from vezoom**** - A scene I found rather amusing, from the Japanese animation series 'Sakigake!! Otokojuku.' The protagonist, Momotaro, goes to get revenge on a mean African-American fellow who beat up his pal. The whole comedy value is that the entire feud takes place in Engrish, pretty much. This is a rather obscure series, but, I recommend it to all. Please, Enjoy!
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The Bit.Trip series was developed by Gaijin Games and published by Aksys Games for WiiWare. Bit.Trip Runner is the 4thgame in the critically acclaimed series on Wiiware. Game Designer Chris Osborn takes you on a journey into the next Bit.Trip game as well as revealing some amazing features. Also, its a game you can't lose in...interesting right?
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Gaijin Games talks with GameZombie's David Klein about winning the GDC 2011 Excellence in Visuals Award.
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Featuring music by Chris Bates, Camera by John Quick and Lillian Feldman-Hill, Motion Graphics by Andrew Benninghoff, and edited by Andrew Benninghoff
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of BIT.TRIP FATE for the Nintendo Wii from Gaijin and Aksys Games. BIT.TRIP FATE was released on Nintendo's WiiWare on October 25, 2010 and is a good ole shoot 'em up/shmup video game with some zany bullet patterns. This is the fifth episode in the BIT.TRIP franchise. This CGRundertow video game review features BIT.TRIP FATE video gameplay footage and commentary. This review is from Classic Game Room's Kevin.
Birds Of Steel review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Birds Of Steel from Gaijin Entertainment and Konami for the PlayStation 3. Birds Of Steel is a game about flying and shooting, but it's more about aircraft and history. The game takes place during World War II, and it's like an ode to the aerial war machines of the era. If you're a buff for the history of military aviation, Birds Of Steel is really special. But for all its features and content and history, Birds Of Steel is otherwise a fairly pedestrian flight simulator. Obviously, that's not for everyone. This video review features video gameplay footage of Birds Of Steel for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Birds of Steel review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Classic Game Room reviews BIRDS OF STEEL from Gaijin and Konami, a WW2 era flight combat game with an aircraft carrier load of something awesome. Not to be confused with Konami's Blades of Steel, Birds of Steel is about blowing up things with airplanes, not hockey. CGR Birds of Steel video review features Birds of Steel gameplay recorded from PS3 PlayStation 3 videogame console, also available on Xbox 360. With about one hundred airplanes to collect, loads of missions, multiplayer and a mission editor you'll have lots to keep you busy while tearing through Birds of Steel. Standard controls work well enough in the simplified acade flight mode but serious flight fans will probably want to use a flight stick to rock this one.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Bit.Trip Runner for the Nintendo Wii (also available on PC/Mac via Steam), from Gaijin Games. In the fourth game in the Bit.Trip series, Commander Video enters the realm of the side scrolling platformer, where the art of the speed run finds perfect harmony with bleepy beats. Jump, slide, kick, bounce, launch, and block your way through several heart pumping stages with the usual retro-fied Bit.Trip aesthetic, and enjoy the immensely satisfying feeling of BONUS GET! This review features Bit.Trip Runner gameplay footage and commentary.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Bit.Trip Flux for the Nintendo Wii, from Gaijin Games. In the sixth and supposedly final installment of the Bit.Trip games, the Pong inspired gameplay of Bit.Trip Beat makes a comeback. But not to worry, there's plenty of new surprises here in this well refined and masterfully designed capstone to an innovative series. Bit.Trip Flux is a Wiiware title downloadable from the Wii Shop, and fans of the series will definitely not want to miss out on this intense release that will truly challenge your senses. This review features Bit.Trip Flux gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of IL-2 Sturmovik, developed by Gaijin Entertainment and published by 505 Games for the PS3, also available for the Xbox 360 and PC. World War II has begun in Europe and the skies have become a battlefield as you control multiple aircraft to defeat the Axis Powers. Use your flight skills to defeat the German Luftwaffe as you fight them in famous World War II battles such as Berlin, the Battle of the Bulge, and Stalingrad, while protecting your allies on the sea, ground, and air. This video review features video gameplay footage of IL-2 Sturmovik and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
BIT.TRIP SAGA review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of BIT.TRIP SAGA from Gaijin Games and Aksys Games for the Nintendo 3DS. All six of Commander Video's trippy WiiWare adventures have been rereleased on Nintendo's two platforms. And while the 3DS Saga isn't quite as good as the Wii's Collection, this portable version is still a solid compilation of fantastic retro games. In fact, there are a few perks to playing the BIT.TRIP games on the 3DS, the first of which being the 3D graphics. The clean retro style of the BIT.TRIP games makes for outstanding 3D interpretation. The graphics are even more surreal when they're popping off the screen, and although it doesn't add anything to the gameplay, it does add to the aesthetic experience, which has always been a big part of the BIT.TRIP games. This video review features video gameplay footage of BIT.TRIP SAGA for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of BIT.TRIP Complete from Gaijin Games and Aksys Games for the Nintendo Wii. BIT.TRIP Complete includes the entire BIT.TRIP series (that's all six WiiWare titles) on a single disc. For those who have already played the BIT.TRIP games, Complete includes 120 new challenge levels, new difficulty options and online leaderboards, as well as art, audio, video and backstory for each game. A series of six games originally released on the Nintendo Wii's WiiWare service, Bit.Trip looks at classic game design through a modern lens. It tells the story of Commander Video, a little character that incidentally has a ton of character stuffed into just a few pixels. This video review features video gameplay footage of BIT.TRIP Complete for the Nintendo Wii and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of BIT.TRIP VOID, a downloadable WiiWare game from Gaijin Games and Aksys Games for the Nintendo Wii. The third release in the BIT.TRIP saga, BIT.TRIP VOID is interactive hypnosis. This game has always been my favorite BIT.TRIP game, and that's because no other game under that banner has delivered the kind of complete sensory experience VOID so effortlessly does. And in a series like BIT.TRIP, that's saying something. Originally released to WiiWare in 2009, VOID takes the BIT.TRIP template into more new territory. Where BEAT was like a modern Pong and CORE was a kind of shooter, VOID goes down a path to bullet hell. You are the void, and the void must grow. The objective is to collect the black squares, avoid the white ones and stay out of the grayscale nothingness of the Netherworld. This video review features video gameplay footage of BIT.TRIP VOID for the Nintendo Wii and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.