Monday, October 22, 2018

Monstercast II is here!

It's an 8+ hour podcast monster marathon! Can you survive? Streamable on youtube, or you can download the mp3 from the archive. Enjoy the monstercast!

Get the mp3 here.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

DASS #40: Hollywood Adder

Death Adder returns to discuss Halloween, Waluigi sucking and Chompette. I had to cruise over to his podomatic page in order to get the episode, so both links will be provided.

Check out the Death Adder Super Show Website

Check out episode 40 on Podomatic

JerryTerrifying: Review Alien VS Predator Super Nintendo

Jerry drops a review on the SNES beat em up Alien Vs Predator. It was a real treat to see some balanced and concise thought that was communicated in 5 minutes or less. It seems in this age of the 10:00+ favored videos, that's very rare.

Click here to check out his YouTube channel

Click here to check out his website,

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

TCR #256 - Unskippable Anime


Bithead1000 recalls memories of ultra violence in the early days of the Sega Genesis.

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Free Album Review: New Retro Wave - Maximum Burn

This compilation of synthwave 80's nostalgia tunes,  themed around 80's work out tapes, has been a fixture in my car for the last couple of weeks and was featured in the last episode of Tiger Claw Radio.

Spotlight tracks include the lead off track, Lifeline from Forêt de Vin. I typically don't like it when vocals show up on synthwave tracks, but somehow, this one does it right. Also check out Adrenaline from Dream Fiend. This one was a familiar track having been included in the game 'Super Indie Carts'.

This is a solid album and checks all the boxes of a must download.

Download includes:
8 Tracks (32 Minutes) + Cover Art
65.8 MB (Unzipped)

Download the album from the bandcamp page here.

Friday, October 12, 2018

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Playing MS-DOS Games - Jetpack

Just some good old fashioned fun. There are a million Let's Play channels out there, but not too many of them actually open and play old MS-DOS games. Jetpack in particular is a game I used to spend a lot of time with.

I already did an in dept review of Jetpack 9 years ago, but if your on board with some simple fun, strap in and enjoy!