Classic Game Room DVD: Now At USD 4.90

Have you watched the Classic Game Room HD videos on YouTube? No? Then you are missing out some really interesting video game reviews published in video form on the Internet. It started of as the first classic video game review show on the Internet back in 1999 and 2000.

Armed with one camera, a green screen and a USD 50 budget, Mark Bussler and David Crosson combined beer drinking, bottle throwing, joystick slinging and reviews into something special. The early days of Classic Game Room are now chronicled in a mockumentary DVD titled Classic Game Room: The Rise and Fall of the Internet’s Greatest Video Game Review Show.

It features 11 full reviews done by the pair on games such as Duck Hunt (NES), Seaman (Dreamcast), Alien (Atari 2600) and many more. The DVD is on sale with a big discount, selling for a mere USD 4.90 (click here for details).

Whatever happened to Classic Game Room then, you ask. Well, Mark Bussler has revived it under the Classic Game Room HD label, and there are over a hundred new videos on YouTube, covering games from the retro era right up to the current gen ones. Check out some of ’em here:

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