Armored Warriors, also known in Japan as Powered Gear - Strategic Variant Armor Equipment, is an arcade exclusive beat em up released by Capcom in 1994. You play as one of four different mech pilots that much fight in a war between the United World Forces and the Raian Kingdom in the year 2281.
In this episode, we take a look at another Japan-Only Gamecube game developed by Nintendo. In Kururin Squash, the player controls a slowly spinning stick called the Helirin, and must maneuver it through a series of mazes without touching the walls. This game was a sequel to Kururin Paradise for the Gameboy Advance.
Have you ever wanted to be Batman? Well, this game most likely won't make you feel like Batman. This game is based on the 1989 Batman film directed by Tim Burton and starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson. In this game, you follow the story of the game while suffering through a very awkward control scheme.
Zombie's Ate My Neighbors is a very popular top-down shooter for the Super Nintendo. You play as two children who must save their neighbors from a multitude of horror themed enemies such as zombies, killer dolls, chainsaw wielding killers, mummies and much more. In this video, we take a look at the first few levels of the game.
After a short hiatus from arcade videos, we are back! In this episode, we decided to play the fighting game that inspired a generation on fans to keep fighting! That's right, we are going to play the original Marvel vs. Capcom. This game later spawned two sequels as well as later entries in the series like Tatsunoko vs. Capcom and SNK vs. Capcom.
In our final video covering the Hudson Selection series, we take a look at Adventure Island. The Hudson Selection was a series of four games released for the Gamecube and Playstation 2 in Japan that remade classic Hudson games in 3D. This game remakes the original adventure island with 3D visuals. The original Adventure Island was a fast paced platformer game that starred Master Higgins, a man who ventured to Adventure Island in the South Pacific after hearing that the Evil Witch Doctor kidnapped Princess Leilani.
In our third video about the Hudson Selection, we play Bonk's Adventure. The Hudson Selection was a series of four games released for the Gamecube and Playstation 2 in Japan that remade classic Hudson games in 3D. Bonk the caveman was one of the mascots for the Turbografx-16/PC Engine. This remake reimagines the original 8-bit game with beautiful 3D visuals.
This is the second episode in a series of four videos where we take a look at the Hudson Selection series. The Hudson Selection was a series of four games released for the Gamecube and Playstation 2 in Japan that remade classic Hudson games in 3D. In this episode, we take a look at Star Soldier, a space shooter that was remade in 3D for this series.
This is the first episode in a series of four videos where we take a look at the Hudson Selection series. The Hudson Selection was a series of four games released for the Gamecube and Playstation 2 in Japan that remade classic Hudson games in 3D. In this episode, we take a look at Cubic Lode Runner, a 3D version of Hudson's classic puzzle game, Lode Runner.
Have you ever felt true fear? If not, Shadowgate tries to recreate what it would really be like to be lost in a creepy abandoned castle with nothing but your wits to keep you alive. Well, at least as well as you can on the NES. Can we survive and figure out the puzzles that lie ahead?
Ducktales on the NES is one of the most revered games on the original NES. This is true not just because of its catchy theme song but its exceptional gameplay as well! Capcom went ahead and recreated this masterpiece in HD on new generation consoles for a new audience to experience. How does it hold up? Watch and find out.
Rescue: The Embassy Mission (Also known as Hostage: Rescue Mission) is an NES game where you must take a group of operatives on a mission to rescue hostages from a group of terrorists. You must practices stealth tactics, sniping and tactical shooting. Can your men survive on this action filled adventure on the Nintendo Entertainment System?
Have you ever wanted to be a God? Well, in ActRaiser for the Super Nintendo, you do just that! You must defeat demons in side scrolling levels and build up your civilization in levels resembling SimCity. Can we lead our people to a prosperous life?
Nerd Block is a monthly subscription service that sends you a box of nerdy collectibles for $19.99 per month + shipping & handling. In this video, we take a look at the February 2015 edition of Nerd Block.