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  1. Jet Moto (PS1) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    by , 24th-January-2018 at 18:29 (Heavy Metal Gamer's Blog)
    Jet Moto (PS1) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:

    First review of 2018, and I figure I would start it off with a review of Jet Moto on the PS1. A lot of you will know the game, it was one of the very successful racing games at the beginning of the PS1, and even had 2 sequels. I hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.
    Oh and at the end, there is some bloopers and ridiculous shit for you
  2. VR Chat Hell - Episode 1: Do You Know Da Wey?

    by , 22nd-January-2018 at 17:48 (Heavy Metal Gamer's Blog)
    VR Chat Hell - Episode 1: Do You Know Da Wey?:

    Instead of starting out the year 2018 with a review. I figure I would do a new segment/series to the channel called VR Chat Hell. This is episode 1, and it's one ridiculous shit show lol. I hope you enjoy this video, it was a lot of fun to make. I will have 2 more videos this week, both of them reviews. Thanks for watching!
  3. Nintendo Switch Emulator: Introducing Yuzu

    Hi Guys,

    I wrote another post about a major upcoming emulator, please check it out:

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  4. PSX Datacenter Update 20-January-2018

    Today I have added 4 new entries to the PSX Datacenter and updated some like Pinobee, Pitfall 3d, Pitball, Pga tour 98, Persona 2 Innocent Sin, Pikupiku Sentarou - Puzzle de Gohan, Pinocchia No Miru Yume, etc.

    I also added the NTSC-J Manual of Atelier Elie artbook.

    You can check the details here:

    And the updates entries here:

    Have fun.
  5. PS2 Datacenter Update 13-January-2018

    Today I have added 25 new entries to the PS2 Datacenter like Nurse Witch, Nuga-Cel, North Wind, Oni, Obscure, Okage Shadow King, etc.

    You can check the details here:

    And the new game entries here:

    Have fun.
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