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Video Power - Part 6

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Published on Aug 28, 2010

This is a collection of just the reviews. I didn't care for the cartoon portion of the show. I recorded this at the time because I was fascinated that there was a TV show that talked about Video Games. My logic at the time was, this is rare. I better tape it because it probably won't happen again. Obviously I was wrong, but in this case I'm glad I was wrong.

Race Drivin - Arcade
G-loc - Arcade
Wrestlemania Challenge - NES
Mondu's Fight Palace - Sega Genesis
Atomic Robo Kid - Sega Genesis
Eswat - Sega Genesis
Word Wrestling Federation - Gameboy
Joe Montana Football - Sega Genesis
Double Dungeon - Turbografx 16
Bart Vs The Space Mutants - NES
Skate Or Die - NES
Captain Skyhawk - NES

Video Power is an American television series that aired in two different formats from 1990-1992 in syndication. Both formats revolved around video games, and actor Stivi Paskoski presided over both series playing video game master Johnny Arcade.

The first format of Video Power consisted of both live-action segments and cartoon segments from the Acclaim Entertainment-produced series, The Power Team. The cartoon was an adventure featuring Johnny Arcade and a team of heroes from different NES games released by Acclaim: Max Force, a policeman from NARC; Kuros, the knight from Wizards and Warriors; Tyrone, a basketball player from Arch Rivals; Kwirk, a tomato from the game of the same name; and Bigfoot, a monster truck that had its own video game. The main enemy of each episode was either Mr. Big and his thugs, Joe and Spike, from NARC, or Malkil from Wizards and Warriors. In the live action segments, Paskoski-in character- would review games that were currently out or forthcoming for consoles, as well as giving hints and tips for gamers that were having trouble achieving certain tasks in games. Viewers were also able to write into the show to receive hints.

For the show's second season which began in the fall of 1991, the producers of Video Power completely overhauled its format and turned it into a game show. Paskoski was joined by Terry Lee Torok, who served as his co-host and did more actual hosting that Paskoski did, and Steve Treccase, the former Remote Control keyboardist who served as the leader of an in-house band that was added to the show as well.

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