Classic Game Room HD reviews ICE BREAKER for the Playstation 3 PS3 Home arcade! It's not just Arkanoid with snowballs... actually, it kinda is. It also has post-apocalyptic, nuclear winter themed backgrounds that make you wish the ending of A.I. didn't suck as bad as it did. Ice Breaker is an old school arcade style game that is very similar to Atari's Breakout and Super Breakout. It probably has more in common with Taito's Arkanoid in fact. It's a cute little game where you play a penguin out for blood (or high scores) and must deflect blue balls back... wait a second.... the penguin must, um, bounce spherical ice structures back at the ice blocks hovering in the sky. A nasty Eskimo tries to kill you with poison snowballs and the best part of the game is the price, FREE! When you play Ice Breaker, which lives in the arcade in the bowling alley in Playstation HOME, you can win a penguin themed knit hat for your PS3 avatar! Dope!
Classic Game Room reviews MAZIN SAGA MUTANT FIGHTER for the Sega Genesis video game console, aka the Sega Mega Drive. This Megadrive review shows gameplay footage of Mazin Saga, a unique and creative 2D side scrolling beat 'em up mixed with a 2-D fighting game. Based on the manga with a similar name, Mazin Saga puts you in control of the walking, ass-kickin' Mazinger-G robotic death machine. Walk around the year 1999 (even though it is now 2009) and marvel at the post-apocalyptic burned out ruins of the World as you fight evil monsters with goofy names. This game is interesting in that the 2D side scrolling fighting parts of the game are excellent and play like the Streets of Rage video games or Double Dragon. The 2D fighting scenes of the game are slow, clumsy and hurt the game greatly. An interesting find on the 16-bit console for a side scroller action game and perhaps worth a look. Classic Game Room is the retro review show reviewing Sega Genesis and Megadrive games. This review is for Mazin Saga on the MD in 16-bit awesomeness. It would be interesting to see this game remade for the PS3, Xbox 360 or Wii.
Part 1 of 2. Classic Game Room HD reviews FALLOUT 3 for the PS3 Playstation 3 video game console. This Fallout 3 review shows crystal clear gameplay and footage of this immense game that takes place in a post-apocalyptic nuclear wasteland. From the creators of Oblivion comes this massive RPG, strategy, action first person shooter style science fiction video game adventure. Fallout 3 is also available on the Xbox 360 video game console, CGR decided to try the PS3 version of Fallout 3 although we didn't compare the two. Do you ever dream of hiding in a fallout shelter (101 to be exact) and emerging to a world filled with mayhem, violence, disorder, ghouls and radioactive waste and mutated monsters? If so, hooray! This is the game for you! Fallout 3 has been getting rave reviews from other gamers and for good reason, it is entertaining. A nice combination of engrossing gameplay mixed with some serios action and mayhem capped off with RPG style adventure. Don't just dream about cooling off in a nuclear winter, live it! Fallout 3 review from Classic Game Room. CGR reviews new and classic video games for retro gamers and new gamers everywhere.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of FIST OF THE NORTH STAR: KEN'S RAGE on the Xbox 360. This manga-based video game, Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage, is also available for the PlayStation 3 from Tecmo KOEI; it was released on October 2, 2010. Journey with the main character, Kenshiro, through the ruins of post-apocalyptic Japan as he fights through several warlords to accomplish his ultimate objective. This game plays very similar to the Dynasty Warriors franchise, that is also produced by Tecmo KOEI. This CGRundertow video game review features Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage video gameplay footage and commentary from Classic Game Room's Ray.
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Tether is a pilot/concept piece for a web series that we were developing over the past few years. At this point the future of the project is uncertain, but we wanted to share the work we've done with all of you!
A big thanks to the cast and crew that helped out on this project! Couldn't have done it without you.
