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Classic Game Room HD reviews PAC MAN 2 The New Adventures for Sega Genesis. Talk about adding insult to injury. This game would have been awful to begin with, but calling it Pac Man elicits feelings of anger rather than enjoyment. This sad excuse for a kids' game features the arcade hero in his most embarrassing outing. It's like seeing a famous actor end up on a reality TV show to exploit their stupidity for a few paychecks to survive a messy divorce settlement.
Pac Man 2 has nothing to do with Pac Man style gameplay. Players point and click at objects on the screen, motion at where you'd like Pac Man to look and hold their head in shame for even inserting this garbage into the Sega Genesis. This CGR review has Pac Man 2 gameplay from the Pac Man 2 video game for Sega Mega Drive showing the dreadful game play in video action.
Pac Man should stick to what he does best, gobble up dots and power pellets for points in one of the greatest arcade game ever created. Leave the pseudo-family drama and poorly executed gameplay to actual shovelware. Awful, terrible, insulting. Pac Man 2, the F***ing Sh***y Adventures.
Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Strix review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Strix from Cateia Games for the iPad. Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Strix is a point and click adventure game with hidden object gameplay. Mina Lockheart has a dream about her grandmother Kate, so she travels to her family estate to reminisce. This leads to her discovering talking trees, tiny elves and all kind of crazy stuff. She embarks on an adventure filled with lots of pointing and clicking. This video review features video gameplay footage of Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Strix for the iPad and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
The Walking Dead: Episode 2: Starved For Help review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of The Walking Dead: Episode 2: Starved For Help, a downloadable game from Telltale Games on the Xbox Live Arcade for the Xbox 360. Starved For Help is a point-and-click adventure based on the AMC series The Walking Dead. Episode one was primarily about the zombies, but in this episode...things are very different. You're running low on food, and things are getting dire. You eventually meet some farmers who have an impressive stronghold at their farm, but the more you get to know them, the stranger they start to seem. In fact, despite having less of a zombie threat, Episode 2 is much darker than Episode 1. This video review features video gameplay footage of The Walking Dead: Episode 2: Starved For Help for the Xbox 360 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
The Naked Gun: I.C.U.P. review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of The Naked Gun: I.C.U.P. from DNA Interactive for the iPhone. I.C.U.P. is a point and click adventure and an interactive follow-up to the Naked Gun movies. You play as Frank Drebin Jr., the son of Leslie Nielson's character from the movies. This is a really entertaining game, and even though it references the movies a lot, you don't need to have seen them to find I.C.U.P. funny. Frank has a huge stack of cases on his desk, and you can take whichever ones you want. So you pick a case, and from there, you do lots of pointing and clicking. You drive around the city and search crime scenes for clues and tips. This video review features video gameplay footage of The Naked Gun: I.C.U.P. for the iPhone and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Botanicula review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Botanicula for PC. From the makers of the great Mechinarium comes Botanicula! A really fun, light hearted point and click graphic adventure game. Help Mr. Lantern and his friend save their world from the evil life sucking spider creatures in this fun, enjoyable indie title from Amanita Design! This video review features video gameplay footage of Botanicula for PC and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ashton.
Yesterday review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Yesterday for PC. Dust off that mouse for some point and click action! Yesterday from Pendulo Studios and Focus Home Interactive has you solving puzzles and mysteries surrounding John Yesterday, Henry White, Satanic Cults, an attempted suicide and how it all fits together. Interesting plot line, good puzzles, clever dialogue make this a must have for point and click adventure fans! This video review features video gameplay footage of Yesterday for PC and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ashton.
Law & Order Legacies: Episode 1: Revenge review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Law & Order Legacies: Episode 1: Revenge for PC! Developed by Telltale Games, take the role of your favorite detectives and lawyers as you dive into the world of Law & Order! Based on the Emmy award winning show, experience what it's like to be Olivia Benson and investigate crime scenes and question witness. Or get in the court room and yell "Objection!" Telltale Games delivers another great adaptation in this point and click murder mystery! This CGRundertow review features game-play and commentary from CGR's Ashton.
Scooby-Doo Mystery review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Scooby-Doo Mystery from Argonaut Software and Acclaim for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Fittingly given the cartoon, Scooby-Doo Mystery is a mystery game. It's kind of like Maniac Mansion, but with platforming replacing the pointing and clicking. You play as Shaggy and Scooby-Doo, controlling them simultaneously as you explore four spooky levels and solve the mysteries therein. Once you find clues, you take them to Velma, who makes sense of it all. The game doesn't ask much of you beyond find the things, which is great because you wouldn't really expect anything more from Shaggy and Scooby. You run into other characters along the way, as well. Freddy has valuable advice on where to go next, and as chance would have it, he's usually correct. And Daphne...oh, Daphne. This video review features video gameplay footage of Scooby-Doo Mystery for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Sam and Max Save the World, a point-and-click adventure game released in 2006. Hop in the 1960 DeSoto Adventurer and play as Sam. Attempt to save the world using objects you discover by searching every nook and cranny. Point and click your way through environments, exploring every crevice to figure out complex puzzles. Go head to head with the secret service, the Toy Mafia, and evil Abraham Lincoln as you unravel an evil hypnotism plot. This video game review is brought to you by Classic Game Room's Jen and features gameplay footage from the Xbox Live Arcade version of Sam and Max Save the World, published by The Adventure Company and developed by Telltale Games.