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Shock Troopers MVS review. Classic Game Room reviews SHOCK TROOPERS for the Neo-Geo MVS from Saurus and SNK, being played on the Analogue Interactive SMVS Slim video game console which is a solid wood consolized Neo-Geo MVS. Originally released in 1997, Shock Troopers is an awesome, action packed arcade game where you mow down enemies with a variety of weapons like machine guns, flamethrowers and miniguns! Shock Troopers is a top down run n' gun style shooter in a similar style to Ikari Warriors or Commando (but Shock Troopers is even more explosive!). CGR Shock Troopers video review shows Shock Troopers gameplay recorded from the Neo-Geo MVS game console, the Analogue Interactive CMVS Slim.
6 Jul 2012
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The King of Fighters 13 review. Classic Game Room reviews THE KING OF FIGHTERS XIII for Xbox 360 (also for Playstation 3 PS3) from SNK Playmore and Atlus. CGR The King of Fighters XIII video review features The King of Fighters 13 gameplay in HD from the Xbox 360 video game console. There's 30+ playable characters including numerous SNK fan favorites like Mai, Andy and Robert. Play through the arcade mode, storyline more, challenges mode or enjoy some online multiplayer gameplay or a local on the couch 2-player fighting fest. Visuals are stylish and run smoothly but retain the classic 2D charm from the Neo-Geo (although they aren't as chunky as they used to be). Music and sounds are excellent and SNK Playmore and Atlus should be applauded for releasing such a fun and playable entry in The King of Fighters series.
8 Jul 2012
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Panasonic 3DO review. Classic Game Room reviews the PANASONIC 3DO video game console model FZ-1 released in 1993. The Panasonic 3DO has an awesome library of video games like Road Rash, Myst and Novastorm but unfortunately was released with a $700 price tag in the early 90's, yikes! Failure in the marketplace followed but the awesome games still arrived on the Panasonic 3DO. Panasonic 3DO video review features Panasonic 3DO model FZ-1 (as well as comparison shot vs. model FZ-10). Prone to breakage and difficult to repair, the Panasonic 3DO is for serious collectors looking to relive the early 90's in style with some awesome games.
12 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews the PANASONIC 3DO Controller for the Panasonic 3DO videogame console released in 1993. The Panasonic 3DO video game console was sold with one controller that could be daisy chained with up to 7 more for multiplayer games because of an expansion port on the controller itself. The gamepad looks like a Sega Genesis controller mixed with a Super Nintendo controller and has a headphone jack. This 3DO controller video review shows the grey Panasonic 3DO controller with A, B and C buttons and head phone jack.
14 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews the NINTENDO GAMECUBE videogame console from Nintendo released in 2001. This CGR video review of the Nintendo GameCube hardware shows the black Nintendo Gamecube and silver Gamecube controller. This GameCube has the Game Boy Adapter which player Gameboy videogames, Game Boy Advance and Game Boy Color. The GameCube was a competitor to the Sony Playstation 2, Xbox and Sega Dreamcast. Many of the popular GameCube games can be easily found today like Metroid Prime, Mario Kart Double Dash and Resident Evil 4. The Nintendo Gamecube is Nintendo's first primary optical disc based video game console and it uses memory cards. Gamecube games can be played on the Nintendo Wii today.
15 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews the GAME BOY GAMECUBE adapter for Nintendo GameCube released in 2003 from Nintendo. It sits beneath the Nintendo GameCube and connects via a high speed port so that you can play original Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance videogames on your GameCube on a big screen television! Hear the audio in stereo clarity that you won't get on the GBA or GameBoy handheld video game consoles. The Game Boy Player works with a software boot disc that is required for the system to work. This CGR video review of the Nintendo Game Boy Player for GameCube shows GameBoy gameplay played through the Game Boy Player (games shown are Mario Kart Super Circuit, F Zero and Super Mario Bros. Deluxe). Unlike the Super Game Boy for SNES, the Game Boy Player will play Game Boy Color and GBA videogame game packs.
15 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews JAI ALAI for Super Color Volley X from 1977, a sports videogame that comes built in to the Super Color Volley X video game console from Roberts! The "missing ball" in parts of this review is due to interlacing and not magic. The ball is there and wants to be seen but cannot because of old school interlacing and the 70's fear of the future!!
15 Jul 2012
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Part 3 of 3. Classic Game Room reviews the SUPER COLOR VOLLEY X video game console from 1977. This battery powered classic videogame system from the 70's has several different versions of Pong as well as a rifle shaped light gun for skeet and target shooting games. The Super Color Volley X from Roberts comes with 2 built in controllers and two more additional ones for 4 player games. The games includes in Super Color Volley X are tennis (Pong), hockey, Jaialai and target shooting games. This CGR review has gameplay from Super Color Volley X, a classic videogame console computer system from the 1970's and one of the earliest game systems ever created. The Super Color Volley X from Roberts competed against Atari Pong machines and the early Magnavox Odyssey.
