AC and Rob give 2 player mode a go on this classic game for the Mega Drive. We alter our beasts to the point of werewolves AND dragons! Who says we don’t play good games?
Sony got its start in 1946, just after World War II , when Masaru Ibuka founded an electronics store in a bombed-out department store in Tokyo. Among other achievements, they were responsible for building Japan’s very first tape recorder.
In this sophisticated episode of After Dinner AC, I look at 2 of the unlicensed HES cartridges made for the Australian NES: The Total Funpak and the Mindblower Pak.
This time Rob and AC look at 2 games! Kung Fu for the NES and Kung Fu Kid for the Sega Master System! We give both games a go with live, and frank, commentary. Which Kung Fu game will rule which 8 Bit system? Watch and find out!
AC and Rob do the impossible… attempt another sporting game! Not only that, it’s one of only 2 games made in Australia for the NES! We don’t know anything about this sport, but we make up for it with our commentary and control-flailing… So join us as we play Aussie Rules Footy!