Ghosts 'n Goblins

Ghosts 'n Goblins

1986

System
NES
Publisher
Capcom
Developer
Micronics

6.6

Game Rating

User Ratings: 308

Our Review: 7/10

Ghosts 'n Goblins News

December2020

  • Feature The Haunting History Of Capcom's Ghosts 'n Goblins Series

    From ghosts to glory, and all that's inbetween

    Capcom is keen to keep its classic properties in the limelight, as evidenced by regular compilations of popular titles like Street Fighter and Mega Man. Along with the announcement of Capcom Arcade Stadium, the company also revealed a resurrection of one of its oldest properties with a new en

February2020

  • Poll Box Art Brawl #31 - Ghosts 'n Goblins

    Malarkey about goblins, spooks, and demons

    Welcome one and all to Box Art Brawl, the ongoing series where we dig up old game box art, compare regional variants and vote for the best before flinging them back where they came from. Last week Quest 64 took on its counterparts across the globe in a bout which saw the European variant triumph over its...

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  • Feature Classic Gaming Typos, Errors and Translations

    Conglaturations for reading this

    Earlier this week there was a great deal of chortling at a minor grammatical error in New Super Mario Bros. 2, with the initial Coin Rush notification being the offending screen; many of us actually missed it in our eagerness to play the mode itself. There's also a bit of a grammatical slip-up in the North American...

October2008

  • News EU VC Update: NES Halloween Trio

    This week's update falls right on Halloween - Nintendo of Europe would be fools not to take advantage of this! Thankfully they are aware of it - All three games released today have a horror theme.

    Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse is the final NES installment of the Castlevania series. After the rather mediocre Castlevania II: Simon's Quest, Konami...

December2007

  • News US VC Releases - 10th December - Pokemon Snap

    The first Pokemon game hits VC in the US today! It's the strange but fun Pokemon Snap for Nintendo 64, where instead of capturing Pokemon in Pokeballs, you capture them on film. The game itself is good fun, but as an overall package it is a bit lacking. Still, if you're a Pokemon fan, better make do with this, because this will most likely be one of extremely few Pokemon titles to come to VC (We think the only other one will be Pokemon Puzzle League). Another thing worth considering is that this version of Pokemon Snap has a VC-exclusive feature!

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