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Space Station: Silicon Valley

Space Station: Silicon Valley (N64) game cover art
Platform: Nintendo 64
Genre: Adventure
Developer: DMA Design

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
10/01/1998
EU
11/??/1998

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Staff Reviews

Space Station: Silicon Valley review

Review date unknown

Jason Venter says: "Rather than trying to find all the cheese nuggets on a mountain, or all the geepeepaboos, you are instead trying to reassemble your ship. Though this may sound like just another fetch quest, it feels like so much more thanks to intuitive execution. You don't just bounce merrily up the side of a hill, or ride an ostrich, or put on the magical cape and feather hat. In fact, such tasks would be nearly impossible for you, since your form is roughly equivalent to a waffle maker with legs."
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Space Station: Silicon Valley review

Reviewed July 12, 2006

Zack Little says: "Silicon Valley doesn’t offer action, intrigue, heavy violence, or anything remotely ‘hardcore’. But it does have sheep, floating sheep, sheep with springs for feet, dogs on wheels, rats on wheels, hippos with fecal mines, rabbits with helicopter ears that crap bombs from above, huskies on skis, penguins with infinite snowballs, turtle tanks, irritable sea bass, hyenas with motorcycle bodies, and about twenty others that escape me at the moment."
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