I downloaded the video I didn't make it. But it kick ass that's way I decided to upload it.
this is the Opening Montage of the chrono cross game
this game in play station one ... its RPG game
but its the best game i have ever played
on this clip u will hear a great music with great movie
you will enjoy it.... thanx to SQUARESOFT for this game
Final Fantasy 7 review. Classic Game Room reviews FINAL FANTASY VII for PlayStation 1 from SquareSoft released in 1997! The epic JRPG masterpiece that got Westerners addicted to the Japanese Role Playing Game genre remains an epic, beautiful masterpiece more than a decade after its release. Available as a cheap buy for PS1 or a download for your PlayStation 3, it's never too late to enjoy the saga of Final Fantasy VII. CGR Final Fantasy 7 video review has gameplay from Final Fantasy VII the demonstrates its amazing visuals, game play and music.
Final Fantasy Tactics review. Classic Game Room reviews FINAL FANTASY TACTICS for PlayStation 1 from Squaresoft which was released in 1997 (in the US) and is one of the most beloved turn based RPG strategy games ever made!
Classic Game Room HD reviews BUSHIDO BLADE for Playstation 1 PS1 video game console. Bushido Blade was released in 1997 and was instantly one of my favorite fighting games ever made. Choose from a small selection of characters and an awesome variety of weapons to stab, slash, hack or mash your opponents with. Bushido Blade was respected yet never really achieved popular mass market appeal, games like DOA, Tekken and Samurai Shodown were far more popular... yet Bushido Blade has something they don't. Maybe it's the lack of a health bar, maybe the weapons based combat or maybe it's just the style. This CGRHD review of Bushido Blade has gameplay footage from PS1 showing Bushido Blade being played in vs. mode and in POV (point of view) mode. You could even link two PS1 consoles together and play a friend in POV combat. The storyline is fun, but 2 player vs. combat is what this game is made for. Get 1 second kills or strech the game out all afternoon. Use button combos and three stances to wield an amazing variety of attacks with which to eliminate your enemy. Bushido Blade was developed by Lightweight and published by Squaresoft in 1997. The PS1 game disk can be found relatively easily, although not as cheaply as some other games for Playstation 1. They made a sequel, Bushido Blade 2, but I want an all-new Bushido Blade for PS3 or Xbox 360 with multiplayer. This is one of the finest fighting games ever made, a true departure from the norm and a worthwhile addition to any video gamer collection. Master the samurai style with the action packed Bushido Blade on PS1.
Classic Game Room starts off Nintendo Week with a review of RAD RACER for the NES, Nintendo Entertainment System. This RAD RACER review shows gameplay of Nintendo's 1987 answer to Sega's Out Run. Which is better? Watch the review and make up your mind. Boasting excellent controls, above average graphics and gameplay as well as a 3-D mode for 3D gaming, RAD RACER is well above awesome, it's RADICAL. Drive a Ferrari 308 Twin Turbo or a Formula 1 F1 race car in Rad Racer through 8 different tracks based on locations around the world. The game has a rocking soundtrack that you can change while driving and features some hype beats that are also rad. If you're looking for a good old school driving game with a lasting "fun factor" then Rad Racer is worth a look. It's totally tubular to the max because Rad Racer is an awesome race car arcade style driving game. Classic Game Room is the ultimate retro video game reviewer, as well as the most radical game review show on earth and all surrounding galaxies, dimensions and undersea environments. Retro gamers and old school video game enthusiasts unite, CGR! This game was made by Square (aka Squaresoft)
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Final Fantasy 3 (aka 6) for the Super Nintendo by Squaresoft. Considered by many to be the best entry of the Final Fantasy series or even one of the best RPGs of all time, it's no doubt that this is a 16-bit masterpiece with an engrossing story, memorable characters and music, stunning graphics, and classic RPG gameplay. Join Terra, Locke, Edgar, Sabin, and the rest of the huge cast of characters in their struggle against the evil Kefka who wishes to harness the powers of magic to destroy everything in his path. This review features Final Fantasy 3 gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Final Fantasy VII from Squaresoft for PlayStation. Final Fantasy VII is also available for PC. Arguably the greatest RPG ever made, Final Fantasy VII combines elements of fantasy, science-fiction, politics, and humor and blends it together with excellent cinematics, gameplay, and musical score. You are Cloud Strife, a former soldier turned mercenary with a twisted and uncertain past. He becomes caught up in the revolutionary scheme of AVALANCHE against the evil Shinra Corporation and must stop the enigmatic Sephiroth from destroying the planet. This video review features video gameplay footage of Final Fantasy VII for the PlayStation and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Final Fantasy Tactics, developed by Squaresoft for the Playstation. Travel across the kingdom of Ivalice with nobleman Ramza Beoulve and an amateur band of fighters as you fight to survive the conflict known as the Lion War. Choose from 20 different professions as your characters grow to use magic, swordsmanship, healing, and other traits that will help you claim victory over your foes in a battle map worthy of Squaresoft ingenuity. This video review features video gameplay footage of Final Fantasy Tactics and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
Final Fantasy Chronicles Final Fantasy IV review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Final Fantasy Chronicles Final Fantasy IV for PlayStation. Released in 2001 by Squaresoft along with Chrono Trigger, this is the remake of the original Super Nintendo game Final Fantasy II. Arguably one of the best RPGs on the Super Nintendo, this re-release let players relive all the adventure from a decade earlier. Classic turn based RPG action at it's best, this game won a place in our heart with it's beautiful presentation, riveting musical score, and timeless story! This CGRundertow review features gameplay and commentary from CGR's Ashton.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Brave Fencer Musashi, published by Squaresoft for the PlayStation. Hack and slash through the Allucaneet Kingdom and defeat the evil Thirstquencher Empire in this PS1 classic that blends Zelda-esque swordplay with detailed RPG-esque mechanics. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Brave Fencer Musashi and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Chrono Trigger for the Super Nintendo, from Squaresoft. Often praised as one of the best games of all time, this time traveling RPG from 1995 is truly timeless. Chrono Trigger was produced by a dream team of developers that had worked on previous Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest titles, not to mention character design by Akira Toriyama of Dragon Ball Z fame. Gameplay innovations and and an immersive storyline make this a legendary 16-bit experience that must be played to be believed. This review features Chrono Trigger gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Suishou no Dragon review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Suishou no Dragon for Famicom Disk System developed by DOG and published by Squaresoft. Suishou no Dragon (AKA Crystal Dragon, AKA Suishou no Ryu) combines the talents of animation studio Nippon Sunrise (best known for the Gundam series) and pre-Final Fantasy Square, to create a simple point-and-click adventure game of spacefaring, shipwrecks, interstellar motorbikes, and an alien conspiracy. Teenage protagonist Hugh has to kick around the sector, bartering for plot-crucial items and battling the eponymous dragon, all to save his telepathic girlfriend. This video review features video gameplay footage of Suishou no Dragon for Famicom Disk System and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
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This is my first tribute of Kingdom Hearts made by me.I hope you'll like it ; )
I've made this video with a cool song of my favourite group LP