Anyone who knows me, knows I’m really into comic books, specifically classic comics, especially X-Men comics! So Big Jay, a fellow comic aficionado, joins me to play the X-Men arcade game, as we shop about comics, and reminisce about our favorite X-Men memories!
The end of our Treasure Land Adventure is here, and wouldn’t you know it, the quest took us to…THE MOON! It always comes back to Ancient Aliens, doesn’t it? Will Ronald find the treasure, or will Harold forget to protect his McNuggets?
GameRaveTV’s Patreon members got polled to ask what 5 games they would tell their friends to play. We took the most popular answers and present them here.
My buddy Eric Grider of Game vs. Game and I went down to Chicago over Midwest Gaming Classic weekend and checked out the Galloping Ghost Arcade. While we were there, we hunted down ten games that never left arcades! Try to play them at YOUR local arcade!
The only thing Harold (apparently) has more trouble with than train levels…are maze-like pirate ship levels. The Treasure Land Adventure continues!
Hey, look! There’s a movie out! So I guess I should cover the games, since it seems like the film is aimed at people born after the game came out! Here, I look at the arcade original, NES and SMS versions!
I always get asked how to get better audio quality when making videos on YouTube, and while there’s no hard or fast rule to making your videos sound as good as they look, I think I have a pretty versatile setup that works for me – So this…
In response to the new Rampage movie, starring Dwayne ‘The Rock” Johnson, I am taking a good look at two of the home ports of the arcade classic Rampage. Starting with the original Nintendo Entertainment System port, we take a look at all the giant monster city destroying…
The Treasure Land Adventure continues in Pt. 2, as Harold runs into his old nemesis from the Cool Spot playthrough…the villainous entity known as the TRAIN LEVEL!
This is part 2 of the Zelda Randomizer video series. In this episode, I manage to make a fair bit more progress, locate another dungeon, get a piece of the triforce and locate the much needed ladder! Zelda Randomizer is an application that you can download to create your own…
Harold’s back to continue his McDonald’s journey, and this time Ronald himself, is after a mysterious treasure, in McDonald’s Treasure Land Adventure!
There are some licensed video games that just don’t seem to have any real merit. Games based on things that clearly didn’t need a licensed product, licensed games that clearly misunderstand their licence – Or licensed games that are just plain old rubbish!
The PlayStation was a system of many firsts. This first part of the “Firsts” Subset Collection tackles games that did something first on the PlayStaton…or in the industry.
Giant monsters smashing buildings is never NOT cool (unless it’s happening to you). Reed and I play both the classic Rampage arcade game, as well as the 90s sequel “World Tour”!
In the first part of this video series, I am playing Legend of Zelda using the Zelda Randomizer. Zelda Randomizer is an application that you can download to create your own randomized Legend of Zelda NES roms. The number of things you can randomize is huge and can include…
The GamesMaster TV Show was a British gaming show on Channel 4 that ran for 7 series (seasons for you American folk), and was must-see television for anyone interested in video games, where the video gaming public would compete for the sacred GamesMaster Golden Joystick. ..And I auditioned…
The dinosaur adventure continues, as we try to save the world in Prehistoric Isle, Part 2!
In this video, I am playing StarTropics for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) for the first time ever! I was able to make it past the first main boss (the octopus) in Chapter 3. StarTropics is a top down action adventure game that was released in North America…
Jason spends 4 minutes reviewing a 10 minute game – a really fun 10 minute game.
In the spirit of Saturday Morning Cartoons, here is a game inspired by that classic super-hero-y-ness. And this is the epic, heroic title theme, for Flying Warriors on the NES!
The latest 8bitdo SNES controller is a versatile piece of kit that can be used with multiple systems. Available in both SN30 Pro and SF30 Pro forms, this SNES controller review takes a look at 8bitdo’s Bluetooth controller that’s designed to look exactly like the classic SNES controller.
Do ya like Dinosaurs? Do you like planes and explosions? Do you like classic arcade shootin games? Do you like games where you BLOW UP dinosaurs? Well then this is right up your alley!
Wrestlemania is a week from today, so you know what that means. Joey Pink has returned once again to cover some grappling games for Same Name, Different Game. And this time, we’re running down one of the greatest game series in wrestling and gaming history: Fire Pro Wrestling.
There must be some good video game movies, right? They get a bad rep, and that’s mostly justified – But they can’t all be bad? This week, I’m chatting about some movies based on video games that I actually enjoy watching, and why.
So last but certainly not least, even though I had previously already gotten to World 4, I decide to take a second crack at the Super Mario Bros. Challenge myself. Can I top my old “one life” record? Guess we’ll have to find out.
Welcome to my Yoshi’s Safari review, part of my quest to review every single Super Scope game. Mario’s taking drastic measures against the Koopas in this Super Nintendo light gun game, and with Yoshi as his steed, ruthlessly users his own Super Scope to dispatch justice.
The journey is winding down, and as we sail towards the end, we have to traverse the Orange Ocean! An entire OCEAN, made of orange. Crazy.
Finally… The Roger… HAS COME BACK… to Five Reasons. And for this year’s Five Reasons Wrestlemania Special, The Roger says these are five interesting wrestling games on the Japanese Super NES.
Kayde made me do it! This week week we drop anchor on one of the five Barbie games available on PlayStation. Detective Barbie: The Mystery Cruise is a 2000 year release with the focus on using fingerprints to track down a random culprit. Subscribe and Join the Fun!…
William decided that he hated his first Super Mario Bros. Challenge run. So he demanded a Redemption Run, and I decided to allow it, for sheer entertainment value. Will he beat Harold’s run, or will he fall flat on his face?
This week, I recall the games I regret buying. These are the gaming purchases that make me wince every time I think about them. These purchasing regrets are a blight on my overwise excellent decision-making abilities, and I’m going to be sharing my experiences with you lot! I’d…
You know what Kirby’s favorite king of yogurt is? The kind with hot lava and deadly spikes in it, of course!
Commando for the NES is a classic run and gun style game that was developed and released by Capcom in 1985. It was originally titled Senjō no Ōkami and was released on numerous platforms, including arcade, Atari, Intellivision and various other home consoles. The game would show up again in…
Commando Brando decided to take a crack at Super Mario Bros. Challenge. Will he do better than his old friends, The Brothers (Harold and William), or will they get to make fun of him for life?
A fantastic text based detective game gets its chance to shine in the latest episode of Pause Mode.
We now venture to the Grape Gardens, which on the surface, sound like a very peaceful place. But don’t be fooled! All kinds of dangers await, including….ANCIENT ALIENS!
Tiny Toon Adventures for the NES is a action platformer that was developed and published by Konami in 1991. It is based on the cartoon series Tiny Toon Adventures, which ran from about 1990-1992. Tiny Toon Adventures was an off shoot of the Looney Toons cartoons and was centered…
The Oregon Trail is a game many of us grew up playing. They haven’t really ported the classic to home consoles so our memories were mostly reserved for when we played it at school. We can relive those magical days with this new portable, hand-held version of The…
I spotted this at Walmart the other day. It’s Megaman 2, how bad can it be?! Well, the short answer is: very.
Roger is back with another installment of Five Reasons, and this time he’s looking at the Master System that still doesn’t quite fit into your pocket, the Game Gear!