Star Wars Demolition review. Classic Game Room reviews STAR WARS DEMOLITION for Sega Dreamcast from Lucas Arts and Activision released in 2000. Star Wars Demolition is a vehicular combat game featuring several vehicles and characters from the Star Wars Universe like the AT-ST, Snow Speeder, Boba-Fett and the Rancor (from Return of the Jedi). Battle vehicles in Star Wars themed environments like Yavin 4, Hoth, Naboo and Cloud City. Star Wars Demolition is a good looking game with some cool cut scenes and vehicles but falls short in the controls department which make playing the game less fun that it could have been. There are local multiplayer options and a variety of battles but compared to more recent releases such Star Wars Battlefront 1 and 2, Star Wars Demolition is best left in the bargain bin. CGR Star Wars Demolition video review gameplay shows Star Wars Demolition in action on the Sega Dreamcast.
Binary Domain review. Classic Game Room reviews BINARY DOMAIN for PlayStation 3 PS3 from Sega (also available for Xbox 360). Time to shoot some robots!! Binary Domain is a sci-fi shooter where you play as a team sent into Japan to stop a maniac making robots who look like humans and think they're human! CGR Binary Domain video review features Binary Domain gameplay on PS3 (also available for Xbox 360). Binary Domain succeeds with a great storyline and excellent storytelling. Characters are fun and likable with cheesy dialog reminiscent of good, old school B-movies and throwbacks to numerous science fiction films. Binary Domain has the option to give voice commands to your teammates which doesn't work terribly well in my opinion, you can give similar commands using button controls that seem to work fairly well. Fans of other sci-fi shooters like Sega's own Vanquish should really enjoy this fantasy romp through the future filled with robots and action! CGR Binary Domain video review features Binary Domain gameplay.
Poképark 2 Wonders Beyond review. Classic Game Room reviews Pokemon POKEPARK 2 Wonders Beyond for Nintendo Wii published by Nintendo. PokePark 2 Wonders Beyond is an adventure game where you play as several Pokemon characters and explore PokePark and Wish Park. CGR Pokepark 2 video review shows Pokepark gameplay on Nintendo Wii. PokePark 2 Wonders Beyond is an improvement over the original in that its focus is more on adventure, battles and collecting and less about repetitive mini-games. There are numerous minigames in Pokemon Pokepark 2 and several can be played 2-4 players with friends and multiple wiimotes.
Mario Golf Game Boy Color review. Classic Game Room reviews MARIO GOLF for GameBoy Color from Nintendo released in 1999 (also available on the NIntendo 64 and Nintendo Virtual Console, but a slightly different version of the game). Play as Mario, Luigi, Wario and friends in this awesome hand held golfing game on the go!
Popeye review. Classic Game Room reviews POPEYE for ColecoVision from 1983 published by Nintendo. CGR Popeye video review shows Popeye ColecoVision gameplay in HD action. Popeye is similar to games like Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr. (it was even developed by some of the similar people) and has solid arcade style gameplay where you catch hearts and notes dropped by Popeye's sweetheart Olive Oyle. Fans of Popeye's old school cartoons or, more specifically, fans of classic Nintendo games like Donkey Kong should enjoy Popeye for the ColecoVision. Popeye is also available for Atari 5200 and the NES Nintendo Entertainment System.
"Rival Schools review. Classic Game Room reviews RIVAL SCHOOLS for
PlayStation 1 from Capcom released in 1998, an awesome fighting game
that needs to make a comeback! Rival Schools United by Fate was
originally released in the arcades in 1997 as a vs. fighting game with
four buttons (two punch and two kick) making the game immediately
different from Capcom's own Street Fighter series."
AVATAR pinball machine review. Classic Game Room reviews James Cameron's AVATAR pinball from Stern. Crush the blue people of Pandora and steal their unobtanium with the power of pinball! CGR Avatar video review features the Avatar pinball machine gameplay which was released in 2010 by Stern Pinball and features many of the same bells and whistles found in games like Iron Man and Transformers.
Transformers pinball review. Classic Game Room reviews TRANSFORMERS the pinball machine from Stern! CGR Transformers pinball video review shows Transformers pinball footage as players choose Autobots or Decepticons and play to score big points, multiball and hit ramps to complete objectives.
Skylanders review part 21. Classic Game Room reviews the SKYLANDERS DINO-RANG figure for use in Skylanders Spyro's Adventure. Dino-Rang gameplay is shown on PlayStation 3 PS3 and Nintendo 3DS in this review. Dino-Rang is an Earth element Skylander who has some boomerang attacks and (eventually) a dual-fist, below ground fist attack which is great for destroying tough enemies at close range. CGR Dino-Rang video review shows DinoRang gameplay on PS3 which demonstrates Dino Rang game play as he crushes enemies through a variety of levels in Skylanders videogame.
Atari Lynx review. Classic Game Room reviews the ATARI LYNX handheld video game console which debuted in 1989! This is the Atari Lynx II and features stunning, powerful color graphics that eat six AA batteries in mere moments!
999 review for Nintendo DS. Classic Game Room reviews 9 HOURS, 9 PERSONS, 9 DOORS published by Aksys for Nintendo DS, a cool numbers oriented RPG game with anime style.
Solar Striker review. Classic Game Room reviews SOLAR STRIKER for Nintendo Game Boy released in 1989 by Nintendo, a vertical scrolling 2D space ship shoot 'em up (or SHMUP)!
Nintendo PlayChoice 10 review. Classic Game Room reviews the NINTENDO PLAYCHOICE-10 arcade machine from Nintendo released in 1986.
Tokyo Xtreme Racer Advance review. Classic Game Room reviews TOKYO XTREME RACER ADVANCE for Game Boy Advance published by Crave in 2004. Race on Tokyo's highways with a variety of Japanese street racers and challenge rival gangs for cash prizes that you use to upgrade your cars! It's TOKYO Xtreme Racer on the go, Tokyo Xtreme Racer Advance for your Nintendo GameBoy Advance. CGR Tokyo Xtreme Racer Advance video review features Tokyo Xtreme Racer Advance gameplay footage from Nintendo GBA showing the cars, tracks and upgrades in the game. Race in Tokyo, London and Los Angeles with three classes of vehicles in street racing meets grinding, it's TXR!!
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