Wood, Mykie and Cameron find a huge haul of retro video games at a community garage sale. Nintendo, Playstation and even a boxed ColecoVision. Then later, Metal Jesus Rocks takes Wood on a road trip through California to attend the E3 Expo. Naked People Are Neat.
Jerry Barnacules was invited to tour the private collection of the notorious Immortal John Hancock who has 26 complete console collections & thousands of other obscure items including rare games, systems & collectibles. He manages to use every square inch of his garage to house this collection and keep some kind of order so everything has its place and can be easily found. His most prized collection is his SEGA collection which takes up one entire wall of the garage from floor to ceiling.
▼ Complete Collections in this room (all games and accessories) ▼
3. Virtual Boy
4. Sega Master System
6. Sega CD
9. RCA Studio II
10. APF M1000
11. Memorex VIS
15. N Gage
16. Neo Geo Pocket
17. Odyssey 2
18. Atari 7800
20. Action Max
22. Game Gear
23. Jaguar CD
24. Turbo Grafx
25. TRS 80 licensed carts
26. Super Nintendo
Reggie plays the 2D beat-em-up hidden gem featuring characters from the cult Japanese Spectral Force and Generation of Chaos series. The game has unique characters, extra secret fighters and one of the most powerful bosses in 2D beat-em-up history!
There are people I decidedly despise. They lack morals, character, and honesty. They regulate antagonism. In case you can’t tell, I’m talking about Metal Jesus here. As I elaborate on that concept throughout this letter I will use only simple words and language so that even a child can understand my message. Yes, even a child should know that honest people will admit that Metal Jesus spews lies as easily as a squid squirts ink. Concerned people are not afraid to build bridges instead of walls. And sensible people know that Metal Jesus’s offensive subalterns accept on faith that Metal Jesus has an absolute right to be intolerant in the name of tolerance. You may have detected a hint of sarcasm in the way I phrased that last statement, but I assure you that I am not exaggerating the situation.
Metal Jesus’s belief is that he should be free to suppress our freedom. Hey, Metal Jesus! Satan just called; he wants his worldview back.
Essentially, in the midst of our mighty struggle to beat Metal Jesus at his own game, I have seen too many people stand on the sidelines and mouth pious irrelevancies and sanctimonious trivialities. I have watched too many people accept without challenge Metal Jesus’s ill-tempered claim that the sun rises just for him. And I have observed too many people fail to realize that the irony is that Metal Jesus’s most spleeny demands are also his most loopy. As the French say, “Les extremes se touchent.” I have always assumed that what we are dealing with here is fashion, politics, and money, but the fact of the matter is that you may find it instructive to contrast the things I like with the things that he likes. I like listening to music. Metal Jesus likes violating strongly held principles regarding deferral of current satisfaction for long-term gains. I like kittens and puppies. Metal Jesus likes reopening wounds that seem scarcely healed. I like spending time with friends. Metal Jesus likes threatening anyone who’s bold enough to state that he has once again been pigeonholing people into predetermined categories. Although for him, this behavior is as common as that of adulterous politicians seeking forgiveness from God and spouse, he does not merely send children to die as martyrs for causes that he is unwilling to die for himself. He does so consciously, deliberately, willfully, and methodically. That’s all I have to say about Metal Jesus so I guess I’ll stop writing now. Oh, and Metal Jesus: Before you start formulating a smart reply, don’t bother because I’m just not interested.
Jimmy and Metal Jesus show you 10 arcade hidden gems you need to play on your MAME arcade cab or through Launchbox.
Ninja Baseball Bat Man
The Cliffhanger Edward Randy
Elevator Action Returns
Wild West Cow Boys of Moo Mesa
Nova Collective performs “Dancing Machines” from their debut album “The Further Side.”
Nova Collective began in 2014 when bassist Dan Briggs (Between the Buried and Me, Trioscapes) and guitarist Richard Henshall (Haken) began exchanging emails about music; before long, a few demos were fleshed out into full arrangements. Drummer Matt Lynch (Trioscapes, Cynic) and keyboardist Pete Jones (ex-Haken) came on board shortly after to finish writing the album. The Further Side was written on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, with Briggs and Lynch in America and Henshall and Jones in England, sharing session files until the group could get together at the beginning of 2015 to record with engineer Jamie King (Between the Buried and Me, The Contortionist). Mixed by Rich Mouser (Neal Morse, Transatlantic), it is immediately
clear that The Further Side is a labor of love for all involved, and that enthusiasm shines throughout.
MORE INFO HERE: MetalBlade.com
Windjammers is a fast-paced head-to-head arcade game where two players face off on a court, and throw discs at the opponent’s goal zone to score points. Incredibly fun and intensely addictive, Windjammers is the adrenaline rush you’re looking for!
Publisher DotEmu is bringing the competitive NEO GEO classic to the PS4 and Vita with online multiplayer, enhanced menus, mini-games, filters and more!
More info: http://www.dotemu.com
Blizzard Entertainment presents a modern take on the original StarCraft experience in StarCraft: Remastered. More info HERE
The Sega Dreamcast may have sold poorly, but it had many great games still worth playing today. Plus those VMUs were so cool! This Dreamcast buying guide is perfect for new collectors wanting to know about the hardware, accessories and games you should buy day 1!
Buy Dreamcast here: http://goo.gl/7OnBhY
Star Wars Episode 1 Racer
The Typing of The Dead
Skies of Arcadia
Marvel vs Capcom 2
The 1980s were a GLORIOUS time for rock and metal…but you may have missed some excellent albums from that era. Have no fear: Metal Jesus & Andrew talk about some of the more under-rated metal albums and you can listen to those songs here:
80s Metal PLAYLIST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtUjbS5Xr78tY7bGKiXCabrUGF9thzhqV
* All background music courtesy of Ethan Meixsell (guitar shredder god!)