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  1. Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Joust (Arcade) - Episode 1

    by , 30th-November-2022 at 22:19 (Heavy Metal Gamer's Blog)
    Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Joust (Arcade) - Episode 1:


    Today I decided to do a quick round of Joust for Arcade. A classic game that was originally released in the arcade and then had a console release. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
  2. Rayman (PS1) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    by , 29th-November-2022 at 01:15 (Heavy Metal Gamer's Blog)
    Rayman (PS1) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Brand new review. Tonight I check out Ubisoft's Rayman, the first game, now this is the PS1 version. A 2D platformer where you play as the goofy bastard Rayman. Hope you enjoy!
  3. BoomBots Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    BoomBots Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Starting the week off with a review of BoomBots. Developed by Neverhood Inc, and it's a 3D fighting game that is goofy as hell. Will I enjoy it, or will it be a shit sandwich. Find out in today's review. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
  4. Double Dragon II: The Revenge Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Double Dragon II: The Revenge Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Starting out this week with a review of the Arcade release of Double Dragon II: The Revenge, as well as the NES port. Developed and published by Technos Japan. Will the arcade version be better in certain aspects that the first one had and dropped the ball on? Will the NES port be better? Find out in the video. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
  5. Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: WCW Nitro (PS1) - Eddy Guerrero VS Lex Luger

    Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: WCW Nitro (PS1) - Eddy Guerrero VS Lex Luger:


    I hate this game with a passion, but I figured why not play like garbage and do a let's play episode. Eddy Guerrero VS Lex Luger in a match on WCW Nitro, a wrestling game released by THQ. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
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