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Tag Archives: Capcom
I do a short review of this not-so hidden gem for the NES. It’s a pretty good game for the price you can pick it up. I recorded my audio in a different location this time, and I don’t think … Continue reading
I review Mega Man 8, originally released on the PlayStation. This was a major project for me, and a huge learning experience. I messed around a lot with the presentation of my reviews, and added in some trivia. I’d like … Continue reading
We sit back with Rewind Mike and talk classic Konami and Capcom stories and his tributes for his YouTube channel. We then dovetail into talking about what other companies we want tributes for. We then talk about the special Crisis … Continue reading
This video was originally released on May 16, 2015. My editing has come a long way since releasing this video initially, but it’s still fun to see the differences between the NES and Arcade versions of Legendary Wings.
Holy Beardless Brasel, Batman! Mega Man 7 is the only entry into the ORIGINAL Mega Man series that was released on the SNES in North America. It was original released on May 30, 2015. As an older video, it’s a … Continue reading
Ahhhh Capcom, in the 90’s they really knew how to make a game that people would enjoy. They were a household name, we ALL knew that purple box, and with it came hours of joy and frustration. There were so … Continue reading