XBLA, Car Combat, Slick Entertainment, $15.00
Scrap Metal attempts to combine car racing and combat into something as delicious as chocolate and peanut butter. But does this title satisfy? ...I totally just made myself hungry.
It's a shmup! It's a platformer! It's ALL THINGS TO ALL PEOPLE - maybe.
Classic Game Room reviews STREETS of RAGE 2 for Xbox Live Arcade for the Xbox 360 video game console. Streets of Rage 2 is a Sega Genesis classic 2D side scrolling beat 'em up originally released in 1992. This CGR review of Streets of Rage in HD shows high definition gameplay footage of this incredible video game with intricate details in the background and awesome music. You can play as four characters including Blaze who is all gussied up in red vinyl and ready to take on thugs in the 'hood! Earn achievement points on Xbox Live Arcade / XBLA and play in cooperative 2 player gameplay. The chunky pixels and awesome gameplay from the Sega Megadrive MD version of Streets of Rage are here except now in full HD clarity and brilliance. Classic Game Room is the retro reviewer reviewing Sega Genesis games and Mega Drive games with respect for the 16-bit era of gaming.
Classic Game Room reviews SMASH TV for Xbox Live Arcade on Xbox 360. This SMASH TV review features HD gameplay from Smash TV, the iconic arcade hit from Williams featuring a demented Running Man style tv where you must survive by destroying waves of enemies, robots, tanks and goons! One of the creators of Smash TV is Eugene Jarvis, hero of CGRHD for his creation of Robotron 2084 and Defender. Using Robotron-style dual joystick controls you move with the left analog thumbstick on the 360 controller and fire with the right. Gameplay is frantic and out of control with more enemies than you can possibly destroy with your pea shooter gun. Weapon power ups, shields and extra lives are a must in this quarter munching arcade machine which was released in 1990. This XBLA version of Smash TV looks just like the arcade machine. Players can play a co-op game with a friend over Xbox Live Arcade and machine gun enemies together. You have unlimited continues when playing the XBLA Xbox 360 version of Smash TV. This is a must have, very affordable and really fun. Smash TV is TOTAL CARNAGE!!!!!!!!! Classic Game Room reviews XBLA video games as an XBLA reviewer reviewing games like Smash TV for Xbox Live Arcade. Although a sequel to Smash TV was talked about sadly it never came to be made.
Watch in High Definition! Classic Game Room reviews FEEDING FRENZY 2 for Xbox 360 and XBLA from PopCap. This awesome arcade style game has a lot in common with Shark! Shark! for the Intellivision and is an extremely fun game with a long storyline mode. Start out each level as a small fish, eat other fish, grow in size and eat larger fish. Collect power ups and extra points along thew way. Watch out for sharks, jellyfish, barracudas and some end bosses through! Feeding Frenzy 2 gameplay footage in this review shows this Pop Cap game, Feeding Frenzy 2 being played on Xbox 360 in HD. If you like old school retro classic arcade games with a new twist you'll dig Feeding Frenzy 2! Classic Game Room reviews XBLA games as an XBLA reviewer reviewing Xbox 360 games, new and old. Earn achievement points in Feeding Frenzy 2.
Awwwwww BREAKOUT! Classic Game Room was the FIRST classic video game review show on the Internet in 1999. Returning in 2008 with new episodes, Classic Game Room breaks out a review of BREAKOUT for the Atari 2600 VCS video game console. Use the Atari paddle controllers to bounce a mysterious alien ball into line after line of multi colored blocks. Sounds simple, but it isn't. This awesome game from the 1970's is a true retro arcade, coin-op, old school classic video game that is worth remembering. The Breakout style is legendary and influenced many other video games. Are you into retro gaming? Then you need to be into Breakout for the Atari. Be sure to watch the original Classic Game Room episodes. Classic Game Room was the original classic video game review show on the Internet in 1999-2000, now on DVD. The HD series is reviewing PS3, Genesis, NES, Atari and Xbox 360. Xbox Live Arcade XBLA. Reviews.
Hey all you RAD retro gamers! After getting delayed by some hardware issues and scheduling conflicts, RAD Retro Reviews (RRR) returns with a review for yet another side scrolling beat 'em up. This time it's the infamous DOUBLE DRAGON, now available on the Xbox Live Aracde (XBLA).REVIEWED:-Double Dragon (XBLA)Enjoy! Remember, RETRO RULES!NOTE to new fans and passer-byers:-The gameplay footage in this video is not *perfect* by design. It is intended to illustrate the difficulty of gameplay, and not representative of the player's gaming ability.-Our 10 point scale is not a standard scale. Please refer to our Rating System video to learn more.-To ask questions or ask for advice, please EMAIL RAD Retro Reviews via email: RADRetroReviewsgmail.com-For more gaming fun, check out our website! www.freewebs.com/radretroreviews#92 - Top Rated (Today) - Gadgets & Games#65 - Top Rated (Today) - Gadgets & Games
Braid video game review for Xbox Live Arcade.
Selecting footage for this review was difficult because I didn't want to spoil anything. But because there is no filler in this game, and it's all unique content, it's difficult to figure what else to show. The only way to truly understand this game's brilliance is to watch one of the more difficult puzzles be solved while fully understanding the game's mechanics.
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DEVELOPER: Number None Inc.
RELEASE DATE -- PUBLISHER
US 08.06.08 -- Number None Inc.
AU 08.06.08 -- Number None Inc.
JP 08.06.08 -- Number None Inc.
EU 08.06.08 -- Number None Inc.