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Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Mitch Brutal Gaming Ep 9 - Mickey Mouse Legend of Illusion

The Mitch returns to review the last in the Mickey Mouse Illusion series. Does it meet the standards of the others? Find out as he looks at the Brazilian exclusive master system version.

Saturday, 27 August 2011


I'm thinking of making this whole piracy guides for retards thing a regular thing on this site. I'm not what you'd call a "pirate-fag" after all I buy physical copies of games all the time. Used copies most of the time but hey for every like 60 games I own 1 of those was bought new. I think.

Anyway UNREAL TOURNAMENT or UT as I'll be calling it from now on, is just another reason I wish I was more of a PC gamer. Originally released on 1999 only 10 days before Quake 3 Arena, it was another smash-hit for Epic Games, who you may know now for developing the Gears of War series. And you know something? I honestly feel like a idiot for not playing it sooner. I mean I'd seen it dozens maybe hundreds of times before in game-stores or online but I never gave it a try. Well thank FUCK I did because let me tell you...
(Looks pretty Warhammer 40K to me)

Seriously, it is everything and more that I want in an FPS. Lets list them shall we?

  • Cool weapons, each with an alternate fire.
  • Varied and unique stages, with even more through mods and user made one's.
  • Shitloads of modes of play and "Expansion Packs" to add even more.
  • A fairly active multiplayer community, even today.
  • None of this regenerating health bullshit, Healthpacks all the way.

All these and a bunch of other shit that I can't possibly convey in words are what make UT FUN AS FUCK! At least to me.


But lets say that you want to get in on this madness and gibb some motherfuckers too, well you can. You could of course buy one of the 50,000 re-releases of the game since 99, because it'll run on most any machine   made since. OR! you could download an "extended demo" from here. Either way hurry up, grab a copy and start fragging faggots.

(Simple logic, Shoot a guy in the dick and his head blows off)

Wednesday, 29 June 2011

FUCKAWESOME video-game music #2 Flailing my ARMs Wildly

Part 1. A little background

As much as I like JRPG's I'm not going to deny that they all kind of blend together. At least stylistically, what I mean by that is they all share similar themes and concepts. For example you are the hero who has a sword go kill this guy because he isn't the hero with a sword, the first female character you meet will probably be your love interest etc etc.

(Below a parody, but an example nonetheless of what I just said.)

Now of course this isn't 100% true. There are JRPG series that have a very different style and setting. Although I can only think of two off the top of my head. ATLUS' Shin Megami Tensei series, the persona series in particular, and the unappreciated Wild ARMs series by


I'll try and summarize. Wild ARMs was developed by and released on the original playstation in 1997 only 5 months before Final Fantasy 7. As such many people remember Wild ARMs as "that one game I played while I waited for FF7".

Honestly I'd say thats not a bad description, just from looking at screens of the game I'd say it has more in common with Final Fantasy 6, by that I mean it looks and plays alot like a SNES-era FF, as many PS1 JRPG's did.

The main concept (or gimmick as some call it) of the series is that most every game in the series is a JRPG in a Wild West setting, pseudo steam-punk bullshit almost and hey some people like that, not me but thats just how things roll you know, and even then the only thing particularly "western" about the first game was the inro which you've already seen, and the soundtrack produced by Michiko Naruke who also produced tracks for games such as Valis 3, Psycho Dream and even arranged several tracks for Super Smash Brothers Brawl.
(Michiko Naruke)

ANYWAYS. I said that Wild ARMs has FUCKAWESOME music. but before we jump into the fuckawesome you might want to check this out.

(Lone Bird in The Shire: Wild ARMs)

(The Ecstasy of Gold: The Good The Bad And The Ugly theme)

Ironic, ain't it?


Ok here's the thing. There are 5 main-line Wild ARMs games. At some point in 2006 someone said "How fucking metal can we make the music of Wild ARMs". "Oh you're making a guitar arranged album of the Wild ARMs? Thats cool we're gonna make a piano arranged album." And they did and those two albums were called "Wild Arms Music the Best: Rocking Heart", the guitar arranged album, and "Wild Arms Music the Best : Feeling Wind", the piano one.

