Produced by Sega in 1993, based on the adventures of the Marvel Comics superhero team, the X-Men. The game takes place in the Danger Room, a training area for the X-Men inside the X-Mansion. A virus transmitted via satellite has infected the Danger Room, disabling control and safety limits. The X-Men must endure the unpredictable behavior of the Danger Room until the virus can be located and eliminated. Once the virus is eliminated, the X-Men discover that Magneto is behind the computer virus and the final stage involves a battle with him. 0:00 - Opening 1:28 - Danger Room 1:49 - Savage Land 5:19 - Shi'ar Empire 11:18 - Excalibur Lighthouse 15:59 - Ahab's World 20:48 - Mojo's Future Crunch 24:24 - Reset the Computer When you get to the end of the level, the screen will lock. Jump and hit the danger room screen (it's the big computer monitor-looking object). It will explode and disappear. Wait for a few seconds and...RESET YOU SYSTEM! Make sure it's a soft reset (just tap your reset button) because if you hold your reset button down, you really will reset. Just a quick tap (soft reset) and your screen will go black and then fill with binary code (1's and 0's) and then you'll get a "VIRUS PROGRAM SUSPENDED" screen. On emulator like Kega Fusion, go to "file" and then "soft reset" (or just press CRTL+TAB). 25:40 - Asteroid M 30:02 - Magneto GameFAQs: X-Men (GEN) FAQ/Walkthrough by J2DK: http://www.gamefaqs.com/genesis/586618-x-men/faqs/24565
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In this Let's Play, I take you through X-Men 2: Clone Wars for the Sega Genesis. This is the follow-up to the original X-Men Genesis game, and much like the original, it tends to be pretty tough. In this video I show you the handful of strategies I use to get through the game. If you have any other strategies, feel free to share them in the comments section below. The great thing about this game is the flexibility in characters, and I'm still learning new ways to get through the game thanks to that variety. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=austinmackert Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/amackert Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/GameplayAndTalk/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/GameplayAndTalk Pinball Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/akmpinball Intro music by PlayOnLoop.com.
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X-Men: The Arcade Game (Konami) (1992) Playthrough/ Gameplay 1:30 Stage 1 4:44 Stage 2 10:22 Stage 3 13:05 X-Men Welcome to Die 14:54 Stage 4 19:44 Stage 5 25:02 Stage 6 28:52 Final Stage 34:04 Final Boss REVIEW http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/konamibeatemups/konamibeatemups2.htm#xmen Comment: Button bashing, this game calls for it. Obviously, one input controls four characters, doing this in MAME is always fun... In response to the negative comments - Yes, this video isn't supposed to be a skill showcase or anything similar (far from it) - it was one of my first recordings when I was playing with the settings to use Fraps with MAME. It didn't take any effort, I spent 37 minutes (and a few more hours converting/uploading) doing it, I didn't care and still don't care much for it, but for some reason it got a lot of views. ******** If you want to see a very good one-coin playthrough of this game, check out this (not mine) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVHqusfB71c
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Captured from real hardware via RGB and upscaled to 720p! IPS on Twitter: https://twitter.com/iPlaySEGA IPS on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iPlaySEGA Note: This is a very rare demo disc for the original Thunder Force V.
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X-Men 2: Clone Wars Genesis Playthrough Download here: http://sprysphere.com/Ba6m My son's channel: http://rapidteria.com/HBdi Contact: FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/shimadapressstart Thank you very much for watching our videos, do not forget to subscribe to the channel, like and share with your friends. Remember is living!!!
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Taking a look at the Super Magic Drive SMD800 for the Sega Megadrive. This is an old school reader/writer which llows you to copy Megadrive carts to a floppy drive and run games from floppy disk.
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X-men 1992 Arcade Nightcrawler Speedrun 26:58 by Charlieboy -- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/charlieboy_
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X-Men vs. Street Fighter Comparison - Playstation vs Sega Saturn vs Ps1/ Psx/ Playstation.
