Classic Game Room reviews the SEGA GAME GEAR which was originally released in North America in the year 1990! Handheld gaming has never been less portable but more exciting. The Sega Game Gear eats six AA batteries in two hours but delivers Sega quality video games on a full color screen. Take that black and white Nintendo Game Boy! Color! Even if you need to plug it in to play games lasting more than 2 hours... The Game Gear may show its age with a dim LCD screen and washed out colors, common with older handhelds these days. But an awesome library of collectable games await you for an affordable price. Perhaps you just want to rebuild your collection and relive your youth? Were you playing Game Gear in the hallway while making smart-assed comments as kids with their sad black and white game boys walked by? Did your Game Gear accidentally beat up a rival's Atari Lynx? Yeah, you know it. The Game Gear may not be the handheld of choice now but it was a terrific addition to the Sega hardware catalog and was built to last (as well as it could). This CGR review shows a Sega Game Gear in the video game review and features Game Gear games such as Sonic the Hedgehog and Mortal Kombat II. The Sega Gamegear review shows the Sega Game Gear screen, battery compartments and buttons up close.
FlatOut review. http://www.ClassicGameRoom.com Shop CGR shirts & mugs! http://www.CGRstore.com Classic Game Room reviews FLATOUT for PlayStation 2 from Bugbear Entertainment and Empire released in 2004, a rockin' driving game with some seat belt wearing safety warnings! FlatOut is also available for Xbox and PC and should be in your driving game collection immediately!
Carnival review. http://www.ClassicGameRoom.com Shop CGR shirts and hats!! http://www.CGRstore.com Classic Game Room reviews CARNIVAL for Atari 2600 from Sega and Coleco!! It's a super fun carnival where you shoot owl targets, ducks and bunny rabbits but beware of the Galaxian-duck-ghosts that will eat your ammo! Make sure to aim for the rotating pipes at the top of the screen hiding behind the green block.... what is actually supposed to be happening here??? Carnival is a 1982 release for the Atari 2600 based on Sega's popular 1980 arcade game. CGR Carnival video review features Carnival Atari 2600 gameplay.