Thursday, January 19, 2017

The Revenge of Shinobi Playthough [Sega Classic Night]

First and foremost, Happy New Year everyone! (19 days later.) Figured I'd hit you guys off with another Classic Game playthough with one of my favorite Genesis/Mega Drive games of all time: The Revenge of Shinobi or The Super Shinobi for my Japanese fans.

I was holding off on this one for a while because I wasn't sure if I was going to stream it or not but I did last night and was glad I did. For those that don't know, the Revenge of Shinobi is a Mega Drive sequel of the original game back in Early December of 1989. The music was composed by Yuzo Koshiro which he gain more notoriety from the Streets of Rage/Bare Knuckle games. You can hear where alot of the sounds and music started from in this game.

How I first got into The revenge of Shinobi was from one of my older brother friends used to own a Sega Genesis and he had about 2-3 games at the time. Games like Rambo III, Altered Beast, Super Thunder Blade, Thunder Force II and this was back in 1989 to early 1990 here. I remember playing Revenge of shinobi on the Genesis and as a very young kid at the time, I didn't know what to expect from the title.

It wasn't until a few years later (1994) when me and my Brother had purchased a Sega CD Model 1 which came with Sega Classics Arcade Collection which consists of Streets of Rage, Golden Axe with only 1-Player, *sadface* Columns, and The Revenge of Shinobi.

For some reason, I always liked playing this game at night and my TV would be loud for some reason. I also did like the fact that the Voice samples were different from the original games. Some versions of this game were altered to not resemble such characters as Spider-Man, Batman, Rambo, The Terminator, and Godzilla.

But anyway, I think I've typed enough info any this game, just watch, comment, share, and enjoy!

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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Lenovo ThinkPad T520 Running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS on an SSD

This is a Performance test Video showing you Ubuntu runs on a SSD. I was very happy with the results after years of dealing with second SATA hard drives that die very fast.

Most of the apps that I downloaded are from OMGUBUNTU'S website.

And I also added back the Gnome Login Sound back into the OS.

Here's the link to add the Login Sound back into Ubuntu.

Recent Pickups 3 - My PS4 Collection

The long awaited episode of Recent Pickups is here! It took me a while to get back into this series but now, I'm back!

On today's episode, I'm here to talk about my PS4 Collection from old to new. Games I've received from Japan, Limited Run Games, Online, and other sources.


Limited Run Games:


Where to buy PS4 Imports:

Sunday, December 4, 2016

Ryu Ga Gotoku 6 Demo Gameplay

Today, I get a chance to try out the Demo of Ryu ga Gotoku 6 Inochi no Uta on the PS4. This game is really amazing and I'm aware that its suppose to replicate japan and it does a great job of doing it too. One of the best things I did enjoy about this Demo is walking around Tokyo and just noticing how Real everything looks identical to the real city. There's a certain mission that you can progress in either further unless you purchase the real game but thats at the end of the video.

So sit back and enjoy the footage and if anyone knows how to unlock VF5FS or Puyo Puyo in the demo, let me know.

You can order your copy of this game at

Saturday, October 15, 2016

DoDonpachi Resurrection [Steam] Arcade Gameplay


The past is being altered. An android, known as Next EXY, has traveled one thousand years back in time. Your task is to stop NEXY and the other Elemental Daughters who were built in the image of the Elemental Dolls who once protected humanity. What is NEXY’s intent? Should you attack what you shouldn’t understand? Orders are orders, and Col. Godwin Longhener is not to be ignored. The legendary bullet-hell shoot-’em-up series has come to Steam with DoDonPachi Resurrection from CAVE Co., Ltd., the powerhouse behind revered bullet-hell shooters such as Mushihimesama and Deathsmiles.


Formed by former Toaplan members, CAVE is a Japanese developer that has specialized in arcade games since 1995. Although CAVE has produced games for many genres and platforms, they are most famous for their pioneering role in the "bullet hell" shooter sub-genre. CAVE's most widely known games include Mushihimesama, Deathsmiles, and the DonPachi series.


  • *Those who purchase the game within the first week will get the OST for free!*
  • Choose between three ships and three styles in the standard modes.
  • Cancel bullets and increase your score with the Hyper Counter system.
  • Turn the tides and clash lasers with the Counter Laser system.
  • Master numerous different intricate scoring systems for which CAVE has become famous.
  • Explore the complete DDPR experience with 8 different modes: Normal 1.5, Normal 1.51, Arrange B, Arrange A, Novice (Great for beginners!), Black Label, Black Label Novice (Great for beginners!), and Black Label Arrange (Ketsui Mode with unique ship).
  • Bring in devastating backup with two-player local cooperative play.
  • 100 achievements, Steam Trading Cards, Cloud Saves, and Leaderboard support

Gameplay Footage

Steam Link:

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Shadow Dancer: The Secret of Shinobi Playthrough

Today's Episode of Retro Gameplay, I will be taken on Shadow Dancer: The Secret of Shinobi.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Street Fighter V [Ranked] - Danielsan88 vs. Daigo Kengo

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