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Full walkthrough of the arcade version of Splatterhouse by Namco
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Subscribe for great justice! ► http://bit.ly/LJNDefender Mega Man & Sonic The Hedgehog team up to bash some skulls in one of many Streets of Rage ROM hacks, and I talk about a number of them in this Cygnus Destroyer Streets of Rage special! Thanks for watching:) Mega Man and Sonic the Hedgehog section starts at 08:32, but I would suggest watching from the beginning, since I cover a lot of really cool hacks. Sega released the original Streets of Rage in 1991, and it quickly established itself near the top of the beat 'em up hierarchy. Streets of Rage had two sequels on the Genesis before disappearing from the gaming scene. As a lifelong Streets of Rage fan, it's disappointing that the franchise has been silent for over twenty years. Needless to say, I was beyond thrilled to discover that there were a ton of Streets of Rage ROM hacks, and the fact that Mega Man and Sonic the Hedgehog, among other characters from video games, movies and comics, make an appearance is just icing on the cake. Streets of Rage ROM hacks ►http://bit.ly/SOR1RomHacks Streets of Rage 2 ROM hacks ►http://bit.ly/SOR2RomHacks (Mega Man and Sonic The Hedgehog appear together in the Mega Sonic Rage hack, so be sure to download that one for co-op sessions) Streets of Rage 3 ROM hacks ►http://bit.ly/SOR3RomHacks Lunar IPS ►http://bit.ly/LunarIPS If this is your first experience with my videos, you should check out my three shows. Cygnus Destroyer's Retro Reviews covers anything and everything from previous console generations, The LJN Defender sticks up for the games that were published by the "rainbow of doom", and Innocent Until Proven Guilty gives a fair trial/review to games that have been critically bashed. Check out the playlists for each show: Cygnus Destroyer's Retro Reviews ► http://bit.ly/CygnusPlaylist The LJN Defender ►http://bit.ly/LJNPlaylist Innocent Until Proven Guilty ► http://bit.ly/IUPGPlaylist Follow me on Twitter and Facebook: @CygnusDestroyer and http://www.facebook.com/CygnusDestroyer WiiGuy's 8-Bit Stereo - http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVjQehEh2rHbh6lohbZzp8w Check out Nikola's channel for awesome stereo versions of NES classics. Check out MultiTapped.com and http://www.youtube.com/user/MultiTapped for more great content. Have a retro title that you'd like to see me review or a "bad" game that you'd want to see me give a fair trial on Innocent Until Proven Guilty? Feel free to suggest one in the comments. Also, if you want to know what video games I own, I keep track of most of my collection on Nintendo Age. Feel free to consult it when making a request: http://nintendoage.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Users.Games&User=CygnusDestroyer20XX As always, thank you for watching. Your support means the world to me:)
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INFO: *Hack/IPS By DJJ *This hack change all characters during Fight. You need press same time Weak Punch+Weak Kick. *This IPS/Hack unstable. Have alot Reset and Crash Emulator after change character during Move or Super. *Use it with conscience. *Have fun (^_^) IPS DL Link: https://goo.gl/xCWQrc Tutorial use IPS FB Alpha: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JewKnkptZe8 :)
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X-Men vs. Street Fighter review. http://www.ClassicGameRoom.com Shop CGR shirts, hats, mugs & gear! http://www.CGRstore.com Classic Game Room reviews X-MEN VS. STREET FIGHTER for Sega Saturn from Capcom released in 1997. Based on the Xmen vs. Street Fighter arcade machine from 1996, this Sega Saturn version of X-Men vs Street Fighter has amazing graphics, superb gameplay and arcade quality action. This CGR review of X-Men vs. Street Fighter has gameplay from Capcom's X-Men versus Street Fighter showing X Men vs. Street Fighter game play in HD. This is a Japanese release that was denied to fans in the West. A Playstation version of X-Men vs. Street Fighter is available for PS1 but it was condensed. Tag Team X-Men and Street Fighter gameplay is similar to Marvel vs. Capcom and Marvel vs. Capcom 3. X-Men characters are Wolverine, Cyclops, Storm and more. Street Fighter characters include Ken, Ryu, Chun-Li, Cammy and more.
Views: 169089 Tome Of Infinity
