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The Incredible Crash Dummies (NES)

The Incredible Crash Dummies review (NES)

Reviewed on August 18, 2008

It’s the crash you need to consider. Slamming into a far wall, a frequent occurrence when enemies ram you, or smashing into the ceiling, will often result in the loss of your head. Literally. It’s a serious inconvenience that confounds your mobility, inverting your directions. When left suddenly becomes right, disorientation is expected and much damage is sustained.
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X Com: Terror from the Deep (PlayStation)

X Com: Terror from the Deep review (PSX)

Reviewed on August 18, 2008

X-COM 2: Terror from the Deep is the sequel to X-Com: Enemy Unknown (or UFO Defence, depending on your nationality) a follow on that tries to change as little as possible. But when the foundations set are already killer, it's not that big a deal.
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Little League World Series Baseball 2008 (Wii)

Little League World Series Baseball 2008 review (WII)

Reviewed on August 16, 2008

Not every game that promises optimization for Wii has been able to deliver anything noteworthy, but Little League World Series 2008 happens to be one of those rare success stories. It's not likely to win over hardcore baseball fanatics, but for those who simply want some fun gaming sessions with friends, family members or a mixture of the two, Activision's latest definitely warrants a rental or even a purchase.
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Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles (Wii)

Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles review (WII)

Reviewed on August 16, 2008

Capcom has a long history of recycling games they've previously made. A prime example of this is their Street Fighter and Megaman series. Resident Evil(or Biohazard)is no exception. Several of the games in the series have been remade or released. The Umbrella Chronicles, despite containing content from many previous Resident Evil games, The Umbrella Chronicles isn't simply just another release. The game is basically a "reimaging" of the entire Resident Evil story, remade to be played on the Wii ...
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MYST (DS)

MYST review (DS)

Reviewed on August 15, 2008

Sensibilities and expectations have changed over the last 15 years, but not much else has. The game is still a collection of wondrous locales which we must navigate in the crudest of ways—through a poverty of frames such that turning around brings to mind a herky-jerky slide show. Impossibly, the game actually looks worse – far worse – than it did when it first reared its innovative head in 1993.
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Cruis'n USA (Nintendo 64)

Cruis'n USA review (N64)

Reviewed on August 15, 2008

Cruisin' USA is essentially Rad Racer in actual 3D. That might not sound so bad at first, after all Rad Racer is a beloved classic by many, but unfortunately the days in which a game could appeal to people just by being a racing game have long since passed, and players have grown to expect some semblance of aptitude and originality in the titles they purchase.
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Windy x Windam (DS)

Windy x Windam review (DS)

Reviewed on August 15, 2008

Meet Izuna. Some of you might already know her from her starring role in The Legend of the Unemployed Ninja. As the title implies, she hasn’t been working for a while now. It’s understandable; regardless of how undeniably awesome ninjas are, there just isn’t a need for them anymore. The days of shuriken slinging and stealthy assassinations have long passed. Why pay some masked killer a small fortune to carry out a deed that could be solved with a well-placed grenade or a few dozen machin...
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Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando 3 (Xbox 360)

Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando 3 review (X360)

Reviewed on August 15, 2008

The Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix Beta (will there ever be a day when they stop adding words to this title?) is included in Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando 3. I didn't purchase it for that. I actually could care less about replaying a game that came out 14 years ago which includes updated graphics and a few other tiny enhancements. Yes, believe it or not, I bought C3 to play C3.
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Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (Xbox 360)

Guitar Hero: Aerosmith review (X360)

Reviewed on August 14, 2008

Aerosmith fans will be left disappointed by a sparse and omission-filled track list, and Guitar Hero devotees will find little of the difficulty they crave. If anything, I'm going to remember Guitar Hero: Aerosmith as the first video game to accurately simulate the embarrassment and humiliation of being an opening act.
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Okami (PlayStation 2)

Okami review (PS2)

Reviewed on August 14, 2008

Some dungeons also do memorable jobs of balancing on the line between epic and comedic, with the vast cavernous fortress Orochi calls home being perhaps the best example. The battle with the great serpent is an awesome clash that's topped off with cowardly warrior Susano finally accepting his heritage as the descendant of Nagi and realizing his heroic potential. Leading into this.....you're running around with a mask covering your head and fetching ingredients for an imp chef so it can concoct the perfect side course to Orochi's virtuous maiden supper.
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LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures (Xbox 360)

LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures review (X360)

Reviewed on August 14, 2008

With the success of the Lego Star Wars series, LucasArts decided to release a Lego game based on another famous George Lucas movie franchise, Lego Indiana Jones. Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures was the result of that idea. Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures is based on the three original Indiana Jones movies released in the 1980s. Like the films, Lego Indiana Jones follows the adventures of the title hero, Dr. Henry Jones Jr, an archaeologist and a teacher of history, as wel...
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Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (PlayStation 3)

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots review (PS3)

Reviewed on August 14, 2008

After years of waiting, it's finally here. The sequel to Metal Gear Solid 3. The final chapter in the Solid Snake story. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, has finally arrived. How does the final chapter in the story stack up to the rest of the series, and by itself?
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Bangai-O Spirits (DS)

Bangai-O Spirits review (DS)

Reviewed on August 14, 2008

Do me a couple of favors, will you? I want you to stop playing all the popular games on the DS. Not permanently, of course. Put your ridiculously overpowered Final Fantasy IV party aside for a second. Give your Pokemon a rest. Take a break from defending Phoenix Wright’s clients. Whatever you’re playing, just take it out of the card slot and tuck it away somewhere safe. Don’t worry; this won’t take long. Just make sure you’re not distracted by the undeniable quality that those respective ...
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The Bourne Conspiracy (Xbox 360)

The Bourne Conspiracy review (X360)

Reviewed on August 12, 2008

There's a certain appeal to the thought of jumping into the shoes of a rogue assassin like Bourne. Explosions are cool. Sniping is a hoot. Fast car chases through the streets of Paris are all sorts of exciting. Hand-to-hand combat with military professionals also has its merits. When it comes right down to it, there's actually almost nothing about the whole concept that doesn't scream “make me a video game.”
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Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword (DS)

Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword review (DS)

Reviewed on August 12, 2008

If you hold any ideas about a DS version of Ninja Gaiden being easy then they will be dispelled after the first level.
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Castlevania (Nintendo 64)

Castlevania review (N64)

Reviewed on August 11, 2008

This game cheated me. I had originally started playing on the normal difficulty, but finding that its spastic camera and inane method of fighting led to more deaths than I deserved, I decided to restart and play on easy. The game became slightly more tolerable, and it would not be inaccurate to say that I, on some occasions, did not hate it from the depths of my soul. This ended when it came time to ascend a certain tower. Believing that I was to continue playing, I hopped onto an elevator o...
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Mutation Nation (NeoGeo)

Mutation Nation review (NEO)

Reviewed on August 11, 2008

Against all other arguments, I typically feel that porting an arcade title to a home system, disenchants a game's entire theme. What could amuse me more than spending hard earned (used loosely) quarters to fill up a machine so that I can improve my in-particular gaming prowess in order to impress, infuriate and downright discourage random challengers or assistants? It's definitely not playing a marathon of Tekken with your best friend on the couch, to find the fictional fighting that started out...
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BioShock (PC)

BioShock review (PC)

Reviewed on August 11, 2008

First Impression:
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Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 (PC)

Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 review (PC)

Reviewed on August 10, 2008

Following on from the well-received Transport and Railroad Tycoon, Chris Sawyer’sRollercoaster Tycoon in 1999 helped paved the way to the many tycoon games we see today, even if it is now a highly-milked genre. The unanticipated success of RCT really gave Bullfrog’s cumbersome Theme Park sim a kick up the rear end by showing how a game designing roller-coasters and theme parks was meant be done, and five years on this third outing finally introduces it to 3D graphics. Although the ...
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Word Zapper (Atari 2600)

Word Zapper review (A2600)

Reviewed on August 09, 2008

A good number of these things will ram into you and bump your ship a smidgen off to the side, making it tougher to get a bead on the proper letter. Another type threatens to make the game fun by temporarily scrambling the letters, so you don't know when the one you're looking for will appear. And the final type just obliterates your ship — a tactic that's far more useful in preventing players from spelling words than those used by the other shapes. You can destroy these objects, but there's no real point, as they aren't hard to dodge and you get no reward for doing so.
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