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Haze review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Haze for Playstation 3. Developed by the team that created the amazing Timesplitters series, Haze takes a unique approach to war by dealing with topics normally not explored in games. You are fighting a rebel force when you start questioning which side should you really be fighting for. There is also an element dealing with drugs and military propaganda that brings home the idea of the ambiguity of war. The gameplay is very standard and doesn't do anything nearly as ambitious as the storyline which, can leave the game feeling disappointing. This video review features video gameplay footage of Haze for Playstation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
14 Sep 2012
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Haze is a first-person shooter video game, developed by Free Radical Design and published by Ubisoft for PlayStation 3. Learn the benefits of being a Mantel Solider and the awesome properties of Nectar.
17 Jun 2008
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Second Sight for the Xbox. Developed by Free Radical Design and published by Codemasters for Nintendo GameCube, Xbox, PlayStation 2, and Microsoft Windows, Second Sight follows the frantic investigation of John Vattic, a man that has woken from a coma to find that he has many special powers. He doesn't have any time to play around with them though, as he quickly discovers that a large group of scientists and agents are trying to capture him. Gameplay in Second Sight is very similar to games like Splinter Cell or Metal Gear Solid. Most of the game consists of stealth missions, so you will have to sneak around the majority of enemies you encounter. However, unlike those games, John Vattic has powers like telekinesis, psi-blasts, and charm to help him sneak by the enemies. These moves are usually discovered during a period of extreme distress, and this only adds to the story's dark, disturbing tone. This CGRundertow video game review features gameplay of Second Sight and commentary from CGR's Gabe.
8 Nov 2012
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Review Part 3 of 3: Classic Game Room was the FIRST classic video game review show on the Internet in 1999. Returning in 2008 with new episodes, Classic Game Room breaks out a review of TIMESPLITTERS: FUTURE PERFECT for the Playstation 2 PS2 video game system. Time Splitters is an amazing series of first person shooters FPS designed by Free Radical. TS Future Perfect is the third in the series and possibly the best. You play as Cortez sent from the future to the past, then present, and future, back to the past, and future, and you get the idea. It's an awesome game for shooting game fans who want a fun story and great action. Originally Timesplitters had an amazing online function but it was cancelled and discontinued a few months ago and is no longer hosted on the servers (which SUCKS). CGRHD is eagery awaiting a new Timesplitters on the Playstation 3 PS3 or Xbox 360. We demand Timesplitters 4!! MAKE IT FASTER. I think Free Radical is making that game HAZE and we're getting that as soon as possible, but Timesplitters is what we want around here. I want to play as Robofish and shoot Ninja Monkey and Mr. Giggles and the Gingerbread Man. TSFP also came out on the Xbox. This part of the review covers multiplayer mayhem, deathmatch, team, bag tag, bagtag (aka ninjaball), assault, shrink, virus and mapmaking. TS has a great map maker where you can create and design your own complex levels. Be sure to watch the original Classic Game Room episodes. Classic Game Room was the original classic video game review show on the Internet in 1999-2000, now on DVD. The HD series is reviewing PS3, PS2, Genesis, NES, Atari and Xbox 360. XBLA. videos review review show funny design level mapmaker make your own levels Timesplitter
18 Sep 2010
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An original Korn track inspired by the game.
13 Jan 2011
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Haze is Danny's religion, so he can't wait to hit up this kind of rush.
20 Feb 2013
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This video shows leaked alpha footage of Star Wars: Battlefront III, which was to have been the third video game in the Star Wars: Battlefront series. Although LucasArts never announced the game, Free Radical Design developed the game from 2006 until 2008. The video gives you an example of how vast the battles would have been: all the Republic's Cruisers you see on the video are piloted by full crews of real players. If you enjoyed this video, please show support for GamerSpawn's community producers by giving this video a "Like" or adding it to your "Favorites". Subscribe to GamerSpawn: ***********/subscription_center?add_user=GamerSpawn Follow and +1 GamerSpawn on Google+: ************/101692305252483412597 Like GamerSpawn on Facebook: ********www.facebook****/GamerSpawn Follow GamerSpawn on Twitter: ********twitter****/GamerSpawn GamerSpawn is a global video community of gaming fanatics and content creators focused on top-notch video games. Our mission is to provide a community driven platform that allows viewers to discover new videos, and content creators to reach new audiences on YouTube and beyond. In addition to that, we strive for openness, creativity, and collaborations in the gaming scene.
6 Aug 2013
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