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Game Groundup and Spat Out

oldgamemags:

The Worst Foe Lies Within - An advert for Parasite Eve, the Cinematic RPG.

(Source: koboldbard)

nerdwerds:

low magic, gritty, dark fantasy that’s what I want to play

nerdwerds:

low magic, gritty, dark fantasy
that’s what I want to play

I’ve also started playing Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness on my PSP. It’s sick. great fun and goofy fighting game from the old days. highly recommended! I’m sure it would be  even better if i knew Japanese. And its the origin game of Jin from the first two Marvel vs. Capcom games.

So I finally ‘Beat Shinryu, or Gekioh, whatever name it technically goes by. On my PSP playstation classics copy. Its fun but I wouldn’t recommend it unless your on the masochist side of shooter fans, top scrolling one hit and your dead stuff isn’t really my thing. I gave up after the first ’ genocyber’ looking boss showed up on the  final stage and died, figured it wasn’t worth trying to kill the true boss, the purple one. watched someone else do it on youtube. it would have been a waste of time, it aint that cool. go ahead and pyrate it if you want.

oldgamemags:

Advert for Shining Wisdom, one of the more interesting Shining titles for the Saturn!

oldgamemags:

Advert for Shining Wisdom, one of the more interesting Shining titles for the Saturn!

(via n-i-c-k-n)

vgjunk:

At the big VGJunk site today: point a gun at a baby, evade the ever-watching eye of The Big N and wonder about the biology of vampire milk bats in the NES shooter Baby Boomer! He might be Jesus. Read all about it here!

vgjunk:

At the big VGJunk site today: point a gun at a baby, evade the ever-watching eye of The Big N and wonder about the biology of vampire milk bats in the NES shooter Baby Boomer! He might be Jesus. Read all about it here!

oldgamemags:

A big advert for @Capcom_Unity’s Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha on PSOne.

(via vgjunk)

obscurevideogames:

Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode (VIC Tokai - NES - 1988)

pixelspolygonsandpie:

Golgo 13 was a fun game on the NES / Famicom that came out in the waning years of the Cold War.  The setting was fitting, playing as a globetrotting assassin, and its gameplay was nice and varied too with action sequences, sniping, and shmup-like levels.  Better still, it got me interested in the manga, but it would be years until I’d get a chance to read it since manga and anime were still not very popular in North America circa 1988.

vgjunk:

“Adventure of Iron” from Gauntlet IV, Genesis / Megadrive.
Composed by Masaharu Iwata and Hitoshi Sakimoto, before they got into all that Final Fantasy gubbins.