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Type: Review
Game: Legacy of Kain: Defiance (Xbox)
Posted: March 06, 2004 (12:17 PM)
The Blood Omen/Legacy of Kain series of games is, at best, a mixed bag of tricks. Everything started off well with the first Blood Omen game. A rescently bitten Kain is striken with vampirism, and goes on a merry quest to lovingly impale those that cursed him. It played out like an adult version of Zelda. The adventure carried action, fair graphics (for it's time) and an intriguing storyline. Afterwards we're introduced to Raziel. Raziel was one of Kain's vampire lieutenants whom served under hi...
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Type: Review
Game: DemiKids: Dark Version (Game Boy Advance)
Posted: February 24, 2004 (02:22 PM)
One must give credit to Atlus for trying to spark a little controversy. DemiKids comes off as the anti-Pokemon. The majority of your monsters aren't cutesy puff-balls of fluff. They're demons who'll only fight for you if the price is right, and look more like rejects from the old Beetlejuice cartoon. Not only can you recruit Lucifer himself but there's also noticeable phallic imagery and a naked woman or two. It's just too bad that for all the uniqueness the game offers it all turns out to be a ...
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Type: Review
Game: Deus Ex: Invisible War (Xbox)
Posted: January 18, 2004 (07:38 PM)
The first Deus Ex was, apparently, an excellent game. A game filled with conspiracy, worldwide collapse and headshots galore. But, did it have Penguins? Possibly. I haven't played it so who knows? All I know is that DX2 delivers all the conspiracy, mindless violence and nanites a man can stomach and then tosses flammable wildlife into the mix. It's a game destined for greatness, surely.
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Type: Review
Game: Beyond Good & Evil (Xbox)
Posted: January 17, 2004 (06:46 PM)
It's always a shame to see a game like this get passed up for the next installment in the Final Fantasy series. Or, as I like to say; ''Pretty boy and his pretty friends defeat overly pretty villan''. When pieces of gaming art like Beyond Good and Evil are passed up for the next in a line of cookie-cutter RPG's it makes me weep for the future. You'd be doing yourself a favor to pick up BG&E, it's bound to leave it's mark on you and become an instant classic in your mind even if it isn't recogniz...
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