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Part 2 of 2. Classic Game Room reviews FRONT MISSION 4 for the Playstation 2 PS2 video game console. This Front Mission 4 review shows gameplay from FM4 by Square Enix. It is a turn based strategy game where you command an army of giant Mechwarrior like robots in combat against the forces of evil. Similar in scope and style to the popular Final Fantasy Tactics series, Front Mission 4 comes alive with intense, strategy based gameplay that requires players to think, plan ahead and use complicated attack and linking plans to eliminate their enemy Wanzers, tanks and helicopters. If you like Final Fantasy Tactics then odds are you will enjoy FM4. If you enjoyed Front Mission 3 on the PSone you’ll definitely like this game although CGRHD found the plot with the Zaftrans and Venezuelan freedom fighters to be a bit lacking. Seriously… the thieves stealing a box of gold?? Come on. But giant robots with machine guns, shotguns, missiles, rockets, EMP pulse backpacks and brass knuckles are always a good thing. Front Mission 4 is a cheap and easy game to find for the PS2 these days and well worth a look if you like strategy based video games. Classic Game Room reviews new and retro video games. Sucka! You may learn a few tips and tricks from the footage in this review to improve your gaming in Front Mission 4. Squaresoft! If you like Tranzor Z, Mech Warrior or Giant Robo you should check this out!
Got this new baby a week ago, works very good, but the graphics are not so good. I can play regular games, but not graphic-intense games like Crysis or CoD (It runs, just not above 20 fps on higher settings). I think it’s a good buy overall, features a nice Intel i7 processor capable of running at 2.8 Ghz, and a entry-level NVIDIA graphics card that’s not very good for gaming. Here are the specification. Processor: Intel Core i7 720QM [1.6 Ghz/TurboBoost to 2.8 Ghz/1 MB Level 2 Cache/6 MB Level 3 Cache] Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 310M [512 MB discrete memory/about 2 GB total] Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit [Upgraded to Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit with Windows Anytime Upgrade with this key: FJGCP-4DFJD-GJY49-VJBQ7-HYRR2] RAM: 4 GB DDR3 HDD: 500 GB [5400 rpm] Display: 16″ HD TruBrite Display [1366 x 768 Max Resolution] This is the laptop: www.bestbuy.com Video Rating: 5 / 5
This is a review of the Hardware of the computer, not the hardware in the computer. I will talk about the keyboard, track pad, etc… and not so much about the video card and chipsets. I could not find any of this material when I was researching this computer. I hope this helps. I have added another part that looks at heat, noise, benchmarking, and battery life. www.youtube.com
www.ncix.com Today I look at the value of using a GTS 450 as a dedicated PhysX card in conjunction with a GTX 480. Honestly it performs admirably well, allowing the 480 to perform up to 25% better in PhysX enabled games!
Part 1 of 2. Classic Game Room reviews HALO REACH for Xbox 360 from Bungie. Noble Team, prepare to shoot everything that moves and is purple! Wipe the Covenant off Reach, this prequel to the first Halo is a jaw-dropping shooting-fest for fans of the Halo series and first person sci fi shooters. A fun campaign mode that tells the story of Noble Team takes players on an adventure through exciting alien landscapes, urban environments and into space. Halo Reach has all new multiplayer maps, a refined firefight mode and new and improved Forge map making mode. Earn cr credits to use to buy new outfits and cool things and also compete in daily challenges in Halo Reach. This CGR review of Halo: Reach from Bungie for Xbox 360 has gameplay from Halo Reach showing the campaign mode in Halo Reach with game play in Xbox 360.
Part 2 of 2: Classic Game Room was the FIRST classic video game review show on the Internet in 1999. Returning in 2008 with new episodes, Classic Game Room breaks out a review of HAZE for the Playstation 3 PS3 video game console system. Haze is a first person shooter exclusive on the PS3 where you play as Shane Carpenter, a soldier for the mysterious government fundere military groun, Mantel. Developed by the excellent Free Radical, Haze is a completely different game from one of our favorites, Timesplitters. In Time Splitters the gameplay is a bit more solid and the humor is far greater. Haze is a hard and gritty shooter that has an interesting storyline built into it. CGRHD enjoyed it, but it is not without it’s flaws. We aren’t sure if this game trumps vs. Resitance Fall of Man, Halo 3 or Bioshock, but it is worth playing (or at least renting) and enjoying the unique and violent storyline and gameplay in this FPS for the PS 3. Haze has its own proprietary graphics engine and is delivered on a blu-ray disc. The band Korn recorded a song for it apparently (although we aren’t sure if we heard it yet). Haze is not currently available for the Xbox 360, Wii, PC or Atari 7800. When CGR does a review of a new game you gotta ask, is this the best review of Haze, the most subjective review of Haze, the most objective review of Haze, the most gameplay footage of Haze, tips, hints and play videos or does it have the most search terms for Haze? This review shows a massive secret …