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Tales of Vesperia review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & hats! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room reviews TALES OF VESPERIA for Xbox 360 from Namco Bandi released in 2008, a massive, high production value JRPG with likeable characters and loads of fighting!
26 Jul 2013
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It's our penultimate episode of The Destructoid Show, and we've got some exciting things to talk about! Sony announced a new PS Vita Slim AND the Vita TV in Japan this week, Ubisoft is developing a fairy tale JRPG and a game about World War I, and Call of Duty: Ghosts has ASTRONAUTS with GUNS! What more could you possibly want?!
11 Sep 2013
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Xenosaga: Episode 1 review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Classic Game Room reviews XENOSAGA EPISODE 1 for PlayStation 2 from 2003! Giant Zohars, androids and Gnosis oh my! It's the first Xenosaga game in the PlayStation 2 JRPG series. Run around well rendered, albeit contained environments, battle enemies with turn-based combat and watch hours of well directed cut-scenes. It's XENOSAGA!!
28 Jan 2014
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This week, The Bargain Bin takes a look at SEGA's Valkyria Chronicles for the PS3. Have a little known game you'd like to see featured on The Bargain Bin? Drop us a line at feedbackgamepro****, or leave a comment after this video, and tell us about it.
6 Mar 2010
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*******gamerlive.tv PAX 2010: Final Fantasy XIV exclusive interview with FF XIV online producers Sage Sundi and Yasu Kurosawa Check out more PAX 2010 videos at *******gamerlive.tv/pax-2010-videos For our latest videos of happenings and events from the game industry, follow us on Twitter: *******twitter****/gamerlivetv
6 Sep 2010
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Find artefacts to open up portals and jump through to new worlds. Or not.
19 Jan 2012
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Race chickens, bet virtual money, solve puzzles, and answer trivia questions as part of the bigger world of Final Fantasy XIII-2.
26 Jan 2012
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To download The Last Story :*******www.thelaststoryfree.blogspot****/ Direct Link :*******lnkgt****/9Qk Mistwalker's latest is a gift to the Wii. The Last Story stars a group of mercenaries that get caught in something much bigger than their normal business for hire missions. With great localization and an innovative fighting mechanic, The Last Story did what most other games on the Wii couldn't: make a good first impression. The Last Story is an RPG brought to you by the creator of Final Fantasy, Hironobu Sakaguchi! It features an amazing story, unforgettable characters, a passionate love story and tons of action. This game is open ended and takes place in a massive castle town. Unlike recent RPG's, this one has interaction with NPC's, lots of side quests and online play!
8 Jun 2012
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Gungnir review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Classic Game Room reviews GUNGNIR from Atlus and Sting for the Sony PSP, a tactical turn based strategy game with a great plot and radtastic action!
28 Jun 2012
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Mother 1 + 2 review. Classic Game Room reviews MOTHER 1 + 2
3 Jul 2012
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to download *******tinyurl****/d73a4qv Mistwalker's latest is a gift to the Wii. The Last Story stars a group of mercenaries that get caught in something much bigger than their normal business for hire missions. With great localization and an innovative fighting mechanic, The Last Story did what most other games on the Wii couldn't: make a good first impression. The Last Story is an RPG brought to you by the creator of Final Fantasy, Hironobu Sakaguchi! It features an amazing story, unforgettable characters, a passionate love story and tons of action. This game is open ended and takes place in a massive castle town. Unlike recent RPG's, this one has interaction with NPC's, lots of side quests and online play! The Music was done by another Final Fantasy Legend, Nobuo Uematsu! Gameplay is very unique and combines both RPG & third person shooters elements to an extent. Combat consists of drawing enemies attention, cutting of there reinforcements & taking cover during heavy battles. Spell casting can be interrupted during a fight and the game can be played online too. The Last Story received a very high reception in Japan, Famitsu awarded the game 38/40.
11 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room HD reviews CRIMSON GEM SAGA for Sony PSP from Atlus. This fantasy adventure RPG style video game has hand drawn sprites and a beautiful design all around. Japanese in style, but not overly cute or abnoxious, fans of new and old school fantasy adventures should check this one out. Guide your Luke Skywalker inspired character through an amazing quest to locate the Wicked Stone and avoid numerous bad guys and villains. Meet friends along the way, battle monsters and level up your characters. Excellent menu structure and leveling up systems round out this game with a high degree of playability. Save frequently and take it on the go, this CGRHD review of Crimson Gem Saga has gameplay footage from Crimson Gem saga on PSP showing game play in action. Graphically solid and with excellent audio quality, the pickiest RPG video game fan should get a kick out of this one. Storyling seems about average, but gameplay is a lot of fun and easy to pick up and take on the go.
7 Aug 2012
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Classic Game Room season 1 - 6/27/2000. Classic Game Room steps to the real with Vagrant Story, a game where guys with girls names wander through dungeons wearing skirts fighting dragons that breath polygon fire at you. An interesting if not somewhat original game concept, this RPG style dungeon crawler mixes Final Fantasy and Phantasy Star with Dungeons and Dragons and a Prince concert.
28 Aug 2012
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The Last Story review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of The Last Story for Nintendo Wii. Yeah, this is as close to Final Fantasy as you can get without being "Final Fantasy." Thus, "Last Story." Featuring Final Fantasy's original director and original composer, now collaborating on a weird cover-based hybrid RPG that pushes the Wii to its breaking point, sometimes breaks it, and offers a banana-firing crossbow as a consolation prize. Y'know, I'm willing to accept that. This video review features video gameplay footage of The Last Story for Nintendo Wii and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
8 Sep 2012
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Tales of Vesperia review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Tales of Vesperia for XBox 360. Look, can't we just have another Star Ocean game... that actually looks like a Star Ocean game? I mean, I dig Namco Tales Studio, and the feel is certainly there, but my loyalties lie with tri-Ace. Especially after Radiata Stories. Wait... I've never reviewed Radiata Stories? I gotta get on that! Oh, and Tales of Vesperia. The most technicolor Robin Hood you'll watch that doesn't include furries or Errol Flynn. Well, there is a guy named Flynn. But he doesn't wear tights or practice archery. It feels like Tales of the Abyss, only with characters you can actually like! AND WHERE THE HELL DID THAT DOG LEARN TO SMOKE A PIPE?!? This video review features video gameplay footage of Tales of Vesperia for XBox 360 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
22 Sep 2012
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Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 for PlayStation 2. There. We're done with the nuts and bolts, let's get into Persona 4 as a piece of gaming art. From the striking yellow-on-orange aesthetic, to excellent character design by Shigenori Soejima (Trauma Center, Catherine) to the hard-hitting issues like sexuality, duplicity, personal resentment, and the role of mass media in our lives, this is more than just a 100-hour level grind. Let me step back into my "film analysis" shoes, if only for three minutes. I'd be doing a horrible disservice to this game if I didn't. This video review features video gameplay footage of Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 for PS2 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
12 Oct 2012
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