Thursday, December 30, 2010

BOOTLEG SHIT: Xiang Jiao Chuan (Super Donkey Kong) (Famicom)

Yes folks. Sadly, the last two episodes of AKI Pro
Wrestling 64 have been pushed to January 2011.

But to make up for that and to celebratethe new year
as well as the release of Donkey Kong Country Returns
for the Wii, here's a BOOTLEG SHIT review of Xiang
Jiao Chuan a.k.a. Super Donkey Kong for the Famicom.

Hope you have a wonderful 2011 and stay tuned for more
of my reviews and other videos in the future!

Friday, November 26, 2010

AKI Pro Wrestling 64: Episode 2 - WCW/nWo Revenge (1998)

A little delay, but here it is. Episode 2 of AKI Pro Wrestling 64. Today's episode covers the best WCW game ever made, WCW/nWo Revenge. What makes it top all the other WCW games? Find out in this review!

And yeah, I made a little error in the very beginning when I said this was Episode 3. Sorry about that. ^^;

Anyway, hope you enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving!

Complete Roster:

--nWo Hollywood--
"Hollywood" Hulk Hogan
The Giant
Brian Adams
Scott Hall
Scott Norton
Buff Bagwell
Eric Bischoff
Scott Steiner
Curt Hennig

--nWo Wolfpac--
Kevin Nash
Lex Luger
Macho Man Randy Savage

--Raven's Flock--
Scotty Riggs
Sick Boy

Roddy Piper
Diamond Dallas Page
Bret Hart
Chris Benoit
Rick Steiner
Fit Finlay
Booker T
Disco Inferno
Jim Neidhart
The British Bulldog
Van Hammer
Kanyon / Mortis
Yuji Nagata
Larry Zbyszko
The Barbarian
La Parka
Stevie Ray
Chris Jericho
Eddie Guerrero
Rey Mysterio, Jr.
Dean Malenko
Juventud Guerrera
Último Dragón
Chavo Guerrero, Jr.
Alex Wright

--Empire Wrestling Federation (EWF)--
AKI Man / THQ Man (Mitsuharu Misawa)
Shogun (Toshiaki Kawada)
The Executioner (Kenta Kobashi)
Dr. Frank (Jumbo Tsuruta)
Jekel (Steve Williams)
Maya Inca Boy (Akira Taue)

--Dead or Alive Wrestling (DAW)--
Hawk Hana (Genichiro Tenryu)
Kim Chee (Koji Kitao)
Dake Ken (Atsushi Onita)
Brickowski (Mil Máscaras)
Ming Chee (Tarzan Goto)
Han Zo Mon (Hayabusa)

Thursday, November 11, 2010

AKI Pro Wrestling 64: Episode 1 - WCW vs. nWo: World Tour/Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 (1997)

I am terribly, terribly sorry for the long delay. There were a lot of things I needed to fix on this review and Windows Movie Maker kept fucking up on me and as a result, this wasn't uploaded on October 27th as I originally planned. But I'm sure you guys are happy that the video is finally up regardless of the delay.

This episode covers Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 and WCW vs. nWo: World Tour.

To be honest, this review didn't come out as good as I wanted it to be and I think I over-analyzed the games a bit.

Anyway, hope you enjoy!

Complete Roster:

WCW vs. nWo: World Tour:

Lex Luger
The Giant
Scott Steiner
Rick Steiner
Ric Flair
Último Dragón
Dean Malenko
Eddy Guerrero
Rey Mysterio, Jr.
Chris Benoit
Steven Regal
Diamond Dallas Page

Hollywood Hogan / Hulk Hogan
Fake Sting
Buff Bagwell
Eric Bischoff
Scott Norton
Kevin Nash
Scott Hall
Randy Savage

--DoA (Dead or Alive) [DAW]--
Sumo Jo (Genichiro Tenryu)
Kim Chee (Koji Kitao)
Blackheart (Tarzan Goto)
Puchteca (Atsushi Onita)
Hannibal (Hayabusa)
Powder Keg (Kodo Fuyuki)
Dim Sum (Gedo)
Saladin (Abdullah the Butcher)
Ali Baba (Tiger Jeet Singh)

--IU (Independent Union) [ILW]--
Black Ninja (Great Sasuke)
Shaolin (Jinsei Shinzaki)
The Unknown (Super Delfin)
The Claw (Gran Naniwa)
Black Belt (TAKA Michinoku)
Paco Loco (Dick Togo/Men's Teioh)
Shaman (Shunji Takano)
Master Fuji (Yoshiaki Fujiwara)

