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Someone else interviewing LGR! This time it's my friend, Vincent Price, aka Slag Voss. Covers all sorts of random topics, from gaming, to collecting, to favorites, to geek dating, to hacktivism.
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One of Blizzard's earlier and more forgotten titles, Blackthorne can be described as Prince of Persia with a shotgun. VENGEANCE. ● Please consider supporting LGR on Patreon! 🤍 ● Twitter and Facebook: 🤍 🤍 ● Sign into Battle.net and download the game free: 🤍
With 1995's Descent, the first-person shooter world was turned on its head. Pyrotechnica is one of the inevitable games "inspired" by its success. Strip things down, make things more challenging, apply a very contrasting color scheme and this is what you get!
Back in 1997, Microsoft was in some serious crap. Due to shady business practices and the government's antitrust concerns, MS hate was all the rage. Enter Microshaft Winblows 98, a parody program meant to be a hilarious jab at the company and Bill Gates!
One of the earlier adaptations of Bally Midway's arcade classic, Rampage! Smash buildings and eat pesky humans, all while admiring those chunky EGA graphics. Even if you can play arcade-perfect ports today, there's still something special here. ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● Music used in order of appearance: "Car Songs," "Heavy Head" 🤍
Christmas card software was a booming business in the mid-80's! And Thoughtware's Jingle Disk was one of the pioneers, also tossing in CGA animations and PC speaker music. ● Please consider supporting LGR on Patreon! 🤍 ● Twitter and Facebook: 🤍 🤍
FRESH OATS. FRESH OATS. FRESH OATS. ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● Music used in order of appearance: "Beachfront Celebration Latinesque" by Kevin MacLeod 🤍 And if for some reason you want to download this thing... 🤍
Cinemaware was known for its excellent multi-genre computer games in the 80's, based on classic movies and TV shows. The Kristal was not one of them.
What happens when you combine a typical computer mouse and a trackball input device? You get an odd piece of hardware that never caught on.
A wooden case that looks like a tiny vintage television set! Play games, movies, apps and anything else a Raspberry Pi 3 computer can do in style. I think amateur homebrew projects like this are charming. ● You can request your own Retrotube here: 🤍 ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● Music used in order of appearance: Ain't That So 3, Once Upon A Time In Detroit 3 🤍
A disgusting DOOM clone that swaps blood & gore for farts & garbage... just charming! Locate the world's stolen panties in this review of: HURL Download the full game here! 🤍 Played on a 486-66. The goal of these videos is to see how quick I can crank out a review after a long day at work, with about one minute reviews based on a game or theme of games (this one is a single game, HURL, for the MS-DOS OS).
The After Dark screen savers by Berkeley Systems had reached peak popularity by the late 1990s. They had collectibles, apparel, a TV show, and then came the After Dark Games compilation in 1998! ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● Music credits go to: 🤍 #LGR #Retro #Gaming
A system so strange I don't know where to begin! This is the Web It Internet Computer from Web Computers in 1999. It's effectively a 66MHz 486 PC with 16MB RAM that not only runs IBM PC DOS 7.0 and Windows 3.1, but also C64 software! To a degree. And the closer you look the weirder it gets. ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Here's a download for embOS for use in a VM: 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 00:00 Look at this weirdness! 01:05 The C64 Web.it Internet Computer 02:10 A web of bankruptcies and acquisitions 02:51 The new Commodore 64 for the 90s 03:14 It's Dutch? But it's German 04:01 Trackpad mouse? Nah, stylus 05:01 Ports and I/O 05:42 Powering on with dual CRTs 06:19 Say hello to embOS from IBM 07:27 A MIDI music test 07:53 Windows 3.1 except not 09:02 No hard drive, it's all flash 10:06 Stuck with preconfigured PC-DOS 10:42 It runs DOOM 11:09 Commodore 64 software 13:21 Dreaming of better hardware 14:22 Eh I'll pretend it's from 1993. This is neat! 16:01 Outroduction #LGR #retro #computer
a christmas gift for the master of lazy game reviews
In an alternate 1976 where the oil crisis only got worse, you've got a funkadelic dystopia where people have strapped weapons to their vehicles and spout poetry. My kinda combat racing! ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 Music used is from the I-76 soundtrack.
Holiday Lemmings was already a thing back in 1992, but X-mas Lamers? Ugh. It's time for Christmas Lazy Game Reviews, so let's take a look at this thing that existed for MS-DOS PCs! ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● Music used in order of appearance: Candion, Real Synth Music 4, Streetlight Conundrum 1 🤍 🤍
Oh no, you're being attacked by Roger Dean artwork! Time to put those pods of terror out of their misery in this Psygnosis classic. ● Please consider helping support LGR on Patreon! 🤍
The new Far Cry game takes place in 10,000 BC. And hey, you can ride bears and attack cavemen with bags of bees, so let's see if it's as good as it sounds! Played and recorded on PC. ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● My PC Specs: 🤍 Music from Epidemic Sound (🤍)
Gameplay and commentary on Stained, a 2.5D side-scrolling platformer with a unique disdain for stained glass windows. Get the game on Desura and Impulse here: 🤍
Is it a life simulation game? Is it a board game? Probably a little of both, but it's definitely Jones in the Fast Lane by Sierra On-Line! You can play a free version online here: 🤍
If you're a fan of Quake, Redneck Rampage, Heretic, Half-Life, Doom, Duke Nukem 3D and other late-1990s FPS, then Dusk is quite the treat. These are my initial impressions! ● Dusk is available here on Steam: 🤍 ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● My PC Specs: 🤍
Thermaltake's Circle Fire 5.25” Professional Multimedia Kit is from the “anything goes” era of PC case mods. It’s got backlit VU meters, an integrated speaker, LED peak indicators, and a fiery hot rod paint job. Ahh, 2004. ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Music courtesy of: 🤍 #LGR #Computer #Audio
Sometimes, you just need a rather pointless, simple game that you can zone out to. World of Fishing is precisely that kind of distraction that an LGR needs sometimes.
