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Minigame challenge - spinning chair Tetris
Minigame Challenge: Holding quite heavy magazines
Minigame Challenge: Holding quite heavy magazines
The Witcher 2 seduces Xbox 360 on May 17th. It you get bored of sexing Lady Rogues, here's a compliation of all the minigames you can distract yourself with.
Mario Party DS review. Classic Game Room reviews MARIO PARTY DS for Nintendo DS from Hudson and Nintendo released in 2007. Mario Party DS is a fun and playable Mario Party game that works well on Nintendo DS. Players compete in a virtual board game to save Mario and his crew from Bowser's evil plan! Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and friends play a real-life (virtual) board game to collect coins and stars and play through dozens of mini games. Mario Party DS is basically a glorified compilation of minigames for Nintendo DS but retains the Nintendo Mario charm and playability to make Mario Party DS a great game on the go. 2-4 player single DS card multiplayer is also available. This CGR Mario Party DS video review has gameplay from Mario Party DS showing Mario Party DS game play in HD action from Nintendo DS Lite.
Classic Game Room reviews PS3 HOME from February 2011 on the eve of the Killzone 3 launch where the central courtyard area was turned into a Killzone 3 environment with a Killzone 3 minigame where players could unlock ISA outfits for their PS Home avatars! Also featured in this review of Home are trips through the Ghostbusters environment, the London Pub with London Pub Radio and the L.A. Mansion.
Classic Game Room reviews 101 IN 1 EXPLOSIVE MEGAMIX for Nintendo DS published by Atlus. This collection of 101 mini games for the Nintendo DS is a traveler's friend with a seemingly never ending supply of smaller, catchy games to win and unlock. This CGRHD review of 101 in 1 Explosive Megamix for Nintendo DS has gameplay footage from the Nintendo DS game recorded in HD showing the style of Explosive Mega Mix. Games range from arcade styles like the Tron light cycle game, SHMUP style shooters and driving games. Some are addictive and fun, some are not. Kick soccer balls, throw darts, pop balloons and destroy tanks. Earn points which are then used to unlock new games, bonus points are earned when you "win" the game, but you earn points each time you play it. For fans of massive minigame collections on the Nintendo DS 101 in 1 Explosive Megamix is worth a look.
Spy Muppets: License To Croak review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Spy Muppets: License To Croak from Vicarious Visions and TDK Mediactive for the Game Boy Advance. TDK released Spy Muppets: License To Croak the same year they released Muppets: Party Cruise for the Nintendo GameCube. It parodies classic James Bond films, replacing their characters with Muppets. Spy Muppets is an interactive story, the interactions being very short minigames. There are four missions, and each one starts with the same two minigames. Sadly, the few other minigames aren't very good, either. This game sucks. This video review features video gameplay footage of Spy Muppets: License To Croak for the Game Boy Advance and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Summer Stars 2012 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Summer Stars 2012 from Deep Silver for the PlayStation 3. Summer Stars 2012 is a Kinect and Move compatible sports compilation, a cheap Olympics game without the Olympics branding. It has nearly 20 events, spanning everything from archery and biking to running and jumping. No dressage, though. Summer Stars 2012 is comprised of sports minigames that are mostly very solid. It also supports traditional controllers, which is fantastic. This video review features video gameplay footage of Summer Stars 2012 for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Muppets Party Cruise review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Muppets Party Cruise from Mass Media, Inc. and TDK Mediactive for the Nintendo GameCube. Muppets Party Cruise is basically Mario Party...hold the Italian stereotypes, add Swedish ones. This is a Muppets themed minigame compilation comprised of standard multiplayer minigames. Like Mario Party, you can play the game individually or as a board game. The problem is there aren't a lot of minigames to fill the board game with, and the production values are all over the place, too. This video review features video gameplay footage of Muppets Party Cruise for the Nintendo GameCube and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Ice Age: Continental Drift—Arctic Games review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Ice Age: Continental Drift—Arctic Games from Activision for the Nintendo DS. This is a collection of ten minigames based on another Ice Age movie. To its credit, at least Arctic Games decides no one needs an adventure game based on another Ice Age movie. As with any compilation, the quality of its minigames varies. The real issue isn't even the quality of the minigames, necessarily. It's more the fact that there aren't very many of them, so you'd think the ones that are there would be really polished and awesome. But they are not. They are melting. This video review features video gameplay footage of Ice Age: Continental Drift—Arctic Games for the Nintendo DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
London 2012 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of London 2012 from SEGA for the PlayStation 3. London 2012 is a solid collection of solid minigames. There are about 40 different events in London 2012 scattered across various categories. Track, field, swimming, diving, the list goes on. There's even an "other sports" category for things like table tennis. Seriously, ping pong is an Olympic event? Who made that decision? Each event is a little minigame, either a condensed form of the real sport or streamlined collections of button prompts and quicktime events. None of the gameplay is thrilling, exactly, but it's not bad. The minigames do a nice job of giving you individual goals to focus on during each event. This video review features video gameplay footage of London 2012 for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.