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Serious Sam: The Random Encounter review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Serious Sam: The Random Encounter for PC developed by Vlambeer and published by Devlover Digital. Serious Sam: The Random Encounter was a turned based RPG released in 2011. In this game one plays as Sam Stone, and attempts to fight the forces of Mental. The game plays as a traditional turned based RPG, one selects their action and attacks and then ends their turn. One has access to numerous weapons seen in previous Serious Sam games, and eventually forms a party with three members. This video review features video gameplay footage of Serious Sam: The Random Encounter for PC and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Jon.
4 Sep 2013
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Exploring Chernarus looking for action and finding it! With some funny moments thrown in! Hope you guys enjoy!
1 Apr 2019
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Ever wondered what a random encounter with a deer on the road at night would be like? ‘Deer’ god, this guy certainly did not expect such a violently warm welcome!
27 Dec 2018
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The new Serious Sam is out. And with it comes the Indie Series, three insane re-imaginings of the Serious Sam world. Anthony runs all of them down for you.
9 Dec 2011
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Forrest from parkourgenerations**** was out & about on a video shoot last year for the Discovery Channel ident. Kiell & Julie Angel shadowed (hi-jacked) the shoot & just for fun were there keeping him company. A random encounter, a random man...
7 Mar 2008
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Pokemon Soul Silver/Heart Gold Action Replay Codes PART 2 Since everybody wants more codes, here's some more. YOU NEED AN ACTION REPLAY TO USE THESE CODES. Pokemon Soul Silver Game ID: IPGE-2D5118CA Pokemon Heart Gold Game ID: IPKE-4DFFBF91 PP Never Decrease 5224B30C E0001B00 1224B30C 000046C0 D0000000 00000000 1st Pokemon HP 999/999 (L+Up) 94000130 FDBF0000 62111880 00000000 B2111880 00000000 10049E60 000003E7 10049E64 000003E7 D2000000 00000000 Opponent 1st Pokemon HP 1 (R+Up) 94000130 FEBF0000 62111880 00000000 B2111880 00000000 10049F20 00000001 D2000000 00000000 Opponent 1st Pokemon Status Abnormal (R+Right) 94000130 FEEF0000 62111880 00000000 B2111880 00000000 00049F40 000000FC D2000000 00000000 1st Pokemon PP 99 Use activator version if this doesn't work 6211BBA4 00000000 62111880 00000000 B2111880 00000000 00049E40 63636363 D2000000 00000000 1st Pokemon PP 99 (L+Left) 94000130 FDDF0000 62111880 00000000 B2111880 00000000 00049E40 63636363 D2000000 00000000 L Instant Encounter, R No Encounter, L+A Normal 94000130 FDFE0000 92248018 0000FC4F 1224801A 00007800 12248026 00007840 D2000000 00000000 94000130 FEFF0000 92248018 0000FC4F 1224801A 00002000 12248026 00002000 D2000000 00000000 94000130 FDFF0000 92248018 0000FC4F 1224801A 000020FF 12248026 000020FF D2000000 00000000 No Random Encounter 92248018 0000FC4F 1224801A 00002000 12248026 00002000 D2000000 00000000 All Frontier Record Sticker on Battle Recorder (Select) 94000130 FFFB0000 62111880 00000000 B2111880 00000000 10000E8E 00000004 00000E90 00040004 00000E94 00040004 D2000000 00000000 Max Battle Frontier Points (Select) 94000130 FFFB0000 121D3450 0000270F D2000000 00000000 Remove PKMN Battle Resrtcition 92072702 0000D102 12072702 0000E002 D2000000 00000000 Unlock Battle Frontier Bag 52248BE0 49B6D01D 22248BE1 000000E0 D0000000 00000000 Use one of these: Hold L During Battle To Use Bag 5223A7DC 47701810 1223A7E0 