Hello there! You might remember me from such famous years as 2014 & 2015 where a day didn’t went when you didn’t have your RSS feed littered with Shiryu posts. But that was then and this is now. Oh I’m still very much around, but became a grand master lurker ninja around TAY and despite still reading what you guy…
Deck your hear with sounds of oldies,
‘Tis the Shiryu to be jolly,
With a new video game arrangement album,
Fa-la-la, la-la-la, la-la-la.
Double disc, fifty tracks of glory,
Something, something, something, chiptune...
Something, something, something, COMPLETE!
Truthfully I have always loved you, Wii U. you were my first and still only HD home console I own. Media wants me to believe you are a failed console, with just a bit over 10 million units sold worldwide. But I have never been much of a numbers man, else the soon to be 84 boxed titles on my shelf would prove the whole…
... on my bank account.
Twenty five years ago, there were lines forming up around Akihabara and bit all over Japan. The 16-bit upgrade for Nintendo’s Famicom was here.
It is with immense pleasure I bring you all today the final release of my insane 187 track Mega Man tribute project.
Welcome to a very unexpected second episode of BetaMax, your one stop TAY show all about game sin development. It’s ok if you don’t remember the first episode, I just don’t have many devs sending me press builds for me to take a spin. So... this is a TAY exclusive!
Today is not just another regular day. Today is the 20th birthday the PSX arrived in Europe. Along with it, a curious lunch title was on the lineup, Wipeout. A combination of “F-Zero” and “Mario Kart” with electronic dance music by both chiptune legend CoLD SToRAGE and big name artists Leftfield, Orbital and Chemical…
The accurate date for the 30th anniversary is on the 13th, but if Nintendo is releasing Super Mario Maker as the series 30th anniversary celebration today, then so am I, gosh diddly doddly darn it!
Howdy TAY folks! No, no I am not back from vacation yet, but I have such big announcements for you today that I “borrowed” *cough cough* some Wifi from the neighbours to tell you all about it...
Off I go once again to uncertain, Internet-less destinations. But not quietly, never quietly, never without some sort of TAY parting gift...
On the other side of the screen, it looks so easy...
The English translation of Itadaki’s Famitsu interview back in July 16 with Devil’s Third on topic has been publish in the his own Facebook page, bringing it’s insightful replies to the Western speaking world. Here it is in it’s full by using the power of copy+paste. Can you imagine living in a world without copy+paste…
Does the Devil truly holds up to his Third?
July 23, 1985. Please standby for the presentation of the new Amiga 1000 from Commodore Business Machines.
I noticed the most recent uploads at Nintendo Japan YouTube channel include this rather neat looking Devil’s Third trailer.
Gameplay video at last, final build gameplay video at last!
It’s currently in demo format, but it already speeds past all the right spots.