Classic Game Room Feature Review Trilogy Set includes the CGR Feature Reviews of M.U.S.H.A., Herzog Zwei, and Super Pac-Man! Total runtime approx. 270 minutes!
This Collector’s Edition set includes all three review films on Classic Game Room branded USB drives contained within 16-bit-era plastic clamshell cases with instructions.
Mark Bussler will sign inserts upon request.
CGR Feature Review of MUSHA
Classic Game Room invents an entirely new review format to celebrate one of the greatest video games ever created, Musha! Released in 1990 from Compile, Musha is an explosive spaceship shooter with the best soundtrack in history, superb gameplay and stunning art design. CGR takes a film approach to reviewing Musha and covers every aspect of it while being trapped by a maniacal broken computer.
CGR Feature Review of Herzog Zwei
Classic Game Room Feature Review #2. CGR reviews Herzog Zwei like Herzog Zwei has never been reviewed before!
It’s the biggest review in the universe that is not a review of Truxton. It’s the CGR Feature Review of Herzog Zwei!
Why ask why? Play Herzog Zwei! Technosoft’s 1989 real-time strategy game features a transforming robot and countless units waiting to be sent to their doom.
Herzog Zwei is regarded by many to be the godfather of real-time strategy games. One or two players command up to 50 units on-screen at once while piloting a jet fighter that transforms into a robot. Capture and destroy enemy bases to win with the power of Blast Processing! Crush your enemies and hear them scream!
Join Classic Game Room’s Mark Bussler and Edit-Station 1 as they guide viewers through every part of this incredible 1990 release on the Sega Genesis.
Witness intense review action and strategic gameplay instruction! Mark shows viewers how to play, how to win and reviews everything in between like the music, graphics, and stunning art design.
CGR Feature Review of Super Pac-Man
Welcome to the most super-tastic CGR Feature Review of Super Pac-Man, Namco’s underrated 1982 sequel to Pac-Man.
Super Pac-Man bombed in the arcades because of the game’s unique features like locked doors, a slot machine and turbo boost that separated it from the classic Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man.
CGR would argue that Super Pac-Man is one of the best 1980s arcade games that deserves to be lifted out of obscurity. Once players understand its unique strategy, this game is a masterpiece!
Join Classic Game Room’s Mark Bussler and Edit-Station 1 as they guide viewers through every part of the arcade machine plus tips and tricks like raiding the “ghost house.”
Witness intense review action super gameplay instruction! Mark shows viewers how to master Super Pac-Man while reviewing the game, and its releases on Atari 7800, Atari computer, Commodore 64 and Sony PlayStation.