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NHL All-Star Hockey review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & hats! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room reviews NHL ALL-STAR HOCKEY for Sega Saturn from Gray Matter and Sega Sports released in 1995. Dig the thrills and relive the 1995 hockey season with your favorite teams like the Whalers, Jets and Nordiques! NHL All-Star Hockey has some ambitious features for the time like full-motion video, game announcers, realistic crowd effects and multiple camera angles. There's also a locker room video in between periods (which is hilarious) and even some video player bios. NHL All-Star Hockey Sega Saturn video review features NHL All-Star Hockey gameplay.
27 Sep 2013
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D review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of The D for the PlayStation developed by Warp and published by Acclaim. D is a horror game in the form of a Myst clone by the infamous game designer Kenji Eno. Eno, who passed away in early 2013, was a rock star game designer, and even though he made a few games, his personality and presence was well known throughout the game industry. D was developed by Eno's studio Warp, and published by Acclaim. The game has players exploring rooms of a medieval castle, collecting keys, and solving puzzles all in the first-person perspective. The game's graphics are FMV-styled and its soundtrack is minimal. There aren't any enemies except for one fight sequence with a suit of armor. The game must also be completed within a two-hour time limit. This video review features video gameplay footage of D for the PlayStation and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Adam.
30 Jul 2013
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*******www.balboacapital**** This YouTube video by Balboa Capital explains many of the differences between a Dollar Buyout lease and a Fair Market Value (FMV) lease. A Dollar Buyout lease allows you the option of purchasing the leased equipment for $1 at the end of the lease agreement. At the end of a FMV lease, the lessee can return the equipment, renew the terms, or purchase the equipment for its fair market value. Understanding the differences between the two will allow your business to save more when leasing equipment.
10 Nov 2012
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*******www.balboacapital**** As a business owner, you need to know about different types of equipment leasing programs that are available for you. Balboa Capital created this Metacafe video to teach about the benefits of a Fair Market Value (FMV) lease, also known as a True Lease. A FMV lease provides several flexible options at the conclusion of the agreement, and is a great option for business owners who use equipment that quickly depreciate in value. A FMV is just one of the programs that Balboa Capital provides for small and medium-sized businesses. To learn more, visit our website today.
9 Nov 2012
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Soviet Strike Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRUndertow review of Soviet Strike, developed by EA Tiburon and released by Electronic Arts. The Apache attack helicopter returns in this post-Cold War era shoot-em-up, as you help the good ol' US of A fight back against terrorist forces that have occupied former Soviet military bases, and have plans to execute world domination. Known for its difficulty and humorous FMV cutscenes, Soviet Strike is sure to entertain fans of the once 16-bit series. This video review features video gameplay footage of Soviet Strike and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
9 Nov 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Command & Conquer for the Sega Saturn, from Westwood Studios. This classic real time strategy game helped refine and redefine the niche genre when it was released for PC in 1995, and went on to be very successful and highly influential on modern RTS games. Its breakthrough to the mainstream gaming audience was largely thanks to its multiplayer action and deep gameplay, but unfortunately for console fans, the experience doesn't translate so well to systems like the Saturn. This review features gameplay from Command & Conquer with commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
18 Oct 2012
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Warhawk review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Warhawk for Playstation 1. Showing off what the new Playstation was capable of, the game was a 3D flight combat game. The game took full advantage of this with open 3D environments that allowed for 360 degrees of movement. This made the levels, with their multiple objective and enemies just that much more complicated. With great areas and combat, this was a good example of what was in short with the Playsation. This video review features video gameplay footage of Warhawk for Playstation 1 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
10 Oct 2012
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Mad Dog McCree review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Mad Dog McCree, a downloadable game from Digital Leisure on the eShop for the Nintendo 3DS. Originally released in 1990, Mad Dog McCree occupies a distinguished place in the history of this frequently undistinguished medium, and for better or worse, the game is exactly as you remember it. This isn't a sequel or a slick remake. That would be treatment unbefitting a game such as Mad Dog McCree. Instead, you're getting an exact port that adds touch controls and nothing else. No extras, no new weapons and worse yet, no 3D whatsoever. It's so campy and ridiculous that it's funny, but as it was in 1990, it's also a poor light gun game. This video review features video gameplay footage of Mad Dog McCree for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
22 Sep 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews STAR WARS REBEL ASSAULT for Sega CD from Lucas Arts released in 1993. Play as Rookie One and fight with the Alliance against the dreaded Empire in famous scenes from the original Star Wars trilogy. Blow up At-At Imperial Walkers, Tie Fighters and even bullseye womprats in your T-16. Star Wars Rebel Assault is an early game using FMV (Full Motion Video) from the Star Wars movies and even includes new scenes shot specifically for this videogame. Gameplay varies and Star Wars Rebel Assault may be slow and clumsy compared to newer Star Wars games yet it packs a unique charm with some cheesy but entertaining cut scenes and Star Wars style action. This CGR review of Star Wars Rebel Assault from Lucas Arts and JVC has gameplay from Star Wars: Rebel Assault on Sega CD. This game was also sold for PC and Star Wars Rebel Assault on 3DO.
