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Just a blog to post my reviews, and random blogs

  1. Ion Fury (PC) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Ion Fury (PC) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Time to check out some classic style FPS with a review of Ion Fury, developed by Voidpoint and published by 3D Realms. It can be found on PC, and just recently announced for modern consoles. Hope you enjoy.

    NOTE: Yes I didn't mention it's modern console announcement in the review, as this review was completed about 2 weeks ago. But it's coming. So everyone can now play it.
  2. Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Excitebike (Track Creator) - Episode 1

    Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Excitebike (Track Creator) - Episode 1:


    Today's let's play has me playing some Excitebike on the NES. A fun game by Nintendo. I create a track, then do a few races on it. Just a short let's play. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
  3. Micro Machines Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Micro Machines Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Starting off the week with a review of Micro Machines. Not just the Sega Genesis version, but also the Game Boy. Micro Machines were miniature cars that I remember having as a kid and when a video game was released. Well I had to have that. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
  4. Yakuza (PS2) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Yakuza (PS2) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Last video of the week, and another SEGA game. That's right Yakuza for the Playstation 2. The first game of the series. Hope you enjoy this video. Thanks for watching.
  5. Heavy Metal Gamer Video Blog: PS3 Emulation Is Such Good Shit

    Heavy Metal Gamer Video Blog: PS3 Emulation Is Such Good Shit:


    In today's video blog, I want to talk about Playstation 3 emulation, using the RPCS3 emulator, and how far it has come since it's first release, and my thoughts on PS3 emulation in general. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
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