Deuxième bande annonce de Level Up#1
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I’d say there are two kinds of shows about videogames: some usually only cover one title at a time, other tend do more than five at once. The former genre is of course represented by people like Ben « Yahtzee » Croshaw, Noah Antwiler or even Dr. Ashen in some instances. The latter genre would be represented by defunct shows like RetroCore, videoGaiden or Consolevania.
Or us, now that I come to think of it.
Indeed, our perpetual comeback continues with TRACK_14 an earth-shattering episode filled to the brim with videoludic delicacies. Experience: weird worlds made of sound, spaceships full of half-resolved references, controlling a game with a bongo, mutilating monochrome bad dudes with a wiimote, rapping as a young pup and finally discover what Mega Man has been up to all this time. (By the way, we also bash Wii Music amusingly in this episode).
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In this episode, our FOURTEENTH TRACK, we take a look at these games:
Dead Space, E.A. Redwood Shores on PS3/360.
Donkey Kong Jungle Beat, Nintendo E.A.D. Tokyo on Nintendo GameCube.
Frequency, Harmonix Music Systems on PlayStation 2.
MadWorld, Platinum Games on Wii.
MegaMan 9, Inti Creates on WiiWare/XBLA/PSN.
PaRappa the Rapper 2, NaNaOn-Sha on PlayStation 2.
Wii Music, Nintendo on Wii.
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