Retrospekt's Video Game Haiku is back again next week. Here's a look back at some of our previous retro game haikus, as well as some good/bad game ads :) Feel free to send in your suggestions for future Haikus via the contact form in the post!
Before Good Game, before Attack of the Show, before GameCenter CX there was a video game show on national television in Australia called The Zone. The video above is a recording taken at PAX Australia 2013 featuring screening of 3 episodes of The Zone including a Q&A session with one of the folks who were on the show; Richard 'Bev' Parnell.
Greetings and salutations, episode nine is here! Mike's always wished that Space Jam had some werewolves in it so this week he takes a look at Basketball Nightmare, delves into the product placement of McDonald's Treasure Land Adventure and Jackie's some Chan in Jackie Chan: Fists of Fire.
Eighter's gonna eight as we hit the eighth episode of Retrospekt Video Game Haiku season 2. This time Mike channels his inner Bon Jovi for Wild Guns, spins some webs in Maximum Carnage and IS THE LAWWWWW for Judge Dredd.
Wood and Chris go retro video game hunting with a bunch of new friends. Joined by Aaron from RetroLiberty and his friend Elizabeth on commentary, this episode is a blast! Rare games? Laughs? Sexiness? This Episode has it all!
Welcome to another week of haiku funkiness! Watch as Mike tests his poetry skill with an F-Zero game as well as a different kind of Sonic the Hedgehog title and crawls through some dungeons in the classic Moria.
Something different to start week six of the Retrospekt Video Game Haiku show, Mike shows the world one of the oldest games he owns. The gameplay may be lacking but the graphics look incredible. We then move on to the putrid fighter Tattoo Assassins, make our main screens turn on for Zero Wing and remember the traumas of the Wonder Boy theme.
Episode five is here, and what better way to start than Mike talking about everyone's favourite game...Superman 64. He then vents his Goldeneye frustrations and revisits an emotional subject; Mega Man 64.