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Classic Game Room reviews TWIN COBRA for the Sega Genesis 16-bit wondermachine. Pilot a helicopter against mindless waves of enemy machinery in this Toaplan vertical scrolling SHMUP for the Sega Genesis. This CGRHD review of Twin Cobra has gameplay footage from Twin Cobra, an action packed Mega Drive SHMUP for Megadrive fans of vertical scrolling shooters like Fire Shark and Truxton. Twin Cobra may not have anything new or complex in its gameplay, but what it does have is excellent gameplay. Fluid, smooth motion, big chunky pixles and that trademark Toa Plan music and sound. The game has 8 different difficulty settings to adapt gameplay to a wide audience of gamers. 2D 16-bit action explodes off the screen in full 4x3 goodness (unlike Fireshark and Truxton which keep a vertical aspect ration and use a side panel for info). Twin Cobra is an excellent Megadrive Sega Genesis game that can be found for an affordable price which packs hours of intense gameplay. Classic Game Room reviews Sega Genesis video game cartridges for collectors and modern gamers. CGRHD is a Genesis reviewer reviewing Sega Genesis games with a love for the 16-bit 2D era of video gaming. If you like shooters, the MD Twin Cobra is awesome!
14 Aug 2012
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Classic Game Room HD reviews the first METAL SLUG for the Playstation 2 PS2 video game console. Originally released for the SNK Neo Geo in 1996, Metal Slug has gone on to become one of the premier run n' gun shooters ever created. This version of the game is from the SNK Arcade Classics Volume 1 disc for the PS2. The CGRHD review of Metal Slug has gameplay footage from the PS2 game being played. If you like games like Contra and Metroid then Metal Slug should be right up your alley (more like Contra and Super Contra though). Hand drawn sprites in 2D with a great sense of humor and motion bring Metal Slug off the screen into a frenzied romp through war movie inspired backgrounds filled with mindless enemies waiting to be machine gunned, exploded, set on fire and run over by the Metal Slug tank. While CGR has not played the original Neo Geo MVS version in quite some time, this PS2 emulated game runs smooth and free of any visual defects. Gameplay is terrific using the Playstation 2 dual shock controller and this SNK collection has unlockable items like the Metal Slug music and artwork. Classic Game Room loves Metal Slug and so should you! Coming soon, a review of the Metal Slug Anthology for PS2.
14 Aug 2012
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Classic Game Room season 1 - 7/18/2000. Game Room does the much hyped Gekido for the PlayStation, a game that would make a much better drink coaster than an actual game. This direct rip-off of Streets of Rage for the Genesis and Double Dragon for the NES fails at every point. The choppy graphics, eternal load times, mindless button mashing and serious lack of T&A made us want to stomp on it and curse whoever made it. Gekido probably means "sh-tty game" in Japanese. Game Room reviewed Atari, NES, Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Dreamcast and PlayStation... too bad they didn't get to Xbox 360, PS3, PS2 or Wii.
28 Aug 2012
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Watch the review of crazy mindless alien-ated movie "Joker" starring the present day comedy star Akshay Kumar, the Indian beauty Sonakshi Sinha and the much entertaining aliens with Chitrangadha Singh's sexy item number "I Want Fakt You."
31 Aug 2012
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Rampage: Total Destruction review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Rampage: Total Destruction for the GameCube. Released in 2006, this game was developed by Pipeworks and published by Midway. It's an updated version of the classic game that everyone seems to love, with tons of characters to unlock and a zillion things to destroy. The game also includes the original Rampage and Rampage: World Tour, originally on the N64. This is mindless fun at its best. This video review features video gameplay footage of Rampage: Total Destruction for GameCube and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Gabe.
