Gaming news and reviews, straight outta the hood. But the shooting is unfair and the driving is just impossible. The Adventures of Bayou Billy videos - Watch The Adventures of Bayou Billy NES videos, movies, trailers, gameplay clips, video game reviews, interviews and more at IGN I'm a former writer at the website Epinions.com and started this blog as a response to that closing down. The beat ’em up sections are by far my least favorite. In Bayou Billy, it doesn’t seem you can knock enemies down at all unless they’re dead. That might have a lot to do with the fact that he’s being attacked by oncoming traffic and helicopters. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. It’s really difficult to aim either one because the hit detection is once again poor, and its virtually impossible to predict your shot’s trajectory when the road bends. By Larry_Oji, OverClocked ReMix Special guest entry! Write a review, earn rewards! You’re under a strict time limit to reach the goal at the end, and every hazard slows you down. The Castlevania series, Mega Man, Contra, Zelda II, all known for being particularly tough. 5 years ago | 7 views. Unless you take it slow, but then there’s no way you’re going to beat the clock. I just wrote a full review on this game. Excuse any problems, as this review was written in several parts broken up by interludes of head trauma and epilepsy. In the Japanese cover art, he looks almost exactly like Paul Hogan, which is probably why a different artwork was used for the American release. You should check it out.Bayou Billy is actually the game that inspired this article, so I … It’s a frustrating slog. More fun. Next we come to the light-gun sequences. It's all squandered. One day his girlfriend Annabelle Lane is kidnapped by a crime syndicate run by a man named Gordon. Review by Multimedia Mike: Versatile action game set against a Louisiana backdrop Submit a review … I popped in Bayou Billy expecting a relatively high-quality game. And when you start a new game, a digitized voice says, “The Adventures of Bayou Billy!” which was also pretty impressive for its time. Despite consisting mostly of side-scrolling combat stages, THE ADVENTURES OF BAYOU BILLY is cool because it also contains racing and shooting levels. Compared to Mad City, Bayou Billy has tougher, more aggressive enemies including alligators and less ammo on the shooter portions. by Robert L. Bryant on Saturday, January 1, 2005 . My first exposure to Konami’s 1989 release Adventures of Bayou Billy was through the Captain N television series. Find out why Bayou Billy is no Crocodile Dundee here in our review of the Adventures of Bayou Billy. Billy is hardly the tough guy he appears to be. Since it’s a widely accepted fact that when it comes to action games we American gamers are veritable supermen compared to our nerdy,