The lights are on
Whenever I've stumbled into the Saturn section of the Game Informer Vault, my eye always tends to catch the box for Mr. Bones. I've pulled it out on many occasions, wondering what the hell this game with a guitar-playing skeleton would be like. Thanks to this week's Replay, I have to wonder no more.
Watch below to see Andrew Reiner, Tim Turi, Jeff Cork, and myself take on the quirky Saturn platformer.
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Mausoleum: the most evil game of paddycake.
Mr. Bones was a fun replay to watch, although the game looked pretty unwieldy. Thanks GI Gents!
Talk about a wild ride.
Mr Bones super replaaayyyy ...
Very interesting episode of Replay this week. Mr. Bones is, well, quite a game haha.
I didn't know Geoff Peterson had his own video game.
The soundtrack was done by the late/great guitarist Ronnie Montrose. The music alone is worth the purchase.
The ending of Mr. Bones is fantastic.
I've always been curious about Mr. Bones. It looks like a pretty bad game, but one that would make for a great Super Replay. ;)
Astral's art style isn't great. I've never heard of it before this video, and I can sort of see why.
The 3D controller can switch between the D-pad and stick, but can only use one at a time. There's a switch on the controller. I think that final level might be much easier with analog.
Also reset is A+B+C+Start for every Saturn game.
That guitar solo killed me.
A skeleton that rocks out on the guitar and drums... sounds awesome
Im with Dan the soundtrack is pretty good
Lol. What a bad game.........lol