It appears that the Japanese games are as crazy as The Simpsons would have us believe, as anyone who’s seen their most amusing Human Tetris show can attest. Now, in a similar vein, here’s Muscle March on the Wii. Try and make sense of the madness below.
If you’re a Gen X geek like me, you’ll fondly recall the glory days of the Commodore 64, the NES, and the Sega Mega Drive. Street Fighter II was king and Mario was just beginning his never ending barrage of titles.
If you want to relive those days, then this new screen saver is for you (and thanks to Geek Chic Daily for the heads up).
The UberNES website not only has box art from all those games but also a Windows screen saver that can be customised to play one or many of 100 demo videos from an assortment of old school games. Check it out and download it here.
It’s been ages since I’ve been excited about a game, but I’ve been following this one ever since it was announced. I picked up the first ish of the Wildstorm comic and it wasn’t too bad. Written by Justin Gray & Jimmy Palmiotti and with gruesome, bloody art by Darick Robertson and Matt Jacobs, it serves as a backdrop to the game, going from the Vietnam War to today’s Manhattan. Trailer for the game, which is released in June by Radical Entertainment, is below.