When i first started this channel i made a series of videos called the 30 best games ever. 18 months on and a load of comments later i feel that I'm now in a much better positions to make a better list Over the last year i have pretty much played retro games every night while either making videos or doing challenges. This list is what i would consider to be The 75 Best Sega Mega Drive Games ever so will not have everyone's favourites in there but hopefully there will be a lot that is. I have realised that there are some missing from the best 30 list but on reflection...maybe they weren't as good as i originally thought. Alien Soldier @ 00:07 Splatterhouse 2 @ 00:43 Wonder Boy in Monster World @ 01:18 Battle Squadron @ 01:52 Shadowrun @ 02:27 Ecco: The Tides of Time @ 03:01 Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster's Hidden Treasure @ 03:36 Jurassic Park @ 04:11 Vectorman 2 @ 04:45 Batman @ 05:20 Landstalker @ 05:54 The Adventures of Batman & Rob @ 06:29 Mutant League Football @ 07:03 Wiz 'n' Liz @ 07:38 General Chaos @ 08:13 Shadow Dancer @ 08:47 Splatterhouse 3 @ 09:22 Battletoads @ 09:56 Eternal Champions @ 10:31 Ristar the Shooting Star @ 11:05 Phantasy Star II @ 11:40 Kid Chameleon @ 12:14 Beyond Oasis @ 12:49 Spider-Man and Venom @ 13:24 Castle of Illusion @ 13:58 Ecco the Dolphin @ 14:33 Jungle Strike @ 15:07 Thunder Force IV @ 15:42 Ghouls'n Ghosts @ 16:18 X-Men @ 16:53 The Lion King @ 17:27 ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron @ 18:02 Michael Jackson's Moonwalker @ 18:37 Vectorman @ 19:11 Desert Strike @ 19:46 Zombies Ate My Neighbors @ 20:20 NHL '94 @ 20:55 Sunset Riders @ 21:29 World of Illusion @ 22:04 Earthworm Jim 2 @ 22:39 QuackShot @ 23:12 Flashback @ 23:47 Rambo III @ 24:21 Road Rash @ 24:56 Street Fighter II': Special Champion Edition @ 25:30 Mortal Kombat @ 26:05 Streets of Rage 3 @ 26:40 Disney's Aladdin @ 27:14 Contra: Hard Corps @ 27:49 Road Rash II @ 28:23 Rocket Knight Adventures @ 28:58 The Revenge of Shinobi @ 29:32 X-Men 2: Clone Wars @ 30:07 Shining Force @ 30:42 ToeJam & Earl @ 31:16 Phantasy Star IV @ 31:51 Super Street Fighter II @ 32:25 Golden Axe @ 33:00 NBA Jam @ 33:34 Mortal Kombat II @ 33:09 Golden Axe II @ 34:43 Streets of Rage @ 35:18 Gunstar Heroes @ 35:53 Earthworm Jim @ 36:27 RoboCop Versus The Terminator @ 37:01 Shining Force II @ 37:35 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist @ 38:10 Shinobi III @ 38:44 Sonic & Knuckles @ 39:19 Castlevania: Bloodlines @ 39:54 Sonic the Hedgehog @ 40:28 Sonic the Hedgehog 3 @ 41:03 Comix Zone @ 41:37 Streets of Rage 2 @ 42:12 Sonic the Hedgehog 2 @ 42:46 Please like and subscribe if you like my stuff
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I decided to the Vinesauce Rom Corruptor out on some Sega Megadrive/Genesis games, this is the results. I recorded this as a little thing to upload before I get my new capture card for recording older games, this was mainly to cheer me up but I also had a lot of fun doing it. This was also before I knew the existence of the Real-Time Corruptor, I have already had a go of RTC and there may be more corruptions coming. This was inspired by Vinesauce and Welsh, they make some awesome corruption videos Yeah, I'm on Twitter so you could go to find out whats going on or if you just fancy a nosey. https://twitter.com/TSefiroCrescent
Views: 103 SefiroCrescent
X-Men 2: Clone Wars is a platform game developed by Headgames and released in 1995 by Sega of America for the Mega Drive/Genesis as a sequel to a 1993 side-scrolling video game X-Men. The game is based on the successful TV series from Marvel Comics and was acclaimed by critics. The European release of the game reused the same cover art of X-Men 2: Game Master's Legacy for the Game Gear, a different and unrelated game. The game was given a KA (Kids to Adults) rating by the Entertainment Software Rating Board. --- X-Men 2: Clone Wars é um jogo de plataforma desenvolvido pela Headgames e lançado em 1995 pela Sega of America para o Mega Drive / Genesis como uma sequência do X-Men de 1993. O jogo é baseado na série de TV de sucesso da Marvel Comics e foi aclamado pela crítica.
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Subscribe for great justice! ► http://bit.ly/LJNDefender X-Men Apocalypse is almost here, so it's time to take a look at some #X-Men video games! The X-Men made their video game debut in the 1989 LJN NES release and they most famously took arcades by storm with the 1992 Konami beat 'em up, but I'm saving those for a different video. Instead, I'm going to focus on six lesser known X-Men titles in this Cygnus Destroyer multi-game review extravaganza. Thanks for watching:) If this is your first experience with my videos, you should check out my three shows. Cygnus Destroyer's Reviews cover anything and everything in retro and modern gaming, The LJN Defender sticks up for the games that were published by the "rainbow of doom", and Innocent Until Proven Guilty gives a fair trial/review to games that have been critically bashed. Check out the playlists for each show: Cygnus Destroyer Reviews ► http://bit.ly/CygnusPlaylist The LJN Defender ►http://bit.ly/LJNPlaylist Innocent Until Proven Guilty ► http://bit.ly/IUPGPlaylist Follow me on Twitter and Facebook: @CygnusDestroyer and http://www.facebook.com/CygnusDestroyer WiiGuy's 8-Bit Stereo - http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVjQehEh2rHbh6lohbZzp8w Check out Nikola's channel for awesome stereo versions of NES classics. Check out MultiTapped.com and http://www.youtube.com/user/MultiTapped for more great content. Have a retro title that you'd like to see me review or a "bad" game that you'd want to see me give a fair trial on Innocent Until Proven Guilty? Feel free to suggest one in the comments. Also, if you want to know what video games I own, I keep track of most of my collection on Nintendo Age. Feel free to consult it when making a request: http://nintendoage.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Users.Games&User=CygnusDestroyer20XX As always, thank you for watching. Your support means the world to me:)