Hunt treasure! Hunt math! Avoid crabs! Grab nuts! Find another dot-matrix printer because yours broke and you really frigging need to print out that awesome certificate you earned! LGR Education Month continues with this classic from Adventure LearningWare.
Is this latest iteration of the Cities series worth your $40? How does it compare to the previous games? Find out in this review! ● Please consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Twitter and Facebook: 🤍 🤍 ● My PC Specs: 🤍
Epyx and their "Games" games were quite popular back in the 80's. But I guess they weren't purple (or Saturn Day-ey) enough! That's where Exxos's PSD comes in, with all the galactic olympics a fan of campy sci-fi could ask for! Watch the higher-quality version of this review here: 🤍
It's a wave of crime! Stop it before the president's daughter is gone forever and Williams sues you for ripping off NARC! ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● Music used in order of appearance: Leslie's Strut by John Deley F-29 Retaliator Adlib soundtrack 🤍 🤍
Travel the country! Defeat robots! SPELL WORDS! All this and more in TLC's Super Solvers Spell Bound!
WOF. ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● Music used in order of appearance: Open For Business 3, Coffeeshop Stories 1 🤍
He may not be an Atlantean, but he is a dude with aqua-colored clothing that does sewer maintenance! Review of the 1993 shareware game by Soleau Software. ● Download the free game 🤍 ● Please consider helping support LGR on Patreon! 🤍 ● Twitter and Facebook: 🤍 🤍 ● Music from the video 🤍
Retrospective focusing on the original Need For Speed game's 1996 special edition: NFSSE for DOS and Windows PCs! Classic no-frills racing with eight great cars and lovely environments, ahh yes. ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 Music used is from the NFSSE OST 🤍
Gameplay and commentary regarding the procedurally-generated, survival sim from Hello Games for PS4 and PC! Is it worth the years of hype and your $60 to explore its universe? (Does not cover the Foundation Update.) ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● My PC Specs: 🤍 ● Music used is from the NMS soundtrack: 🤍
Where else but The Incredible Machine can you solve physics puzzles using bowling balls, guns, cats, monkeys on stationary bikes, and tiny people? Incredible! Get the game and its sequels on GOG! 🤍
These activity center programs for PCs and Macs were all over the place in the mid-90s. And because this is Aladdin, it is clearly the best one of the bunch. ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● Noodle brother footage: 🤍 Music used is from the Sega Genesis version of Aladdin
Adventure, Eliza, Life & Pong. These games are oldies for sure, but just how golden are they? Check out this review of the game compilation from 1985: Golden Oldies Volume 1 for MS-DOS The goal of these "Lazy Game Reviews" videos is to see how quick I can crank out a review after a day at work, with short reviews based on a game or theme of games (this one is a single game, Golden Oldies Vol. 1 for DOS - the only volume I'm aware of).
Time for holiday oddware! Taking a look at a Santa memory stick, a USB cow, the cheapest water game ever, and Christmas Lights Planner software for Windows. And PushingUpRoses makes quite a convincing customer service rep. ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● Music in order of appearance: Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy, Winter Wonderland, We Wish You A Merry Christmas, Deck The Halls, I Saw Three Ships, Jingle Bells
One of the early games from Sierra, one of the early licensed games, and one of the early games for the Commodore 64 in general! Based on Johnny Hart's "B.C." comic strip, it's up to you to save Cute Chick! ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 Music used in order of appearance: "Dymaxion" by Cryptochrome "Catalypse" by Michael Tschögl 🤍 🤍
Indiana Jones? Please. Try Nevada Smith, he REALLY knows how to kick some butt. George Broussard, we love you, in this review of Apogee's platformer: Pharaoh's Tomb for MS-DOS The goal of these "Lazy Game Reviews" videos is to see how quick I can crank out a review after a day at work, with short reviews based on a game or theme of games (this one is a single game, Pharaohs Tomb for DOS).
Review of one of the most straightforward, aptly-named PC games of the 90s: Hot Wheels Crash! It's a game where you crash Hot Wheels cars. That’s about it! It’s simple and it’s over in less than an hour, but I always have a constant grin watching the vehicular carnage unfold. Let's take a look back at it 23 years later here in this LGR retrospective! ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● All background music licensed from: 🤍 #LGR #HotWheels #Review