17 Jul 2012
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Part 2 of 3. Classic Game Room reviews the SUPER COLOR VOLLEY X video game console from 1977. This battery powered classic videogame system from the 70's has several different versions of Pong as well as a rifle shaped light gun for skeet and target shooting games. The Super Color Volley X from Roberts comes with 2 built in controllers and two more additional ones for 4 player games. The games includes in Super Color Volley X are tennis (Pong), hockey, Jaialai and target shooting games. This CGR review has gameplay from Super Color Volley X, a classic videogame console computer system from the 1970's and one of the earliest game systems ever created. The Super Color Volley X from Roberts competed against Atari Pong machines and the early Magnavox Odyssey.
17 Jul 2012
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Part 1 of 3. Classic Game Room reviews the SUPER COLOR VOLLEY X video game console from 1977. This battery powered classic videogame system from the 70's has several different versions of Pong as well as a rifle shaped light gun for skeet and target shooting games. The Super Color Volley X from Roberts comes with 2 built in controllers and two more additional ones for 4 player games. The games includes in Super Color Volley X are tennis (Pong), hockey, Jaialai and target shooting games. This CGR review has gameplay from Super Color Volley X, a classic videogame console computer system from the 1970's and one of the earliest game systems ever created. The Super Color Volley X from Roberts competed against Atari Pong machines and the early Magnavox Odyssey.
17 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews the NINTENDO 64 video game console from Nintendo released in 1996. The N64 is Nintendo's 64-bit answer to the Atari Jaguar and plays videogame cartridges instead of CDs like the Playstation and Sega Saturn. This video review of Nintendo 64 shows a gray N64 videogame console with a matte grey finish and blue controller. The N64 is the successor to the Super Nintendo SNES game console (and uses the same wires) and the predecessor to the Nintendo Gamecube and Nintendo Wii. This CGR review of Nintendo 64 system shows the N64 game system in glorious HD video.
17 Jul 2012
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God of War: Ascension is an upcoming third person action-adventure video game being developed by SCE Santa Monica Studio and to be published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The game is scheduled to be released on March 12, 2013 for the PlayStation 3 video game console. The game will be the seventh installment in the God of War series and a prequel to the entire series.
20 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room educational film: HOW TO CLEAN GAME CARTRIDGES! This CGR special shows you how to clean videogame cartridges using a Q-tip (not the rapper) and isopropyl alchol. Collecting for N64, Atari 2600, Colecovision, NES, SNES, Genesis or any other cartridge based video game console? Then odds are you'll run into some dirty game carts that need a simple cleaning before they work. If you buy used video game cartirdges you'll frequently find some that don't work when you power up the game system. A simple cleaning will fix the videogame cartridge 99% of the time because the contacts become dirty over time. Sometimes they become flat our disgusting and filthy. Clean your game cartridges with rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab and never let grime in the way of your gaming again!
21 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews APACHE AIR ASSAULT for Playstation 3 PS3 video game console published by Activision. Fly a variety of helicopters like Apaches and the Hind against waves of baddies and terrorists in HAWX meets Choplifter. This CGR review of Apache Air Assault has gameplay from Apache Air Assault showing a video review of Apache Air Assault with game play on PS3.
22 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews a grab bag of Sony PSP Go accessories from eBay, how much can you get for $15 + free shipping? Lots! Screen protectors, cases, chargers, PSP Go component cables and more for the cost of a pedicure. Hoorah! That's a man's $15 spent! Now you can protect your PSP from gunshots and embarrasment by having more than 1 case. All accessories come in crinkly plastic bags which make annoying sounds, how cool! The PSP Go is a handheld video game console from Sony and plays Videogames downloaded from the Playstation Network.
22 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews BLOOD DRIVE for Playstation 3 PS3 video game console (also available for Xbox 360), a post-apocalyptic zombie-slaughtering automobile combat game. Drive cars straight outta Mad Max and Road Warrior in gladiator style duels against other rides and waves of zombies! Various arena style events like Zombie Roadkill, checkpoint races and "keep the skull" (or whatever it's called) keep gameplay tight and ferocious albeit repetitive after a while. Controls take a bit of time to get used to but work well once mastered and the battlegrounds themselves are moderately interesting and chock full o' zombies. This CGR review of Blood Drive has gameplay from Blood Drive in the review showing videogame game play of Blood Drive from Activision on PS3, also available for Xbox 360.
22 Jul 2012
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