Beyond Good & Evil HD Review – Is Michael Ancel’s Cult Classic Still Worth Playing?

With a Beyond Good & Evil 2 trailer finally being released during this year’s E3, I thought it would be good to finally get around to playing the original game and seeing what the fuss is about.

In this Beyond Good & Evil review, I see if over a decade on, this is a game still worth playing!

– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
🎮 Thanks for watching! 🎮

👾 It only takes a second to SUBSCRIBE and be notified when my weekly videos are released: https://www.youtube.com/c/pughoofgaming?subconfirmation=1

👾 If you enjoyed this video, why not consider supporting me via PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/pughoofgaming

👾 You can see a full transcription of all of my videos on the Pug Hoof Gaming WEBSITE: http://www.pughoofgaming.com

👾 Why not follow me on TWITTER and get all sorts of updates and discussions: http://www.twitter.com/pughoofgaming

👾 See exclusive photos and videos over on the Pug Hoof Gaming INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/pughoofgaming

👾 Finally, you can also Like the Pug Hoof Gaming FACEBOOK page: http://www.facebook.com/pughoofgaming

Starfox (SNES) – How To Find The Secret Warps: The Black Hole & Out Of This Dimension

The Black Hole & Out Of This Dimension are the two hidden levels in Starfox (SNES), and you have to jump through some pretty weird hoops to be able to reach them – But it’s worth it.

Accessible via the Level 1 Asteroid Field, The Awesome Black Hole is a handy warp that can take you to areas much further in the game, while Out of This Dimension, reachable from Level 3’s Asteroid Belt is a weird and surreal area that is more like a mini-game than an actual level.

Needless to say, Fox and the Star Fox crew are going to need to keep cool heads on this mission!

Footage captured in glorious 1080p60 using an original system, connected via RGB cables to a Framemeister upscaling unit and captured through an Elgato Game Capture HD60 unit.

Starfox Review (1993, SNES) – Super FX Review

Introducing the first of many reviews of games with the Super FX chip inside is my Starfox review. This Super Nintendo game wowed the world with its extensive use of the legendary Super FX chip (occasionally known as the MARIO chip), allowing for polygonal graphics that were never before seen on the system.

Co-developed between Argonaut Software and Nintendo, Star Fox (or Starwing as it was known in Europe), find out if this unique space shooter was more than just a pretty face. It’s time to do a Barrel Roll for the very first time…again!

Sonic 2 Review (1992, SEGA Mega Drive/SEGA Genesis)

Sonic The Hedgehog is a series that defined the SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis, with it’s blazing fast gameplay and a marketable character with oodles of attitude.

Released on Sonic Twosday, this was the game that took Sonic to the next level, offering improvements on the original in every single way. In this Sonic The Hedgehog 2 review, I see how this platformer holds up today!

Mega Man X Review (SNES)

In this Mega Man X review, see if the Blue bomber’s 16-bit debut is an evolution of the classic NES games, or a digital abomination. Capcom’s series has seen many, many instalments over the years – Is this one of the good ones?

The DEFINITIVE Hori Super Game Boy Commander Guide

And so, I finish my gigantic look at the Super Game Boy, and Super Game Boy 2 with a look at the Hori Super Game Boy Commander – A pad made my Hori that was created to accompany the Super Gameboy and Super Gameboy 2.

Another Japan exclusive, not only does this controller function as a normal Super Nintendo controller, but when used with the Super Game Boy is enables features and functionality that cannot be accessed in any other way.

See the entire series, right here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2jQWW57Iwe4kKTvwQ4KiTcQlrYoSZIna

The DEFINITIVE Super Game Boy Guide – Part 2/3: The Super Game Boy 2 – A Complete Review & Analysis

In part two of my definitive guide to the Super Game Boy, we’re taking a look at the Super Game Boy 2 – A Japanese-exclusive version of the Super Nintendo peripheral that took the existing Super Game Boy and amped it up with a ton of useful new features, and a generally more authentic Game Boy experience overall.

Find out all of the Super Game Boy 2’s cheat codes, new features, and even a detailed comparison between both versions of the Super Game Boy, and an original DMG Game Boy!

Part 3 will be focusing on the Hori-made controller, specifically designed for use with the Super Game Boy 1 & 2!

All footage was captured using a PAL Super Nintendo Entertainment System, modified to output an NTSC 60Hz signal. While both a PAL and NTSC Super Game Boy are featured in this video, all footage was captured using an NTSC Super Game Boy. The SNES was connected to a XRGB-Mini Framemeister Upscaler unit through RGB SCART cables, all captured through an Elgato HD60 unit.