Trip out on a whole new level of post apocalyptic action in this unusual new download able pack.
Witcher 2 brings the hardcore RPG experience back to the PC, but is it too brutal?
Andy Kelly (ultrabrilliant) delves into sci-fi MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic in our video review. Will you be picking up Bioware's World of Warcraft rival? Or is The Old Republic just taking the Sith?
Spring may be a-comin' in, but the darkness is also coming in video #52 - a trailer for CITY OF HEROES' Issue 22: Death Incarnate!
From the moment I saw the concept art and original screenshots at the CITY OF HEROES: FREEDOM Player Summit last November, I knew I had to do a trailer for this one. Even from those few hints, I could tell this issue was going to be something special... and it is!
"Death Incarnate" takes us back to a zone rich in lore and possibilities - Dark Astoria. From the perpetual night that shrouds the place to the abandoned vehicles and buildings, from the gothic majesty of Moth Cemetery to the ghosts that wandered in unending purgatory, it was a zone that players on both sides begged to see more of. And now they will... in ways they never dreamed possible. This issue brings several new contacts and story arcs, plus repeatable missions, and an Incarnate-level Trial, all in a Dark Astoria that is on the brink of being consumed by a dark god...
And that's not all! To fight the darkness, sometimes one must become the darkness - and Issue 22 gives us Darkness Control! Proliferated now to more archetypes, heroes and villains alike can channel the depths of the Netherworld in furtherance of their goals, however noble or vile they may be.
(Astute viewers will notice a few other little hints and Easter eggs in here about Things to Come! That's right... additional features will be implemented shortly after Issue 22's release that you might catch a glimpse of here!)
But this return to Dark Astoria needed music that was up to the task. Enter composer Thomas Vo, whose creation "In Ruins" beautifully showcases all that is bright and dark in "Death Incarnate", from Paragon City struggling to accept the loss of two of its most well-loved heroes, to the desperate battle to contain the evil poised to destroy Dark Astoria and everything along with it. (Visit Thomas' website at *******www.thomasvomusic**** for more information.)
Like my other videos, this one is tagged as Samuraiko Productions, for those who follow my work. Enjoy!
Footage from CITY OF HEROES and CITY OF VILLAINS, used per general permission from NCSoft/Paragon Studios. Music is "In Ruins" by Thomas Vo, licensed from Thomas Vo Music. All rights reserved by their respective owners.
Bureau 13 is a secret branch of the FBI assigned the job of dealing with supernatural criminals. This Fantasy/Humor series of novels is written by Nick Pollotta, and based upon the RPG "Stalking the Night Fantastic".
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With an expanded setting, a fresh story and characters as well as an all-new technical foundation, Risen 2 expands on the success of this popular RPG franchise. Set several years after the end of Risen, the game drops players into a cataclysmic world where raging titans have devastated the planet and pushed humanity to the brink of existence. Subsequently, monstrous creatures have risen from the watery depths of the sea and their attacks have brought all seafaring to a grinding halt. The hero, now a member of the Inquisition, is sent out to find out how to stop the chaos caused by these creatures from the deep. His quest begins with rumors that the pirates who frequent the southern islands are the only ones who know a way to get rid of the creatures once and for all and end their reign of terror.
Bastion review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Bastion for PC! Developed by Supergiant Games, this multiple award winning title is a must-have! Explore the ruined world of Caelondia and birth new life with each step. Dynamic story telling and beautiful visuals and orginial score set this indie title apart from most any downloaded game of 2011. This CGRundertow review features game-play and commentary from CGR's Ashton.
Landstalker review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Landstalker from Climax Entertainment and SEGA for the SEGA Genesis. Landstalker is an isometric action RPG. You play as Nigel the Treasure Hunter as he, uh, hunts for treasure. Landstalker takes players through lots of different environments, from dark caves to busy villages and poisonous swamps. And there are freaking enemies everywhere. It's like Zelda for the Genesis. This video review features video gameplay footage of Landstalker for the SEGA Genesis and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Risen 2: Dark Water review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Risen 2: Dark Water from Piranha Bytes and Deep Silver for the PlayStation 3. Risen 2 is a sequel to a 2009 PC game. You play as a guy who drinks so much rum, he ignores women lying in his own bed. Somehow, he goes on a secret mission with said woman to find a magical weapon that can defeat the Kraken. It's an open world action RPG with pirates, which sounds awesome. But the original PC release was kind of a mess of a game, and things are worse on consoles. Screen tearing, a terrible frame rate, the list goes on. This video review features video gameplay footage of Risen 2: Dark Water for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles is a multiplayer RPG released in 2003. Choose a class and build up your character with your best friends. Utilizing the Game Boy Advance as a controller, Crystal Chronicles created a whole new style of gameplay in this spin off of the Final Fantasy series. This video game review is brought to you by Classic Game Room's Jen and features gameplay footage from Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles, published by Nintendo, developed by The Game Designers Studio. Available only on GameCube.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Hyperdimension Neptunia from Idea Factory, Compile Heart and NIS America for the PlayStation 3. Hyperdimension Neptunia is a bizarre video game even for bizarre video games. The combat is convoluted, the story is ridiculous and the innuendo is a little overbearing, but unlike other bizarre JRPGs, Hyperdimension Neptunia is aware of it. The game has a terrific sense of humor that has fun with its audience, its industry and even itself. Things get started with a battle between four goddesses, a war that has evidently been raging for many years. You play as the goddess Neptune, but in the middle of the battle, your fellow goddesses decide to team up and get rid of you. They are Black Heart, who watches over the industrial realm of Lastation; White Heart, who rules over the ivory realm of Lowee; and Green Heart, the voluptuous goddess of Leanbox. This video review features video gameplay footage of Hyperdimension Neptunia for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom from Sony Online Entertainment for Playstation 3. Everyone likes being the hero out to save the world and the fantasy RPG genre always seems to provide that. The kingdom has become corrupt and you must save it. You play from one of three different classes, either the Warrior, Mage, or Scout. Each has their own abilities and strengths, providing different gameplay and strategy. The game also has a good leveling system, turning your character into exactly what you want them to be. But there are also orbs to collect, weapons to find, and armor to equip. The game can become repetitive with all the hacking and slashing, but is still a solid fantasy action RPG. This video review features video gameplay footage of Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom for Playstation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.