00006AC0 D0000000 00000000 5223A7DC 47701810 94000130 FDFF0000 1223A7E0 00002000 D2000000 00000000 Hold R During Battle To Use Bag 5223A7DC 47701810 1223A7E0 00006AC0 D0000000 00000000 5223A7DC 47701810 94000130 FEFF0000 1223A7E0 00002000 D2000000 00000000 Pokethlon Point Max (Select) 94000130 FFFB0000 62111880 00000000 B2111880 00000000 0000E558 0001869F D2000000 00000000 Pokethlon Total Point 999 (L+R) 94000130 FCFF0000 62111880 00000000 B2111880 00000000 1006CD08 000003E7 D2000000 00000000 Complete Data Card (Select) 94000130 FFFB0000 62111880 00000000 B2111880 00000000 0000E55C 07FFFFFF D2000000 00000000 Enable to Enter Pokethlon Room (L+R) 94000130 FCFF0000 62111880 00000000 B2111880 00000000 000010EC FFFFFFFF 000010F0 FFFFFFFF 000010F4 FFFFFFFF 000010F8 FFFFFFFF 000010FC FFFFFFFF D2000000 00000000 1 Hit Kills Pokemon (Press SELECT) 94000130 fffb0000 62111880 00000000 b2111880 00000000 10049f20 00000001 10049f24 00000001 d2000000 00000000 Pokewalker Step Count 9999999 (Select) 94000130 FFFB0000 62111880 00000000 B2111880 00000000 0000E718 0098967F D2000000 00000000 Subscribe for more cheat codes.
19 Mar 2010
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Dowload here: *******firelinked****/tia259/Beta The game takes place in Sanctuary, the dark fantasy world of the Diablo series. This world was saved twenty years prior by a handful of unnamed heroes in Diablo II. Warriors who, having survived the onslaught brought by the armies of the Burning Hells, have gone mad from their ordeals. It is up to a new generation of heroes to face the forces of evil threatening the world of Sanctuary. Players will have the opportunity to explore familiar settings such as Tristram. The only confirmed NPCs are Deckard Cain,[5] who has appeared in both of the previous games, and his stepdaughter, a new character that accompanies the hero in quests from time to time. Cain's journal on the official site brings the player up to speed on the events of the first two games.[6] Diablo's world map is composed primarily of two main continents with several small islands in the Northwest region. Diablo III is similar in style to its predecessor, Diablo II. The proprietary engine will incorporate Blizzard's custom in-house physics, a change from the original usage of Havok's physics engine,[9] and feature destructible environments with an in-game damage effect. The developers are aiming to make the game run on a wide range of systems, and have stated that DirectX 10 will not be required.[10] Diablo III will use a custom 3D game engine[11] in order to present an overhead view to the player, in a somewhat similar way to the isometric view used in previous games in the series.[10] Enemies will utilize the 3D environment as well, in ways such as crawling up the side of a wall from the depths into the combat area.[5] As in Diablo II, multiplayer games will be possible using Blizzard's Battle**** service,[12] with many of the new features developed for StarCraft II also available in Diablo III.[10] Players will be able to drop in and out of sessions of co-operative play with others.[13] An enhanced quest system, a random level generator, and a random encounter generator are slated for use in order to ensure the game provides different experiences when replayed.[2] Overall, the game will include both static and randomly generated levels.[13] Additionally, there will be class-specific quests to go along with the main storyline quests.[14] Blizzard originally planned to have in-game cutscenes,[15] but decided these would divert from the gameplay and decided against them. Three new armor pieces will be available: shoulder plates, arm-guards and leggings.
