Classic Game Room reviews SUPER R-TYPE for Super Nintendo SNES video game console. This Super R-Type review shows gameplay footage from Super RType and it is quite super. The bitch-ass Bydo are back and more numerous than ever and it's up to you and your awesome force cannon and Acura Type-R space ship to wipe them out. Super R-Type from Irem makes a stunning appearance on the SNES gaming console and shines with bright, vibrant colors and non-stop action. Super R-Type is a SHMUP horizontal space ship shooter and as SHMUPS go is one of the most popular and lasting game franchises out there. So grab the SNES controller, turn on the Nintendo and get ready to rock some side scroller space ship shooter action with Super R-Rype! Classic Game Room reviews Super Nintendo snes games and is a snes reviewer reviewing the catalog of games from the early 90's. Also available on the Nintendo Wii Virtual Console, Super R-Type on VC.
Classic Game Room reviews R-TYPE for the Sega Master System from 1988! This legendary horizontal SHMUP space ship shooter is one of the most iconic video games ever created. This review of R-Type shows gameplay footage from Rtype showing the reviewed game in all of its HD glory (upconverted from the Sega Master System) As SHMUPS go this is one of the big ones and has seen numerous sequels and remakes on various consoles ranging from the Super Nintendo to PS2 and Xbox Live Arcade XBLA. Blow away the Bydo bitches with an arsenal of laser beams and missiles and power ups and the force cannon thingy that you can shoot out and reel back in. R-Type gameplay is unique and different from many side scroller shmup shootersl like Gradius and Thunder Force 6. So here it is from Classic Game Room, a review of the legendary R-Type for Sega Master System. Originally released in the arcades in 1987 from Irem, R-Type is the bomb and an a true old school shmup arcade coin-op classic worthy of being reviewed and respected by Classic Game Room. Interestingly R-Type is not available on the NES.
Man, I don't remember R-Type being so annoying. I guess when I was younger I was used to it. You get all the way to the boss, you die, and it takes you all the way back to the beginning! Damn! So annoying.
As if it couldn't get any worse, Spelunker on the NES. Terrible. It's kind of fun, I guess, in a masochist way. But don't buy either of these games. It's not worth it.
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Prehistoric Isle review. Classic Game Room reviews PREHISTORIC ISLE review for PS3 from SNK Playmore, a side scrolling 2D shoot 'em up which is like R-Type meets Jurassic Park. Prehistoric Isle is a downloadable PS Mini from PlayStation Network that is playable on PlayStation 3 and PSP. Gameplay is hard as nails and extremely fun as you pilot an old school, 1930's airplane through a prehistoric island filled with killer dinosaurs, cavemen and mutated insects. CGR Prehistoric Isle video review has Prehistoric Isle arcade gameplay recorded from PS3. Prehistoric Isle is a horizontally scrolling SHMUP with intense game play that should appeal to airplane shooter fans looking for a challenge! Affordable and super fun.
Classic Game Room reviews DUX for Sega Dreamcast, a 2009 "indie" release for the game console that won't stop rocking! This CGR review of DUX for Sega Dreamcast from Hucast**** and Kontechs has gameplay from Dux, a horizontally scrolling space ship shooter or "SHMUP" for Sega Dreamcast where you fly a spaceship against endless waves of alien scumbags! Cool visuals, awesome music and a fun R-Type style make Dux a treat to play for serious fans of the genre. While the game could have used more options the overall presentation is "indie" and slick while still being playable and fun. Region-free, Dux works on all game consoles (CGR was not able to confirm this on a PAL Dreamcast though), it outputs NTSC and VGA video. Plays with the standard Dreamcast controller or arcade sticks and saves your high scores on Dreamcast VMU card. Dux is a fun space ship shooter in the side scrolling Shmup genre and proves that the Dreamcast has many more years ahead of it!
R-Type Command review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of R-Type Command for PSP. War. The final frontier. These are the voyages of... um... R-Type. From the venerable line of shmups comes a tactical wargame... in space! Maneuver through hexes of nothingness, equip force units to your ships, and blow the enemy apart in a strange - but completely worthwhile - interpretation of a classic name in gaming. This video review features video gameplay footage of R-Type Command for PSP and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
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Classic Game Room reviews HELLFIRE for Sega Genesis released in 1990 by Toaplan and Seismic! This insanely hard side scrolling space ship shooter (or SHMUP) is for those looking for a serious, SERIOUS challenge! Bump anything and die. Get shot and die. Crash into a shot into a bump into die and die. Hard levels and that chunky Sega Genesis style make this a cool game but really frustrating with R-Type checkpoints and power ups that cause you to speed and die. CGR Hellfire video review for Sega Genesis (aka Sega Mega Drive) has 16-bit horizontally scrolling shooter action in HD!
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of the Little Mermaid from Capcom for the Game Boy. The Little Mermaid came along right in the middle of the Capcom/Disney era, a relationship that proved video games based on movies can be awesome in good hands. Now, the Little Mermaid isn't quite Duck Tales or anything, especially not on the Game Boy, but it's still a solid portable game crafted from Capcom's triton true formula. The Little Mermaid is like a mixture of R-Type and Bubble Bobble, and strange as that may sound, it's an accurate description. Ariel swims all over the screen, and she can attack enemies with a flip of her tail, like an underwater R-Type. This traps the enemies in bubbles, hence the Bobble. This video review features video gameplay footage of The Little Mermaid for the Game Boy and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of R-Type Final, a side-scrolling space shoot-em-up developed by Irem and published in 2004 by Fresh Games for the PS2. Defend Earth from the Bydo in this classic arcade-style shooter, featuring over 100 customizable ships and five difficulty modes. Unlock data on enemy combatants, develop new ships with upgraded weapons systems, and go head-to-head in Vs. mode against the AI or your own fighting style. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of R-Type Final for the PS2 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of The Little Mermaid, an action shooter developed and published in 1990 by Capcom for the NES. After the happy ending of the movie, Ariel heeds the call to save the waters from Ursula's return. Poor Eric. Trap enemies in bubbles and weaponize them to beat back the evil spell, while finding treasures of the surface dwellers. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of The Little Mermaid for the NES and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Three Wonders: Chariot review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Three Wonders: Chariot (developed and published by Capcom) for arcades, also part of Capcom Classics Collection Vol. 2 for PS2 and Capcom Classics Collection: Remixed for PSP. You remember Midnight Wanderers, the action platformer? Put that out of your mind. It's a SHMUP now! Fly to the right and shoot things, and occasionally put your tail to good use by bludgeoning down enemy craft. There are clouds to shoot, moons to... shoot... and even a Giant Enemy Crab. You're welcome. This video review features video gameplay footage of Three Wonders: Midnight Wanderers for PS2 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.