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MLB 11: The Show (PlayStation 2)

MLB 11: The Show review (PS2)

Reviewed on May 16, 2011

MLB 11: The Show rings in the new year with a fresh take on the baseball franchise, complete with up-to-date roster changes and overhauled batting mechanics.
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Total Recall (NES)

Total Recall review (NES)

Reviewed on May 16, 2011

Punch out the midgets and it's time to move down the street where you'll be ambushed by single-shot security guards, attacked by hitmen who pop out of garbage cans, and eventually tangle with what's best described as The Glory Holes of Doom.
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inFAMOUS (PlayStation 3)

inFAMOUS review (PS3)

Reviewed on May 14, 2011

McGrath comes from humble beginnings, he's nothing special, he doesn't think much of politics or Empire City. Cole has no secret wish for saving the world, or any dramatically suppressed demons. Nor strange personality quirks that beg to be exploited for super-powers, etc. He simply cares about his friends, and live a reasonably normal life like everyone else. Until one of the packages Cole is delivering literally blows up in his hands, which is where the game starts.
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Hostages (Amiga)

Hostages review (AMIGA)

Reviewed on May 13, 2011

In this game, the terrorists drive Volvo.
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Pit-Fighter (SNES)

Pit-Fighter review (SNES)

Reviewed on May 12, 2011

"Blood Sport" it ain't...
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Brink (Xbox 360)

Brink review (X360)

Reviewed on May 12, 2011

Like Quake Wars, Brink has excellent bot support, which makes it a viable single-player game. Or, even better, a game you can enjoy with a small group of friends playing among bots. It's remarkable how well the AI can handle this relatively complicated game, making use of different weapons, different class abilities, the movement system, and various elements of the maps. In fact, one of the best ways to learn a map is to follow a bot. When it comes to competent bots making multiplayer more than just multiplayer, medium budget games like Brink and Section 8 put to shame AAA franchises like Halo and Call of Duty.
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Shining Force II (Genesis)

Shining Force II review (GEN)

Reviewed on May 10, 2011

There’s a reason why I’ve revisited Moun on an almost yearly basis, and beaten the hell out of goat-eared mages. And it’s the same reason why I’ll meet up with FREYJA around the same time next year and do it all over again.
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Limbo (Xbox 360)

Limbo review (X360)

Reviewed on May 10, 2011

Hell is where the heart is.
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Vampire Moon: The Mystery of the Hidden Sun (DS)

Vampire Moon: The Mystery of the Hidden Sun review (DS)

Reviewed on May 10, 2011

Vampire Moon: The Mystery of the Hidden Sun takes a good idea and does absolutely nothing with it.
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Wall Street Kid (NES)

Wall Street Kid review (NES)

Reviewed on May 09, 2011

The polished interface makes it easy to keep your attention where it should be: on deadlines. Those deadlines do a remarkably good job of building tension because you know that if you make too many mistakes, you’ll lose everything. Stocks go up in value or drop sharply, so complacency works against you. There’s a certain element of surprise, as well. You might get a hot stock tip and dump everything to invest in a new stock, only to see the next day that the stock you previously owned enjoyed a tremendous increase just after you ditched it. When you’re trying to drive up the value of your portfolio in time to buy a new car (or else face a ‘Game Over’ screen), losses and missed opportunities really hit home.
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Tenchu Z (Xbox 360)

Tenchu Z review (X360)

Reviewed on May 09, 2011

For all its faults, Tenchu Z is something all games should be but are increasingly often not: it is fun.
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Dune: The Battle for Arrakis (Genesis)

Dune: The Battle for Arrakis review (GEN)

Reviewed on May 08, 2011

Dune: The Battle for Arrakis doesn't need extras to know how to rock.
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Wings of Wor (Genesis)

Wings of Wor review (GEN)

Reviewed on May 07, 2011

This is a fantasy game and I don't mean a "control a cute witch as she blasts hordes of adorable critters who turn into lollypops and flowers" fantasy. I'm talking about a dark fantasy where you're in control of an angel descending into a macabre, hellish world to confront grotesque monstrosities seemingly conjured from the worst nightmares of the game's designers.
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Godzilla (Commodore 64)

Godzilla review (C64)

Reviewed on May 04, 2011

Has there ever been a Godzilla movie where the military succeeded in defeating him without the help of another monster or a cockamamie invention? No. Congrats, you're the first nimrod in history to accidentally kill Godzilla with the military.
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Conduit 2 (Wii)

Conduit 2 review (WII)

Reviewed on May 04, 2011

Conduit 2 is fine for Wii owners searching for a decent shooter, but fans of the genre shouldn’t expect anything special from it.
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Pokemon Black Version (DS)

Pokemon Black Version review (DS)

Reviewed on May 02, 2011

When you are wandering the wilds between towns, there often are places where the road simply stops. Then you must traverse tall grass or dark sand or whatever. That has always been true, but now every third or fourth step from the beaten path seems to result in a random encounter. That’s not an exaggeration. I’ve counted on multiple occasions. Sometimes I would win a battle, take one step and then immediately find myself in another battle. I was hoping to take at least two or three steps.
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Raven Squad: Operation Hidden Dagger (PC)

Raven Squad: Operation Hidden Dagger review (PC)

Reviewed on May 02, 2011

I feel a bit guilty for panning anybody’s first effort, and my hope that a decent game can be made from this premise is genuine. But the only thing you’ll find here is mounting disappointment and enough dropped balls to start a play pit with.
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Dead Space 2 (Xbox 360)

Dead Space 2 review (X360)

Reviewed on May 02, 2011

In the very first scene – before we even take control – Isaac is talking to a guy who’s trying to get him out of his straitjacket, and then the guy gets stabbed in the face by an infector, and then scythes sprout out of his back, and then his face peels off, and then he goes “BLEEEAAAAAAARRRRRRKLLKEJBGFMVRSKGUSBOVMOCDGJEBSHRV!” And then the game gets loud.
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Mafia II (PlayStation 3)

Mafia II review (PS3)

Reviewed on May 01, 2011

[Mafia II] doesn't pave new ground and it probably won't be remembered as one of the greatest mafia stories ever told across any medium, but it is the best mafia story that our industry has ever told and I think that's something to celebrate.
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Sea Monster (Atari 2600)

Sea Monster review (A2600)

Reviewed on April 30, 2011

Sea Monster is another obscure Atari 2600 game lost in the depths. The name might stir the imagination and prompt a lover of esoterica to search it out. You might think the game sets you up as the eponymous beast devouring snack after snack--sharks, whales, unwary swimmer--and racking up points.
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