5 Oct 2012
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The Lord of the Rings: War in the North review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of the Lord of the Rings: War in the North from Snowblind Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive for the PlayStation 3. On the one hand, this is a fairly typical action RPG with hack-and-slash combat, a description that likely cements this game in the bad category for discriminating gamers. But on the other hand, it's Lord of the Rings, you can decapitate goblins and giant talking eagles swoop down and destroy things. So to call the Lord of the Rings: War in the North a bad game wouldn't be fair. We've played bad games, and this is not a bad game. But it's also not a game that's figured out how to make hacking and slashing interesting. Combat stays mindless for the duration and the RPG elements are also thinly applied, so there are clearly some limitations to what this game can achieve. But it's still fun. This video review features video gameplay footage of the Lord of the Rings: War in the North for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
25 Oct 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Red Faction: Armageddon from Volition and THQ for the PlayStation 3. Red Faction: Armageddon follows up 2009's Guerilla as the fourth game in the Red Faction series. Is it easy? Absurdly so. Is it mindless? Uh, did you think shooting aliens in the face wouldn't be? But we prefer to ask...is it fun? And again, did you think shooting aliens in the face wouldn't be? You play Armageddon as Darius Mason, the grandson of the guy you played as in Guerilla. Long and boring story short, you're shooting monsters on Mars. Armageddon takes you through the interior of the red planet, providing a tour of some seriously cool environments. It's a game packed with eerie settings, places only made creepier by occasionally nifty art and the tactics of your martian enemies...creatures that surround you from the ground, the ceiling and seemingly every shadow that surrounds you. This video review features video gameplay footage of Red Faction: Armageddon for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
30 Nov 2012
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Ignore the glazed eyes and mindlessness...I was very tired when I recorded this. XD Ever wanted that awesome Portal song / video idea you had to come to life, or win a free copy of Metro: Last Light? Now could be that chance! ;) I have an extra Nvidia Free Key for Metro: Last Light which I'll give to whomever can write the best / most fun / most catchy Portal song! If you win, I'll be recording the song and making it into a full music-video, giving you creators credit and creative control over the video! =P Message me your song lyrics here on Youtube or at the websites below for a chance to win! If you know people who want Metro, or...well, just a free awesome game, let them know about this too! ----- Submit here, and follow me if you want: =) Youtube: ********www.youtube****/Harry101UK Facebook: ********www.facebook****/Harry101UK Twitter: *******www.twitter****/Harry101UK Tumblr: *******harrycallaghan.tumblr****/ -----
18 Jul 2013
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Science Channel’s Emmy®- nominated hit series THROUGH THE WORMHOLE WITH MORGAN FREEMAN is back for a mind-bending fifth season. The series that has broken ratings records for the network delivers eight all-new episodes that will provoke and inspire viewers to think beyond the boundaries of what they know. Covering such controversial topics as could poverty be genetic, how to crush a superpower and exploring the possibility of a zombie apocalypse, this season guarantees to break down the walls of conventional television to investigate the puzzles that captivate us all. Is a Zombie Apocalypse Possible? World Premieres on Wednesday, June 25 at 10PM ET/PT It is a nightmare that has stalked us for centuries: hordes of human beings transformed into mindless, cannibalistic monsters. Could this civilization-ending nightmare become reality? Scientists have discovered pathogens that turn insects into the walking dead. New strains of viruses are attacking humans every day. Mathematicians have calculated the likelihood of surviving a zombie virus outbreak: they’re not hopeful. Now neuroscientists are discovering how easy it is for us to lose conscious control of our bodies. Are we at risk of becoming puppets? And if we are already in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, would we know it?
23 Jun 2014
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Science Channel’s Emmy®- nominated hit series THROUGH THE WORMHOLE WITH MORGAN FREEMAN is back for a mind-bending fifth season. The series that has broken ratings records for the network delivers eight all-new episodes that will provoke and inspire viewers to think beyond the boundaries of what they know. Covering such controversial topics as could poverty be genetic, how to crush a superpower and exploring the possibility of a zombie apocalypse, this season guarantees to break down the walls of conventional television to investigate the puzzles that captivate us all. Is a Zombie Apocalypse Possible? World Premieres on Wednesday, June 25 at 10PM ET/PT It is a nightmare that has stalked us for centuries: hordes of human beings transformed into mindless, cannibalistic monsters. Could this civilization-ending nightmare become reality? Scientists have discovered pathogens that turn insects into the walking dead. New strains of viruses are attacking humans every day. Mathematicians have calculated the likelihood of surviving a zombie virus outbreak: they’re not hopeful. Now neuroscientists are discovering how easy it is for us to lose conscious control of our bodies. Are we at risk of becoming puppets? And if we are already in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, would we know it?
23 Jun 2014
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While many fad diets claim that you can drastically change your weight in a very short time, these are usually either scams, ineffective, or extremely difficult, and they can even be unhealthy. Many of them will have immediate results, but after a couple of weeks the weight will return, and long-term results do not occur no matter how dedicated you are to the diet. The only way to properly lose weight for the long-term is to understand your body's specific needs, and adjust your lifestyle accordingly. However, there are some principles that will apply to anyone: eat smaller portions and get enough exercise. There are also several tips that many people find helpful: 1. Drink lots of water. 2. Never snack mindlessly (try keeping snacks out of sight, or getting rid of unhealthy foods altogether) 3. Keep a food journal 4. Eat your green vegetables (they are low in calories) 5. Take up a hobby. If you're busy, you will find yourself less inclined to snack needlessly. We are a certified Hormone Replacement Therapy clinic, with locations in all 50 Unites States. Please look us up at The Conscious Evolution Institute of Hormone Replacement Therapy, and visit us at HGH Dot TV. To learn more about HGH injections please look us up on Google at "The Conscious Evolution Institute of Hormone Replacement Therapy" and visit our website at www dot HGH dot TV.
25 Jul 2017
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