DCJY Rummage: Zusar Vasar



Another new Rummage review! I would love to make one of these every month or so, though things don't always work out as planned. Possibly the oddest (and oddest named) game I've played yet. Robotic animal chariot racing awaits in this drab racer, a game that would be mind numbingly boring if it wasn't for the battle mode.

You could say Wind Squid of Classic Game Room's obsession with flame-throwers has rubbed off on me. Also next time I decide to doodle art for one of these, I'll make them actually fit the ratio of the video, me thinks.

10 comments:

Barry said...

Great vid Gaga! Love the hand drawn bits :D

maxim2boobles said...

Nice video review

Benjamin said...

I have no idea why this didnt get a US release lol
Very good Vid! the cockpit view at the end of the video was funny....staring at animal butts while racing, interesting!

NebachadnezzaR said...

Awesome review, g-man! You had me laughing all the way through.

I actually have this game but only played a little bit before putting it back on the shelf. At the time I wasn't really in the mood to try out new stuff. I think I'll give it a go and try out the battle mode

Tomleecee said...

nice vid GM - as always. Wish I could contribute more to the 'Yard but I'm so feckin busy these days I don't know my arse from my tit. Hopefully normality will return soon...

João said...

Hey Gagaman, very entertaining review! Yet again, a Dreamcast game that I've never heard about! (I have seen a couple of those while checking out the "Official Dreamcast Game Releases" list). One thing came to mind while I was watching this video (I don't why it did, but for some reason it happen): How about if the next Rummage video was dedicated to the (never-released yet still launched onto the Internetz via the always helping and kind - sometimes even imprisoned - people ofthe torrent websites) game called "Propeller Arena"? That's a game many people (still to this day) talk about yet I don't think I ever seen a video review of this game (I believe one individual posted a written review of the game on GameFaqs but, it's obviously not the same). So how about it? Anybody up to the challenge? Gagaman, Tomlecee, Hercule Poirot, David Attenborough, Pol Pot (not the Sony Executive)?

The GagaMan(n) said...

I need to play that game a lot more (not sure what it is about owning an actual retail version of a game that makes me play it more than a CD-R, maybe i should give it a fake box) but I'd be up for doing that at some point, unless someone beats me to it of course. :)

Got quite a few planned, though I don't have much time to work on them at the moment.

João said...

Yeah I know what you're talking about, bud since personally I was inclining myself to do a Fire Pro Wrestling D review pretty much since the moment that I got the game from Moero's. Unfortunetly that never came to fruiton but in this case I thought it could be a good idea since you (as many people over on the 'Tube) are an enthusiast of game reviews, particullary Dreamcast Games. But who knows, maybe even I will do either Propeller Arena review after my Dreamcast gets back from the repair shop (those lazy bastards).

Barry the Nomad said...

"Sharks with frickin laser beams Attached to there heads!"

Dr. Evil would love this game!

The GagaMan(n) said...

From Wind Squid's Classic Game Room review of Streets of rage 3: "You do get to play as a kangaroo in this game, though unfortunately it does not have a flamethrower". Kudos, man. :)