Supersonic pinball review. Classic Game Room reviews SUPERSONIC pinball machine from Bally released in 1978 with the Concord on the front! SUPER SONIC pinball action with the mile high club, drunk pilots and open windows (or did I make that up?)
Classic Game Room reviews STRANGE SCIENCE Pinball Machine from Bally Midway released in 1986. Strange Science was released around the same time as Weird Science, the movie. The objective in Strange Science pinball is to transfer a woman's brain into a monkey and a monkey's brain into a woman by hitting targets and ramps to complete 1980's style objectives. Strange Science is most famous for an insane 5-ball multiball after player locks five pinballs in the atom smasher. This CGR video review of Strange Science pinball has arcade pinball machine game play from Strange Science.
Classic Game Room reviews BOSCONIAN arcade video game by Bally Midway and Namco released in 1981. Bosconian is a top down free roam style space ship shooter that is rare to find in its original arcade videogame cabinet form because many Bosconian arcade games were turned into Galaga machines because they run on similar hardware and Galaga was more popular. Gameplay is fast and frantic as you blow up enemy space ship based and wipe out waves of space ships. Fans of top down shooters like Thunder Force 2 should hunt down some Bosconian! This CGR review of Bosconian has Bosconian arcade machine gameplay showing the Bosconian cabinet, videogame machine and game play at PAPA world headquarters.
Classic Game Room reviews SPY HUNTER for the NES Nintendo Entertainment System. Spy Hunter is the 1983 classic from Bally Midway where you play as a spy driving a car and boat that blasts enemy vehicles and helicopters while dodging innocent civilians. Players score points as they drive and cover distance. Spy Hunter is as old school arcade challenging as it gets and will punish all but the most skilled players with unpredictable enemies and bad guys looking to run you off the road. It's a cool game, a cross hybrid between an arcade shooter and driving game. Spy Hunter arcade cabinets were really cool back in the day too. This NES video game cartridge can be easily found these days for an affordable price. This CGR review of Spy Hunter has gameplay from the NES video game Spy Hunter showing Spy Hunter game play in HD action.
Classic Game Room reviews SOLAR FOX for the Atari 2600 from CBS Electronics. Solar Fox is an arcade style game where you collect energy cells to save Earth! Avoid fire balls being shot by sentinels and collect the cells as quickly as possible to maximize points. Solar Fox is entertaining, fast paced and very playable on the Atari 2600. Works well with standard joysticks and the Sega Genesis gamepad. This CGR review of Solar Fox has gameplay from Solar Fox showing game play on the Atari 2600 in HD video. Released in 1983, Solar Fox is originally from Bally Midway and the grey Atari 2600 cartridge is published by CBS Electronics.
Classic Game Room reviews RAMPAGE for the Sega Master System video game console. Rampage was released in 1986 for the arcades by Bally Midway and allowed three players to play one of 3 different monsters at the same time! Play as George, Lizzy or Ralph, huge mutants that resemble Godzilla, King Kong and a big Wolf! Rampage is a classic arcade smash hit, and the stand up machine is worth a great amount of cash today. This awesome version on the Sega Master System was released in 1986 and was distributed by Activision. The SMS has some great arcade ports and some real duds, this is one of the best! Controls are spot on, colors and graphics are superb and Rampage comes alive in this cartridge. Classic Game Room is the retro reviewer to watch for Sega reviews. CGRHD loves Sega and is a Sega reviewer of consoles like the Master System, Sega Dreamcast, Sega Genesis, Sega CD and Sega Saturn. This review shows gameplay and footage from Rampage! Old school gaming at its finest. Will Rampage see a remake on XBLA Xbox Live Arcade, the PS3 Playstation network or Wii virtual console... maybe it's on Wii. Maybe I should check that.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Satan's Hollow from Bally Midway. Released to arcades in 1982, Satan's Hollow uses the same shoot 'em up template as many of the era's classic space shooters, only it drops the altitude down 100,000 feet or so into the fiery pits of Hell...where weather reports are useless, because it rains blood from a lacerated sky on a daily basis. This video review features video gameplay footage of the arcade game Satan's Hollow and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Atlantis pinball review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Classic Game Room reviews ATLANTIS pinball from Bally released in 1989. This is the future when we embrace global warming!! Break out the 1970s aerosol can and fire up that Hemi because it's time to melt the ice caps and break Atlantis to life. Awesome, fast gameplay combined with a cool underwater theme and babes riding dolphins makes Atlantis a must play for pinball fans!
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of the arcade game Xenophobe from Bally Midway. Released to arcades in 1987, just a year after the release of Aliens, Xenophobe was developed and published by Bally Midway. Xenophobe is an alien-themed action game in which you're tasked with cleansing a level of aliens clearly inspired by the Alien movies. You play Xenophobe on a screen horizontally split in four ways, and these rows are intended for multiplayer. Each player has his or her own row in which to slay the alien scum, and there are also three distinct playable characters per row. This video review features video gameplay footage of the arcade game Xenophobe and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Rampage, a city-destroying action game developed by Bally Midway and published in 1988 by Data East for the NES. SMASH BUILDINGS EAT PEOPLE AVOID TANKS. That's pretty much the size of it. Take control of George the Giant Ape or Lizzie the Mutated Lizard in this arcade classic's NES interpretation. Sure, it's missing a character and the soundtrack's nonexistant. But back in '88, your only other option was to haul your butt down to the arcade and stand in front of a machine. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Rampage for the NES and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRUndertow review of Jerry Glanville's Pigskin Footbrawl, developed and published by Bally Midway for the Sega Genesis. It's football, 7th century style, full of metal armor, Viking barbarians, swords, axes, and a multitude of obstacles that will make it difficult for you to get that six points. A port of an arcade classic, you control one out of up to six players on the field and use up to three tactics on either side of the ball to confuse and even kill your opponents. This video review features video gameplay footage of Jerry Glanville's Pigskin Footbrawl and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
Cosmos pinball review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & hats! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room reviews COSMOS from Bally released in 1968!! Flip, bounce and bounce again as you enjoy the pleasing chimes and classy artwork found in Cosmos.
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