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CGRundertow escapeVEKTOR: CHAPTER 1 for Nintendo Wii Video clip Match Evaluation


escapeVektor: Chapter 1 assessment. Vintage Match Home offers a CGRundertow assessment of escapeVektor: Chapter 1, a downloadable match from Nnooo on WiiWare for the Nintendo Wii. escapeVektor is a exclusive mixture of typical retro principles. It merges the space-saying gameplay of a match like Qix with the frantic pursuits characteristic of Pac Person, ensuing in a new expertise that pays homage to not only its two key elements, but typical gaming in common. escapeVektor tells the tale of Vektor, a hero who is attempting to escape. Trapped inside of a strange personal computer, Vektor is compelled to navigate intricate mazes of gizmos and circuitry, desperately attempting to escape this surreal digital realm. Like fellow WiiWare standouts the Bit.Vacation game titles, escapeVektor focuses on aged school gameplay and wraps it up with beautiful minimalist presentation. This movie assessment characteristics movie gameplay footage of escapeVektor: Chapter 1 for the Nintendo Wii and audio commentary from Vintage Match Room’s Derek.

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  1. I thought it was funy the first time Derek said it was 2001, but after the second time… are you feeling okay, Derek?

  2. This game really surprised me as well. My only gripe about the game is that it's only available on WiiWare and not XBLA and PSN as well.

  3. do you need more evidence that derek lives in the past? i think he hates the present so if there is something that he likes he throws it back in time. or maybe is just a mistake ¬_¬

  4. @weirdproq1 You and every other idiot that posted a similar comment obviously didn't see the old vid where he messed up a release date and then joked about it later. This '2001' was probably on purpose.

  5. 2001 was N64 days before the gamecube even came out. Online capability of last gen consoles were barely established back then

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