Lookie what we have here! AC send himself another box of crap from Japan! And he can’t remember the contents, so it must be good! Join AC has he goes through the contents to find he bought… wait… a Famicom modem?? They made those things???
OH NO! Rob’s dead… whatever will AC do!? There’s only one solution to this problem: Zombie Science Kitchen! And to celebrate(?) Rob’s new found unlife, we play Ghost’n Goblins, the devilishly tricky Capcom game! But can Rob go the distance without his craving for brains getting the better of him???
We got a good one for you today! The.. video game sequel… to the film? We don’t know, but hey, this game is actually pretty good! Mainly for the plot…
Shadow Warrior? Ninja Ryukenden? Which is what and what is this? It’ll all become clear as we explain the convoluted history of Ninja Gaiden and play the game itself. AC also loses a hand. Again.
It’s Karnov time! The story goes that he’s a ex-circus performer, chosen by God to… do… something? We don’t really understand. And it turns out Rob isn’t a fan of this game either. Oh well… TOUGH!
The first game based off a rock band? Yes please! Well, until you play it anyway… This game gets it’s comeuppance from AC and Rob as they rip into what should’ve been a good game with a decent soundtrack.
After we dispense with Rob’s nonsense, it’s Bug tte Honey time! Which is based of anime, based of video game based of another video game. Phew, I think I got it all in there… Is it any good? Find out! Also, it’s competition time! Watch to the end to find out the *ahem* details of…
Today AC looks at the fascinating Famicom Disk System! We learn about what it is and why it was only released in Japan. And hey, why not look at some of the original Disk System games too! AC plays Volleyball, Ice Hockey, Metroid, Super Mario Bros. 1 and 2 and 3D Hot Rally!
AC and Rob look at the platformer Wagan Land, only released in Japan for the Famicom! What what’s this? Word puzzles!?! The boys are in trouble now! Only their Silent Benefactor can help them now… Cause we love you so much, have a bonus! AC and Rob manage to get past the tricky second…
AC takes us through the 8-Bit Nintendo Top Loaders: The NES-101 (North America), the NESP-101 (Australia) and the HVP-101 (Japan) We learn the similarities and differences between these interesting 8-Bit late comers including why they were good, why sometimes why they weren’t.