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Legacy of the Wizard review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Legacy of the Wizard for NES. Falcom's always been a kind of niche developer, especially given western tastes. As such, while we've seen our fill of Ys, the acclaimed Dragon Slayer series haven't been nearly as well-represented here on these shores. Well, except for Legacy of the Wizard, a hybrid Action-Adventure-RPG-Platformer hybrid that tasks the player with delving through a 256-screen dungeon in search of the sword to beat down DA DWAAAGON. As ya do. This video review features video gameplay footage of Legacy of the Wizard for NES and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
8 Sep 2012
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Pyle PSPHD42 review, PSP to HDMI converter. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Classic Game Room reviews the Pyle Audio PSPHD42 PSP to HDMI converter that outputs a full screen 720P image to your HDTV, plasma screen, LCD or HD projector. The PSPHD42 also sends audio on the HDMI cable or via a stereo jack for an external amplifier. You'll be amazed at the amazing visuals contained within your PSP game library as colors and details explode off of our HDTV. Annoying it suffers from a noticeable input delay so button commands are not as immediate as you may like for action games, but your immense library of JRPGs and tactical strategy games won't care. PSPHD42 works on later-model PSPs that have the video output option (which also supports the component video cables). This thing has a zoom button that fills the screen with the PSP image and that's really one of its coolest features. CGR Pyle Home PSPHD42 video review features the PSP to HDMI converter being used with games such as Tactics Ogre, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, Soul Calibur, Growlanser Wayfarer of Time, Ys 7, Persona 3, Gungnir and God of War Ghost of Sparta.
14 Sep 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game console review of the TurboGrafx-16 and TurboGrafx-CD add-on. Released in Japan in 1987 as the PC Engine, and in North America in 1989, the TurboGrafx-16 was developed by NEC and Hudson Soft and had an 8-bit CPU and 16-bit GPU. While it lacked the development support and popularity of competing systems like the Sega Genesis and the Super Nintendo, there are still plenty of great classic games that have come out for the console, like Bonk's Adventure, Ys, Splatterhouse, and plenty more. This video game console review demonstrates the uses and features of the TurboGrafx-16 and TurboGrafx-CD add-on with commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
18 Nov 2012
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