Trojan (NES)

Trojan (NES)

Trojan has been consistent thorn in our sides since the beginning of Bit Seizure, and now FINALLY we’ve got it recorded for you viewing pleasure! And because we hate ourselves…Join AC and Rob as we give this game the serve it deserves with our live commentary and mad Trojan skillz (this is a lie) Actually,…

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A Brief History of Nintendo

The Japanese company Nintendo is a little older than a lot of people expect. It was actually founded in 1889 under the name Nintendo Koppai, and produced playing cards called Hanafuda (which translates to ‘Flower Cards’). Hanafuda were substitutes for European playing cards, which were banned when Japan closed its borders in the 17th century.…

Smash TV (NES) – BONUS!

Smash TV (NES) – BONUS!

A BONUS VIDEO?!? That’s right, we care that much! We died too early in the Give-it-a-Go video, so we did an impromptu Play-to-Win! We give our live commentary throughout these awesome videos! Can Rob reach the last (or first) Boss? Can AC stay alive for even half as long as Rob? Find out!

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A Brief History of Microsoft and the Xbox

Microsoft was started in April of 1975 by William Henry “Bill” Gates III and Paul Allen. The company, which is still the largest software producer in the world, started its domination of the PC operating system market with MS DOS in the early 1980s. However, Microsoft actually started out developing BASIC interpreters for the Altair…

Smash TV (NES)

Smash TV (NES)

“I’d buy that for a dollar!” Actually, this game cost a little more, but it was worth it! Join AC and Rob as they give this cult classic a go on the NES. A game based off the idea of a murderous game show? You know we’re in for some of that! Think we died…

Moria (PC)

Moria (PC)

Moria is a classic roguelike PC game from the early 1980s. Join Rob as he heroically slays lepers and street urchins in the town level, then enters the dungeon and runs like a little baby from a large black snake (no innuendo intended). If you’re interested in playing Moria you can find a copy at http://www-math.bgsu.edu/~grabine/moria.html