The P’Radikus Conflict is the most boring game ever

One of my more shameful habits is collecting Color Dreams games. These ghastly and unlicensed abominations haunt the memories of most children who had to game on a budget in the late ’80s to early ’90s. Color Dreams proper produced a handful of truly dreadful games like Baby Boomer and Tagin’ Dragon before splitting off into Bunch Games (a budget developer) and Wisdom Tree (made games based on the Bible.)

Today I stumbled across a Color Dreams game I’ve never heard of. The P’Radikus Conflict exacerbates its cheapness by dabbling in space sim mechanics. I should point out that it was for the NES and not the PC, where that type of game was gaining a considerable amount of ground in the early ’90s.

P’Radikus flaunts its aspirations like a spangly prostitute, but we know just how broken down it is beneath those layers. It also has absolutely no soundtrack save the random bars of a public-domain song thrown on at the beginning.

Here. Watch a full seven minutes of this entertainment disaster. If you dare….


About Jasmine Maleficent Rea

Jasmine is a writer, journalist, amateur chef, and general nerd. She loves Iron Man, Star Trek, and Dragon Quest to scary degrees and has been known to drink a bit of wine. She's also a semi-recovering game journalist.
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