Views: 22871 Cygnus Destroyer
The Sega Mega drive/ Genesis arguably has a better library of 2p simultaneous/multiplayer couch co-op games than the SNES, and here we take a look at 50 of the greatest. Rules for making the games list are: PAL/NA games only, no Jap Megadrive exclusives (GA 3) / no Kor/Rus exclusives/ homebrews. No Sports games, they're a whole different kettle of fish. No lightgun games, not good for emulating and not much chance of you and a friend having the blue & pink justifiers. Must be simultaneous ,no tag team (WWF) or taking in turns. No Sonic 2 ,Tails is useless,a dreadful co-op game but brilliant 1 player ofcourse ! These are not listed in any particular order (too difficult to judge) but for what it's worth SOR2 would be my number 1 choice and had many hours of fun on SOR and Golden axe 1 & 2 too. *Spoiler - games in order of appearance* Toejam and Earl ,Battle toads Double Dragon, Streets of Rage, Sunset riders, Vapor trail, Bonanza Bros., Alien storm, Skeleton krew, Forgotten worlds, Captain America and the avengers, Adventures of Batman and Robin, Gain ground, Cadash, Snake rattle and roll, Bio Hazard battle, Contra Hard corps/ Probotector ,Cyborg Justice, Golden axe 2 ,Ren and Stimpy, Altered beast, Wonderboy 3, Lost Vikings, Streets of rage 3, Second samurai, Joe and Mac, Air buster, Crack down, Double Dragon, General chaos, Punisher, Pit fighter, Beavis and Butt head, Two crude dudes, Zoom, Blades of vengeance, Chaos engine, Toejam and Earl 2 panic on funkotron, X-men 2,Great circus mystery - Mickey and Minnie, Zombies , Teenage mutant ninja turtles Hyper stone heist, Gunstar heroes , WWf Raw ,Doom troopers , World of illusion - Mickey and Donald , Arcus Odyssey, Rolling thunder 2, Golden axe, Gauntlet 4 ,Streets of rage 2.
Views: 69342 CheesestringXX
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This is a video walkthrough / playthrough / runthrough / etc of Spider-Man and the X-Men: Arcade's Revenge for the SNES. Considering how many times I've played through this game, I'm still amazed I haven't figured out the usefulness of that one attack Storm can do...I know I don't complete her stages with flying colors, but at least I didn't lose a life...I guess I could have tried a bit harder, but oh well. With you being able to refill her "life" up rather easily, I guess you don't have to try too hard....
Views: 391037 SaikyoMog
FightCade X-Men vs Street Fighter peleas online CAN vs USA
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Hello. I am Dustin and today I'm playing X-Men 2 on the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. It's a well done gone with nice illustrations and level layouts. It does have a bit of learning curve and can be a little unforgiving, but however a pretty good game. In my opinion better than the First X-Men game on the Genesis/Mega Drive.
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GGPO Top Players Online Matches
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Mi tercer videojuego. ¿Cómo es posible que no encuentre en todo Internet la versión Europea para seleccionar una variedad de idiomas entre ellos el español? Pues nada... A jugar con la versión americana.... ____________________________________________________ My third game. I don't believe that I don't find on Internet the UE version for choose various languages (for example, spanish language). I played the USA version.
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Click "Show More" for track list and timestamps! Download the full soundtrack in .VGM format here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByppANKBZSvaNVhCcEF6WGZLVjg Use any of these to play VGM files: http://www.smspower.org/maxim/Winamp/InVgm http://www.foobar2000.org/components/view/foo_gep https://www.mathieudemange.fr/rymcast/ No channel visualizer this time. I tried, but making it work for a single 55 minute video proved too technically challenging and taxing for my computer. Instead, here's a mockup screenshot of what the game might look like within the Genesis palette and resolution specifications. 0:00 : Capcom Logo 0:07 : Title 0:34 : Password 1:29 : Opening Stage 3:47 : Vile 1 4:14 : Vile 2 5:45 : Zero 6:39 : Demo 8:16 : Stage Select 1 9:31 : Stage Start 9:41 : Launch Octopus 12:18 : Chill Penguin 14:19 : Flame Mammoth 17:13 : Boomer Kuwanger 20:34 : Sting Chameleon 22:21 : Spark Mandrill 25:03 : Storm Eagle 26:47 : Armored Armadillo 29:41 : Boss 1 30:07 : Boss 2 31:39 : Stage Clear 31:47 : Get a Weapon 32:45 : Stage Select 2 33:42 : Sigma Stage 1 36:31 : Sigma Stage 2 39:43 : Sigma Stage 3 42:16 : Sigma Stage 4 43:19 : Sigma 1st 44:19 : Sigma Rebirth 44:28 : Sigma 2nd 47:12 : Dr. Light 48:05 : Ending 49:53 : Cast Roll 52:35 : Staff Roll Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/savagedregime
