Classic Game Room reviews JUST CAUSE 2 for Playstation 3 PS3, also available for Xbox 360 and PC. Take to the air and explore (destroy) 400 square miles of some of the most beautiful landscaping that fake nature has ever created. Just Cause 2 from Avalance Studios, Square Enix and Eidos is like GTA San Andreas meets Bionic Commando meets HAWX. All of that adds up to some serious chaos and mayhem as you take command of more than 100 vehicles to rid this beautiful paradise of the oppresive military regime and pretty much anything else that explodes, falls over, bursts into flames or sinks. This CGR review of Just Cause 2 has gameplay from Just Cause 2 on PS3 showing Just Cause 2 game play in HD action. It's not as gritty or violent as the newer Grand Theft Auto installment and shares much with the newer Red Faction release, Just Cause 2 should appeal to fans of the open world-chaos, destruction and mayhem genre. The sky is where this game shines as you command fighter jets and helicopter gunships and waste ground and air targets wih serious force. Use your bionic grappling hook to skyjack choppers and parachute into enemy encampments. Hundreds of missions and challenges await you in this massive video game which may have some repetition but makes up for it with aerial induced mayhem. PS3 Just Cause 2 UPC 788687500791
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.