Wanna go for a ride? Then hop aboard, as we take Harold on the DKC Mine Kart Challenge!
Haroldvember continues, with Episode 2 of Global Gladiators!
As part of Haroldvember (just made that up), we’re sharing a Game Challenge we did with him, involving the SNES classic, Donkey Kong Country. Great stuff!
Since November is my friend Harold’s birthday month, then Nov. 2016 is going to unofficially be All Harold, All November! And to kick things off, Pt. 1 of one of his favorite games from the early 90s, Global Gladiators on Sega Genesis!
Happy Halloween everybody! No better way to celebrate, than with one of the spookiest, most Halloween-iest games ever made, the Capcom fighting classic Darkstalkers!
Now for something just for fun. I found an 8-bit cover of Michael Jackson’s hit song “Thriller”, so I decided to mess around, and did my best to match up what was there, with the way the music video went (including most of the long interlude part).…
This is it! The final Battle at Monster Mountain! Will we be able to beat the evil Warlock? Or will the world fall under the sway of tiny monsters, forever!?
Since I just noticed this was NES Day here on Skirmish Frogs, I figured I’d share this article again, because why not? It’s always fun to relive my memories of my favorite console of all time! *********************** THE video game console of the 1980s.…
Since I did the soundtrack to an awesome but lesser known monster-themed Konami game, I thought I’d do one for one of their BEST known games as well, and one of the very best game soundtracks of all time!
In the second part of our tiny monster adventure, we discuss who would win in a pissing contest between Aquaman and Nimor. And then we get caught up in a rousing discussion of Tengu, Kappa, and all sorts of delightful creatures! Oh, and I smash some more…
So since I was doing the game playthrough for this Halloween season, I thought I’d also take a crack at my first full game soundtrack video! This game doesn’t just have fun gameplay and nice variety, it also happens to feature one of the best 8-bit music…
Really kicking off the October Halloween Countown, I’d like to present one of my all-time favorite NES games, based on possibly my favorite toy line of all time, Monster in My Pocket! A great Konami game, with a fantastic soundtrack, and naturally…tons of monsters!
In today’s Game Challenge, Reed and I take on the arcade spy classic, Elevator Action!
Moving right along with the Halloween-themed fun, here’s an obscure but unique arcade classic, where you play a ghost, that has to inhabit enemy monsters and use their powers to survive!
So to help kick off the Halloween season, I decided to do a special cross-promotional video with my buddy Josh, who after a long wait, finally was able to finish and bring his new horror film community site, MidnightHorrorShow.com, up and running. We knew we wanted to…
Well, it’s been a long, hard road for Chris, playing Hyperstone Heist for the first time, and he’s Game Over’ed a bit along the way, but he’s here, and it’s time to deal with the final threat: Super Shredder!
Last call for Burger Time! This time around I decide to take a crack at it. Will I be a master Burger Builder? Or will those goddamn hotdogs get me?
Somehow, all paths always lead back to the Technodrome. Here we go again!
Not satisfied with his first run, Reed decided to take a second crack at a childhood favorite of his, Burger Time!
Pizza Monsters, Ninjas, and Boss Rushes, Oh My!
Today’s Game Challenge is a little throwback to an arcade classic, Burger Time! Reed’s up to bat first, and lemme tell ya, this game is damn hard!
Ninjas and funnies galore await, in the third part of our TMNT: Hyperstone Heist adventure!
Time for Part 2 of the our TMNT Hyperstone Heist adventure!
It’s Round 2 of Bust a Move (aka Puzzle Bobble)! Up 1-0, will I get the clean sweep, or will Reed for the Rubber match?
Our buddy Chris joins us for some TMNT: Hyperstone Heist on Sega Genesis! It’s Turtles in Time’s weird cousin.
In today’s Game Challenge, I take on Reed in a Best of Three series, at my favorite puzzle game of all time, Puzzle Bobble aka Bust a Move! Round 1, Fight!
For today’s Retro Solo episode, I take a look at Tumblepop, a 1991 #arcade hit by Data East. It’s kinda like Snow Bros., but with vacuums. Weird as hell, but hella fun.
So having taken part in one or two of the previous “Review a Great Game Day” events, when Eric mentioned there was going to be a “Review a Bad Game Day”, I immediately knew what game I would do an article on if I did this, and knew…
Also, I present to you, the 5th and final part of Harold’s opening RR YT epic, MC Kids: Showdown at Fire Mountain!
Rockets. Meteors. A Professor. And a Voyage to the Moon. Harold’s Quest continues…
We’ve got more Donkey Kong action, as Harold takes a crack at Barrel Madness!
It strikes me that Harold’s MC Kids playthrough, is actually the first (full) NES game on the RR channel. Congrats Harold! The adventure continues, through the Mountains of Madness….or at least Grimace’s mountains. And isn’t that the essence of Madness?
It’s the 35th anniversary of #DonkeyKong, and to celebrate, we’re Game Challenging ourselves to a weird version of the original arcade game! I’m up to bat first, and madness ensues…
So, inspired by both a couple of other people’s similar articles on here today, but also inspired by their likely source, the announcement of Nintendo’s “NES Classic Mini”, coming in November, I am now writing this article, right here on Skirmish Frogs! (cue fanfare). It’s funny, because…
A Magic Man, lost his Magic Bag. And now you have to find his Magic Cards. No worries.
Harold’s OFFICIAL introduction to channel, as he plays his favorite game of all time, Virgin Games’ MC Kids for the NES. *The sound is a bit off on this recording, because it was Harold’s first time, and he can be SUPER quiet (unless he’s pissed).
A look at another cool (but hard) arcade puzzle game, Magical Drop! Not AS cool as Puzzle Bobble, in my opinion, but still pretty rad (yes rad).
New Game Challenge! We decide to see how far Harold can get in Double Dragon on one credit. But he’s Harold.
The final Power Rangers battle ends the way they always do: With some Megazord Action!
Billy broke his power coin. AKA Corey forgot he hadn’t played Billy. Poor Billy.