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This is a vid of 100 Sega Genesis games as played on an original Sega Genesis, and recorded with a video capture card. There are already a number of these vids up, but not many of them that I've seen use the actual system. Most are running roms. BTW, there will be no rom begging or link providing on my vids. I play the real thing, and for the cheap cost of most of these you can too. don't give me that bulls*t about them being too expensive. I'm not rich, and yet I can afford it. Most of these are from my own personal collection, but some of them are from a few recent Ebay lots that I've purchased with intent to split up and sell, so I can't get too attached to them all. The first song is the America theme from Double Dragon 3: The Arcade Game. It's a so so game, but I've always really liked that theme. The second song is called R.A.V.E., and it's from Contra: Hard Corps. Awesome game. Hard, but awesome. Songs three and four are from Combat Cars. I haven't really played much of that one, but the soundtrack is rocking. Song Five is the ending theme from Sonic 2. Sorry to cut it off short, but I wanted to get the final song in there. Song six is the ending theme from Streets of Rage 2. It's not action packed, but I wanted to end it with a more nostalgic feel. A song that kind of sends you into a reflection. Sorry if you don't like my song choices, it's really hard to choose even a hundred songs to sum up an entire system, let alone a mere six of them. Also, some of the transitions are a little rough. I've been working on them. NOTE: I have no idea why the sound cuts out for Ranger X. I guess that game is just too bada** for music. NOTE number 2: I've noticed that I put a lot of fighting games in this vid. I tried to have as much variety as I could to even it out, but remember, the 16-bit days were the days when fighting games were huge. I wish I owned more Genesis Shmups though. Here is a list of the games: Adventures of Batman and Robin, The Aladdin Alisia Dragoon Altered Beast Ballz Batman Returns Battletoads/Double Dragon Beyond Oasis Bio Hazard Battle Bubsy II Castlevania Bloodlines Columns Combat Cars Comix Zone Contra: Hard Corps Death and Return of Superman, The Demolition Man Desert Strike Dinosaurs for Hire Double Dragon III: The Arcade Game Dynamite Headdy Ecco the Dolphin Eternal Champions Exile F-22 Interceptor Fatal Fury Flashback: The Quest for Identity Gargoyles General Chaos Golden Axe Golden Axe II Gunstar Heroes Jungle Book, The Jungle Strike Jurassic Park Kid Chameleon King of The monsters 2 Landstalker Last Battle Lethal Enforcers Lethal Enforcers II: Gun Fighters McDonald's Treasure Land Adventure Mega Turrican Mercs Might and Magic: Gates to Another World Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The movie Mortal Kombat Mortal Kombat 2 Mortal Kombat 3 Mutant League Football Mystic Defender NBA Jam: Tournament Edition Out of this World Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom Phantasy Star IV Pirates Gold Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure Primal Rage Ranger X Red Zone Ren & Stimpy Show Presents: Stimpy's Invention, The Revenge of Shinobi Road Rash II Rocket Knight Adventures Saturday Night Slam Masters Shadow Dancer Shaq-Fu Shining Force Shining Force II Shinobi III Skitchin' Sonic & Knuckles Sonic 3D Blast Sonic Spinball Sonic the Hedgehog Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Sonic the Hedgehog 3 Spider Man Splatterhouse 3 Street Fighter II: Special Championship Edition Streets of Rage Streets of Rage 2 Streets of Rage 3 Strider Subterrania Super Hang-On Syd of Valis Tecmo Super Bowl Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters Thunder Force II Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster's Hidden Treasure ToeJam & Earl: Panic on Funkotron Toy Story Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 Vectorman 2 View Point WWF Royal Rumble X-Men 2: Clone Wars Zero Tolerance
Views: 134361 teh2Dgamer
While trying to aqcuire the GameBoy Color roms for my Game Collection list and playing the games a bit, I thought that since I ended up finishing X-Men Mutant Wars I might as well go ahead and record a walkthrough. Here it is. I'm not as good as I was 9-10 years ago, back when reaching level 60 in the boss rush mode wasn't even a challenge, but I do my best to complete this game fast. The game is rather easy to complete with no hits, actually, but avoiding hits takes time and patience so I just breeze through the game using quick but somewhat dangerous tactics. I don't collect any of the side items or fight the endless hordes of enemies unless necessary, but I promise you: you're not missing anything. This is the game. At times it's almost comical.
