Classic Game Room HD reviews COSMIC CONFLICT for the Magnavox Odyssey 2 video game console. The O2 was called the Philips Videopac G7000 in Europe and Cosmic Conflict is called awesome everywhere. Back in 1978 after watching Star Wars before it was destroyed and Battlestar Galactica when Faceman from the A-Team was on it, you could play Cosmic Conflict and be blown away by flying through space and shooting 15 enemy space ships! No more.. no less, 15. 16 is right out. Earn the rank of Commodore 64 or be fired in disgrace, Cosmic Conflict may not be terribly exciting to look at today but this game is an amazing piece of history. It is similar to STAR SHIP on the Atari 2600 except without a moving starfield or oat cluster shaped asteroids. The viewscreen resembles the view you'd get in FPT first person shooter today and the space ships look like Lego TIE Fighters. Anyway, if you collect Magnavox Odyssey 2 games this is one you should play if, for no other reason, you can be promoted to Commodore 64. Classic Game Room is the ultra hyper retro gaming review show. If you like old school video games and retro reviews then you should be watching Classic Game Room... or playing Cosmic Conflict!
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