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Inky antics abound on with De Blob. Ryan Ritchey from TheDigitalLifestyle.tv gives his review of the iPhone and iPod Touch version of the game
Classic Game Room reviews BURGERTIME for Atari 2600 VCS video computer system! What's time? No... not to get ill, it's time for Hamburgers! Juicy, plump, blocky hamburgers made Atari-style. Burger Time is a 1982 Data East arcade game that has millions of fans worldwide because of it's awesome gameplay and challenge. This Atari 2600 version loses much in translation, but still retains some elements that make gameplay fun. It's a lousy M-Network game cartridge but holds a challenging if somewhat abstract attempt to recreate Burgertime on the Atari. This is one retro arcade classic on the Atari 2600 that you can find cheap today and may want to add to your collection. Classic Game Room reviews old school games with the same passion that we eat hamburgers with onions, mayo, lettuce and ketchup!
Wolfenstein 3D for the 3DO. The best console port of the game. Here's the first episode done 100%
Deus Ex: Human Revolution wowed GDC with it's beautiful and metaphorical teaser trailer. But, how will the game actually shape up? GamePro spoke with Eidos Montreal's art director Jonathan Jacques-Belletete about the themes, the PC and Console ports and how it celebrates the original whilst going in it's own direction.
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Nick and I show off some Fancy Pants Adventures gameplay and give our thoughts about the console port of one of the biggest browser games of all time.
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Motorola AP-7131 AP-7131-60020-WR
Single Radio 802.11n Access Point, Housing: Metal, plenum-rated housing, Console Port: RJ45
Console Port, Weight 2.22 lbs/9.98 kg The Motorola AP-7131-60020-WR is also known as SYM-
While talking with two people including Jake I played a "Classic" Sega Game for PC. I suck literally at every Sega-Console port for PC but the controls are just not good.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection from Gray Matter Studios, Raster Productions, id Software and Activision for the PlayStation 2. In case you're confused by the subtitle, Operation Resurrection is Activision's 2003 port of the 2001 PC release Return to Castle Wolfenstein, a game that was also ported to the Xbox and subtitled Tides of War. The console ports include extra missions, detailing how the badass B.J. Blazkowicz ended up in Castle Wolfenstein in the first place. The new missions take place in Egypt, and in addition to providing the backstory, they also add a few extra hours of gameplay to Return to Castle Wolfenstein. This video review features video gameplay footage of Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection for the PlayStation 2 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Asphalt 3D from Gameloft and Ubisoft for the Nintendo 3DS. Asphalt 3D is less a brand-new game than it is a collection of recycled content. The tracks and cars are pulled from an iOS version of Asphalt, an unfortunate trend in early 3DS development. There's nothing inherently wrong with ports, but there's a huge difference between console ports and iOS ports. Asphalt costs a couple of bucks on your iPhone. It costs $40 on your 3DS. There are plenty of reasons why this ride isn't worth the price of admission, but in addition to the game's chugging frame rate, it's almost impossible to see oncoming cars until they're slamming into your BMW. This video review features video gameplay footage of Asphalt 3D for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of T2: The Arcade Game for the Super Nintendo, ported from the arcade version titled Terminator 2: Judgment Day by Midway. Based on the smash hit action movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, T2: The Arcade Game is an on-rails shooter that loosely follows the plot of the movie, just with a lot more stuff getting blown up. The explosive impact of the dual machine gun arcade cabinet is a bit diminished in the home console ports, but the Super NES version does support the Super Scope and SNES Mouse peripherals for better controls. Cyberdyne is going down! This video game review features T2: The Arcade Game gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.