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Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=JamesNintendoNerd Watch all Angry Video Game Nerd episodes https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2B009153AC977F90 Watch this video in higher quality https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0z4RFDHFQI&list=UU25-_5i19rPlLosl_h7G9Ow The Angry Video Game Nerd (Episode 25) Sega CD In the late 1980s, Nintendo was working on CD-based add-on for the current console, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. While initially partnering with Sony, they later tried it out with Philips. Even after both deals went south for Nintendo, Sega decided to try out the same kind of peripheral for their own system, the Sega Genesis (also known as the Sega Mega Drive). The first few years of the Sega CD seemed hopeful, with games that featured famous film actors and full-motion video. Initially, some people saw it as an evolution for video games, due to the games' advanced graphics and high production values. It wasn't long after the Sega CD was released, however, that people started realizing how unnecessary the add-on really was. Because the device was so unusual, it was hard to develop more "natural" video games, which is resulted in a slew of games known as "interactive movies." In this episode, the Nerd will delve into the library of the Sega CD and see why it was such a commercial failure. He'll cover many titles, some of which are classic genres you'd expect on the Genesis, while others are failed experiments at making a movie out of a video game. Even after all of financial trouble Sega suffered, they had no intentions to kill off the Genesis so quickly. Check out the next episode to see the even more controversial add-on, the ill fated Sega 32X: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VvR_3OTxs8A Visit our website! http://cinemassacre.com/ James Twitter! https://twitter.com/cinemassacre Mike's Twitter! https://twitter.com/Mike_Matei Our Google+ https://plus.google.com/+JamesNintendoNerd Our Tumblr! http://cinemassacreproductions.tumblr.com Our Facebook Fanpage! https://www.facebook.com/Cinemassacre Our Instagram! http://instagram.com/cinemassacre Support us on Patreon http://www.patreon.com/Cinemassacre Games in this episode: Ground Zero: Texas, Slam City with Scottie Pippen, Double Switch, Night Trap, Corpse Killer, Time Gal, Lethal Enforcers, The Adventures of Willy Beamish, Road Avenger, Jurassic Park, Prize Fighter, Sol-Feace, The Terminator, Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective, Dracula Unleashed, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Wonder Dog, Sewer Shark, Sonic CD Check out these other classic AVGN episodes! AVGN: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjUz8IT0CYg AVGN: Top Gun https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofM11nPzFo0 AVGN: Friday the 13th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1raUvGNbZFg AVGN: The Power Glove https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYDuy7wM8Gk AVGN: Bible Games https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkNvQYiM6bw AVGN: Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1tU61Nyv1w AVGN: NES Accessories https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kBMscW_dVg AVGN Batman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFvtk5toGJg AVGN: Ghosts N' Goblins https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94Y6y1MOoEo AVGN Tiger Electronic Games https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_u5dtBtG9yU #retro #retrogaming #nes #snes #jamesrolfe #mikematei #atari #playthrough #gameplay #gamereview
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This is a tool-assisted speedrun. For more information, see http://tasvideos.org/2172M.html. TAS originally published on 2012-11-29. Another game based on X-Men comics. In this movie, Nightcrawler walks through walls and mostly ignores bosses. The second player immediately suicides.
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A short look at the evolution of Iron Man games. List of games and their respective platforms: 1. Iron Man and X-O Manowar in Heavy Metal (1996) (PlayStation, Sega Saturn, Game Boy, Game Gear, DOS) 2. The Invincible Iron Man (2002) (GBA) 3. Iron Man (2008) (PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360, Mobile, PC) 4. Iron Man 2 (2010) (PS3, Wii, Xbox 360, PSP, Nintendo DS, iOS, BlackBerry) 5. Iron Man 3: The Official Game (2013) (Android, iOS) Evolution of X-Men games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Z12xKAvvd0 Evolution of Wolverine games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zluf4L6OU20 Evolution of Tomb Raider games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kol_QkA-HJ0 Evolution of Spider-Man games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=453Y7tkf6rA Evolution of Superman games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6p4RBsOhXFA Evolution of Batman games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ck0TOhX8YEk Evolution of GTA games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47bN33nQ-8A
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This is the X-men 2 Earliest build This build is before the game was even subtitled: Exo-Wars Apparently Cyclops and Gambit weren't even in the game yet, and the default character was Nightcrawler, Phylocke's controls are a bit slow, every character has changed sprites, Intead of jumping magnito floats for a limited time, everyones moves got changed besides Nightcrawler, if you find any other differences in the games just comment, this game can be downloded here: http://www.hidden-palace.org/?releases/1019
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Please download our latest retro Viking axe throwing game/app Save The Maiden from; https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gmidgeleyjja.stm&hl=en_GB or https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/heimdall-save-the-maiden/9nblggh5lwnn Retro Games Rule!
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Disclaimer: This video was created merely for the purpose of providing a techonological demonstration. None of these files were ever redistributed. Files were deleted once this video was completed. Please DO NOT ask me where to find these files or help on how to make these work on the emulator. Here is a quick demonstration of the Playstation Portable's (PSP) capabilities. This video was shot with a digital camcorder. I apologize beforehand for the amateurish quality. At times the video is off-centered -- so again, sorry :). I am using NJ's CPS2PSP v1.30, CPS2 emulator specifically coded for PSP. I'm amazed that all of these games are almost-arcade perfect -- I'd say they're about 98% perfect due to the fact that at times there are graphical glitches displayed on-screen. With that said, this is a handheld and it's amazing to see it handle these games I used to pour quarters in the arcades (I wish that I'd had this as a kid!). The sound quality is also dead on. The games displayed are as follows; X-men: Children of the Atom, then Marvel Super Heroes, X-men vs. Street Fighter, Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter, Marvel vs. Capcom. Enjoy!
