Tuesday, June 26, 2012

A Brief Preview

The new Chronturbo is partially edited, but while we're waiting, I have a little preview.  I've worked up a new, hopefully cooler, intro for Chronturbo. Outer space is cool, right? I'm sure some tweaks will be made for future episodes, but here's the first version.



Probably the first thing I'll change will be the Alien Crush footage, which has a brief black screen as the ball moves between the top and bottom part of the table. This makes it look like a there's a glitch in the video.

11 comments:

elblanco said...
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elblanco said...

OMG you can't believe how excited I am for this episode.

Keep it up Dr. Sparkle! Chrontendo is easily one of the best things on the Internet.

ShaneWM said...

YAY

Skymaster T said...

Yes, Dr.s, outer space is cool. Maybe if you could add a couple planets and a nebula or two ;)

teknohed said...

CAN. NOT. WAIT!

Kevin "k8track" Moon said...

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I very much look forward to the new episode of Chronturbo. The revised opening is radical and totally tubular.

Canageek said...

Dude. That is one badass intro. Nice music, where is it from? Did you write/perform it?

Doctor Sparkle said...

Blogger catches most of the spam posts, but a few slip through, especially if they don't mention designer handbags or prescription drugs. The really generic ones usually don't get caught.

The Chronturbo intro music is from Lords of Thunder. Unlike Chrontendo, Chronsega and Chronturbo use appropriate console-based music.

Canageek said...

Well, it feels very 80s, and that is a good thing.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Chrontendo guy, I absolutely love your voice! You should do let's plays with it! Or rather, would it be okay if I could "impersonate" you while Let's Playing a Cartoon Network game? To keep with the Chrontendo theme, I would also like to know the song you use for Chrontendo's "game feature", the one with the bass.

Also, the next time you do a Chrontendo video about a game developed by TOSE, ISCO, or other lovely Japanese Contract Developers™, I would greatly appreciate it if you could open with the legendary line, "I've got 99 problems, but a Japanese Contract Developer™ ain't one". That would be absolutely beautiful, Sparukoru-Sama~

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