Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate for the Nintendo Wii U developed and published by Capcom. Take one of the Wii's best games, give it new HD graphics and add a slew of content, and you get this monstrous Wii U title. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is a gigantic action RPG for gamers who want to kill monsters and time—more than 100 hours of hunting and gathering awaits! Forge new weapons, take on dangerous beasts and establish your reputation as a true Monster Hunter! This video review features video gameplay footage of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate for the Nintendo Wii U and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
CGR Trailers, from Classic Game Room®, presents “Cobalt Scar” video for the Scars of the Awakened pack for EVERQUEST II from Sony Online Entertainment. Enjoy!
Hexen II review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Hexen II for PC developed by Raven Software and published by id Software. Hexen II: Is a fantasy based first person shooter developed by Raven Software and Published by id software. Hexen II is set on the planet Thyrion some years after the first Hexen. Gameplay is fairly similar to Hexen 1, and is split between fighting enemies and solving puzzles. Hexen II also introduces RPG elements, as you kill enemies you gain experience points and as you level up your health and mana increase. You can take the fight to Eidolon either by yourself or team up with your friends with 4 player CO-OP. This video review features video gameplay footage of Hexen II for PC and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Jon.
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Mars: War Logs review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Mars: War Logs on the PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 3 developed by Spiders and published by Focus Home Interactive. Mars: War Logs is an action RPG similar to Mass Effect, only with less emphasis on shooting. In fact, where Mass Effect is a shooter, Mars: War Logs is more like a 3D brawler. The game features the same kind of morality dynamic with branching dialogue, as well as a surprisingly bold story. Players assume the role of Temperance, a prisoner in a war between guilds on Mars. Centuries after its settlement, the planet has been torn apart by the scarcity of water, giving its people no choice but to fight for survival. Temperance meets a young prisoner named Innocence, and together, they plan to escape. Mars: War Logs features some graphic content, proving that no matter what planet you're on, war is hell. The game is built upon a scavenging system that allows players to loot their environment and use the parts to upgrade their weapons and armor. Even a broken pipe can be a weapon with the right attachments. Mars: War Logs is a single-player RPG. This video review features video gameplay footage of Mars: War Logs on the PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
An introduction to a tabletop RPG called Savage Worlds - the runaway success by Great White Games and Pinnacle Entertainment Group.
This video was originally posted in 2013, when Savage Worlds was celebrating ten years of "Fast! Furious! and Fun!" adventure.
In this video, I design a faction of poverty-stricken hackers from the ground up, explaining the artistic reasoning behind each and every detail.
A good faction helps you capture the creative spark of your campaign. Rolling your ideas into a faction gives you something you can use, something your characters can interact with and understand, and a vehicle for telling stories that suit your campaign's tone and direction.
Another great role playing game in the series. Great graphics, detailed.
This video project records a highly enjoyable and rewarding Horror Role Playing Game I created with the help of my friends Gareth and Natasha. From June 2005 to February 2006 we played this game - which I called 'Hellmouth' (mainly due to Buffy) which told the story of Daniel Ketch, played by Gareth and Layla Van Der Graaf, played by Natasha who had a series of bizarre and horrific things happen to them because they'd moved to a small town called Springwood (which was the Hellmouth) I made this video of character pictures and player handouts (newspaper articles, missing persons milk cartons etc) The video documents my memories of the five stories the three of us created. All in all it lasted about 46 sessions. I've been playing Role Playing Games since the Basic D&D red box edition and this was my favourite game I ever ran. I hope you enjoy this very personal project.
I advice you to but this wonderful game
it is an action role playing game
watch and enjoy .
Mass Effect is an action role-playing game under development by BioWare exclusively for the Xbox 360, which will be the first installment of a planned trilogy.
Real World Couple To Be Married In Online Virtual World Witnessed By Thousands Of Video Game Enthusiasts, Only In Las VegasThe SOE Fan Faire is a unique social event in which players of SOE's most popular titles congregate to meet their online, game-playing peers. Adding to the festivities, this year's Fan Faire will host the first-ever live and virtual wedding ceremony for two attendees who are avid players of the top-selling SOE title EverQuest II. During this unprecedented ceremony, the couple will simultaneously exchange live and virtual vows through their EverQuest II avatars at computers perched on the altar.In addition, Fans of EverQuest and EverQuest II, as well as strategy game enthusiasts received a special surprise from Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) President John Smedley during his Fan Faire Community Address when he revealed plans for Legends of Norrath, the first online trading card game based on SOE's popular MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) franchises. For more information and to register, visit: *******events.station.sony****/fanfaire/