--"Nothing" league/Legends you unlock from Whole World Wrestling--
Joe Bruiser (Muhammad Ali)
Black Widow (Manami Toyota)

Virtual Pro Wrestling 64:--WCW--
Lex Luger
Rick Steiner
Diamond Dallas Page
Dean Malenko
Chris Benoit / Pegasus Kid / Wild Pegasus
Ric Flair
The Giant
Scott Steiner
Steven Regal
Rey Mysterio
Eddie Guerrero / Black Tiger II

Hollywood Hogan /Hulk Hogan
Kevin Nash
Scott Norton
Randy Savage
Eric Bischoff
Scott Hall
Buff Bagwell

--NSW (Neo Strong Wrestling)--
Riki Chōshū
Tatsumi Fujinami
Shinya Hashimoto / Naoya Ogawa
Keiji Mutoh /Great Muta
Masahiro Chono
Jushin Liger
Shinjiro Otani
Kensuke Sasaki / Power Warrior
Shiro Koshinaka
Junji Hirata / Super Strong Machine
Kazuo Yamazaki
Hiroyoshi Tenzan
El Samurai
Koji Kanemoto / Tiger Mask III

--EWF (Empire Wrestling Federation)--
Mitsuharu Misawa / Tiger Mask II
Toshiaki Kawada
Kenta Kobashi
Jumbo Tsuruta
Steve Williams
Stan Hansen
Jun Akiyama
Akira Taue
Johnny Ace
Masanobu Fuchi
Gary Albright
Hiroshi Hase

--WOU (Wrestle Of Universe)--
Nobuhiko Takada
Yoji Anjoh
Akira Maeda
Volk Han
Masakatsu Funaki
Ken Shamrock
Masahito Kakihara
Yoshihiro Takayama
Kiyoshi Tamura
Dirk Vrij
Minoru Suzuki/Guy Mezger
Bas Rutten

--DAW (Dead of Alive Wrestling)--
Genichiro Tenryu
Koji Kitao
Atsushi Onita / W*ING Kanemura
Kodo Fuyuki
Big Van Vader / Bam Bam Bigelow / Aja Kong
Abdullah the Butcher
Último Dragón
Tarzan Goto
Gedo / Jado
Hawk / Animal
Tiger Jeet Singh

--ILW (Independent Local Wrestling)--
Great Sasuke
Super Delfin
TAKA Michinoku
Shunji Takano / Great Zebra
Jinsei Shinzaki / Hakushi
Gran Naniwa
Dick Togo / Men's Teioh
Yoshiaki Fujiwara

Antonio Inoki / Muhammad Ali / Chuck Wepner / Mike Tyson
Giant Baba / Giant Zebra
Rickson Gracie
Terry Funk
Tiger Mask / Kuniaki Kobayashi
Mil Máscaras
André the Giant / Giant Machine
Seiji Sakaguchi
Bruiser Brody
Maurice Smith / Gerard Gordeau / Andy Hug
Dory Funk, Jr.
Dynamite Kid
Dos Caras
The Destroyer
*Manami Toyota

Monday, October 18, 2010

AKI Pro Wrestling 64: Introduction & Origin

Yes, folks. IT'S FINALLY HERE! After over an ENTIRE YEAR OF WAITING, my very first special review is finally here!

AKI Pro Wrestling 64 is an episodic special review that covers all the wrestling games on the Nintendo 64 that were developed by AKI Corporation (now Syn Sophia, Inc.) and published by Asmik (in Japan) and THQ (in the U.S.). Some were based on World Championship Wrestling (WCW) (now defunct), some were based on the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) (now World Wrestling Entertainment [WWE]), and some were based on various Puroresu (Japanese wrestling) promotions.

This series contains some of the greatest wrestling games of all time:

-Introduction (& Origin) - Virtual Pro Wrestling (1996) and WCW vs. The World (1997) for the PlayStation
-Episode 1: WCW vs. nWo: World Tour/Virtual Pro Wrestling 64(1997)
-Episode 2: WCW/nWo: Revenge (1998)
-Episode 3: WWF WrestleMania 2000 (1999)/Virtual Pro Wrestling 2(2000)
-Episode 4: WWF No Mercy (2000)

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Blog Review: Sonic Classic Collection (Nintendo DS)

Welcome to the very first blog review from AllieRX. Since it's gonna take a while for my AKI Pro Wrestling 64 to be released, and since it would take longer to finish if I made another video review before I even finish, I thought it would be a good idea to do blog reviews in the meantime. And my first choice for my blog review is none other than Sonic Classic Collection for the DS.

