This month, the track listing was picked by Patron of the Oilhouse, Cassius335.
Also this month, Gruffy has had more coffee than is physically good for you.
Join Stu and Tricky as they reach episode 33 of Welcome to Kimia!
Wave 4 gave us some stone cold classic PCC toys, we'll ignore Skyhammer for now, it also gave us two classic teams for the 5 packs. This week we speak about the first one. (short intro this week)
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In the 1990's, you could not open a gaming magazine without hearing about Streetfighter II, Mortal Kombat or some other game that had cropped up in the arcade. Before then the home console market had always been decidedly separate from the arcade giants in terms of technology. If one think of an arcade game as a cinema release then the consoles and computers were definitely the videos (HA! videos). Sega had dominated the arcade port world with it's Megadrive console as it was really the only home machine powerful enough (at the time) to attempt to copy an arcade game, but Nintendo had an ace up their sleeve that would tip the scales of the home market almost completely. The Super Famicom was released in Japan and boasted a (mostly) vastly superior set of hardware to the Megadrive. Add to the fact that Nintendo were already very cosy with Capcom due to the Megaman connection and things were looking rather good for Nintendo's new machine.
With technical difficulties and illness abound, we scour the archives of Shut Up And Watch This and come up with... The Rock Lords Movie Comm!
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Well it's that time again. Today we're going to talk about the second and final Wave 4 2 pack.
Remember how I said that Wave 4 was when it got good? Well it kind of hits a speed bump with this weeks subject.