Cornshaq Presents Play It Through Uncut – Bad Street Brawler (NES); Exclusive to TFE

Bad Street Brawler, created by unknown “Beam Software” and published by Mattel and Mindscape, Inc. back in the good ol’ days of 1987 was one of the first ever video games in the “beat ’em up” class, and boy does that show. In this latest, exclusive video to TFE, Cornshaq plays through this game full of insane glitches and unintentional hilarity. Just watch as you glitch-walk yourself through waves of enemies while rocking the latest in fashions that the blind and deaf can get behind!

The game even was designed for some Power Glove action, so that pretty much writes its fate right there. How did the game fair in the harsh, real world? Not good, not good. Seriously, this game is bad, but luckily it is at least hilariously bad. Ever wanted a game with a molesting move as an attack? Now you have it! Excited yet?

Aside from beating up oddball pedestrians and gorillas in questionable ways, this game is not worth much of anything at all, let alone your money and time. But hey, you aren’t playing it — he is! He will gladly show you the “quirks” of this game by playing it in full whilst highlighting the game’s worst and even worser qualities, just by clicking that sideways triangle on the movie player! Enjoy!

Be sure to check out his YouTube page for more videos not yet released in full versions here on TFE. More are coming soon so be on the lookout!


One Response to “Cornshaq Presents Play It Through Uncut – Bad Street Brawler (NES); Exclusive to TFE”

  1. Destruction-Overdrive Says:

    He whole-heartly loved that game without an ounce of sarcasm. Made me lol.

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