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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Super Godzilla for the Super Nintendo, developed by Toho. As aliens invade Earth only you can control Godzilla (thanks to a chip implanted in his brain) to save the planet against monsters like King Ghidorah, and Mechagodzilla. The gameplay is a strange mix of strategically maneuvering Godzilla on a grid based map, collecting items and destroying stuff, and eventually culminating in a boss battle driven by your fighting spirit meters and cinematic special attacks. Fans of guys fighting in giant rubber suits or strange 16 bit experiences will not want to miss this one! This review features Super Godzilla gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
25 Sep 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Jeopardy: Deluxe Edition for the Super Nintendo by Gametek. The answer is: Another dated and sluggish home version of one of America's most popular quiz show. What is Jeopardy for the SNES? Yes, you're right! Jeopardy with host Alex Trebek gets the 16-bit treatment with this home version following the same format of the game show, but suffers from some low production value. Despite that, it's still a functional quiz game that worked well enough for its time, but now it just serves as a piece of plastic nostalgia compared to its more modern updates on newer consoles. This video review features video gameplay footage of Jeopardy: Deluxe Edition gameplay footage and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's reviewer Kevin.
25 Sep 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Street Racer for the SNES, published by Ubisoft and developed by Vivid Image. Getting its start on the Super Nintendo in 1994, and later ported to several other consoles in the following years, Street Racer takes on the go-kart racing formula with an interesting gang of characters ranging from an old hillbilly to a beach blond surfer babe, and each have their own attributes and special abilities. While it's essentially a Super Mario Kart clone, it does make a few improvements with some great Mode 7 graphics, an interesting soccer mini-game, and allows for up to 4 players with the SNES Multi-tap accessory. This review features Street Racer gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
25 Sep 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Wolfenstein 3D from id Software and Imagineer for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Wolfenstein 3D was also released for virtually every platform in the early 1990s. Wolfenstein 3D is really the precursor to just about every first-person shooter on the market. There aren't many games you can say this about, but Wolfenstein 3D is in pretty elite company as a game that, by coalescing ideas from past games, really created a whole new genre. But on the Super Nintendo, it just created headaches. This video review features video gameplay footage of Wolfenstein 3D for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
6 Oct 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game console review of the SNS-101 Super Nintendo Entertainment System aka SNES 2, SNES Mini, or SNES Jr. Released in 1997 as a cheaper alternative to fifth generation consoles like the Sony PlayStation, Nintendo 64, or Sega Saturn, the SNS-101 was designed to be more compact and lightweight than the original Super Nintendo. There's also a few minor differences in its power and reset buttons and video output as pointed out in this video, but otherwise this miniature version of the classic gaming system is great as a replacement for a broken console or for die hard collectors. This review demonstrates the SNS-101 with commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
6 Oct 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of WWF Raw from LJN for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. WWF Raw is also available for the SEGA Genesis, SEGA 32X, Game Boy and Game Gear. This was the third in a trio of 16-bit wrestling games from LJN, preceded by 1992's Super WrestleMania and 1993's outstanding Royal Rumble. These three games are often grouped together because they have a similar appearance and use a similar grappling-style based on pressing buttons as quickly as possible. They're also similarly awesome. This video review features video gameplay footage of WWF Raw for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
11 Oct 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Pilotwings from Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Released in 1991 as a launch title for the Super NES, Pilotwings is a ground-breaking release for flight simulation games on the home console. Unfortunately, CGRundertow's Derek is unable to confirm the legendary merits of Pilotwings. This game, based mostly on flying through obstacles, is his eternal nemesis. This video review features video gameplay footage of Pilotwings for the Super NES and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
11 Oct 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of F-Zero from Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Released alongside the system as a launch title in 1991, F-Zero was a racing game unlike any before it. The packaging boldly stated this was "the race of the 26th century," but it wasn't until you opened it up and popped it into your console that you could begin to comprehend what that marketing slogan meant. F-Zero is a white-knuckle game built from neck-breaking speed, futuristic cityscapes and comic-book coolness. It wasn't a racer for gearheads who obsess over car models and engine sizes. As I understand it, F-Zero vehicles don't even have engines. Or fuel tanks, for that matter. This video review features video gameplay footage of F-Zero for the Super Nintendo and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
11 Oct 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game accessory review of the Super Game Boy for the Super Nintendo. Released in 1994, this adapter cartridge opened up the entire catalog of original Game Boy games and some Game Boy Color games to be played on your TV using your SNES console. It also includes some extra display options, including swappable color pallettes, different borders, and even the ability to paint around or on top of the playing area to make your own customized atmosphere. This review demonstrates the use and features of the Super Game Boy (with the game Operation C) for the Super Nintendo with commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
11 Oct 2012
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Sunset Riders review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Sunset Riders for Super Nintendo. It's time to grab your six-shooter and saddle your horse. Konami has brought another frantically fast-paced, action game to the Super Nintendo in this Western shooter. Dozens of bandits stand between you and your bounties. The only way through to your reward is with some good old-fashioned shoot-outs. This video review features video gameplay footage of Sunset Riders for SNES and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Dennis.
12 Oct 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game accessory review of the Super Multitap for the Super Nintendo, from Hudson Soft. Packaged with the original release of Super Bomberman in 1993, this peripheral allows you to have up to 5 players simultaneously in games that support the device. There are over 50 titles that can use it, including many sports games like the Madden, NBA Live, and NHL series, along with other classics like Secret of Mana and WWF Raw. This review demonstrates the uses and features of the Super Multitap with commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
23 Oct 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Rival Turf for the Super Nintendo (also available on the Wii's Virtual Console). Jaleco's cult classic beat-em-up from 1992 is the first installment of a trilogy of 16-bit brawlers known in Japan as Rushing Beat, but in North America the sequels are known as Brawl Brothers and The Peacekeepers. You control the two LAPD detectives Jack Flak and Oozie Nelson, with a mission to clean up the streets, with gameplay and character design heavily inspired from games like Final Fight and Streets of Rage. This review features Rival Turf gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
24 Oct 2012
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