John Riggs is a long time wrestling fan and has played most wrestling games ever released, both in the US and Japan. Today he talks about the best wrestling games ever made for the NES, Famicom, Super Famicom, PS1, PS2, GameCube, Dreamcast, GBA and much much more!
World Wrestling (NES)
Toukon Club (Famicom)
Zen-Nippon Pro Wrestling: Ouja no Kon (PS1)
SmackDown! Here Comes the PAIN (PS2)
Burning Pro Wrestling (Super Famicom)
Giant Gram 2000: All-Japan Pro Wrestling 3 (DC)
Virtual Pro Wrestling 2: Oudou Keishou (N64)
WCW/NWO Revenge (N64)
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
Die Hard Trilogy
Castlevania Symphony of the Night
Resident Evil 2
Puzzle Star Sweep
Point Blank 1 & 2
Gran Turismo 1 & 2
PlayStation Analog Joystick (SCPH-1110)
Metal Jesus: Metal Jesus here and I am back again with Reggie. How is it going, guy?
Reggie: It’s going good, brother. Today we’re going to do a PlayStation 1 buying guide, so get ready.
Metal Jesus: That’s right. So we’re going to cover the hardware as well as ten games that we think are just perfect for a new collector. Let’s take a look. All right, dude, so let’s talk about the hardware. We have the original Model 1 right here.
Reggie: My favorite system of all time, the system that got me back into video games.
Metal Jesus: Now one of the great things about the PlayStation 1 is that it’s pretty cheap to collect for. You find these everywhere and you find them cheap.
Reggie: The reason why is, because the PS2 system, you have backwards compatibility so you can play all PS1 games. So it made this system pretty much worthless. It’s one of the most worthless systems price range wise…
LET”S PLAY SSX 3! I am snowboarding the entire SSX 3 mountain with all 3 peaks in REAL-TIME and no cuts or loading screens with Viggo maxed out. This is my first Let’s Play of one of my favorite games of all time. Check it out!
Metal Jesus here, and today we’re gonna do something a little bit different, we’re gonna do a Let’s Play of one of my favorite games of all time, that is SSX 3 for the original Xbox. Now I think a lot of people are surprised that this is one of my all time favorite games, and in this video you’re gonna find out why because I’m gonna tell you all about it. We’re gonna play the game, but this game is kinda different in that it has a mode where literally you start at the top of the mountain, and you snowboard in real time through three different peaks. There’s no load screens, it’s pretty, pretty damn cool, we’re gonna do it right now, let’s take a look. Continue reading Snow Bunnies & DEVIL HORNS! – Let’s Play SSX 3→
Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) Buying Guide and game recommendations for new console collectors!
Super Mario Bros. 3
The Legend of Zelda
Super Dodge Ball
Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse
Mike Tyson’s Punch Out
TMNT II: The Arcade Game
Metal Jesus: Metal Jesus here, and I’m back again with John Riggs.
John Riggs: How you feeling?
Metal: Dude, how’s it going, man?
John: Thanks for having me back. Appreciate it.
Metal: You are here for a very special episode I’ve been wanting to do for a while.
John: Special episode?
Metal: Special episode!
John: Wow. Oh my goodness.
Metal: This is going to be a buyer’s guide for the original Nintendo.
John: Oh, the old NES. It’s my favorite system of all time.
Metal: Yeah, and the reason why I want do this is because this is for people who are just starting out to collect and get into the NES. What do you look out for as far as the hardware goes, as far as the controllers, everything.
John: What are you looking for, what kind of games are you looking for? If you start out with zero games, we’re going to show you ten solid titles, not necessarily my favorite games of all time, just 10 great games that will get you going in the right direction.
Metal: This is going to be an awesome episode. Let’s take a look!
Metal Jesus: Metal Jesus here, and I am back with Kinsey.
Metal Jesus: And today, we’re going to do our top 10 PlayStation 3 games of all time.
Metal Jesus: All right, so coming in at number 10 is a game called Valkyria Chronicles. Have you played this?
Kinsey: Not much of it, just a little bit, but . . .
Metal Jesus: It’s an amazing game. Basically, it is a third person strategy game. It happens in mostly real-time, although you have action points. And you have certain amount of movements and attacks that you can do. Amazing graphics, has a killer story. And it’s dark. People die in this game. And I was like, whoa! So this is actually a really fun game. I haven’t finished it, but I’ve played it enough to where I’m like “This is a total quality title.” So this is coming in at number 10 for me.