Kathryn and Myles shoot up space stuff in one of the ONLY Japanese Space Shooters for the Nintendo Gamecube, Ikaruga. The mechanics of this SHMUP are mind-melting. Ikaruga is the game that leaves you wondering if this is what having an aneurysm feels like.
Kathryn and Myles make things more difficult than they need to be as they stumble and crawl through World 4 of Super Mario Bros. 3. Will the giant versions of classic Mario enemies be too much for them to handle?
After Billy's girlfriend is murdered, Kathryn and Myles vow to avenge her by kicking the business out of the Shadow Gang. Will Myles' turbo controller be good enough to power through the platforming sections? Will Kathryn's wireless Nyko Mini Boss Controller make up for the fact that she hasn't seen the Double Dragon movie?
Big thanks to Andrew Lennie for running a solid show last weekend. This was the very first Tri-City Video Game Show.
Against their better judgement, Kathryn and Myles continue with Super Mario Bros 3 on the NES Classic Edition for Mario Mondays. Watch at your own risk!
This week for Mario Mondays, Kathryn and Myles take on Super Mario Bros. 3 on the NES Classic. It's Kathryn's favourite Mario game, and Myles' least favourite, but one thing they can agree on: they are both terrible at this game.
Kathryn and Myles are back with more PICTIONARY. Kathryn sketches some killer pieces, but will she be able to decipher the Surrealist Expressionism of Myles' hieroglyphics? WATCH AND FIND OUT!
Myles went to the brand new GTA Game X in Mississauga, Ontario to find some video games and check out the debut of the newest video game expo in Ontario.
This week, Kathryn and Myles play some multiplayer Game and Wario on the WiiU. Watch as they try to steal each other's melons and play a bit of Pictionary.
Kathryn and Myles test out Felix the Cat on the original Nintendo to see what all this hype is about. Felix offers a lot for being an original NES game with an interesting levelling system and gameplay that constantly evolves. It is one of the premiere platformers for the Nintendo and a must-have for any fan of the genre.
We are Myles and Kathryn from Flock of Nerds and we play random video games on random consoles...poorly. We also do some event coverage videos from conventions, gaming expos, and game swaps. We try to put out 2 videos a week: a Mario-related game play video for Mario Mondays and either a Game of the Week Let's Play or event coverage video on Thursdays