Classic Game Room reviews the packaging from EA Sports FIFA 11 vs. Konami's PES 2011. Can you determine which is the better game from the packaging? The FIFA 11 vs PES 2011 debate raises many tempers as fans of both series claim theirs is the best, but what if the games were left to decide on their own? Who would claim victory? In a rare CGR Packaging Review exclusive we see which game claims victory in a FIFA 11 versus PES 2011 (Pro Evolution Soccer) video game showdown where the packaging and artwork decide on their own in a review.
Classic Game Room presents a CGR Packaging Review of RAMPAGE for the Sega Master System. This box is a bright colorful deviation from the norm when it comes to SMS Master System packaging and features the monsters from the game, Lizzie, George and Ralph!
Classic Game Room reviews Art of Fighting 3: The Way of the Warrior from SNK! Art of Fighting 3 for Neo-Geo CD was a 1996 release and the third and final game in the series. Beautiful art design and visuals, along with a cool "organic" style musical score, makes this a very classy fighter with traditional 2D style gameplay. This CGR review of Art of Fighting 3 for NeoGeo CD has gameplay from Art of Fighting 3 showing Art of Fighting 3 game play on Neo Geo CD in HD perfection.
Classic Game Room presents a CGR Packaging Review of RAIDEN TRAD for Sega Genesis showing the box and video game cartridge for the Mega Drive. Raiden Trad is a top down, vertical scrolling shooter (aka SHMUP).
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game packaging review of three Duke Nukem games for the Sony Playstation: Total Meltdown, Time to Kill, and Land of the Babes. While we have been waiting what feels like "forever" for another Duke Nukem game, it's still definitely worth flashing back a few years to dig up these rude and rambunctious action classics. Before diving into the reviews for these bad boys, we takes a look at the awesome packaging and quirky instruction manuals. Come get some! This review examines the packaging, cover artwork and instruction booklets for Duke Nukem: Total Meltdown, Duke Nukem: Time to Kill, and Duke Nukem: Land of the Babes with commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Ninja Gaiden for the NES. Released by Tecmo in 1989, this version on the Nintendo Entertainment System isn't a beat-em-up like the original arcade classic, but instead took the route of an intense side-scrolling platformer. One of the most beloved and feared games of its generation, Ninja Gaiden puts you in control of Ryu Hayabusa in a difficult battle against the villain Jaquio and his minions who strive to conquer the world. This video game review features Ninja Gaiden gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game packaging review of three console versions of Pac-Man games: Pac-Man for NES, Ms. Pac-Man for Sega Genesis, and Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures for Sega Genesis. Everyone's favorite pellet munching yellow orbs were not only arcade sensations, but had their fair share of play time on home consoles as well. It's interesting to see how the character design has evolved over the years, especially when comparing these three very different art styles. This review showcases the packaging and cover artwork of these Pac-Man games with commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game packaging review of the first three Castlevania games for the NES, from Konami. The Castlevania series has seen so many games released over the last 25 years, but the first three on the NES are very dear to the hearts of many old school gamers. Its gothic atmosphere made it stand apart from many other platformers of its time, so naturally the cover art goes along well with the dark horror theme. See Belmonts span across generations, along with creepy Draculas in the background, and these are definitely some classic covers to check out. This review features Castlevania cover art with commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Thanks to last Friday's Spike VGAs, we've now got new announcements and trailers to drool over for Dark Souls II, BioShock Infinite, The Last of Us, and The Phantom Pain! (OR IS IT METAL GEAR SOLID V?) Also, Destructoid announces their 2012 Game of the Year Nominees!
GameEx is a graphical DirectX based front-end for MAME , Zinc, Daphne, PC Games, and all command line based emulators, along with being a complete Home Theatre PC solution, especially when gaming is a priority or important. It also makes a good CarPC frontend. The original goal was for it to be used on Windows XP Media Center and also Arcade Cabinets . It will run on any version of Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP and Vista. You don't need Windows Media Center to run GameEx.
It has support for Ultimarcs J-PAC and ArcadeVGA, LCD\VFD Displays, the MCE remote control, Gamepads, full Mouse control, Widescreen displays, Vertical (rotated) displays , volume control, Music playlists and a fully functional Jukebox including visualisations and support for ogg, mp3, wma, m4a and flac . Music can be played and controlled while playing games. Also features a Video Player including aspect control, resuming of videos at a later date, play all and play all randomly features Internet Radio tuner (asx, pl, m3u, wma), Picture and Slide show viewer, Ebook and Comic Book reader, CD Player and CD Ripper with Automatic lookup of CD title and track information from the Internet, News Reader (RSS 1 & 2), and should work with HotRod and X-Arcade, SlikStik/IPAC controllers. It has support for playing MAME and other emulator game videos (avi, mpg, mng) for the selected game while navigating the lists. GameEx also features a multi process based attract mode, that keeps launching different games. It supports multiple languages, and themes with built in theme editor including the ability to have animated backgrounds using avi or mpeg files. The application is highly configurable via the use of an included configuration tool with help and explanations for most settings, although GameEx can also be up and running within a few minutes.
GameEx features a DVD Player (complete menu and chapter navigation) with support for FFDSHOW, a DVD's module allowing playing DVD's stored on your hard disk and an all formats Video Player both with automatic box art download. These features have an on screen display, have support for various aspect ratios, and can be controlled with a Gamepad, Arcade controls, remote control and keyboard (you can navigate a DVD's menu and chapters with all devices) The Video module can also play DVR-MS using FFDSHOW (on Windows XP). Videos and DVD's can also show at ArcadeVGA resolutions on an Arcade Monitor at the correct aspect ratios. NOTE: DVD Software, Codecs/FFDSHOW required. Snap shots can also be taken for all of your videos/movies, and this is now stable with version 4 and above.
Registered users will also be able to use GameExtender GameExtender is like a networked LCD display for GameEx but for a real PC Display or TV, it can also be viewed through a web browser.
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Check out a film with a new take on the 'pursuit of happiness'. EUPHORIA is out-of-the-box art and science film that asks: In a country built for the pursuit of happiness, is it working? Are you happy? See more at THEEUPHORIAPROJECT.COM
Our resident "Angry Gamer", Elysse, schools us on why you need an old TV to play an Atari game, as well as how misleading box art really used to be.
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A video showing the best games of 2010 (most upcoming, some already released).
You'll see both the box art and an in game screenshot.
I missed a few games like Silent Hill by accident. Sorry about that. Also I did not include the rumoured games. They will be on a different video and I'm currently working on another psp video at the moment and am therefore unable to take requests for the next few weeks.
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Anyway, hope you find this video helpful. (keep in mind I did NOT include psp minis except for Minigore because it's unconfirmed as to whether it will be a digital-only download or not). And this video was made before E3 so if you watch this after E3 and see missing games, that's expected!
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How Eutechnyx came up with the box art for NASCAR The Game 2011. How about you? Will you vie in line for this game on day one?
Kung Food review. Classic Game Room reviews KUNG FOOD for Atari Lynx released in 1992! KUNG FOOD is a side scrolling beat 'em up like Streets of Rage with a green giant who fights mutated vegetables in a freezer! While Kung Food has some rocking intro music and great box art the game falls flat because of terrible hit detection and lackluster gameplay. Worthy of collecting because of its quirky theme, odd visuals and bizarre premise, don't pay much because it really isn't very good. CGR Kung Food video review features gameplay from Kung Food on Atari Lynx.