I did this because I got so many requests from comments on my Sonic the Hedgehog Genesis review since DS emulators are pissing me the fuck off and since I don't have a good camera (although I THINK my iPhone, which I just got, MAY actually record DS gameplay footage in good quality), the best way for me to do this is via a blog.

Anyway, let's get on with the review. It's not gonna be too long though.

To recap a bit from my Sonic the Hedgehog Genesis review, I said that I've always wanted to play Sonic 1 on the go, but as you know....THE GAME FUCKING SUCKED! And at the end of the review, I recommend either the Sega Nomad version (despite it's HORRIBLE battery life) and Sega Genesis Collection for the PSP for the best portable versions of Sonic 1. Well now there's another way to play a good portable version of Sonic 1, and it's on the Game Boy Advance's successor, the Nintendo DS.

In Sonic Classic Collection, not only do you get to play Sonic 1 on the go, you also get to play Sonic 2, Sonic 3, Sonic & Knuckles, and all of the lock-on games (EXCEPT Blue Sphere) when you insert Sonic 2 or Sonic 3 on the Sonic & Knuckles cartridge. All for the affordable price of $19.99 (That's the price now, but it was $29.99 when I got it in March). You also get to see some illustrations of the Sonic characters and play the game in different languages, but obviously that's not why most of us wanted this game. I just wanted to throw that in there.

Unlike the GODAWFUL GBA port of Sonic 1, all of these games are emulated and yes, it plays REALLY well. The emulation isn't perfect though, as there are some extremely minor framerate drops, minor glitches, and some of the BGM in certain Sonic games are a little different, but it's LEAPS AND BOUNDS better than what Sonic Genesis on the GBA pulled off, with its HORRIBLE lag, glitches left and right, and PAINFUL remade music.

Also, I think the minor glitches kinda help a little in the special stages of Sonic 2, 3, and Sonic & Knuckles. Not that they were bad or anything on the original Sega Genesis (MegaDrive if you live outside the U.S./Canada/Puerto Rico), but they were some pretty hard bonus stages, especially the annoying spike traps in the last two special stages in Sonic 2.

Other than that, it's pretty much the same Sonic games you've played on the Genesis/MegaDrive, so it's guaran-damn-teed that you're gonna enjoy it. Hell, I've been playing this game a lot....that was until bought Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride - Card Battle Taisen, but that's beside the point. I highly recommend it for all Sonic fans alike and I give this game a Gold.

Anyway, hope you enjoyed reading my blog review and there will be more blog reviews in the neat future, so stay tuned.

AKI Pro Wrestling 64 Trailer

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Welcome To The Official Blog of AllieRX Entertainment

Again, welcome. For those of you who don't know me, I'm AllieRX, creator of AllieRX Entertainment. I am a well known vlogger on YouTube who makes videos such as game reviews like AWFUL GAMES, BOOTLEG SHIT, and What Wii SHOULD Play. I make videos (as well as blogs and other things) for fun and entertainment. So far, I've been pretty successful on that site, with over 3,300 subscribers and over 200,000 channel views, which is good for someone who isn't a partner, doesn't get promoted by a big company, isn't rich, doesn't compete with anyone, and isn't even a celebrity. I'm a regular person just like each and every one of you and to me, that amount of subscribers and viewers is a pretty big accomplishment.

This isn't the first time I've made a blog. I've made one before on this same site, but I rarely used it and I didn't feel like putting anything there. This time, it's gonna be different. What I'm gonna do is post blogs here and on my Facebook fan page since I've been using that site a lot lately. And I will probably post some status updates from that page as well and maybe from my Twitter page also.

And....that's basically all I'm gonna do here.

Anyway, I'm gonna give you a little guide to my blog. First off, on the top middle right of this page, you will see an RSS Feed of my YouTube videos. There's also a blog archive there so you can see all the past posts. On the very bottom of this page, you will see the Facebook "Like" Box of my fan page and my Twitter widget right next to it. For the Facebook one, all you have to do is click on the "Like" button and you'll be able to most on my wall, discussion, and post links, photos, videos, and more, but you need to log on first or register for an account if you don't have one. Same goes for Twitter, but for my Twitter box here, you need to click on my username and then click Follow on the bottom of my avatar/icon. If you don't want to sign up for Facebook or Twitter, then that's ok. You may not be able to post anything or reply to me, but both pages are public so you can see them even if you don't have an account.

As for commenting on my blogs, the great thing about this site is that not only is it public, but you're able to post comments on this site EVEN WITHOUT A BLOGGER ACCOUNT, so that's pretty cool.

Anyway, that's all I'm gonna post for today. Be sure to check out my videos on YouTube and follow my Facebook and Twitter for updates and more.