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Fear Effect (PlayStation)

Fear Effect review (PSX)

Reviewed on November 19, 2007

Barring how incredibly easy each of its three difficulties are Fear Effect stands in the center of an awestruck crowd. Code Kronos’ masterwork shamelessly shows off a smirk.
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Screwjumper! (Xbox 360)

Screwjumper! review (X360)

Reviewed on November 19, 2007

The best way to keep the score rising is to keep your jet-boots burning. As you charge through columns of pads, avoiding a circle of mines, the walls vibrate with a cacophony of multiplier-inducing explosions. You ignore the searing flames that wrap around your hurtling body. You might disintegrate at any second, but you push it to the brink for that next line of pads.
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Build-A-Bear Workshop (DS)

Build-A-Bear Workshop review (DS)

Reviewed on November 19, 2007

If you're a parent and you don't mind walking your kid through the process the first few times, or if you have a boy or girl that's approaching the double digits and you want to provide him or her with an innocent alternative to some of the more violent fare on the market, you could do a lot worse than Build-A-Bear Workshop.
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Wild Arms 5 (PlayStation 2)

Wild Arms 5 review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 18, 2007

If ever there were an argument for the existence of the silent protagonist in an RPG, Wild Arms V's main character Dean would be it. Whereas most RPGs will have characters with at least a handful of surprising lines, Wild Arms V seems content in making Dean feel as generic as possible. He's a carefree, naive young man with a female best friend that's too good for him and always insults him for being a moron.
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Escape From Paradise City (PC)

Escape From Paradise City review (PC)

Reviewed on November 18, 2007

. The bank robber, Porter, can pick up anything to small machine-pistols (and, in an odd decision to recycle fantasy prefixes on the weapon types, a rusty Uzi) to hulking assault rifles while the crooked cop, Chekov, has a greater command of henchmen but prefers to provide covering fire with handguns. The last of the trio, Angel, a female brawler pulled from death row, simply kicks a lot or arse. Via violence. The three serve individual purposes, embodied by everyone having separate skill branches which they can level up through RPG-like methods.
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Mutant Storm Empire (Xbox 360)

Mutant Storm Empire review (X360)

Reviewed on November 18, 2007

MSE improves on the formula of Geometry Wars in nearly every way. While its predecessor was a very limited point grind with the entirety of the game taking place in one small boxlike grid, MSE adds levels. While this seems like a fairly standard addition, having a clear goal really makes all the difference. Each level introduces a number of unique enemies with unique behavior. At times, you fight against tanks and metallic soldiers. At others it's alien dolphins and large gelatinous eels.
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WWF No Mercy (Nintendo 64)

WWF No Mercy review (N64)

Reviewed on November 18, 2007

I have been a major fan of professional wrestling since I was around ten years old, so of course I’ve played nearly all of the wrestling games released on any console. From the old SNES titles to the newer Smackdown! games, I have spent my share of time in the squared circle. That being said, I have never played a wrestling game as entertaining, addictive, or long-lasting as WWF No Mercy for the Nintendo 64.
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Mario Kart DS (DS)

Mario Kart DS review (DS)

Reviewed on November 18, 2007

When I was a little kid, one of my favorite games for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System was the original Mario Kart game, simply titled Super Mario Kart. The game was an amazing achievement for the system, and is often hailed as not only one of the best racing games on the SNES, but one of the best racing games ever for a reason. The game tried new things, and introduced many elements that to this day are being copied by other franchises trying to convert into the racing genre. Mario Kart ...
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Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones (Xbox)

Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones review (XBX)

Reviewed on November 17, 2007

Every once in a great while, I get the feeling developers are actually listening to us.
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Mega Man 2 (NES)

Mega Man 2 review (NES)

