"August thirty first. Session 5. I just barely escaped it. It flew. Hunched over, yet it flew. It grabbed me a few times. My nerves both burned and froze each time. I never felt anything like it. I don't ever want to feel it again. Did my brother-"
Coming very soon.
Join Johnny as he takes the cruise ship from hell!
Vacationers wanted cocktails and the ocean air. What they got was infection and death!
It's up to Bruce McGivern to give them the R&R they really need!
"August twenty ninth. Session 4. I've seen my brother, but a terrible apparition crawled towards me before I could catch him. There's another woman I've seen from the research group as well, but...Mafuyu... "
Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom was released by Capcom in 1993. Tower of Doom was a beat em up game that combined the gameplay of games like Golden Axe with light RPG elements such as a level-up system and the ability to equip weapons and spells. In 1996, Capcom released a sequel to Tower of Doom called Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow Over Mystara. Both were released on a disc for the Sega Saturn called the Dungeons & Dragons Collection.
Just a few rambling words about a fantastic horror game series, and a call to arms for an international release of Fatal Frame 5: the Black Haired Shrine Maiden currently only slated for a Japanese release.
King of the Monsters is a co-op beat em up style game that was released in 1991 by SNK Playmore. This game mimics wrestling games but replaces fighters with knock offs of popular kaiju monsters of the era such as Godzilla, King Kong and Ultraman.
X-Men is an arcade game that was released in 1992 by Konami. It was later ported to Playstation Network and Xbox Live Arcade in 2010. This game was based on the 1989 Pilot of the original X-Men cartoon. This game featured Wolverine, Cyclops, Colossus, Storm, Nightcrawler and Dazzler as playable characters. Some of the arcade cabinets for this game even allowed up to six players at one time.
In this week's episode, Shawn and Rob review Megaman: The Power Battle. Capcom released this game into Japanese arcades in 1995. It did not make it to the US until 2006 in the Megaman Anniversary Collection for Gamecube, Playstation 2 and Xbox. Instead of a platformer, this version of Megaman played a lot more like a fighting game. Watch our video to hear our thoughts!