Mega Man, Crash Bandicoot, And Gex

Why is that ’90s and 2000s fashion coming back as a new trend is so utterly distressing to those of us that were there, but ’90s and ’00s video game aesthetics resurfacing is a good thing? We don’t have answers for you, but we do have Frogun, a charmingly goofy action-platformer game that combines elements of pretty much every action-platformer between 1985 and 2005.
Whether you were a Banjo Kazooie gal, a Crash Bandicoot lad, or a connoisseur of Mega Mans, Frogun will no doubt grab you by the heartstrings and pull, thanks to its combination of low-poly art with pixel textures and its beepity-boopity 16-bit music.