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The Super Days of NES: “Top Gun” (1987)

(Credit: Nintendo Entertainment)

This game was a head fake. After loading in the cartridge for the first time I was expecting to relive the movie we had all fallen in love with the year prior, but nope.

Once you got through the opening sequences of music and visuals pulled straight out of the movie, the synergy between “Top Gun” the movie and Top Gun the Nintendo Game ended. Alas, you didn’t get to play volleyball with your…

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Billy Hartong

Billy Hartong

Founder of the kid’s music group The Jolly Pops. Unofficial expert on all things that happened in the 1990s. Father of 3 daughters. Proud Minnesotan.