Last year the folks over at Drinkbox Studios unleashed an animated powerhouse of a video game called Guacamelee!
If you didn’t rumble with this Mexican luchador the first time around, then by all means get on with it in the Super Turbo Championship Edition!
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The #1 reason why I can’t wait for gaming in 2015!
Does the end justify the means? Check out my thoughts on The Walking Dead: Season 2 - Episode Five.
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With it being Throwback Thursday and all, I decided to try my hands at another retro gaming review. Would you like to see Astro Boy: Omega Factor appear on the Virtual Console?
If you watched last week’s Space Dandy, the name will ring familiar.
King Baby Duck starts off this week’s show congratulating his ElectricSistaHood pals on an epic milestone, and jumps into a review of John Michael McDonagh’s latest movie Calvary. A stupidly funny anime called Kill Me Baby appears on KBD’s radar, while maddening frustration fills him up as he plays P.T. Finally recent photos from this year’s Comiket lead to an opinion piece regarding cosplay etiquette, with a judgmental stare peered towards some disturbing cameramen.
- Pe’z - Hariyo No Natsu (from the album Chitosedori) [out of print]
- YUI - Rain (from the album HOW CRAZY YOUR LOVE)
- Lame Genie - Rocket Knight Adventures [Stage 1-1 Theme] (from the album Throwback Nerdsday)
- SPITZ - Mune Ni Saita Kiniroi Hana (from the album Namae o Tsuketeyaru)
- Chinatsu Akasaki & Mutsumi Tamura - Futari no Kimochi no Honto no Himitsu (from the single Kill Me no Baby!)
- The Soronprbs - I Love You All (digital single)
- Ling Tosite Sigure - i not crazy am you are (from the album Inspiration Is DEAD)
- Pistol Valve - Rock This Town (from the album Stick’em up!)
- Godsmack - Something Different (from the album 1000hp)
- Mummy The Peepshow - (Give Me A) letter! (from the album School Girl Pop) [out of print]
- VAMPS - The Jolly Roger (CD single)
The Boston Bastard Brigade kindly encourages you to support these artists, and buy their songs/album. You can find the majority of these releases on CDJapan.co.jp, Amazon.com, iTunes, the bands’ official websites & Bandcamps, and your local record stores.