People once believed that when someone makes an incredible film, a shameless studio exec couldn't help but greenlight a shitty sequel to follow it up. Sometimes, something so bad happens that a terrible sadness is carried with it and the movie can't rest.... That sadness is The Crow: City of Angels for the Sega Saturn.
MonkeyPaw Games has picked up the Playstation Portable game Class of Heroes 2 for release in North America. Victor Ireland formerly of Working Designs and currently of Gaijin Works would like to bring a deluxe physical editon of Class of Heroes 2 to backers of the Kickstarter Project that hopes to reach $500,000. The Digital version of the game will be released regardless of what happens to the Kickstarter page. However if you'd like to see a Victor Ireland Deluxe Edition and relive the magic of the Working Desings special editions consider chipping into their Kickstarter page.
Seriously guys stop and think for a moment. How awesome would it be to have another limited edition game from Victor Ireland?
Here it is; Bio Hazard - otherwise known as Resident Evil in Europe and North America - for the Sega Saturn. Yeah, the game's been done to death, but this is a damn good port. Not to mention the added goodies only available on the Saturn.
You have once again entered the world of survival horror.... Good luck.
Parts 1 - 19 Added: March 20th 2012
Note: Didn't try to get all emeralds. Just a vanilla playthrough.
Audio was recorded live on Sunday Night Kaiser February 12th 2012.
Intro theme music credits: Sex by SNMT (off the EP !!!!zzz/SEX! ) You can listen & buy it from here: http://snmt.bandcamp.com/album/zzz-sex
Recorded live March 5th 2012 Heat of the moment kind of event. Started off with me and some buds talking bout the vita, and turned into a live Ustream thing. Show went for over an hour, but only the last 15 minutes were recorded.
This week on My Life with Sega - again - it's two reviews for the price of one. Time Killers for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, and Cosmic Carnage for the 32X.... Just stick 'em in your Genesis!