With Kirby celebrating his twenty-fifth anniversary this year, let’s take a short trip through his very first Game Boy adventure. In case you are wondering why I cut out the boss rush, they are exactly the same fights and you really don’t need to watch them a second time.
It’s time for another Durpthrough, but this time it is something I wanted to do for a long time. I like Mario games, enough to do in-depth reviews of them years ago, so I thought to myself “hey, why don’t you do video playthroughs of them?”
Granted, it isn’t the most original idea on the planet, almost everyone has done a video playthrough of every damn mainline Mario title. My idea isn’t original, but hey, at least I am not e-begging for Nintendo advertising money. So, without further ado, here is the Super Mario All-Stars version of Super Mario Bros., the Mario game that started it all and celebrated it’s 30th anniversary last year. Continue reading “Matto’s Mario Madness [Part 1 – Super Mario Bros.]”
Great Commander is a giant asshole.
Spin that revolution around, thing.
Get it? Because Fortune has dinosaurs! Kind of.
We’re on course to sneak through Venom’s rear end. Turn on subtitles via the CC option on YouTube.
Always remember to reduce, reuse and recycle your bosses in this next part of Star Fox!
Let us take a trip through an abandoned artificial meteor in this latest romp through Star Fox!
Alt. post titles:
Your most powerful weapon is made of triangles (Star Fox LP)
Star Fox: Seizure Approved!
Furries in space ship polygons. Let’s Play Star Fox!
After a long absence, I return with the next Durpthrough session of Fatal Frame IV!
Beware the narrow hallways that make fighting ghosts nearly impossible, the deathly fear of potential game-breaking bugs, the bewildering persistence of that nurse I can’t remember the name of, the REVENGENCE of Ayako as I storm her room for sheet music, the wheelchair lady who somehow pushes herself, and the terrifying black death thing that scares the living shit out of me!
Ooooops, I’ve had these done for a while now, but I’ve been so busy I forgot to put them up.
In this round, Misaki battles a bully from her childhood and a new character surfaces to explore the medical wing of the creepy complex in search of the man responsible for the kidnappings. The ghost encounter rate continues to increase as the setting gets spookier, so how long can I last!? Enjoy!
What do little boys, tag teams, creepy old men, nurses, and an old, abandoned hospital have in common?
Actually, don’t answer that. The answer is, Batch 2 of my Fatal Frame IV Durpthrough! The ghost encounters escalate as the plot sends me fighting an unexpected and familiar villain, puts me behind the eyes of yet another character, and teases a battle against a sadistic little girl! Enjoy!
Okay, here it is, a new round of Durpthroughs! This time I take on another horror game, Fatal Frame IV, developed by none other than Grasshopper Manufacture (home of Suda 51, if you are one of those heathens). Fatal Frame IV has a rather interesting history behind it, or rather, an interesting story of why it was never localized. See, it WOULD have been localized if not for the fact that Tecmo was too cheap to go back and fix a bunch of glitches that were in the Japanese copy of the game (a couple of which prevent progress, and others that make it impossible to 100% the game no matter what you do). NOE had actually started promoting the game in their region before NCL decided that it just didn’t make sense to localize a game that wasn’t to their standards. So screw you, Tecmo!
Anyway, let’s hope I can pull through the entire game without running into anything game-breaking. So grab yourself a bowl of popcorn, turn off all the lights, and enjoy the scares (or me shrieking like a schoolgirl, whichever fits your fancy)!
I really wanted to do a special Halloween Durpthrough of a random horror game in my collection, giving you all an uncensored, uncut look into how much I freak out when I’m playing a REAL horror game. Unfortunately, I currently sound like a frog being cranked through a meat grinder thanks to the horrible timing of a heinous mix of bronchitis and laryngitis. So instead of something that might have been good, you get the final batch of Dead Island clips.
I completely skipped recording the prison section of the game right before the final boss because, well, I was sick of recording at the time, and didn’t realize we were so close to the end. It’s not like you missed anything anyway.
So enjoy our last leg through the jungle, our bout with the ultimate worst final boss this generation, and finally the ridiculous closure (or lack thereof) of this miserable pile of pumpkin snot. The horror…THE HORROR!
These have been uploaded for quite a while, but I forgot to post them here on the site before I went on vacation. Those of you who actually care probably already noticed them on PieTube, but here they are anyway. The last batch should be up sometime in the next few days (the ending sucks, by the way, SURPRISE!), so until then enjoy the game-breaking glitches!