Posts with tag: capcom
 

“Live And Let Die”
Posted at 19:30 on 23rd September 2018

My latest contribution to the Marioke video game karaoke songlist – first performed 21/09/2018. The joke here relies on the knowledge that Capcom originally released Final Fight for the SNES with only two of the three playable characters from the coin-op. “Eliminate Guy” – after “Live And Let Die” by Wings When you’re Capcom, and […]

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“Another Day In Paradise”
Posted at 21:24 on 9th June 2018

My latest contribution to the Marioke video game karaoke songlist – first performed 08/06/2018. We didn’t have enough (or possibly any?) songs specifically about Shinji Mikami’s masterpiece, so this was an attempt to correct that oversight. “Villagers with Parasites” – after “Another Day In Paradise” by Phil Collins They call out to Leon Kennedy SeƱor, […]

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SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash
Posted at 12:05 on 17th August 2009

This article is part of the NeoGeo Pocket Color: 10th Anniversary retrospective. To eke out some more mileage from the Capcom license, SNK devised Card Fighters Clash, a virtual CCG based around collecting, trading and battling with charmingly-illustrated cards based on characters from SNK and Capcom’s back catalogues. They were probably as surprised as anyone […]

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SNK vs. Capcom: The Match of the Millennium
Posted at 09:35 on 16th August 2009

This article is part of the NeoGeo Pocket Color: 10th Anniversary retrospective. With SNK’s pedigree, you’d expect that the NGPC’s library would bountifully stocked with fighting games, and it doesn’t disappoint. SNK released no fewer than eight portable fighting titles, covering all of their main franchises at the time (King of Fighters, Fatal Fury, Samurai […]

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Resident Evil 4
Posted at 23:49 on 14th June 2007

“Resident Evil 4, to sum up, is the best game on the GameCube. But it’s not just the best game on the GameCube.It’s the best game of this generation, it’s the best game- “It’s the best game.” Robert Florence, Consolevania Series 1 Episode 7 It’s easy to be cynical. These days, when any moderately entertaining […]

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