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Watch in High Definition! Classic Game Room reviews the SEGA SATURN STUNNER Light Gun for the Sega Saturn to play shooting games like Virtua Cop 1 and 2. This bright orange, plus sized plastic fire arm is a joy to aim at your CRT television and fire away at bad guys. Virtua blast gangsters with the Sega Stunner, which is very affordable to collect now for your Sega Saturn. This accessory is plugged into the controller port and has a reasonably high build quality. Many games like Virtua Cop can be played with 2 Sega Stunners. Classic Game Room uses this Sega Stunner light gun for its video game reviews of shooting games and light gun arcade games on Sega Saturn. This plastic light gun may not work with newer televisions like plasma screens and LCD high definition monitors and tvs. It does not work with front or rear projection screens. You want an older tv to play light gun games. Classic Game Room reviews Sega Saturn hardware like the Sega Stunner! That's stunning!
9 Aug 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews the Nintendo ZAPPER light gun for the NES video game system. The NES Zapper came with NES systems back in the day and has a copyright on the orange and NES colored unit of 1985. There were numerous NES games that used the light gun such as Operation Wolf, Duck Hunt and Freedom Force. Although light gun video games and shooting games for home consoles is nothing new or revolutionary, this NES Zapper always stands out in a crowd because of its bright colors and unique style. This Nintendo Zapper review featuring footage of the gun from all angles in high definition shows the build quality of this NES accessory and up close style essential to solidifying its lasting reputation as a video game duck slayer. If you like games with firearms (and the Uzi from the Operation Wolf stand up arcade machine) then this NES Zapper is a cool accessory to have in your arsenal of gaming controllers. Classic Game Room is the retro reviewer reviewing NES games, harware and accessories as well as new releases for the Wii, PS3 and Xbox 360. CGR talks about how to modify a light gun with a car battery to have a modified NES Zapper laser cannon! You can even get a scope for this thing.
17 Aug 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game accessory review of the Nintendo Zapper light gun for the NES. Released in the mid 1980's, Nintendo's first light gun peripheral for use on home consoles would go on to become an iconic part of gaming history, mostly thanks to its sturdy, stylish, and efficient design. While it doesn't work on newer plasma or LCD televisions, this is still an essential accessory for any retro gaming enthusiast. This review demonstrates the use of the Nintendo Zapper with commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
12 Oct 2012
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Thriller directed by Nick Peterson/Virtual Alien With Stuart Mansell, Alex Hall, Vincent Hall — © Copyright 2010 EdgeImageBank Pictures More at: *******www.virtualalien****
22 Sep 2010
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Una nueva version de la Lighting Gun para Unreal Tournament 3, presentada por Central Modders
1 Jul 2009
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Lethal Enforcer 2 review. Classic Game Room reviews LETHAL ENFORCERS II: GUN FIGHTERS for Sega Genesis from Konami released in 1994, a light gun shooting game on the Genesis played with the Konami Justifier handgun!
24 Jun 2012
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Area 51 review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Classic Game Room reviews AREA 51 for Sega Saturn from Midway, the awesome, cheesy light gun shooter on rails video game released to the arcades in 1995. CGR Area 51 video review features Sega Saturn shooter gameplay recorded with Sega Saturn, Area 51, Sega Stunner and old school CGR television.
28 Jun 2012
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Operation Wolf review. Classic Game Room reviews OPERATION WOLF for Nintendo Entertainment System from 1989, based on the 1987 Taito arcade shooting game! Break out your NES Zapper and eliminate some bad guys, helicopters, nurses and pigs on the battlefield! Use an old school CRT television and your NES zapper to try and recreate the intense shooting gameplay from the stand up Taito arcade machine with the bad-ass Uzi! Remember the Operation Wolf machine? Yeah, it was awesome. CGR Operation Wolf video review has Operation Wolf Nintendo light gun zapper gameplay on the venerable NES.
6 Jul 2012
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Part 3 of 3. Classic Game Room reviews the SUPER COLOR VOLLEY X video game console from 1977. This battery powered classic videogame system from the 70's has several different versions of Pong as well as a rifle shaped light gun for skeet and target shooting games. The Super Color Volley X from Roberts comes with 2 built in controllers and two more additional ones for 4 player games. The games includes in Super Color Volley X are tennis (Pong), hockey, Jaialai and target shooting games. This CGR review has gameplay from Super Color Volley X, a classic videogame console computer system from the 1970's and one of the earliest game systems ever created. The Super Color Volley X from Roberts competed against Atari Pong machines and the early Magnavox Odyssey.
17 Jul 2012
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Part 2 of 3. Classic Game Room reviews the SUPER COLOR VOLLEY X video game console from 1977. This battery powered classic videogame system from the 70's has several different versions of Pong as well as a rifle shaped light gun for skeet and target shooting games. The Super Color Volley X from Roberts comes with 2 built in controllers and two more additional ones for 4 player games. The games includes in Super Color Volley X are tennis (Pong), hockey, Jaialai and target shooting games. This CGR review has gameplay from Super Color Volley X, a classic videogame console computer system from the 1970's and one of the earliest game systems ever created. The Super Color Volley X from Roberts competed against Atari Pong machines and the early Magnavox Odyssey.
17 Jul 2012
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Part 1 of 3. Classic Game Room reviews the SUPER COLOR VOLLEY X video game console from 1977. This battery powered classic videogame system from the 70's has several different versions of Pong as well as a rifle shaped light gun for skeet and target shooting games. The Super Color Volley X from Roberts comes with 2 built in controllers and two more additional ones for 4 player games. The games includes in Super Color Volley X are tennis (Pong), hockey, Jaialai and target shooting games. This CGR review has gameplay from Super Color Volley X, a classic videogame console computer system from the 1970's and one of the earliest game systems ever created. The Super Color Volley X from Roberts competed against Atari Pong machines and the early Magnavox Odyssey.
17 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews RESCUE MISSION for Sega Master System from 1987 by Sega. Rescue Mission is played with the Sega Light Phaser and is a shooter where you point at the tv screen with the light gun and blast bad guys who are trying to stop your rescue mission. Play as an army sniper and defend your men from enemy rocket, greade and gunfire. This CGR review of the Sega Master System classic videogame Rescue Mission has Rescue Mission light gun shooting game gameplay from Rescue Mission on Sega Master System from Sega.
17 Jul 2012
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