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wayne_steed There is only one blog that will truly deliver enough awesomeness to save the world. And this isn't it. (But check it out anyway.)

Title: I am in awe...
Posted: October 04, 2008 (07:35 AM)
So I went on YouTube to see if The Protomen had released anything new yet. In case you're wondering, The Protomen is a band that chronicles the story of Mega Man through rock opera. Yes, rock opera. But this stuff is like no rock opera you've ever heard. It's a full-on crash-and-burn explosion of sound that will blow your face away.

But their newest song, which is a demo off their upcoming album (which they refer to as "the second act"), is a suprising change-up from their previous stuff. "Breaking Out", while sounding like a supercharged Mike and the Mechanics song, is really, really, REALLY good. Listen to this; you won't regret it.

EDIT: if you hate Mike and the Mechanics (I myself am not a fan), don't let my comparison turn you away. I only make that comparison because whenever they play this song live, they start with part of a MATM song.

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Type: Review
Game: Mega Man 2 (NES)
Posted: November 17, 2007 (03:36 PM)
These days, when I think of the name “Mega Man,” the image that regularly comes to mind is a factory churning out countless piles of sequels. In this odd-but-true fantasy, boxes teeming with Mega Man Battle Network games are loaded onto trucks and driven out to all the EBs and GameStops of the world, every minute of every day of every year, ever. Such a fantasy is a rather exaggerated but bluntly true reminder of the fact that we have too darn many Mega Man games on the market today, a lot of wh...
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Type: Review
Game: Mega Man X6 (PlayStation)
Posted: October 01, 2007 (03:35 PM)
X: "Oh, no! Zero died! I think. And there’s a virus that’s going to DESTROY THE WORLD! I got to stop that."
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Type: Review
Game: Sonic CD (Sega CD)
Posted: August 20, 2007 (01:44 PM)
I'm sure that many know of our friend Sonic the Hedgehog's forays into the world of 3D. Aside from the Sonic Adventure games, they haven't been all that good. All have been plagued with a wonky camera, fetch quests, and shooting levels. Though the recent next-gen bomb Sonic the Hedgehog for Xbox 360 and PS3 attempted to remedy these issues, it actually gave the entire gaming world suck pains. The game was that awful.
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Type: Review
Game: Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat (GameCube)
Posted: July 16, 2007 (05:59 PM)
Do you remember when they used to make good, classic Donkey Kong games? You know, the side-scrolling kind? With the release of the original Donkey Kong Country for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, the Kongo Jungle was the place to be. Two characters, platforming goodness, plenty o' stages, good graphics (for the time)-- the game was a prime example of what your average layman's DK fix ought to be.
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