Remember when Brasel did a thing for us last week? Well, he turned it into a video! Enjoy!
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Everyone has a game or game series that makes their skin crawl, be it Resident Evil, Silent Hill, or any number of very easily defined “horror” games. I’m not much for the horror genre. I’ve never really been a fan of scary movies or spooky stories. While I’ve enjoyed the odd horror game, they have never been and will likely never be a staple in my normal gaming routine. There is one exception to this: The Castlevania series.
It’s the first of three videos that are part of this year’s 31 Days of Horror Games! Roger’s tying this one into the recently ended Super Summer and talking about Majyuuou, a little-known horror-themed side-scroller for the Super Famicom!
The Super Summer ends with a wonderful arcade game that saw ports to both the SNES and Genesis. Which comes out on top? Well, the series is about the SNES, so… you can probably figure it out. And big ups to Kurt, Anthony and Mike who played the arcade game with me to get the 4-player footage.
Yesterday was the Super NES’ 25th birthday here in the US, so Roger’s got five reasons to own one in celebration!
Roger is back with a look at a River City Ransom sequel we never got in the US!
The Super Summer continues with Super Double Dragon! Did you know the Super Famicom version has a bunch of refinements? You will now!
Roger makes his first entry to the Super Summer with little-known SNES Strider clone, Run Saber!
The SUPER SUMMER has kicked off! And to begin, we’re looking at the final licensed game on the NES: Wario’s Woods! Truth be told, it’s kind of a middling puzzler, but it’s great for showing off the differences between what the NES can do and what the SNES can do.
Spider-Man returns to the big screen! So do the X-Men! How do I do a tie-in episode? With Spider-Man and the X-Men!
I got some Nintendo Power cartridges from the folks at Stone Age Gamer while at TooManyGames! I provide a little history on what they are and take a look at what came on them!
Hey! It’s new Same Name, Different Game! One of the longest ever and featuring Eric Grider of Game vs. Game! I’m really proud of this episode, so I hope you all dig it!
Hit the jump for part two from Eric’s channel!
This went up on YouTube last night, but I didn’t get a chance to post here until now. So, apologies for that, but enjoy it as Joey Pink takes on Capcom’s classic 16-bit grappler!
Joe and Eric get together with guests Ethan Cheng, Nick Rycar and Jeremy Signor to talk about the history of WWF games, starting with Microleague Wrestling all the way up through the Smackdown vs. Raw series. Madness ensues! Much shorter than last year’s Wrestlemania podcast!
In honor of MTV bringing “Beavis and Butt-Head” back to the air, I’m taking on the 16-bit games that came out during their original run!
If you listened to our SNES Draft, you know that I like Demon’s Crest. You also know that it’s a game not many people played at the time, or even afterwards, which is why I knew I could leave it until my last pick and no one would pick it. That is a damn shame, because Demon’s Crest is one of the finest games of the 16-bit era. It is really and truly one of my top five SNES games, and almost certainly one of my Top Twenty Games of All-Time. In fact, my current desktop on my work PC is a Demon’s Crest one. And, lucky us, it’s a horror themed game.
This month, Joe takes on the 16-bit classics inspired by Disney’s Aladdin!
This month, I look at Mortal Kombat for the SNES and Genesis/Mega Drive!