Press Start: Episode 44 - Becoming the greatest comic in the world

In this show, Omar Sattaur tried to become the greatest comic in the world in the game ‘Comic Quest’. After he fails that he decides life as a Pirate might be more suited to him, so he downloads ‘Pixel Piracy’. After embarrassing himself as a Pirate, Omar calls up Gareth Ladd Chelmsford’s Premier games collector to talk about another re-make in ‘Grand Thief Auto 5’ for the PS4.

There’s also news about a cool Gameboy-looking title called Roguelight, we’re you show off your skills on your bow and arrow - Omar failed on that too.

Press Start: Episode 43 - Cheating at Monopoly

'Zelda Monopoly' is out in North America next month - Omar tells us why he doesn't really care. We look at the perfect Kart/Wheels/Wing combo in Mario Kart 8. We look at exactly how 'BioShock' translates to an iOS device and take a dismissive look at the Microsoft's White XBOX One due out very very very soon.

Gareth, Chelmsford’s Premier Games Collector, made a special appearance to lavish praise on the remake of ’Last of Us’ on the PS4 and we discussed Capcom’s remake of a remake in ‘Resident Evil’.

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 ‘The Sega Genesis has Blast Processing!’ That was the gimmick Sega used to persuade gamers to buy its new console. All that processing power promised gamers the satisfaction of performing Liu Kang’s infamous Mortal Kombat II “fatality”, in which the character transforms into a dragon and devours the top half of his opponent, in 64 glorious colours accompanied by a menacing 16-bit soundtrack. No longer would players have to practise their moves at the arcade, they could now experience the thrill of claiming a victory over a friend at home. For me this is where the nostalgia of the Mega Drive/Genesis lies.
The plasticy 3-button controller, the incandescent glow of an old CRT television and the necessary blow of the cartridge before inserting it into the console are all important characteristics of that console; but it was experiencing it side-by-side with a friend that defined it.
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galaxynextdoor:

 ‘The Sega Genesis has Blast Processing!’ That was the gimmick Sega used to persuade gamers to buy its new console. All that processing power promised gamers the satisfaction of performing Liu Kang’s infamous Mortal Kombat II “fatality”, in which the character transforms into a dragon and devours the top half of his opponent, in 64 glorious colours accompanied by a menacing 16-bit soundtrack. No longer would players have to practise their moves at the arcade, they could now experience the thrill of claiming a victory over a friend at home. For me this is where the nostalgia of the Mega Drive/Genesis lies.

The plasticy 3-button controller, the incandescent glow of an old CRT television and the necessary blow of the cartridge before inserting it into the console are all important characteristics of that console; but it was experiencing it side-by-side with a friend that defined it.

See more from this artist at: 
visualclutter.tumblr.com
www.sammooreillustration.com

Follow on Twitter:
SamMoore1990