Tag Archives: Arcade
What better to follow our Double Dragon II episode than with the Godfather of Beat’em Ups! We concentrate mainly on the NES and Famicom ports, but also go into the Arcade and Sega Master System versions a bit as well… … Continue reading
We knew from the beginning that this time would eventually come and it’s finally here…Smash TV time that is!!!
VGBS is Live at ReplayFX in Pittsburgh, PA.
Kyle and Jeff go over their entire weekend of madness in detail at Midwest Gaming Classic. From the partying to the games, it’s all here! Do we find anything to buy from the seller tent? Let’s find out…
The racing isn’t really your typical racing sim with tight controls, rather, it knows what it is and dives head first in the loose feel matching the best arcade racers!
There I was, scrolling through my list of Genesis roms, completely bored out of my mind.. and saw I the name “Hercules”. I decided to give it a shot, damn well knowing it was going to be a horrible bootleg, … Continue reading
This video was originally released on May 16, 2015. My editing has come a long way since releasing this video initially, but it’s still fun to see the differences between the NES and Arcade versions of Legendary Wings.
BS Homework is back and this time it is Chiki Chiki Boys for the Sega Genesis. How does the game hold up and do we go down the river as usual? This is VGBS!
VGBS goes Live at A Video Game Room Expo in Chicago, IL. This is a live panel with the arcade artist Brian Colin who worked on art for Arch Rivals, General Chaos and Rampage! We go over Brian’s career and … Continue reading
It’s finally here! This is the video where I set the first ever world record on the 1979 arcade game Enigma II. What the heck is Enigma II? Watch to find out!
Mad Crasher is an isometric arcade racing game where you can also shoot enemies that are in your way. With its heavy emphasis on jumping, it’ll be an interesting one for only a single credit.
Blaster is an arcade game developed by Eugene Jarvis and released by Williams in 1983. The game is a 3D shooter set in outer space and is a quasi-sequel to Robotron: 2084. The question is, how will I do on … Continue reading
Liquid Kids is a Taito arcade game released in 1990, looking like a mix of Bubble Bobble and Mr. Gimmick. How far will I get this time before I meet my untimely demise?