RUMMAGE: 18 Wheeler

Seesh, I've made 3 of these video reviews this week now. Anyone would think I have nothing better to do! Well, I do, but I can't be arsed to finish that animation I have sitting in the almost-ready-but-still-gonna-take-a-lot-of-work stage, so here's another Rummage installment for Sega's 18 Wheeler. Enjoy, and remember: "When you're hot you're hot baby!"

9 comments:

fatherkrishna said...

Fan-fucking-tastic! Gagaman(n) you consistently rock my world!

Eighteen Wheeler was the first EVER Dreamcast game I experienced, on one of those demo stands in a Whacky Warehouse (kiddy play centre) back in the day...

I LOVE this title, it rocks! For those gamers amongst us with a short attention span and limited gaming time its perfect!!!

I love a game you can complete in a day! (Dynamite Cop anyone?)

Its one of the few games I have completed!

18 Wheeler was good enough to earn a port to both the PS2 and the Gamecube...

So, I'll be grabbing those beers, donning that cowboy hat and settling down for a replay of this title very soon!

Rummage rules people! BTW Gagaman(n), can we request rummage reviews?

I'd love to hear your take on many of my favourite DC titles...

fatherkrishna said...

Oh and the Swedish Chef music at the end of the post was sublime!

The GagaMan(n) said...

Sure, I guess you could take requests, but there will be games I probably haven't played enough (or at all) to really make judgment on, and the requests will be in a queue with the ones I already know I'm gonna do. Oh, and Caleb said he's gonna be making some Rummage videos, too!

Treamcaster said...

Another awesome video! =)
Never though to see Shenmue characters in other games!
I gotta get this game!!
Thanks once again Gagaman(n), for represent the Dreamcast so well!!

fatherkrishna said...

I think seeing Don Niu from Shenmue was a bit of the Gagaman(n)'s cheeky humour and camera wizardry! I had to look twice myself though!

NebachadnezzaR said...

Fucking awesome, g-man!

These are the best home-made video-reviews I've ever seen. Hell, they're even better then some "professional" videos!

I've actually never played this game, but now I want to!

Thanks for giving a new life to this hallowed blog. ;)

And by the way, could you do a Jet Set Radio rummage? I bet a lot of us would love that.

Myles said...

You really need to do a rummage for cool cool toon

The GagaMan(n) said...

I have a CD-R copy of Cool Cool Toon. The game baffles me to no end though, I can't even beat the first level. The idea is simple, but actually wiggling that analogue stick about so accurately is difficult.

Myles said...

Cool Cool Toon just takes some getting used too. Also if you change the settings to easy for your first time playing through the game it helps however the notty segments are still impossible.