This is the first part of a three-part pilot episode which focuses on the birth of video games. Starting all the way from the middle of the 20th Century to the days of the iconic video game character, Pac-Man.
Proving that the ol' 2600 can manage anything, this port of Kung-Fu Master is about 10,000 times better than it has any right to be. The NES would be releasing this one the following year (1985), and here it is playing well on a system originally released in 1977. The Atari 2600 programmers were doing absolutely amazing things with a system originally released to play Pong variants, while modern developers complain if their system has less shadow rendering RAM and flipabits for shine bobbles than a super computer. Wussies.
A pretty good simulation of what it's like to fight zombies with Kung-Fu. I have no idea why it is so hard to break free from any of the regular "zombie" enemies. I also have no idea why there is no way to use a pattern to beat some of the bosses (charging in is the best strategy I have found). I also have no idea how the Swastikas weren't picked up there in the first level in an American made port.
A Gentleman emerges from the wreckage and is trying to make his life work again. He is back with I the Narrator to give you more entertainment and content! Please subscribe and help this channel grow and become something even more amazing. 33 thanks you for watching and just plain being amazing. You rock audience.
Welcome to the first episode of a new series called Keddragonwolf's Retroplays, in which I play various good and bad retro games from various old game systems. In this first episode, I'll be playing Wrath Of The Black Manta (1990) for the Nintendo NES. Enjoy
It always bugs me when I read some stupid article about how games on tablets and phones have finally made it so "everyone is a gamer now." I hate that because I remember the early systems and I remember that everyone already used to be a gamer. Your Mom, Dad, and sister would take turns playing Atari games like this. Then 35 years later, along comes Angry Birds, which is essentially Human Cannonball version 2.0. Wow millennial. Your smartphone is so amazing. You're doing what Atari did in 1978.
This is me playing various settings on the game. It's pretty good.
Looks like it's time for this year's action packed gaming montage! For the full list of games click "show more." The song used is DANCE WITH THE DEAD's remix of Kickstart My Heart https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGwBYcPQLC8
Originally aired August 17, 2016 This week we dust off one of our favorites to take a look at the third installment of the Thief franchise. How does it hold up after having played the first 2? Find out!
Originally aired August 10, 2016 This weeks lobotomy has us taking a look at a much loved classic, and sequel to The Dark Project. Our infernal host behold it's glory, and kind of goes off the deep end.
Originally aired July 27, 2016 This week we kick off the Thief Marathon with a look at the expanded version of Thief: The Dark Project, Thief: Gold. Can Necro be quiet long enough to sneak passed a guard? Find out!
Originally aired July 6, 2016 This week we take a look back a good old goth classic from White Wolf and Troika. Listen to them, the children of the night. What sweet music they make. I have been informed that the GoG version already contains abasic version of the fan patch and the proceeds go to Wesp5 the developer of the patch! You can get it here: https://www.gog.com/game/vampire_the_masquerade_bloodlines
Originally aired June 15, 2016 This week we take a look at the Heavy Metal inspired indie title, Slain! We take a grim look back at old school Castlevania style coming to us from Wolf Brew Games! Slain on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/369070/
Originally aired June 1, 2016 This week, our host takes a short look at the ongoing concept, of adding a sequel to a game, in a sea of endless sequels. We examine what made the original great, and what made the sequel lacking.
Originally aired May 18, 2016 This week, our sadistic nightmare takes a look at the latest from Bethesda, in the form of a return to Doom. Does it hold up to the hype? Is it the Doom we've been asking for? Why did they remove the 4 from the title? Was it to tie it in to a clever reminder that it's a return to Doom form? Find out!
Originally aired April 26, 2016 We take a look back at Top Cows first in the series based on the comic. Do it's negatives outweigh it's positives? Does it hold up? Are we alone in the universe? And where DO you find those sexy mooseses?
The final night of the Let's play Fatal Frame series. If you like this content, please like this video, share it, and subscribe to the channel for more updated video content.
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Gentleman 33 switches gears and stats shooting the pixelated undead with their own bullets. this game is hard. How hard will 33 get in his first attempt? Watch and find out. Please click subscribe and give us some feedback. We love you audience.