The dog days of summer continue on, hotter than ever, and the action heats up for us, as we cause more things to explode!
We’re deep into the dog days of summer, so what better time to roll out some Top Gunning action, with the Neo Geo arcade classic, Aerofighters 2!
I’m back once again to continue to struggle with this freaking dark world forest dungeon I really am not a fan of this one lol. so let’s see how I do in todays adventure and if I can overcome the insanity before the insanity takes over me lol.
And now for Pt. 2 of the Space Invasion! After surviving deadly breakfast food and a Crab Dancing Girl, we have to contend with haunted castles and adorable Death Stars!
The 3rd dungeon begins man here comes the rage I know it. I can feel it deep down in my soul it is slowly festering as i prepare for this dungeon i’m telling you guys I hate this dungeon lol its going to have me going crazy up…
It’s time to stomp out on Super Metroid I finally got the grappling hook, now we are really gonna start rolling and killing stuff.
After I test-ran the game as a “Game Challenge” episode, my friend Reed and I were convinced that Space Invaders ’95, a lesser known arcade game, was weird enough, and fun enough, that we needed to make a whole playthrough of it. So here it is, Part…
The third dungeon has been found and it is now time to save the next maiden and stomp evils butt, sadly this is the dungeon i cant stand lol. now its time to get mad dealing with this dumb dropping hand and stop this evil moth monster lol
It’s time to rock out on Super Mario World with my brotha RBG RandomBlackGamer as he thinks hes good enough to show me up on my own channel only to be left in the dust lmao.
As the conspiracy deepens, Harold finds himself stuck on a train whose only destination…is Madness!
Now the stuff officially hits the fan. Life in the 90s was no joke. Especially in the Big City, with all sorts of hoodlums and jerkass dogs, throwing trash and things at you at every single turn. The game turns into an almost unreasonable obstacle course, and…
Haunted forests are some serious stuff. Giant bees, annoying bats, spooky trees, and even an evil cave!
Just in time for Wrestlemania Weekend, in the interest of fairness, I take the “Wrestlemania Arcade” challenge myself, and since Corey already played my FAVORITE wrestler, The Undertaker, I play my SECOND fav. wrestler of all time, Bret “The Hitman” Hart. *SPOILER* The trick was, after we…
Part 2 of Tiny Toons is live, and even though Corey is distracting me with ridiculous (and gross) talk, the game is already starting to get a bit…loony.
The mediocrity continues, as Big Jay takes his turn at Midway’s Wrestlemania arcade classic. He decides to play the Narcissist himself, Lex Luger, and see if the power or Red, White and Blue can take him to greatness!
Well now, it’s time to share a little something different. Ever try to play a game when you really aren’t in the mood, or not fully in the right mindframe to be playing it? Well, that’s what happened with this, one of the earlier Youtube game playthroughs.…
The true Final Fight is about to begin! Will Haggar and Co. win the day?
Last Chance! It’s come down to Corey vs. Ivan, and this time…it’s personal!
So over on Retro Revelations, early last year, I decided to undertake a ginormous project entitled “Best of the Best: 20 Years in Life and Entertainment”. It was my attempt to outdo the simple “Best of the Year” type stuff that many people do, and in typical Me…
Emboldened by his victory over the first Mega Man arcade game, Reed sees if lightning will strike twice with it’s sequel, The Power Fighters!
The Mega Man 2 adventure continues. And Quick Man’s stage is some serious business.
The epic finale of William’s Kirby’s Dreamland adventure is here. It’s time for a boss rush, before he faces off with the big man himself, King Dedede!
The Yuletide Game Boy adventure continues, as William comes to grips with Kirby turning into a Shoot Em’ Up! Will he survive? Tune in to find out!
In celebration of my favorite season, I play one of my favorite arcade games of all time: Killer Instinct 2!
Wrapping up “Haroldvember”, I present to you, the ORIGINAL Game Challenge!
Firstly, a confession. *drumroll* I’m not a PC Gamer. Before I hear the sounds of people Alt+F4’ing the page en-masse and breathe a sigh of disappointment or even perhaps a judgemental tut, there are reasons for this – reasons that I may not expect everyone to understand but…
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!
It’s become an annual ambition for a lot of folks who enjoy the creative aspect of providing content to the retro gaming community. Every Halloween, a very large handful of gamers and people alike celebrate the month of October and the pending holiday through a variety of avenues,…
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…
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!
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.
Also, I present to you, the 5th and final part of Harold’s opening RR YT epic, MC Kids: Showdown at Fire Mountain!
What gamers today don’t struggle with are instructions. Most every game that has been developed since the debut of the Playstation and Playstation 2 has had some type of tutorial stage that holds a player’s hand and helps them learn the mechanics of the game. Little do they…