22 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS for Sega CD from 1994, a button bushing quicktime event videogame that takes place over full motion video from Saban's Mighty Morphin Power Rangers television show. This "live action video adventure" as they call it, it remarkably fun and silly for fans of old-school Power Rangers. In this Power Rangers videogame you push buttons and directions on the Sega Genesis controller in time with events that take place on the screen. Watch the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers defeat evil (if you can keep up with the button prompts) and laugh at the awesome cheesy effects, acting and storyline. This CGR review of the Might Morphin Power Rangers video game has gameplay from Sega CD version of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers videogame. Sega CD works with Sega Genesis to deliver full motion video on a tv screen to deliver some awesome Power Rangers gaming. Also known as the Mega CD, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is affordable, fun and rad to the max!
17 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews FINAL FANTASY IV COMPLETE COLLECTION for Sony PSP from Square Enix, a 20th anniversary collection of the JRPG released for the Super Famicom in 1991! This CGR video review of Final Fantasy 4 from Square Enix has gameplay from Final Fantasy IV Complete Collection on Sony PSP showing video game play JRPG action in HD recorded from PSP with Final Fantasy IV.
15 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews ROAD & TRACK THE NEED FOR SPEED for Panasonic 3DO from Pioneer Productions and Electronic Arts released in 1994. This solid release for the 3DO is easy to find if you can find a working Panasonic 3DO! It's the first game in the popular Need for Speed series from EA, which now consists of about 20 different games on various game consoles. The Need for Speed has 8 vehicles: Lamborghini Diablo, Corvette ZR-1, Porsche 911, Mazda RX-7, Acura NSX, Dodge Viper, Toyota Supra and Ferrari 512TR. Race from behind the car or in a detailed cockpit view, The Need for Speed on 3DO is the smoothest 1994 era driving game you're likely to find on a home game console. This CGR video review of The Need for Speed on Panasonic 3DO has gameplay from The Need for Speed recorded from the 1990's Panasonic 3DO videogame system.
14 Jul 2012
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NOVASTORM video review for Panasonic 3DO. Classic Game Room reviews NOVASTORM ffor Panasonic 3DO from Psygnosis released in 1994, a FMV style space ship shooter like Space Harrier meets Z-Buffered digital images and 90's techno.
12 Jul 2012
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Tomcat Alley video review. Classic Game Room reviews TOMCAT ALLEY for Sega CD (Mega CD), a FMV Full Motion Video button prompt style videgame which was released in 1994 as a Sega TruVideo production. Play as the co-pilot in an F-14 Tomcat fighting against waves of cold war era ex-Soviet bad guys trying to destroy the USA! Move your exciting cursor around the screen and click on things and lock on to enemy jets and helicopters to shoot them down. Tomcat Alley has abysmal gameplay but awesome cut scenes with cheesy B-movie style and fun editing that changes depending on your actions. It even features a girl from a Bond movie! This CGR Tomcat Alley review has gameplay from Tomcat Alley on Sega CD showing jet fighter air combat video game play in HD action from Sega Mega CD.
12 Jul 2012
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Burning Soldier review. Classic Game Room reviews BURNING SOLDIER for Panasonic 3DO from 1994. While this is far from a "must have" game on the Panasonic 3DO, Burning Soldier packs some good 'ole cheesy early 90's sci fi space ship action. Shoot enemies in a light gun game without a light gun as you simply move a cursor around the screen and blast bad guys with your space ship. Evil aliens have conquered Earth or Mars or something and it's all up to you (and a friend in co-op) to stop them with laser beams and FMV video on the Panasonic 3DO! Burning Soldier video review has Burning Soldier gameplay from the Panny 3DO!
8 Jul 2012
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