Remember, folks. Contra spelled backwards is artnoc. Contra: Hard Corps for the Genesis.
I learned something while recording this Go Round of The Lone Ranger for the NES. If the Go Round crew had to survive in the old west, we wouldn’t. I bet you’ll come to the same conclusion after watching this.
Want to see an animal fly around in a jet pack while wearing armor? Then watch this video of us playing Rocket Knight Adventures for the Genesis.
This week we test our mutant abilities as we play X-Men, the 1992 arcade classic. Just as the game is mildly controlled chaos, so is this video. We yell at each other, insult each others’ characters and laugh hysterically. Remember, folks, nothing hurts The Blob.
Honestly, I was working. It’s a long story but I was actually searching through workout sites for engineering purposes. During the process I found this. These kids seem to be having a blast. Of course they are, as they are supposedly playing DDR. I guess Konami made a classroom bundle when we weren’t looking. I wonder which kid looks at which track? So many questions…
We have been on a bit of a Yu-Gi-Oh! kick lately. So, now you can watch as I play Duel Monsters for the first time in over a year. I remember how to play, I remember what some of the cards do, but I have no idea what cards are in the deck I get. How do I put this? This battle has its ups and downs, just like Yu-Gi-Oh! Remember to believe in the heart of the cards as you watch this week’s Go Round of Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Eternal Duelist Soul for the GBA.
How many roads must a zombie walk down before you can call him a zombie? How many seas must a white ghost sail before she sleeps in the sand? How many times must the vampires fly before they are forever banned? The answer my friend, is Medusa in the wind. The answer’s Medusa in the wind. Go Round of Castlevania. Happy Halloween, everybody!
Go for the bronze with this week’s Go Round of Nagano Winter Olympics ’98 for the N64. Most people say go for the gold, but I don’t want to put unwanted pressure on y’all. Life is hard enough without some goober on the internet telling you want to do. You know what? Do whatever you want. Pay no attention to the man behind the keyboard.
Konami had hoped to get the newest 3DS Castlevania game out onto store shelves later this year. Today the company announced they will be delaying the game, for unspecified reasons, until sometime in 2013. The game, which stars Trevor Belmont, saw mixed reaction at E3. I’m interested in checking it out. I love sidescrolling Castlevania games. Looks like my vampire and ghost fix will be filled in 2013.