Live! From the Terror Dome - Mondo Cool Cast 113

Posted by JerryTerrifying On Friday, June 26, 2015 6 comments


The E3 Episode.  Me and Justin argue over semantics.  Who won?  You be the judge.  Listen or download after the jump.

Franko the Crazy Revenge Review

Posted by theGamingBeast On Wednesday, June 24, 2015 0 comments

Beat the crap out of hot pants wearing steroid thugs in post-communist Poland "Franko the Crazy Revenge", Let's Go!!!!

The Terrordome!!! (Fanart by Darabka)

Posted by theGamingBeast On Tuesday, June 23, 2015 2 comments

This is a piece of concept/fanart for the Terrordome for a project I am working on with Jerry. Hope you guys enjoy! "Thats right kids, Mondocool!"

Live! From the Terror Dome - Mondo Cool Cast 112

Posted by JerryTerrifying On Friday, June 19, 2015 3 comments

We have an amazing guest on this program.  Dave from the original Classic Game Room shoots the shit with Justin and myself.  check it out.

Live! From the Terror Dome - Mondo Cool Cast 111

Posted by JerryTerrifying On Friday, June 12, 2015 8 comments

It's an episode of the podcast.  You should download and listen to it.

Pocket Bomberman Review

Posted by JerryTerrifying On Thursday, June 11, 2015 0 comments

Mondo Cool Reviews: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 (PS3, 360, PC)

Posted by Retrokaiser On Sunday, June 7, 2015 0 comments


 
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Film Review: Game Loading - Rise of the Indies (2015)

Posted by Retrokaiser On Thursday, June 4, 2015 0 comments


Game Loading: Rise of the Indies is a documentary film about a group of independent gaming developers talking about games.  In this film you will see people such as Davey Wreden (The Stanley Parable (2013)), the Tail of Tales' crew (Luxuria Supurbia (2013)), Mike Bithell (Thomas Was Alone (2012)), and Zoe Quinn (Depression Quest (2014)), and even an appearance from game making legend John Romero (Doom (1993), Doom II (1994), Daikatana (2000), and that's just to name a few as this film has a whole bunch more video game developers being interviewed.  You will also see some developers giving their story and life journey behind developing an indie game from the start of the project all the way to the release of the project, the effect of the game on their lives, and the gaming scene as a whole.  This movie sure sounds very promising but how will the final product end up?  (click "Read More" to read the full review).

Blu-Ray Review: Street Fighter - Assassin's Fist (2014)

Posted by Retrokaiser On Monday, June 1, 2015 0 comments

Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist is a live action movie based on the classic Capcom videogame series, Street Fighter.  This film/series is based on the lives of Ryu (played by Mike Moh) and Ken (played by Christian Howard) who are being trained up by their teacher, Gouken (played by Akira Koieyama).  Ryu and Ken have been training with Gouken for thirteen years and have matured a lot since they first arrived at Gouken's dojo and now they are at a level to where it is time for them to learn some advanced skills.  Gouken puts Ryu and Ken on a task to go on a journey to find Gouken who is hiding in a secret area.  It takes a little to do so but Ryu and Ken do make it to the secret spot only to find out that they are at Gouken's old training grounds.  Now it is time for Ryu and Ken to learn the advanced stuff and by advanced stuff I mean that they get to finally learn the shoryuken (a powerful jumping uppercut) and the hadoken (an energy ball attack).  That's not all that Ryu and Ken will be learning as Ken breaks his way into a sealed off room and discovers photos of Gouken's past and also an old book with some instructions to a mysterious martial art.  Ken tries to use this art but is soon told off for using it as it is a very evil technique that will corrupt any fighter that learns it, thus we also learn about the existence of Gouken's brother, Gouki, also known as Akuma.  Thing's have gotten very interesting at the house of Gouken.  (Click "Read More" to read the full review).