Win a Stake in POWERBOMB on IndieGoGo!
POWERBOMB is described as “wrestling meets Misery” and will star indie wrestling phenom Matt Cross AKA Son of Havoc. It needs our help to reach its crowdfunding goal and we are giving one person a free $50 pledge to the film which includes a Powerbomb shirt, enamel pin social media shout out, Powerbomb sticker and a credit in the film!
All you have to do is email us and say hi at retrosuperplex at gmail.com with the title “Powerbomb Contest” before 10PM EST on May 4th. One entry per person.
In the meantime, why don’t you go check out the crowd funding campaign and give them some money just in case you don’t win?
JINDER MAHAL?! But… JINDER GODDAMN MAHAL? Nevermind, no, that’s not why we’re here. It’s been 100 EPISODES and so Martin and Justin are off to talk about one of their favorite topics: RETRO GAMING.
More specifically, in the wake of the VERY varied opinions on how Yooka Laylee is great because it’s so retro or HORRIBLE because it’s so retro: what do people WANT in retro gaming experiences anyway? Do we want games that are painstaking in their dedication to produce an experience IDENTICAL to games we played 20 years ago? Or would we prefer games that push the nostalgia buttons but introduce refinements and development tricks that have occurred since we thought the N64 controller was a good idea? Do we want brand new games that play like old games or remakes of old games?
Let us know on the Twitter machine @MartinNLS and @8BitAnimal
Music comes courtesy of Barry Leitch!