Michael Jordan Joden’s deadly whirlwind kick from Top Fighter 2000 MK VIII, Megadrive.

Michael Jordan Joden’s deadly whirlwind kick from Top Fighter 2000 MK VIII, Megadrive.

agentmlovestacos:

I want to play all these games.

via ianbrooks:

Sci-FI NES Games from a Parallel Dimension

We were unfortunate enough to live through such horrible movie-licensed games like Robocop, Total Recall, and E.T. (or as we usually refer to it: That Game Which Shall Not Be Named), but perhaps somewhere in an alternate timeline where good things happened and people knew how to make good movie-based vidya gaemz, we could have had such instant classics like “They Live!” (with real 3D glasses action? Give me that) and MST3K (do you play the movie they’re watching, or just Press A to quip?)

(source: vgjunk / via: io9)

Nice to see this is still doing the rounds.

Final Fight 2, SNES.

Final Fight 2, SNES.

Castlevania, Commodore 64.

Castlevania, Commodore 64.

While trying to protect her cartoon meat, the heroine of Flashgal is attacked by a flock of what might be crowned cranes.

While trying to protect her cartoon meat, the heroine of Flashgal is attacked by a flock of what might be crowned cranes.

The King of Fighter ‘98, Neo Geo.

The King of Fighter ‘98, Neo Geo.

Horace Goes Skiing, Commodore 64.

Horace Goes Skiing, Commodore 64.

Dead Moon, PC Engine.

Dead Moon, PC Engine.

Aggressors of Dark Kombat, Neo Geo.

Aggressors of Dark Kombat, Neo Geo.

Yesterday I wrote about Sega’s Flashgal, and this GIF illustrates what I meant about the auto-scrolling not being very convincing.

Yesterday I wrote about Sega’s Flashgal, and this GIF illustrates what I meant about the auto-scrolling not being very convincing.