Posts Tagged ‘Video Game’


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Been a while hasn’t it? Of course I couldn’t actually play a game I liked, god-FUCKING-forbid that…

Today we’re going to take a look at Spiderman & X-Men: Arcade’s Revenge, a game that I rented around the same time as Time Cop. So obviously quality is assured? And it couldn’t be as bad as Time Cop could it?… the Answer is no it isn’t, but it’s still fucking horrible.

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Our journey continues as we visit Megaton to pick up a couple of quests (and totally didn’t arm a nuclear bomb or anything), before failing at giving someone a present and leaving for the Super-Duper Mart.

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Join us as Rob and I (and our beautiful creation) begin our descent into madness and insanity whilst adventuring across the Washington DC wasteland.

We’re totally playing as the good guy… honest.


NOTE: This is a scene from my LOST: Via Domus review, which I eventually dropped as the game was just… fucking boring.

After what felt like an eternity I finally did it… I finally solved that BLOODY fuse box puzzle.


What with the release of the final Hobbit movie, I thought it would be fun to take a look back at some older games based on the works of J.R.R Tolkien.

Where better to start than the first game to be based on his work. Plus it’s on the ZX Spectrum. Everyone loves a bit of Speccy!

Special thanks to gamemusicparadise for supplying the video footage of a ZX Spectrum loading screen. And thank YOU for watching.

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-Matt

Lost in the Warp Pipe


Now since Rogue Legacy has very recently been released on the Playstation Network I felt it would be a good idea to produce a video that will assist new players in finishing the game.

Well… I say finish…