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  1. Micro Machines 2: Turbo Tournament (Sega Genesi) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Micro Machines 2: Turbo Tournament (Sega Genesi) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Today's review is of the sequel to Micro Machines. That game is Micro Machines 2: Turbo Tournament on the Sega Genesis. Will it be as good as the first game, which I played the hell out of as a kid. Find out in the review. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
  2. Mort the Chicken Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Mort the Chicken Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Chickens seem to be a common theme in video games. Well today I wanted to check out Mort the Chicken on the PlayStation. Developed by AndNow LLC and published by Crave Entertainment. It's a 3D, third person, platformer, with puzzles. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
  3. Wario Land II (Game Boy Color) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Wario Land II (Game Boy Color) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Ending out the week with a review of Wario Land II on the Game Boy Color. A game featuring one of Mario's arch nemesis. Hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.
  4. Rot Gut Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Rot Gut Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Starting off the week with a review of a 2D side scrolling indie platformer/shooter known as Rot Gut, based on the 1920's prohibition era. Developed and published by Shotgun Surgeons and only released on PC. Hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.
  5. Super Blood Hockey (PC) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Super Blood Hockey (PC) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Since I am going out of town tomorrow after work and won't be around this weekend. I figure I would end the week out on a Thursday with a review of Super Blood Hockey, a indie sports game where you play hockey and beat the shit out of your opponents. Hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.
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