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Tomb Raider: Legend review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Tomb Raider Legend for the PS3. Developed by Crystal Dynamics and published by Eidos Interactive. A Tomb Raider game with you in control of Lara Croft. Das Rezept für Lángos - Hefefladen in der Rubrik Gebäck Christian Langos Rezept lecker Stalker Gebäck
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ZAXXON review. Classic Game Room reviews ZAXXON from Sega for the ColecoVision released in 1982. Zaxxon is one of the first videogames to use shadows and amazed its early 80's audience with a unique perspective as seen from above and to the side, a perspective that was almost impossible to capture in home console versions like the Atari 2600... but the Coleco Vision delivers! Originally released by Sega to the arcades in early 1982, Zaxxon is a thrilling old school space ship shooter with air and ground targets. You can pilot the space ship up and down as well as left and right to dodge a wide array of enemy missiles, laser beams, force fields and space ships! CGR Zaxxon video review on ColecoVision shows gameplay from Sega's Zaxxon on Coleco's awesome game console. Released in 1982 for Coleco Vision, Zaxxon is easy to collect and affordable.
Classic Game Room reviews VENTURE for ColecoVision from 1982. Based on the 1981 arcade machine from Exidy, this Coleco version of Venture is solid, outstanding arcade style dungeon adventure meets Berzerk-style gaming.
Classic Game Room HD reviews Donkey Kong Junior for Coleco Colecovision! Donkey Kong Jr. was released in the arcades by Nintendo in 1982 and found its way onto numerous video game consoles in the following years. DK Jr. is on the Atari 2600, Atari 7800, ColecoVision and Nintendo Entertainment System just to name a few. This Donkey Kong Jr. review features gameplay footage from Donkey Kong Junior showing this Nintendo old school arcade game video game masterpiece being played. Witness three rounds of Donkey Kong Jr. as found on this Coleco produced ColecoVision game cartridge! Witness Donkey Kong's son fighting Mario to save his father in this rare game where Nintendo's hero, Mario, is a bad guy! Classic Game Room reviews Coleco Colecovision games because we are a Coleco Colecovision reviewer reviewing Atari games! Watch CGRHD for Colecovision reviews of classic retro old school video games from the 80's.
Classic Game Room reviews Donkey Kong Junior for Atari 2600 VCS! Is this the worst version of Donkey Kong JR. ever or is it the best? Donkey Kong Jr. was released in the arcades by Nintendo in 1982 and found its way onto numerous video game consoles in the following years. DK Jr. is on the Atari 2600, Atari 7800, ColecoVision and Nintendo Entertainment System just to name a few. This Donkey Kong Jr. review features gameplay footage from Donkey Kong Junior showing this Nintendo old school arcade game video game masterpiece being played. Witness three rounds of Donkey Kong Jr. as found on this Coleco produced Atari 2600 game cartridge! Witness Donkey Kong's son fighting Mario to save his father in this rare game where Nintendo's hero, Mario, is a bad guy! Classic Game Room reviews Atari 2600 games because we are a Atari 2600 VCS video computer system reviewer reviewing Atari games!
Classic Game Room reviews CENTIPEDE for ColecoVision! This Atari game makes its way to Coleco Vision in 1983 with this stellar arcade conversion for the Coleco home video game console. Absent is trackball support but gameplay remains solid as you shoot insects, spiders, weird ass things that fly by and that GOD DAMNED CENTIPEDE THAT JUST WON'T STOP!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sorry.... I get carried away. This Centipede review has Centipede gameplay footage and I want to strangle that f'n Centipede with my shoe laces. I swear that I have nightmares about that thing. Crawling, maneuvering and dodging my laser fire... why does it hate me? WHY!? All I ever wanted was to be friends with Centipede but nooooo, no somebody had to break into smaller centibits and attack me from the side and bottom of the screen. And don't even get me started on that friggin' spider, that sell out bitch! Centipede review for Colecovision. Only on Classic Game Room. From Atarisoft (no relation to Nerf, although Nerf is soft. And friendly!) Centipede is a classic, retro, old school, coin op video game for Coleco Vision. And Centipede is evil.
Classic Game Room reviews DONKEY KONG for ColecoVision. This Coleco game from 1982 was actually packed in with the Coleco Vision game system for a while. Nintendo's Donkey Kong is one of the most famous and well loved video games of all time. How does the ColecoVision version of Donkey Kong compare to the arcade original and the Atari 2600 and Atari 7800 versions of Donkey Kong? Solid graphics and colors make the Coleco cartridge of DK look sharp and fun to play. The game suffers from some twitchy controls and a lackluster difficulty curve. This Donkey Kong review features gameplay footage from the video game being played showing how to play Donkey Kong on the Coleco. This is an easy game to collect today and remains a classic. Nintendo's Donkey Kong and Mario have now been featured in hundreds of games on primarily Nintendo produced game systems. It's always a treat to see Mario Bros. and Donkey Kong on Atari and Colecovision. Classic Game Room is the retro reviewer reviewing ColecoVision video games and hardware. How does this compare to Donkey Kong on the NES and Atari 7800?
Part 2 of 2 Colecovision review. Classic Game Room reviews the COLECOVISION video game system and stages a competition between Coleco, NES and Atari 2600. What is the better game system, the Coleco Vision, Nintendo Entertainment System or Atari 2600???? Find out in this review. The ColecoVision from Coleco was released in 1982 and is an incredible old school game console. It has a library of 125+ games and many popular arcade conversions like Donkey Kong, Burgertime, Defender and Q*Bert. How do power supplies affect a console's power? Watch this awesome CGRHD review competition and find out as the Colecovision goes head to head against the Atari 2600 and Nintendo Entertainment System NES retro video game systems in this reviewer's reviewed review or reviewing this... um, whatever. The search terms should have been picked up by now. CGR is king of the impossible.