5 Sep 2011
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Classic Game Room reviews MIMANA IYAR CHRONICLE for Sony PSP from Aksys. This lengthy Japanese role playing game for PSP has players exploring a massive world by finding their way through mazes and solving quests and adventures. Start of as Crais who is hired by Sophie and build up your experience by slaughtering piles of enemies in random encounters. Mash buttons or cast magic spells in Mimana Iyar Chronicle as you beat up giant lobsters, sheep, chickens and Jello-O shapes. Mimana Iyar Chronicle may not be the most exciting game out there, but for those looking for aredictable Japanese style role playing game with anime and random encounters on the PSP, check out Mimana. This Japan style RPG adventure game on PSP has bright colorful visuals and some well produced anime cut scenes to move the story along. Voice acting and text dialog also tell players what's going on. From Aksys, Mimana Iyar Chronicle on Sony PSP
31 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews DIVINITY 2 EGO DRACONIS for Xbox 360, also available for PC. This massive RPG style adventure game has more than 60 hours of gameplay and countless hours of searching every corner and pile of dirt for items. Not as approachable as many arcade fantasy RPGs, Divinity II limits its audience with a level of complexity and depth rarely seen in console games. Featuring some fun hack and slash (or magic bomb) action gameplay, Divinity 2 is a cool game with a beautiful, immersive world. It's a shame that some tedious issues and a lack of random encounters hampers some fun in the Divinity 2 game play. This CGR review of Divinity 2 Ego Draconis has gameplay from the Xbox 360 release of Divinity II Ego Draconis showing game play in action, also available on PC. Even with its issues that may turn off casual gamers, Divinity 2 is a rich, complex game where your character eventually turns into a dragon! UPC 894388002257 Role Playing Game PC Xbox 360 developed by Larian Studios published by CDV Software Entertainment USA
1 Aug 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews STALKER CALL OF PRIPYAT for PC from GSC Game World and Viva Media. This first person shooter style RPG adventure game is the sequel to the popular PC game S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Play as a soldier dropped into the zone to find out what happened to 5 crashed helicopters in the future after a fiction second meltdown at Chernobyl. The zone is filled with mutants, paranormal activities, artifacts and dirtbags packed with machine guns. Fun! Plod around through the rain and complete side missions, collect weapons and buy armor and upgrades. Fans of other time consuming RPG adventures like Fallout 3 and Borderlands may want to give this game a try. While the environment in STALKER may be huge it is very bleak and kind of bland compared to some other games, but still packs a cool feel with some action and random encounters as you wander about. This CGR review of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat has gameplay from STALKER Call of Pripyat on PC showing PC game play on a gaming laptop using an ATI card playing Stalker Call of Pripyat. FPS RPG adventure game with guns! UPC 838639005871
2 Aug 2012
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Beyond The Beyond review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Beyond The Beyond for Sony Playstation. Games can sometimes be panned for not being innovative enough, while others do too much at once. How about a game that only changes a few things about a well-known and easy to pick up formula, without over stepping its bounds? That's what Camelot (The same company that brought us awesome games like Golden Sun and even Shining Force) produced in 1996 with Beyond The Beyond. While the graphics in the game look SNES era, the music is kind of unforgettable, and the random encounters are many, Beyond The Beyond did make a few small changes to a simple battle system and made a very underrated video game. It's a JRPG, so expect the normal stuff like breaking an annoying curse, saving your home kingdom from certain doom, and witness the deaths of the main characters friends. While a little cliché and made to be a very safe and comfy experience, Beyond The Beyond is a game that fans of Dragon Quest, Phantasy Star, and similar games will enjoy. This video review features video gameplay footage of Beyond The Beyond on the Sony Playstation, and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Jonathan.
30 Sep 2012
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Hero Senki: Project Olympus review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow import review of Hero Senki: Project Olympus for Super Famicom. This has been a test of the TJ-CGRundertow tokusatsu-related video game broadcasting system. Had this been an actual tokusatsu game, there would be a hell of a lot more screaming and jumping around. Instead, we get a cute little RPG... that just happens to feature Ultraseven, Kamen Rider Black, and Ray Amuro piloting the original Gundam. (In a world where all of that is to scale, and can fit inside buildings for random encounters.) Hey, crossovers don't have to make sense. It's drinkable! This video review features video gameplay footage of Hero Senki: Project Olympus for Super Famicom and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
13 Oct 2012
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