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Mortal Kombat Retrospective: Mortal Kombat 1 and 2

A few more fights and fatality fails, as the TigerTails crew finish Mortal Kombat 1 and move onto Mortal Kombat 2. Bring on the popcorn.

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In a look back at the first few games of the epic franchise, TK Tiger, Xavier Wolf, Hedge Hog, Felis and Angel Darksong all get in on the action. Some random chat, old memories and much looking up the fatalities.

Credit music:
Fig Leaf Rag by Kevin MacLeod
Find at: www.incompetech.com

Mortal Kombat Retrospective; Mortal Kombat

Join the TigerTails crew as they boot up an old klassic. Mortal Kombat.



In a look back at the first few games of the epic franchise, TK Tiger, Xavier Wolf, Hedge Hog, Felis and Angel Darksong all get in on the action. Some random chat, old memories and much looking up the fatalities.

Credit music:
Fig Leaf Rag by Kevin MacLeod
Find at: www.incompetech.com

TigerTails Gaming plays Um Jammer Lammy; Stage 4

Join TK as he takes on the sequel to one of the best games on the original Playstation… Yes folks, TK is playing Um Jammer Lammy, aka Parappa the Rapper 1.5 (since PtR2 was on the PS2). This is the fourth video in the series, which sees Lammy take on the challenge of flying an aeroplane with Captain Fussenpepper. Yes folks, the plot of this game is as mad as it is fun… If fun’s the right word to use.

Next time, Lammy has to chop down a tree in the middle of a forest…

End credits music: Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)



TigerTails Gaming plays DuckTales Remastered

Join Hedgie as he enjoys a quick game of DuckTales Remastered on the PS3 while having a nice chat with TK. Two old farts, talking over a game. Good times.



TigerTails Gaming plays Um Jammer Lammy; Stage 3

Join TK as he takes on the sequel to one of the best games on the original Playstation… Yes folks, TK is playing Um Jammer Lammy, aka Parappa the Rapper 1.5 (since PtR2 was on the PS2). This is the third video in the series and we see what happens when someone eats a little too much pizza near a crazy midwife. We’re also treated to what could possibly the most scary and bizarre musical number in all of video game history… And it’s not even playable.

Next time, Lammy encounters someone with mental health issues and learns how to fly an airplane…

End credits music: Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

TigerTails Gaming plays Um Jammer Lammy; Stage 2

Join TK as he takes on the sequel to one of the best games on the original Playstation… Yes folks, TK is playing Um Jammer Lammy, aka Parappa the Rapper 1.5 (since PtR2 was on the PS2). This is the second video and in it we perform a nice number with Chief Puddle as he makes Lammy help put out a fire. We also watch the outro for the first level where Chop Chop Master Onion tells Lammy how to conquer her self confidence issues.

Next time, Lammy gets caught up in an afterschool sale, and has to help calm some screaming babies so they’ll go to sleep..

End credits music: Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

TigerTails Gaming plays Um Jammer Lammy; Intro and Stage 1

Join TK as he takes on the sequel to one of the best games on the original Playstation… Yes folks, TK is playing Um Jammer Lammy, aka Parappa the Rapper 1.5 (since PtR2 was on the PS2). This is the first video and it features the introduction cutscenes and the first level, where we perform with Chop Chop Master Onion as he teaches us all about the forthcoming game and what trials we shall encounter.

Next time, Lammy tries to make it to her gig on time, but has to help Chief Puddle to put out a fire.

End credits music: Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Beast’s Fury

Seeing as TK and Hedgie enjoy fighting games (expect some Mortal Kombat to be coming to this site soon, folks) we thought we’d take a moment to tell you about a new 2D fighting game that’s in the works. It’s called Beast’s Fury, and as you’d imagine, it features anthro animals duking it out for our entertainment and pleasure. I’ve not seen a game like this since Brutal: Paws of Fury on the Sega Mega Drive (and Mega CD) so I’m pretty happy to see this game appear on the landscape. The characters are drawn frame-by-frame (no crappy Flash motion-tweening here), and the work so far looks so good that I’m actually quite excited and can’t wait to get my hands on it.

At the moment, the guys making the game have started an IndieGoGo campaign to help get the game developed, and while they’ve gotten the $5,000 they are looking for to get things kicked off smoothly, they need far more to get the game out there. So this is where the people like you, yes you, come in. Have a watch of the video, and check out the campaign video – and if what you see tickles your fancy, throw them a few $s. $20,000 can get a working demo out there, so every little really does help.

You can visit the Beast’s Fury Facebook page here: http://www.facebook.com/beasts.fury

Check out the IndieGoGo page here: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/beast-s-fury-project

Head on over to their FurAffinity page and see other artwork and stuff here: http://www.furaffinity.net/user/beastsfurystudio/

Finally, you can watch the video below, and then pop over their YouTube page to see more things here: http://www.youtube.com/beastsfurygame

TigerTails Gaming plays Initial D Extreme Stage

Join Hedgie as he takes on the arcade drift racer Initial D Extreme Stage on the Playstation 3. Aided by the heckling voice of TK, our Hedgie faces off against the first 3 racers in story mode, as well as tackling the famed Mt. Akina’s downhill run in the car made famous by Initial D, the AE86 Trueno.

Featuring our best intro to date. Oh, hell yea! This is how you steal a game’s opening FMV for your own purpose!

TigerTails Gaming plays Street Fighter X Tekken

Continuing on from the epic defeat at the hands of Angel DarkSong during their Super Street Fighter IV game, Hedgie demands a change of game. Keeping with the Street Fighter theme, Street Fighter X Tekken is wheeled out. Claiming more experience with this game, Hedgie prepares to end the 100% losing streak and regain some face…

Does he? Watch and see…

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