Retro Game Review: Virtua Fighter Animation (1997), Sega Master System.

Posted by Retrokaiser On Friday, February 5, 2016 0 comments

Virtua Fighter Animation for the Sega Master System is a game that you would not expect from this console, especially since it came out in 1997, a time where this console was long obsolete, even in the Master System loving PAL region.  With the word "Animation" part of the title, you'd expect this game to not be a game at all, you'll be expecting this to be an animated feature based on the Virtua Fighter series.  This game is not a cartoon at all but what the title is referring to is the animated series that ran during the mid-1990's, hence why that word is part of the title.  With that all said, this game has a story to it that goes like this:  Akira is wandering around South China and runs across an eating contest and enters it in hopes of winning and stuffing his face full of food.  While Akira is stuffing his face, we cut to another character, Pai.  Pai is running from a gang of thugs who are after her to return her to her father, Lau.  Pai manages to lose the thugs but soon runs into Akira in the most personal way,  Akira falls onto her and gives her a nice big sloppy kiss on the lips.  Long story short, they team up and gain allies along the way to put a stop to Lau...  But then things soon get more complicated.  (Click on "Read More" to read the full review).

Tiger Claw Radio #157 - In The Van Again

Posted by Critical Failure On Monday, February 1, 2016 1 comments

Massive snow on the east coast, Contra Rom Hacks, Dawn of War. Let's do this.

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DVD Review: The Decline of Western Civilization - Complete Collection (1981, 1988, 1998)

Posted by Retrokaiser On Thursday, January 28, 2016 0 comments

The Decline of Western Civilization Collection is a collection containing all three parts of the music documentary film series, The Decline of Western Civilization. These films document the punk rock scene of the late-1970's and mid-1990's, it also covers the heavy metal and glam rock scene of the late-1980's. These films aren't your typical music documentaries, they don't just solely focus on the music itself, they also share focus on the fandom and takes a look at the music scene from all sides of the story. Will it be as expansive as it sounds? Or will it be a series that has poorly declined in quality over the years? (Click on "Read More" to read the full review).

Let's Play Talisman (Part 6)

Posted by theGamingBeast On Tuesday, January 26, 2016 0 comments

Kaiser becomes a trolling wizard, and Swingle is assasinating left and right.

Blu-Ray Review: Bonnie's Kids (1973)

Posted by Retrokaiser On Thursday, January 21, 2016 0 comments

Bonnie's Kids is an action drama about two girls, Ellie and Myra, they live with their step-dad due to their mother passing away.  During one dark night we have their step-dad playing poker with his dirty minded friends that want to have their way with his step-daughters and when they leave we then see the step-dad trying to have his own way with Myra.  It's not all bad for Myra as Ellie comes to the rescue just in time, shoots and kills her dirty old step-daddy with a shotgun, now the two girls are living with their rich uncle in Texas in hopes of a good life.  Sadly, the good life can't last forever as the two girls find themselves in trouble yet again as one  gets involved with a hunky man, the other gets involved with their uncle's very sexy wife.  Oh how will this turn out for Bonnie's kids?  (Click on "Read More" to read full review).

Tiger Claw TV - Rockman Exile

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The old Cartoon Blob from the origins of Tiger Claw TV returns for a look at my favorite rom hack.

Blu-Ray Review: Christmas Evil (AKA: You Better Watch Out) (1980)

Posted by Retrokaiser On Wednesday, January 20, 2016 0 comments

You Better Watch Out (AKA Christmas Evil) is a Christmas themed black drama horror movie about a middle aged man named Harry, a man that is obsessed with wanting to become Santa Clause.  This movie opens up with a scene that takes place on Christmas Eve in the 1940's, where we see a young Harry with his mother and younger brother witnessing a Christmas miracle when they are visited by Santa Clause.  Shortly after that we see the kids are in bed talking about Christmas until Harry hears a noise downstairs and goes down to check it out.  Poor young Harry, what he saw is what no child should see and that's his mother getting her stocking stuffed with Santa's tongue...  Or to put it in an non-innuendo way, Harry walks down to see Santa performing oral sex on his mother.  All of this chimney sweeping sends Harry into shock, so he runs into the attic and smashes a snow globe and cuts himself with it (such an over reactor).  After that scene we cut to December of 1980 where we see a grown up Harry working at a toy factory (how ironic) and is looking forward to Christmas as he wants to become Santa Claus and keep the Christmas spirit alive, sadly his brother and co-workers don't share the same feelings, so Harry takes his Santa role too seriously and does something about it.  Whether they are on his naughty or nice list, they'll get what's coming to them where it'd be presents or  death.  (Click on "Read More" to read the full review).

Proving That PC Gaming is Not Too Expensive

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DVD Review: Forever Knight - Season One (1992 - 1993)

Posted by Retrokaiser On Tuesday, January 19, 2016 0 comments

Forever Knight might sound like a name of another crappy spin-off to the classic show, Knight Rider (1982 - 1986), it is actually a vampire themed cop show from the 1990's and from Canada.  This show is about a vampire named Nicholas Knight who is also a cop and a damned good one at that as his vampire abilities help him spot clues and criminals, he can also take a hit or two due to conventional weapons not being able to kill him.  Searching to stop crime is only a side quest, his real goal is to find the cure to his vampirism and make himself human once again as he is sick dining on blood and killing people, he also deeply regrets doing all the stuff he has done in the past.  This show might sound totally '90's but is it a show that should've stayed back in the 90's?  (Click on "Read More" to read the full review).

Tiger Claw Radio #156 - Hardware Stuff

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This week's episode features Hardware discussion and component discussion for my new PC build. Have a great week and enjoy TCR!

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