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マーヴル・スーパーヒーローズ / Marvel Super Heroes (USA 951024) Capcom 1995 4,412,300pts (Wolverine) Player [email protected] 収録Ver mame32 0.61 Channel Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOtURX6SsicgFFGhSpZrk2g mame replay site http://replayburners.web.fc2.com/ マーヴル・スーパーヒーローズ 発売年：1995.11 開発／発売元：カプコン ジャンル：対戦格闘アクション コントローラ：8方向レバー+6ボタン システムボード：カプコン プレイシステム2（CPS2） CPU構成[68000, Z80] 音源チップ[QSound] 米国のマーヴル・コミックワールドの中から人気および知名度の高いスーパーヒーローが多数登場する対戦格闘アクション作品。同社「X-MEN」の続編という位置づけになっている。 ストーリー: 宇宙を構成する6つのエレメント、「時間(TIME)」「現実(REALITY)」「魂(SOUL)」「精神(MIND)」「力(POWER)」「空間(SPACE)」。それを司る6つのジェム(宝石)。すべてのジェムを得た者は神さえも超越する無限の力を手にすることができる。そう、無限の力、インフィニティ･パワーを。 [出典：マーヴル・スーパーヒーローズ 業務用販促チラシ(カプコン)] Marvel Super Heroes (c) 1995 Capcom Co., Ltd. 10 characters straight out of Marvel Comics prove their worthiness to meet Dr. Doom and Thanos. Includes special power-up gems that can be used and acquired during a match. - TECHNICAL - Capcom Play System II hardware (CP-S II) Game ID : CP-S II No. 12 Main CPU : 68000 (@ 11.8 Mhz), Z80 (@ 8 Mhz) Sound Chips : Q-Sound (@ 4 Mhz) Players : 2 Control : 8-way joystick Buttons : 6 =  LP (Jab),  MP (Short),  HP (Fierce) =  LK (Strong),  MK (Forward),  HK(Roundhouse) - TRIVIA - Released in October 1995. The game background is mainly inspired by the famous comic saga called the Infinity Gauntlet, published in 1991. This gauntlet is wielded by Thanos and allows him to use all the Infinity gems simultaneously. There are 10 characters available plus the 2 bosses which appears in different Marvel comic books : Black Heart - Daredevil #270 Captain America (aka Steve Rogers) - Captain America Comics #1 Doctor Doom (aka Victor Von Doom) - Fantastic Four #5 Hulk (aka Robert Bruce Banner) - Incredible Hulk #1 Iron Man (aka Anthony 'Tony' Stark) - Tales of Suspense #39 Juggernaut (aka Cain Marko) - X-Men #12 Magneto (aka Erik 'Magnus' Lehnsherr) - X-Men #1 Psylocke (aka Elizabeth 'Betsy' Braddock) - New Mutants Annual #2 Shuma-Gorath - Marvel Premiere #6 Spider-Man (aka Peter Parker) - Amazing Fantasy #15 Thanos - Iron Man #55 Wolverine (aka James 'Logan' Howlett) - Incredible Hulk #180 Marvel Super Heroes was released by Capcom in memory of ''Jack Kirby'' (aka 'The King of the Comics') [1917 / 1994] who was the most influential and respected illustrator and creator of comic books, at least of the super-hero/adventure variety. He was so important that, with that field now in recession, some are saying that when Jack Kirby died, he took the industry with him. Soundtrack releases: Marvel Super Heroes / Sony Records - SRCL-3448 - December 1, 1995 - STAFF - Planners : Takeshi Tezuka, Tetsuya Iijima, Tomichi, Kiyoshi Nishikawa, Kei Hiratou, Satoru Kimura Programmers : Tarabar Hori (Tarabar-Black), Aoi-Peach, Kaw-K. Marichan, Silver-Kadontz, Nobu-Sasami, Knishi- (MadDogMc), Pon, Dna, Frk, Yama, Tomohiro Ueno, Youji Scroll Designers : Konomi (Powerful Konomi), Buppo, Shibata Kayoko, Daisuke Nakagawa, Yumiko, Takapon, Akiko Matsunaga, Satomi Ishii, R.K, Yoichi Tanoue, M Music Composers : Takayuki Iwai (Anarchy Takapon), Yuki Satomura (Wewe), Tatsuro Zuzuki Sound Designers : Picard Mij, Satoshi Ise (Ayano), Ryoji Yamamoto (Ryoji) Sound Producer : Arcade Sound Team Voice Designers : Hiroaki Kondo (New-X?) Special Thanks : Takuya Shiraiwa (Mr. Shiraiwa), Alex Jimenez, Eric Luther (Eric Luthr), Phillp Reed (Phil Reed) - SOURCES - Game's rom. Machine's picture.
