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Toejam & Earl review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Toejam & Earl for the Sega Genesis from Johnson Voorsanger Productions and published by Sega. The rapmasters from Planet Funk-o-Tron run into a funky mistake when Earl is allowed to drive the ship and crash lands on Earth, requiring them to search through a cartoony world for the pieces of their wrecked spaceship. Control one of the two or take a buddy along for the ride in one of the more creative and fun Sega titles to hit the Genesis. This video review features video gameplay footage of Toejam & Earl for the Genesis and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
14 Oct 2012
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A disgusting ToeJam STRICTLY COMEDY....
9 Aug 2007
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Toejam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Toejam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron, developed by Johnson Voorsanger Productions and published by Sega. In a dramatic departure from the roguelike genre that formed the core gameplay of the first TJ & E, Panic on Funkotron follows the boys back to their home planet, but with unexpected alien visitors from Earth that have stowed away on their spaceship. It's up to Toejam and Earl to round up the unwelcome guests and blast them back home. This video review features video gameplay footage of Toejam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron for the Genesis and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
13 Oct 2012
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Old school SEGA commercial.
12 Jan 2007
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Yo we beat out this funktastic manicotti. It was jammin'
10 Oct 2008
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Today on Hard News, some new PlayStation Network games are rumored, Quantum Conundrum's DLC and World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria has a collector's edition.
15 Aug 2012
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Today we've got new DLC for Borderlands 2 and Mass Effect 3, tons of games heading to XBLA/PSN soon, a massive Rockstar Games Collection on the way, and some mysterious news regarding Sony's recently purchased Gaikai.
13 Oct 2012
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People often ask me what my favourite retro games are, so here they are: all 115 of them!For those of you wondering "ah, what the hell is that game?" fret not. Not counting the title screens at the start the games shown are, in order:Donkey Kong, Decap Attack, Excitebike, Super Mario All Stars, Bases Loaded 4, Baseball, Hardball 3, Balloon Fight, California Games, Golden Axe, A Boy & His Blob, Kid Icarus, Moonwalker, Killer Instinct, Streets Of Rage 2, Super Metroid, Zelda II, Mortal Kombat 3, Punch Out!, Psycho Fox, Splatterhouse 2, Tetris, Sonic CD, Super Mario RPG, Mortal Kombat, Road Rash 2, Revenge Of Shinobi, Desert Strike, Final Fight, Fire Pro Wrestling X Premium, Double Dragon, Toki, Super Ghouls N Ghosts, Super Adventure Island, Super Mario RPG, Super Hang On, Mega Man 2, Pilotwings, Rainbow Islands, Super Mario Bros 2, Robocop Vs The Terminator, Sonic 3, Stunt Race FX, ToeJam & Earl, Zelda: A Link To The Past, The Terminator, Sonic CD, Super Mario Kart, Chiki Chiki Boys, Comix Zone, Cool Spot, FIFA, Super Ghouls N Ghosts, Kid Chameleon, F-Zero, Alex Kidd In Miracle World, Aladdin, Bonanza Bros, Castlevania, Contra 3, Donkey Kong Country, ISS, RC Pro-Am, Night Trap, Afterburner 2, Dick Tracy, Joe & Mac, Mickey Mania, Ristar, Starwing, Toki, Super Off Road, Super Star Wars, Prince Of Persia, Super Mario Bros, Sonic 2, Ecco, James Pond 2: Robocod, Super Mario Bros 3, Sensible Soccer, Street Fighter II Turbo, Earthworm Jim 2, Super Punchout!, Castle Of Illusion, Gunsmoke, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Yoshi's Island, Super Marioland, Gunstar Heroes, The Legend Of Zelda, Striker, Donkey Kong Jr, Zombeis Ate My Neighbours, Zool, Rocket Knight Adventures, Sonic & Knuckles, Kirby Superstar, Marble Madness, Bubble Bobble, Digger T Rock, Duck Tales, King Of The Monsters, Smash TV, Joe Montana's Sports Talk Football, Battletoads, The Immortal, Jurassic Park, Bart's Nightmare, Alien 3, Chuck Rock, Aero The Acrobat, Metroid, Primal Rage, Goonies II, Sunset Riders, Bubsy The Bobcat, Super Mario World. Then the wee bit at the end's Night Trap again.The music is "Perfect Situation" by Weezer.This is the definitive collection of my favourite 8-bit and 16-bit games ever, and I'm dedicating it to the members of the ONM forums at forum.officialnintendomagazine****** becuase they help make my job so rewarding. Cheers troops.
15 Nov 2008
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