Fleesh, a duo of some sort, doing a nice studio cover of Renaissance's Ashes are Burning, with some nice Beardfish-esque electric guitar parts. I'm trying to ignore that the multi-instrumentalist looks like one of the Young Bucks' Jackson brothers.
The Hammerheads setting included in the Cortex Prime corebook is a natural disaster mitigation/search and rescue/etc. setting if you'd like something non-violent but where you still feel like you're making a difference.
Plays fine on my Xbox One X, and on a friend's PS4 Pro. It seems to be designed for the half generation point, rather than last gen or next gen. There are still noticeable bugs, but along the lines of most Bethesda titles. So I'm used to that.
The only connection is that the production companies had to pay Warner/DC a licensing fee to use the name. "Cobra Kai" avoids that altogether. At this point, I'm surprised they didn't rename "The Karate Kid" to "Cobra Kai: Origins" to put an end to those fees.
I watched this after the Netflix jump. The franchise I didn't know I needed. Part CW drama/part adult who watched the movies nostalgia.
Now I'm depressed that I finished both seasons. Decide to watch Karate Kid, only to find out it's gone from Netflix and CBS AA. Showtime exclusive at the...
Generally better known for the soft rock hit "Lady in Red", Chris DeBurgh started out as an art rocker in the vein of the Moody Blues or Supertramp. He did a couple of small suites such as The Revolution/Light A Fire/Liberty which closes out his 1982 album The Getaway (same album as MTV hit...