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  1. Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Circus Charlie (NES) - Episode 1

    Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Circus Charlie (NES) - Episode 1:


    Back in 2015, I did a review of the Arcade version of Circus Charlie. In today's let's play, I figure I would play an episode of the NES port of the game and see if I can go for a good high score. Hope you enjoy this let's play. Thanks for watching.
  2. Keith Courage in Alpha Zones Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Keith Courage in Alpha Zones Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Starting out the week with a review of a game I have heard about but never played. That game is Keith Courage in Alpha Zones on the Turbografx 16. A 2D, side scrolling platformer, and apparently this game is based off of an anime. There is a ridiculously stupid outtake at the end of the review, which is something I haven't done in a while. Hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.
  3. Metal World Order: Tank - Honour & Blood Review

    Metal World Order: Tank - Honour & Blood Review:


    Time for a brand new Metal World Order album review and in today's video. I check out the fourth album from the NWOBHM legends Tank. Honour & Blood, released in 1984. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
  4. Spear of Destiny (MS-DOS) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Spear of Destiny (MS-DOS) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    It's Friday, and I figure it was time to check out Spear of Destiny, a prequel to Wolfenstein 3D, which was developed by id Software and published by FormGen. This basically tells the story building up to Wolfenstein 3D, featuring BJ Blazkowicz. I hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.
  5. Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Aqua Rush - Episode 1

    Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Aqua Rush - Episode 1:


    Today's let's play is Aqua Rush, developed and published by Namco, and only released in Japan in Arcades. This was a game I reviewed last year, and it's fun, as well as very addicting. Hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.
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