Archive for the ‘Kerosene Games’ Category

Recently I bought Zombie Army Trilogy on sale and so far I don’t regret it. I was trying to figure out the game without looking at the controller layout, I was successful for the most part -except not knowing how to set off the dynamite and melee. I am much better now with that knowledge, but regardless I hope you enjoy my effort.


I forgot to post this article when I posted the video to YouTube, the audio for my commentary malfunctioned, but the mute is always an option. I came across this game by a rare circumstance -it was downloaded to my Xbox One without my knowledge. I was not charged for the game. I looked it up and there were a few reasons that seemed legitimate, but I’m not sure why it happened. However I used it to my advantage and created a short video. Enjoy.

I set out to earn the “Enjoy Your Stay” Achievement, various online problems prevented me from doing so. Would I finally get it? Or, will I fail for another day? Audio cut out at the end, so ‘thank you for wat” apparently.

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is the third and final game I bought during the current Xbox sale, so far it is pretty good. Took me a little bit of the video to get my aim, however, once I did it was headshots galore, not bad for my first time through. Though I usually get a lot of headshots regardless. Enjoy! If you want to subscribe you can do so here


Xbox is having a sale on all games that are currently reverse compatible on the Xbox One. I decided to get in on it, Eat Lead was the first game I played of the three I downloaded. I have one other video going up right now for another game and will most likely be recording for another either tonight or tomorrow. Eat Lead is a decent shooter that I felt left out features just so the writers could make jokes about them, like not being able to throw grenades back at enemies -or the fact that you can’t throw grenades at all- the lack of grenades was kind of a downer. It is still and enjoyable game at a decent price, so if you have a few bucks I’d say try it out. I played up until the end of the first “boss” battle. Thank you for watching!



I didn’t know what to expect from the Giana Sisters as I never played The Great Giana Sisters on the SNES. So far it’s not so bad, controls feel solid, but I can’t help but feel like something is missing, what it is I have yet to figure out. I really like having the ability to switch between dimensions, adds depth to the platform genre. Here is a clip of the first few levels, it was my first time through, I left in my trial and error moments, which for the sake of the videos I’ll probably be editing those out -unless you like seeing me screw up of course- Enjoy and thank you for watching!

Stuntman: Ignition is the second game I downloaded on the Xbox Store during their sale. If you have played any of the other Stuntman games, you will know what to do, it is not a hard game to figure out, and there are rehearsals to improve your skills. You have to be perfect to get 5-stars and even getting 4-stars can be complicating. I haven’t played a Stuntman game since the PS2, so it was pretty neat to meĀ  The controls are decent, pretty basic and you’ll probably only use two or three buttons each race, though the action button seems to be a bit off at times. If you have a few dollars, like games that involve driving and trial and error, I’d recommend picking it up.