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Posts Tagged “1980s”

Mega Man 1 – Glitchfest

Posted on January 25th, 2015 by Hitstun

Scykoh‘s Glitchfest series is all about breaking popular games in as many ways as possible. TASVideos’s resources for NES Mega Man games covers several methods for moving through the game quickly, but even that doesn’t explain what Scykoh does in Ice Man’s stage. When I planned the “bugs” in Skeleton Hunter, the first place I […]

Challenger with Commentary

Posted on June 20th, 2014 by Hitstun

I like Instagib, but it’s a lot more difficult to get good stream highlights onto YouTube from there. This run of the 1985 Japanese-only Famicom game Challenger was so watchable and the chat was so random that I jumped through the technological hoops to get this posted for all. Challenger is famous for its control […]

Zeta Gundam montage

Posted on April 30th, 2014 by Hitstun

Uh oh, I got too distracted by PAX East, Tetris victories, and Sayonara Umihara Kawase that I almost forgot I have a blog and a good video to post to it. Zeta Gundam is a show about giant fighting robots in space, but people sure hit each other at lot. YouTube user Voltan made a […]

Oregon Trail and the Sewn-Together Ox

Posted on December 24th, 2013 by Hitstun

Oh boy, sometimes my Twitch.tv stream is comedy gold. When I play Oregon Trail, I have a rule to always ford every river. Even when we reach the 20 foot deep Green River, I must attempt to drive the wagon right across the bottom, drowning all the oxen. This degenerated into my Skype chatters Jdetan, […]