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  1. Mafia (PC) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Mafia (PC) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Today's review I want to talk about Mafia, a game released in 2002 on PC and consoles, developed by Illusion Softworks and published by Gathering of Developers. Of course you may know this game from the remaster, well this is NOT the remaster. Hope you enjoy the review. Thanks for watching.
  2. Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Team Fortress 2 - Episode 11

    Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Team Fortress 2 - Episode 11:


    Starting out the week with a let's play episode of Team Fortress 2. I usually do at least one of these a year, and I figured it was time to get around to one. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
  3. Chuck Rock (Sega Genesis) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Chuck Rock (Sega Genesis) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    In today's review I want to talk about Chuck Rock, a 2D side scrolling platformer featuring Chuck Rock, a caveman who loves watching football, drinking beer, and playing rock music in his rock band. This game was developed by Core Design, and published by Virgin Games. Hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.
  4. Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: In The Hunt (Arcade)

    Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: In The Hunt (Arcade):


    Slowing things down to 2 videos this week and I figure I would start it off with a playthrough of In The Hunt for Arcade. A side shoot em up that will remind you heavily of Metal Slug. Hope you enjoy this playthrough. Thanks for watching.
  5. Ridge Racer (PS1) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Ridge Racer (PS1) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    It's the weekend, and it's been a very busy week of content on here. Today I figure I would talk about Ridge Racer on the PS1. Originally had plans to review the Arcade version, but ran into some issues. Ridge Racer was developed and published by Namco. Hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.
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