FamiComplex TV is the continuing adventures of a classic game collector. Share in his obsession with the history of video games, console repair, collecting and restoration.
After six long months, FamiComplex Video Reviews is finally back! FamiComplex covers Ninja Warriors, an SNES beat-em-up. Was it worth the wait? Well, probably not. But it's back just the same! Also, because it's mind-meltingly awesome, here's the full live performance of "Daddy Mulk" by ZUNTATA in 1990. That badass shamisen solo gets me every time. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NteidGHXV7U
FamiComplex tackles the Make My Video series for the Sega CD. Spoiler alert: They're absolutely awful. Attributions, as promised: 26 Minutes of Fail/Win/Funny/Weird: Creative Commons Selection: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsHfV-Ns8Dg 43 Minutes of Epic Fail/Win/Luck - Creative Commons Compilation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okEmwaLUemU Fainting goats: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nxCqAYnLLQ The bump is back - dancing like it's an aerobics class: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LaCn0P-...
The battle between FamiComplex and Santa Claus continues, and FamiComplex reviews four more terrible Home Alone games. Special thanks to Matt Cruea for providing the voice of Santa Claus, Bethany Owens for helping with cameras, and to Video Game Wizards in Portland, OR for giving me a stack of terrible games for a fantastic price!
FamiComplex reviews Splatterhouse for the Turbo Grafx 16! Several free sound effects from Soundbible.com and a bit of free music from Incompetech.com were used in this episode. Special thanks to my cat, Flurry!
The very first Review A Bad Game Day special, FamiComplex reviews Action 52! Sorry about the delay, I swear this whole production was cursed. Lots of Cheetahmen and Action 52 info at http://cheetahmengames.com/, and check out the Cheetahmen II: The Lost Levels Kickstarter at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/343248998/cheetahmen-ii-the-lost-levels !
FamiComplex reviews three pirate Famicom games based on the 1997 film Titanic, and one bonus game based on Harry Potter! Special thanks to Matt Cruea for providing the radio voice used in the story scene! Get in the boat, woman.
FamiComplex reviews Mega Man Legends for the Playstation! With Mega Man Legends, Capcom threw out everything about the established series. Is it truly the stuff of legends, or just a pale shadow of its former self?
FamiComplex reviews The Legend of the Mystical Ninja for the SNES. Was the Ganbare Goemon series worth the wait, or should this have stayed in Japan?
FamiComplex TV reviews RetroUSB's PowerPak, the NES flash cartridge! Spoiler alert: it's awesome. CORRECTION: StarTropics is MMC6, not MMC5. This was a typo. Sorry for the framerate issues - this is a software problem on my end and is NOT caused by the PowerPak. How to modify a NES-Famicom adapter for extra sound channels: http://fami-complex.blogspot.com/2012/03/how-to-get-extra-sound-channels-from.html RetroUSB's PowerPak page: http://www.retrousb.com/product_info.php?cPath=24&products_id=34...
Update! SMBmovie.com's response to this review: http://fami-complex.blogspot.com/2012/02/yes-game-it-certainly-aint.html FamiComplex takes another break from game reviews to review one of the most controversial films in human history. Only one video this month? Well, it's almost twenty minutes long, so there!