Now I'm not gonna post the ENTIRETY of both albums, but I am going to post what I feel are the highlights. Really if you want to check em' out you can find them HERE and HERE, and you should they are both fantastic.

First up Rocking Heart.

(At the End of the Wilderness Ver. Detonator)

(Gunmetal Action)

(Gun Blaze)


Sunday, 26 June 2011

FUCKAWESOME video-game music #1 Set in Stone?

I haven't even given a shit about Harmony of Despair but HOLY MOTHERFUCKING SHIT THIS IS GREAT AND MY BODY WASN'T READY!
Castlevania Harmony of Despair OST - Heart of Fire (Theme of Julius Belmont)
This is actually a remixed version of music from the arcade game "Haunted Castle"

Listen for yourself

And a remixed version of the music from the Konami Famicom game "Getsu Fuma Den". Because for some CRAZY reason they put getsu fuma in the game as DLC. Weird.

And here is the Original.

Friday, 24 June 2011

Mitch Brutal Gaming Ep 8 - Ape Escape Review

Mitch talks about the classic Play Station 1 platformer Ape Escape for his submission to Asalieri's Wheneverthehell Reviewer Contest #4. Which means a considerable absence if swearing... waaaaa?

Mitch Brutal Gaming Ep 7 - Uncharted: Drake's Fortune Review and Why It's One Sweet Ass Game

Mitch reviews the high profile Playstation 3 exclusive Uncharted: Drake's Fortune.

Mitch Brutal Gaming Ep 6 - The Suffering Review (Don't Drop the Soap)

Mitch reviews a soon to be classic horror game. The 3rd Person Shooter Suffering.

Mitch Brutal Gaming Ep 5 - Spiderman and Venom Maximum Carnage Review and Megaman Legends

Mitch talks about the quirky SNES beet em up Spiderman and Venom Maximum Carnage and gives his thoughts on Megaman Legends.

Mitch Brutal Gaming Ep 4 - Cave Story Review and Why It's the BOMB

Mitch plays an indie game that makes him go into dance.

Mitch Brutal Gaming Ep 3 - Hell Forces PC Review

 Mitch talks about this quite frankly broken 1st Person shooter.

Mitch Brutal Gaming Ep 2 - Horror Game Recommendations

Mitch can't let go off Halloween as he recommends some of his favourite horror titles.

Mitch Brutal Gaming Episode 1 - Cold Fear Review

Mitch kicks off the show reviewing this awful horror game that actually looked quite good.

Friday, 11 March 2011

Mitch Brutal Gaming Ep 6: The suffering

Oh shit nigger we're talking about horror, again *sigh* well like I say in the video it's a good-un' this time, Surreal software's "the suffering" yeah good game but other than the canceled gamecube version there isn't much in the way of extra tidbits to post here.

 However I did manage to find an upload of the bonus "documentary" Prison is hell that comes with the game

The most I could find was some relatively cool fan art you can view here. granted some of the art there kind of misses the point or rather theme of the enemy's actually in the game but hey heres some music from the game so shut the fuck up and get scared.

Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Mitch Brutal Gaming Ep 5 Spiderman and Venom Maximum Carnage

Maybe it was my hype for marvel . Maybe it was me just being retarded. Either-way I ended up reviewing (for about 2 minuets) Spiderman and Venom: maximum carnage for the snes and megadrive. AND!.. watch the video thats all but look here for some free shit.

"Main theme/ Carnage rules"
Green Jelly version
SNES version

also after the video went live I found that the super-villain theme was a chiptuned version of the Black Sabbath song "Mob Rules". Here listen for yourselves


"Mob Rules"

Just because I love you so much here's some bonus BONUS shit

1981 "Heavy Metal (1981)" version of Mob rules

"Main theme" Spiderman and Venom: separation anxiety
this track is fucking amazing for the vanilla SNES soundchip