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Type: Review
Game: Mortal Kombat 3 (Miscellaneous)
Posted: June 29, 2004 (12:05 PM)
It’d be a bit of an exaggeration to call today’s games bloodthirsty. They’re certainly more than an interactive satisfying of our subconscious, violent fantasies. Still, the prominence of juicy details and the emergence of game engines emulating the body’s reaction to physical abuse of all variations is becoming more the necessary silverware on the table, whereas we at one time gawked at it like the fine cuisine being served. Had it always been this way, Mortal Kombat would’ve been an ...
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Type: Review
Game: Aero The Acro-Bat (Genesis)
Posted: June 27, 2004 (08:52 PM)
Carrying on in day to day life, we find ourselves laughing at a variety of subjects. A joke a friend tells, or perhaps an article outlining the latest form of idiocy in today's society. Whether it's the misfortune of a rival or a scene in a revered comedy, it amuses us. Now ponder for a moment what a world would be like without entertainment. Imagine a place where humor has been sucked from existence as if it were a material substance. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Aero The Acro*Bat
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Type: Review
Game: Arc the Lad: Twilight of Spirits (PlayStation 2)
Posted: May 24, 2004 (03:25 PM)
A goal almost universally sought after in this day and age is a sense of self. From people, to bands, to companies, identity is a pinnacle that most everyone wants but few realize. Even video games fall into the pool of this unspoken desire, often trying to mark their piece of the gamers' terrain with anything from honed physics to inventive and revolutionary mechanics. Some games even identify themselves with diversity, masterfully easing a passenger through high speed chases, tense shooting...
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Type: Review
Game: Final Fantasy X (PlayStation 2)
Posted: December 21, 2003 (03:07 PM)
Final Fantasy X is the exact product of what everyone said it would be. The visual entourage that dazzles and delights rarely lets up. The game upon full completion reaches far into triple digits according to the game's hourglass. Furthermore, this installment of Square's all but worshipped franchise really does throw caution to the winds in more ways than one. To be brief, Final Fantasy X is almost everything Square said it would be. Sadly, this doesn't mean that it is jus...
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Type: Review
Game: Crystal Castles (Atari 2600)
Posted: December 21, 2003 (02:57 PM)
It’s been nearly two years since I dusted off the old Atari 2600 and allowed myself
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Type: Review
Game: Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance (PlayStation 2)
Posted: June 06, 2003 (01:54 PM)
Mortal Kombat had, for the most part, faded away into the pits of gaming death, garnering
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