See that last picture above this text? Get used to that screen if you decide to brave the soul crushing NES game, Silver Surfer.
Long have comic fans dreamed of wielding the awesome might of the Power Cosmic, rightfully so as it awe inspiring abilities have thrilled readers of the Silver Surfer comic for many a year. Too bad that the designers of the NES game didn't realize that it might upset fans of the character if he were to be relegated to merely throwing white balls of light and that the Surfer's legendary stamina was brought low by a...duck. Yes, a duck. If you happen to connect with anything in the game as you are flying the Surfer is toppled from his board and you get to start the level over.
For Villains you get to go against the likes of the Emperor of the Skrulls, Firelord (Isn't he a herald of Galactus too?), Mephisto, Reptyl, and the Possessor. Now I really do not know who the Possessor is...I will let you more educated readers in the sequential arts fill us in.
Now these aren't really the worse of bad guys I guess but considering that Galactus at the beginning of the game sends you to combat the evil of the Magik Domain...you have to wonder what they have to do with the realms of Magik. I can kind of see Mephisto rearing his head in all of this but Reptyl?
But wait...there is yet another villain that must be conteded with in your quest...the mastermind of all this threat. That villain would be...Mister Sinister. Now how come the powers at be that created this game decided to use an X-men villain instead of the likes of Thanos is beyond me. Further more what he has to do with the Magik Domain is equally obtuse.
The Silver Surfer NES game has the distinction of being one of the hardest games for that system but that title comes from it being a broken game not in the skill required to play it.