Views: 7456 Replay Burners
Subscribe for great justice! ► http://bit.ly/LJNDefender Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Games 2 is finally here! The sequel takes a look at the SNES movie game, The Fighting Edition, Zeo Battle Racers, both of the Game Gear releases, and Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue for the GBC. Grab your power morpher and shift into Turbo for a morpinominal good time. I've added the time codes to this and also the first video, because I know these are my two longest videos and not everybody has time to sit through a half hour video. One thing I forgot to mention. I used a Retrolink USB adapter when capturing the Game Gear footage that allowed me to hook up a Genesis controller to my computer, so it felt a little more authentic. As always, thanks for watching and/or subscribing! Power Rangers Zeo Battle Racers 0:54 Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue (Game Boy Color) 3:17 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie (Game Boy) 8:39 MMPR & MMPR The Movie (Game Gear) 16:01 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Fighting Edition 19:05 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie (Super Nintendo) 23:54 New to the series? Catch up from the very beginning with the Bucky O'Hare for NES review by clicking this link for the chronological playlist of all the episodes ► http://bit.ly/CygnusPlaylist Follow me on Twitter and Facebook: @CygnusDestroyer and http://www.facebook.com/CygnusDestroyer Cygnus Destroyer's Retro Reviews is a series devoted to all that is retro video games. From Nintendo's classic NES to the Sega Genesis and Master System to handhelds such as the Nintendo Game Boy and Sega Game Gear. If it's a retro video game, console, or accessory and I own it, there's a good chance it will show up on the series. Have a retro title that you'd like to see me review or a "bad" game that you'd want to see me give a fair trial on Innocent Until Proven Guilty? Feel free to suggest one in the comments. Also, if you want to know what video games I own, I keep track of most of my collection on Nintendo Age. Feel free to consult it when making a request: http://nintendoage.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Users.Games&User=CygnusDestroyer20XX As always, thank you for watching. Your support means the world to me:)
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A video of a hack I made showcasing a hidden debug Edit Menu in X-Men: Children of the Atom arcade. This cheat is included in the latest mame cheat file from http://cheat.retrogames.com/mame_downloads.htm
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So after a bit of a discussion with other devs. I've gone for the 32MEG ROM size limit. I'm looking to keep the game as close to the Sega CD version as possible. But sacrifices are going to have to be made due to the lack of ROM. I'm making edits to Stage 1, losing the main intro and lowering the resolution during cut-scenes. In game the video resolution is being kept at the same width as the original but I'm trimming several rows of tiles off the height to free up some ROM. I'm going to lose roughly a minute of stage 1 footage so will need to figure what I'm going to cut! So whats in this video? The very opening video and my first ever attempt at palette swap based animation :) Music will be VGM hopefully supplied by my collaborator buddy Alianger ☟Sharing☟ If you wish to share this video in forums, social media, on your website, *please do so*! It helps tremendously with the channel! ☟Subscribe☟ https://www.youtube.com/user/mattyrb?... ✊Support Me!✊ Please consider supporting the channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/matteusbeus ★Join me on Social Media★ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/matteusbeus
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Recorded from real Sega Genesis, Model 2 w/ASIC YM3438 +MegaAmp mod 00:00 Title / Kingpin 05:07 Story 06:19 City 07:46 Apartment 08:37 Warehouse 11:46 Sewer 13:52 Power Station 15:08 Central Park 17:35 Caverns 19:37 Good Ending 21:12 Continue / Bad Ending Composed by Mark Miller, Neuromantic Productions NOTES: Yes, this is my second upload of this. This one is much improved as I finally found a proper way to record the music. The death jingle isn't included this time around because, as I found out while hacking, it's technically a sound effect (and also is not easily triggered to record cleanly, so I left it out rather than having it messed up by the sound effects that inevitably continue going in the background). TECHNICAL: This game uses a unique sound driver that loads the entirety of a song into the Z80 RAM. This was an important discovery, because the actual game code is nearly impossible to trace without going insane. This fact allowed me to code up a custom sound test ROM that loads Z80 RAM dumps I made from an emulator. Like a save state, I restore these Z80 dumps into memory and reset it and the song magically plays uninterrupted. This is a big accuracy improvement over the last recording I made, which was crudely made by making VGM logs and intentionally crashing the game to keep sound effects from playing. If you are interested in any of this, download the player ROM and take a peek at the source code. Hopefully this ROM will be a big help in getting a proper VGM rip of this game made. Player ROM: https://mega.nz/#!JBAGRbab!v1_QAI8L_jC2Ji_iq9CcbnxHt-lEheC0be3WA7fITso This is absolutely one of my favorite Genesis soundtracks ever--hopefully my labor of love proves it!
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