Reviewed on November 17, 2007

These days, when I think of the name “Mega Man,” the image that regularly comes to mind is a factory churning out countless piles of sequels. In this odd-but-true fantasy, boxes teeming with Mega Man Battle Network games are loaded onto trucks and driven out to all the EBs and GameStops of the world, every minute of every day of every year, ever. Such a fantasy is a rather exaggerated but bluntly true reminder of the fact that we have too darn many Mega Man games on the market today, a lot of wh...
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Max Payne (PC)

Max Payne review (PC)

Reviewed on November 17, 2007

The overwhelming shadow of a city - rotting with disease - presses in around you. The neon lights and chittering rats mock you knowingly. The streets are lined with graffiti, trash, and needles. There are more dumpsters than trees. Your fellow denizens are not friends, at least not to you, and usually not even to each other. They're okay with you, though, it makes exterminating them easier on your conscious.
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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Xbox 360)

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare review (X360)

Reviewed on November 16, 2007

It's not the plot twists that will keep you playing so much as it is the sense that you're a part of them. As you head through the cities and the farmlands of present-day Russia, you're not some tourist dropped off somewhere to look at the pretty scenery; you're a soldier (multiple soldiers, actually, since the game shifts perspectives over the course of its 20 or so missions) exploring an unforgiving, hostile landscape where one careless step could spell disaster. This is a war. People on all sides will die and your goal is to make sure that you come through it all in one piece.
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Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction (PlayStation 2)

Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 16, 2007

Though at first glance Mercenaries "Playground of Destruction” seems like a GTA clone but in fact it is not. Mercenaries is an original game and a VERY enjoyable game.
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Burnout 3: Takedown (PlayStation 2)

Burnout 3: Takedown review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 16, 2007

Burnout 3 though the 3rd installment in the burnout series is not like its predecessors, the reason being that Criterion Games has completely reinvented the series and everything that was associated with the Burnout world.
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Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition (PC)

Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition review (PC)

Reviewed on November 16, 2007

PC gamers rejoice. One of the most stylish and fast paced series of the Playstation 2 makes its grand debut on the PC. Yes my fellow gamers the half demon half-half human Dante has finally arrived on the PC in what is no doubt the most stylish game to be released in the devil may cry (DMC) series. Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition as the name suggests is the special edition of the 3rd installment in the series. The game though the 3rd installment is actually a prequel to the 1st game and shows eve...
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Legaia 2: Duel Saga (PlayStation 2)

Legaia 2: Duel Saga review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 16, 2007

As a fan of the original Legend of Legaia, I was pleasantly surprised to find this gem while fishing through the bargain bin of my local game store. I was unaware that there even was a sequel, but then, Legaia has always been more of an underground fandom, and like its predecessor, Legaia 2 came on the scene without fanfare or lineups and humbly presented itself to us.
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Darklands (PC)

Darklands review (PC)

Reviewed on November 15, 2007

Dear reader, are you lonely? A bit sad? Not feeling very loved? Well, I have a solution for your woes! Play Darklands!
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Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am (PlayStation 2)

Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 15, 2007

To win the game, you must progress through twelve levels. Each is sandwiched between brief but amusing cutscenes featuring voices provided by the people responsible for the TV series. The cinema sequences set things up nicely as the trio of heroes advances from one stage to the next, but don't really hide the fact that the fun diminishes significantly once you actually start playing. That's because with the exception of a tutorial and three racing events, every stage unfolds the same way.
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Manhunt 2 (PlayStation 2)

Manhunt 2 review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 15, 2007

It would be inaccurate to call Manhunt 2 a true sequel to the original ultra violent and ultra gory Manhunt, because even though the latest game carries the same name it tells a whole different story with a completely different character. Developed by Rockstar London Manhunt 2 takes the violence, gore and profanity that the developers are famous for to a whole new intense level and makes sure it stays there.
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The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (DS)

The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass review (DS)

Reviewed on November 15, 2007

At its best, Phantom Hourglass is pure fun. The innovative touch controls provide a fresh take on the standard Zelda fare, and that alone was enough to revitalise my dwindling interest in the series.
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