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Speed Devils review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Classic Game Room reviews SPEED DEVILS for Sega Dreamcast from Ubisoft released in 1999. Speed Devils is a wild and wacky arcade style racing game where you race against cars for money to buy new cars and upgrade your ride. Race through classes until you battle the final boss, DRIVER X!! Speed Devils may have been pretty cool in 1999 but lengthy, dull tracks and horrible music send this one to the bargain bin. CGR Speed Devils video review features Speed Devils Sega Dreamcast gameplay.
Classic Game Room reviews ULTRAMAN for Super Nintendo SNES from 1991. Based on the 1960's Japanese television show, Ultraman is a campy, cheesy fighting game where you play as Ultraman and beat the life bar out of cheesy monsters invading from space (or the back lot straight out of wardrobe). From Ban Dai, Ultraman may capture the cheesy feeling of the shows but fails to deliver good fighting game controls. Slow and sluggish controls, awkward movements and sloppy gameplay mechanics send Ultraman to the bargain bin. Yes, not all is bad in Japanese TV land! Ultraman is a cheesy, bad fighting game on the Super NIntendo! A rarity indeed, Ultraman has more in common with campy Genesis action titles like Death Duel and Cyborg Justice than most top shelf SNES titles like Super Metroid and Yoshi's Island.
www.astronomics****/astro-tech-telescopes_c2.aspx - If you are looking to get a new Astrotechs telescope, you may be wondering about the price that you will pay for one. The best Astrotech telescopes can be a little high for a regular customer. However, there are economical options for those looking for something in the bargain bin.
Knack review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts, hats, mugs & gear! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room reviews KNACK, an action game and launch title for the PlayStation 4 showcasing all of the exciting things the PS4 can do (which includes crashing). Knack is whack! This launch title for the PlayStation 4 showcases Sony's least exciting exclusive character ever, Knack! Knack looks like something the dog threw up and plays like a generic PS2 action game from the bargain bin. Also it may crash your PS4 which requires the power cable to be pulled. What were they thinking??