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Metal Max Returns review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow import review of Metal Max Returns for Super Famicom. RPGs have long needed tanks. (Insert your own joke about rocket-propelled grenades here.) Sure, there's Front Mission, but that's a tactical; there's Xenogears, but that wouldn't hit until the Playstation; there's Brass Gunners in Shining Force II, but again, tactical. In steps Metal Max Returns, a remake of the original Famicom Metal Max, a game about TANKS, post-apocalyptic peacekeeping, and MORE TANKS. I have no idea how we didn't get this in the states. But you can find a fan-translation, on the internet no less! Get to it! This video review features video gameplay footage of Metal Max Returns for Super Famicom and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
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Fallout 3 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Fallout 3 for Playstation 3. How do you bring life back to a franchise that is all but dead? Bethesda did this with the Fallout series. Taking place in a post-apocalyptic Washington DC, you explore the wasteland looking for your father. The game has has the V.A.T.S. targeting system that pauses the action, allowing you to select where you want to aim. This adds tension and makes the game much different than anything else. This video review features video gameplay footage of Fallout 3 for Playstation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
Battle of Giants: Mutant Insects review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Battle of Giants: Mutant Insects from Ubisoft for the Nintendo DS. Mutant Insects is the third release in Ubisoft's Battle of Giants series. In this one, the battle is waged by giant insects in a barren, post apocalyptic world. It sounds like something out of a campy B-movie from the 1950s, and if you're into film history and old media like Derek, you'll be excited by that title. But what you'll get is a game that misses its presentational opportunity, along with any unique presentational opportunity, and fails just short of enjoyable. You encounter bugs, you swipe the touch screen to attack and defend, you can upgrade your insect. Then you wander around and repeat the process. This video review features video gameplay footage of Battle of Giants: Mutant Insects for the Nintendo DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Race After 1977 from Xpect Games for the iPhone. Race After 1977 is a post-apocalyptic racing game, taking place in the aftermath of an apparent nuclear war. Driving through ten courses covering five different sets of ruins, you race four opponents in a pure, gimmick-less game of race-to-the-finish. Race After 1977 focuses on racing. There are no weapons or bombs or blue reptile shells. This game is all about straight-ahead racing, but the problem is the controls drop a nuke on everything Race After 1977 stands for. This video review features video gameplay footage of Race After 1977 for the iPhone and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Hokuto No Ken (Fist of the North Star) 6 for the Super Famicom. One of many games based on the popular anime & manga series of the same name, Hokuto No Ken is a 2d fighting game featuring Ken, Shin, Rau, and a few other characters from the post apocalyptic world of Fist of the North Star. This one was only released in Japan, mostly because its unusual fighting mechanics and strange design were probably not of interest to anyone who's not a fan of the original comics. This review features Hokuto No Ken 6 gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Virtual Bart for the Super Nintendo, developed by Sculptured Software and published by Acclaim. Following up on the equally weird Bart's Nightmare, Virtual Bart sees the young spiky haired Simpson kid subject himself to virtual reality experiments at the Springfield science fair. Various surreal mini-game levels include Bart as a baby, as a pig, as a post-apocalyptic road warrior, and even a dinosaur, along with a few other strange scenarios. Virtual Bart is definitely one of the most challenging and downright weird Simpsons' games ever. This video game review features Virtual Bart gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Run Saber for the Super Nintendo, from Atlus. The Run Saber is a fast-paced action platformer with heavy influence from classics like Ninja Gaiden and Strider, along with some impressive graphics and sound design. A post-apocalyptic plot, tons of crazy boss battles, and plenty of special abilities and magic attacks make this an underrated gem on the SNES. This video game review features Run Saber gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Golf / Mach Rider Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Golf and Mach Rider, a motorcycle combat game developed and published in 1985 by Nintendo for the NES. There's not really that much to say about Golf, save for the difficulty inherent in not knowing your own strength, so let's move right on into the motorcycle combat! Or, more accurately, the motorcycle-while-trying-not-to-get-rear-ended slalom that is Mach Rider. In a post-apocalyptic nightmare world, front bumpers are made of high explosives and primed to go off as soon as they touch you. Or so it seems. Otherwise, it's a nice little Pole-Position-meets-Mad-Max romp through a customizable barren wasteland. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Golf and Mach Rider for the NES and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Crystalis review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Crystalis for NES! Are you up for the challenge?? An early 90's commercial would ask you about Crystalis for the Nintendo Entertainment System, developed by SNK. Take yourself to a post-apocalyptic world and fight with sword and magic against the Draygonia Empire in this action/RPG cult classic! This CGRundertow review features gameplay and commentary from CGR's Ashton.
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Classic Game Room reviews CRASH 'N BURN for Panasonic 3DO from Crystal Dynamic released in 1993. Crash N Burn is a post apocalyptic futuristic driving game with smoother than expected racing and visuals that rock the house in 1993... in fact they're still pretty good in 2012! Pick from a group of weirdos portrayed (in the raddest fashion) by live actors in early 90s video segments. "Time to die maggot!" Choose your racing truck thing and go to war, literally, as you blow your opponents up with laser beams, missiles and rockets while out-performing them as well! Crash 'N Burn video reviews features CGR Panasonic 3DO game play of Crash N Burn tournament and rally mode. Upgrade your cars with better weapons, armor and tires in the tournament mode (but they're both pretty similar)