PixelJunk SideScroller review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of PixelJunk SideScroller for the PS3. Developed by Q-Games and published by Q-Games. You control as ship and blast away at the enemies that come at you. Like an old school shooter you move to the right and shoot everything. This video review features video gameplay footage of PixelJunk SideScroller and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
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Old-school sidescrolling platformers are freakin' sweet, and they don't make enough of them these days. Here are the five highest benchmarks of sidescrolling, platforming bliss.
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Classic Game Room reviews RUSH'N ATTACK for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Rush'N Attack was published by Konami for the NES in 1987 and it soared off the shelves into players' homes with its awesome silver label and stabbing gameplay. It should be called Stab'N Attack, or Shank'N Go. Rush N Attack from Konami is a clever play on words, are we fighting Russians or some mysterious force who runs mindlessly into knives? Who can be sure. One thing is for sure, this game is a classic, even if it is very overrated. Memorize'N Attack would be more like it, because you simply memorize the enemies, ladders and everything else in this game as you make your way through it armed with a knife. Couldn't they afford guns for these guys? One or two player gameplay makes Rush'N Attack a good blast from past and a fun 2D sidescrolling adventure down memory lane. Players today may get bored with the predictable enemy attacks and lack of style compared to some other Konami big hitters like Contra. This CGR review of Rush N Attack has gameplay from Rush'N Attack showing game play on the NES for Rush N Attack.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Metal Slug X for the Sony PlayStation (PS1) by SNK. The carnage filled run and gun sidescrolling action continues in the second installment of the Metal Slug series, with X being an updated and remixed version of Metal Slug 2, with added features and challenges. Control Marco and the rest of the bunch in wild and crazy shoot outs with soldiers, mummies, aliens, and a few other surprises, with a large arsenal of machine guns, grenades, rocket launchers, tanks, and flamethrowers. This review features Metal Slug X gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Metal Slug 3 for the Xbox by SNK Playmore. The carnage filled run and gun sidescrolling action continues in the third installment of the Metal Slug series. Complete with zombie blood puke attacks! Marco and friends find themselves in yet another arcade classic, in what's regarded as one of the best Metal Slug games ever with tons of new gameplay features added since prior games, including branching paths within levels and new challenging modes for the home console versions. This review features Metal Slug 3 gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Metal Slug 4 for the Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) by SNK Playmore / Mega Enterprise. Marco and the gang are back as the carnage filled run and gun sidescrolling action continues in the fourth installment of the Metal Slug arcade shooter series. There hasn't been much changed in this sequel but it's still undeniably classic Metal Slug face melting action with all new levels, insane bosses, and plenty of mind blowingly challenging situations to take on. This CGRundertow video game review features Metal Slug 4 gameplay footage and analysis from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse for the Super Nintendo by Capcom. Disney's iconic rodent embarks on a sidescrolling adventure full of magic and fantasy as he tries to rescue his dog Pluto from the evil Emporer Pete. To spice up the usual platforming action, Mickey can also put on various costumes with new abilities, taking the role of magician, firefighter, or mountain climber. Varied gameplay and good range of difficulty make this a solid platformer with graphics and sound to match Disney's classic storybook atmosphere. This CGRundertow video game review features The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Metal Slug for the Neo Geo by SNK. The legendary shoot 'em up series started here in 1996 with this intense action sidescroller with a vibrant cartoony look and sense of humor. As Marco you can mow down countless enemies and mind-blowing boss vehicles with an explosive variety of weaponry. Few games in shmup history have been able to match Metal Slug's level of incredible carnage, and this new version for download on the PlayStation Network also features online cooperative play, so grab a buddy and run and gun! This review features Metal Slug gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Legend of Kage originally released for arcades by Taito. Released in arcades in Japan in 1985, this sidescrolling ninja action classic gives you a sword and endless shuriken in a quest to rescue Princess Kiri from an army of evil ninjas and fire breathing monks. It's fast and frantic gameplay would live on in other ports to home computers like the MSX, Commodore 64, and also the NES, but thanks to the Taito Legends 2 compilation we can finally play the great looking and brutally challenging original Japanese version. This review features Legend of Kage gameplay footage from Taito Legends 2 on the Playstation 2 (also available on Xbox and PC) and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Operation C for the Nintendo Game Boy by Konami. This first installment of the Contra series to hit handheld consoles in 1991 plays like a condensed version of Super C, but is still a great translation of the run and gun shoot 'em up classic to the portable realm. You control Bill Rizer in a battle against the alien hordes of Black Viper, and fans of the original sidescrolling shooter will feel right at home. This review features Operation C gameplay footage on the Super Game Boy and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Super Meat Boy, a 2D sidescroller released in October of 2010. Play as Meat Boy and save your girlfriend, Bandage Girl from the evil clutches of Dr. Fetus. Dash through complex levels dodging saws, syringes, and evil meat boys in an attempt to reach your band-aided lady on the other side. This video game review is brought to you by Classic Game Room's Jen and features gameplay footage from the Xbox Live Arcade version of Super Meat Boy, distributed by Steam and developed by Team Meat. Super Meat Boy is available on the Xbox Live Arcade and on Windows.
Bart's Nightmare is a 2d sidescroller released in 1992. Play as the fiesty Simpson's son in his dreamworld when he falls asleep writing a report. Collect the pages of your report to get a high grade when you wake up. Fight your way through various minigames to acquire those pages and try to stay asleep! This video game review is brought to you by Classic Game Room's Jen and features gameplay footage from Bart's Nightmare for the Super Nintendo, published by Acclaim, developed by Sculptured Software. Available on the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo.