Arcade Sushi editor-in-chief Luke Brown is an experienced video game journalist who has contributed to Official Xbox Magazine and Games Radar. As ComicsAlliance's senior editor, he spends most of his time dishing on the latest action figures, collectibles, and gaming trends.
Splatterhouse Meets Metal (Final Battle Theme)
Things get real evil this week, as we turn our eye to the TurboGrafx-16 classic, Splatterhouse!
Konami Meets Metal (Theme Medley)
This episode, we mash-up the best of the best from Konami's catalog. From Castlevania II: Simon's Quest and the iconic 'Bloody Tears' to Rush 'n Attack's 'Main Theme', there's a lot of great chiptune tracks in Konami's catalog.
10 Hottest Scary Monsters in Video Games (The Rundown)
Sometimes you just want to bump uglies with the uglies that go bump in the night.
Apple iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3 Debut
Today, Apple announced two new versions of its incredibly popular iPad tablet.
Super Mario Bros 2 Meets Metal (Overworld Theme)
While Super Mario Bros. 2 may not be the best entry in the series, the main theme is as catchy as any other in franchise history.
10 Gnarliest Mortal Kombat Fatalities (The Rundown)
Get over here, and watch some of the best most disgusting fatalities ever brought to life. Or is it death?
Ducktales Meets Metal (Moon Theme)
Scrooge McDuck never heard a remix like this!
Batman Meets Metal (Streets of Desolation)
He is vengeance. He is the night. He is Batman. Now you can hear the iconic NES tune remixed and remastered on Meets Metal.
Win a Set of Gaming Shirts from Arcade Sushi and TeeFury
TeeFury's been pumping out video game shirts on the regular, but this week, we're teaming up with them to provide you a collection of gaming themed shirts.
10 Weirdest Video Game Commercials (The Rundown)
Back before video games were the mainstream, advertising companies clearly had very little idea how to advertise them.
20 Best Game Over Screens (The Rundown)
It's the one screen you never want to see when playing a game. However, sometimes the Game Over screen is a great visual with some cool flair.
Five Best Space Mans in Video Games (5×5)
In space, no one can hear you scream. Because it's a vacuum and there's no sound. So this episode isn't exactly scientifically accurate.