Part 1 of 2. Classic Game Room Hardware Review, Watch in High Definition! CGRHD reviews the ColecoVision from Coleco released in 1982. The Colecovision was an amazing game console (and still is) with a catalog of more than 125 video games release between 1982 and 1984. It rivals the NES in many ways and certainly handed the Atari 2600 its own ass with superior arcade conversions and action packed old school video games. For retro gamers today the Colecovision is stil highly enjoyable to play because of the quality of the video games available on it. Coleco didn't mess around, sure it's ugly, but it's awesome! Originally the Colecovision came packaged with Nintendo's Donkey Kong if you can believe that... Classic Game Room reviews old school and retro video game hardware, systems, controllers and consoles. CGR is the retro reviewer to watch if you want to see these old game systems in full HD video with technical discussion and hardware craftsmanship.
Classic Game Room reviews BURGERTIME for the ColecoVision video game system from 1984. Originally released by Data East in the arcades in 1982, Burgertime is an awesome arcade video game and has a tremendous cartridge on the Coleco Vision. This Burger Time review has gameplay and footage from Burgertime showing the old school arcade action, excitement and challenge in making your Chef run from Mr. Egg, Mr. Hot Dog and Mr. Psychopathic Mutant Dill Pickle Maniac Warhammer. If you want superior graphics, sound and authentic arcade style check out this Colecovision video game over other versions. It is rock solid in every way and Burgertime should appeal to modern and retro gamers alive. Classic Game Room is the old school reviewer reviewing ColecoVision video games from the early 80's as well as PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii.
Classic Game Room reviews Q*BERT for the ColecoVision video game system from 1982! QBert is the MAN (or alien or whatever)! He hops from block to block and makes them change colors, he has an awesome nose and this game is funky fresh on the Coleco Vision. Solid graphics, excellent gameplay and an affordable price make QBert on the Colecovision an arcade retro gamer's dream. This Qbert review has gameplay footage from Q*Bert showing the excellent arcade conversion that trumps the Atari 2600 cartridge. Classic Game Room is the only retro and modern game reviewer reviewing Colecovision games in High Definition. If you like old school games, you need to jump on the Classic Game Room awesome-wagon. Qbert is a coin-op classic from the 80's that remains fun and addictive to play today.
Classic Game Room review the Colecovision Roller Controller! The Coleco Vision Rollercontroller has a track ball, 2 standalone joysticks and 28 buttons. It shares a power cord with the Colecovision video game console and basically kicks all kinds of ass. If you want to play certain kinds of Colecovision games like Slither then you will need to use this awesome controller. Remember back when stand up arcade machines like Missile Command and Centipede had track balls? Relive those days with the Coleco Vision Roller Controller in this review. Find out if this is the retro video game controller for you! Classic Game Room is the best source for retro gaming reviews as we are the self proclaimed premier old school game reviewer of the millennium. The Colecovision Roller controller is a classic gaming accessory that you must own if you play Colecovision. This review was filmed in HD widescreen 1080i with a Canon XH-A1 videocamera. This is the best video game controller from the 1980's and works like a champ today.
Classic Game Room HD reviews the iconic DEFENDER for the Colecovision video game console! This Defender review shows off the Eugene Jarvis masterpiece as it was released by Atarisoft for Coleco Vision. This game was originally a 1980 arcade hit from the masters at Midway. Regarded as one of the best games ever created, Defender is in many ways a very early SHMUP style horizontal shooter. It is different from most SHMUPS in many ways, but it does have a space ship, the space ship shoots things and those things happen to be aliens. Blast the evil landers before they kidnap humans and turn into mutants! Defender was released on numerous game platforms over the past 30 years (almost 30 years) like the Atari 2600, Playstation and Xbox Live Arcade XBLA. The game has staying power because of its fun and addictive gamplay and steep difficulty curve. Crush alien invaders like a maniac in DEFENDER and blast your way to a high score. Classic Game Room reviews the best new and retro video games, hardware, joysticks and equipment daily. If you are a retro gamer or old school video game enthusiast, you need to be watching CGRHD.
Classic Game Room HD reviews the Atari 2600 game playing Colecovision Expansion Module #1 for the Coleco Vision video game console! Play all of your favorite Atari 2600 VCS titles like Yars' Revenge, Mario Brother, Defender and Combat on your Colecovision with this handy and stylish Expansion Module #1. It plugs right into the front of your 1980's old school ColecoVision game console and plays retro old school video games with ease and clarity. No need to have two game systems hooked up to one television with this thing, play games from multiple game consoles and impress your friends. We wonder if they will ever release a Colecovision Expansion Module that plays Playstation 3 PS3 games and Xbox 360 games on the Colecovision, that would be rad. Party like it's 1982 with a can of Tab, a Ronald Reagan t-shirt and your Coleco Vision game console complete with the Expander Module to play Atari 2600 games. Being old school was never so cool. Classic Game Room reviews the best of the new and old school video game accessories and hardware.
Classic Game Room reviews the Colecovision Controller for the Coleco Coleco Vision video game console. This old school controller may have the same plug as controllers for the Atari 2600 and Sega Genesis, but it is very different! Plug this into your Colecovision and use the keypad or joystick to play games like Gorf, Frogger and Defender. It feels like a remote control and has 2 buttons on the side like the Atari 7800 controller design. Only Classic Game Room reviews retro gaming accessories, controllers and hardware. Watch all of our video game controller reviews and equipment review shows. There are other alternatives to the Colecovision controller and we'll get into that in a future review. Maybe we'll try and find some aftermarket controllers with a different design.