Here in this old video I (Joey) talk about images from the new TMNT series, before it came out, and why they are controversial, what I think looks good and bad, the history of the TMNT in general and how this series might relate to past versions.
So feel free to listen to me ramble and stumble to find the right words to describe what appears to be happening with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
In the second episode of Ninja Steve (which may or may not take place before the first episode) the squeaky voiced champion of Capital City needs to do his weekly laundry. But even a humble task such as this may contain hidden dangers!
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In a shocking announcement, celebrity Twitch streamer Ninja (Tyler Blevins) announced he was leaving the internet's #1 streaming platform for the Microsoft-owned rival Mixer. What does this mean for Ninja's career and the future of video game streaming? Could Ninja have just made the biggest mistake of his life? We analyze his surprise move in this video.
Christie (Dickey), a telephone linewoman and aerobics instructor, is possessed by the evil spirit of a fallen ninja when coming to his aid. The spirit uses her body to carry out his revenge on the police officers who killed him. One of them is Billy (Bennett), who catches Christie's eye yet cannot explain her preoccupation with Japanese culture nor help her with her sudden blackouts. Out of options, they turn to a Japanese exorcist (Hong), who manages to summon the ninja within her. The exorcist reveals he cannot force the spirit out of Christie, but that "only a ninja can destroy a ninja". Christie and Billy are forced to seek the aid of Yamada (Kosugi), a ninja hunting the assassin within her for killing his people. The three force the ninja out in a dangerous gambit that results in the spirit repossessing his own dead body and fighting Yamada to the true end, finally freeing all three of the curse of the ninja.
Continuing with Sega's 59th birthday celebration, here's the level 4 track found on the genre defining platformer Shinobi, first released in arcades and later ported to home systems like the Sega Master System.
Sebuchan reviews the G-Fuel Flavor "Blue Ice" in this action-packed kung-fu video.
Actual Review: Taste like Blue-raspberry
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As one of the best selling computers of all-time, the Commodore 64 found it's way into many homes across the planet, perhaps serving more as a complex game system more than a home or business operations machine. One of the most recognizable titles to grace the system was The Last Ninja. Here's the track from the Wastelands, presented in SID Stereo.
Ninja Fav, a service where you can order personalized birthday messages from your favorite ninjas, would be very good for both sides of the Ninja Community, those allowed on ANW and those who aren't, and specifically the kids who would want a message like this. there is one problem about Ninja Fav .com that makes it only good for the Ninjas that were allowed on the show and became famous because of that, it is grossly over priced. It costs $80. what the hell? I don't personally want a message like this and I probably will be banned from receiving such messages after this video but I bet you do and unless you are rich this is a waste of money and in this video I prove it.
And to Mike Cook or Grant McCartney, whichever one of you two is in charge of this, I understand that you need to make a profit but the amount of money and time you would have to put into making this service could not possibly warrant $80. besides actually getting the ninjas to get on board with this I could have set it up for free the exact same way you did besides the $1 you would need to register the domain and then also the shirts that you made. by the way those are cool and I recommend you sell them.