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Slave Pageant (PC)

Slave Pageant review (PC)

Reviewed on September 21, 2007

Yujiro Mido and Sumi Mizuno have known each other their entire lives. They’re neighbors. They’ve attended the same schools and been in the same classes. She walks with him every afternoon, trying to take care of him. He thinks she’s generally nice (though a bit of a crybaby), that her red hair is very pretty, and her figure is amazing. When Sumi’s nominated for the school’s Miss Twilight competition, Yujiro believes she just might win. To help her cause – but more to help himself – he rape...
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Worms: Open Warfare 2 (DS)

Worms: Open Warfare 2 review (DS)

Reviewed on September 21, 2007

Even though there's an effective tutorial at the onset of the game (which you can skip if you're so inclined), getting a handle on the destructive implements available can prove difficult. Options like the flaming fist that lets you knock your opponents backward with a cry of “Shoryuken!” are cool and have predictable results, but more standard fare like the bazooka definitely doesn't.
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Industrial Spy: Operation Espionage (Dreamcast)

Industrial Spy: Operation Espionage review (DC)

Reviewed on September 20, 2007

Imagine a game where you can take a group of spies into a building, and be able to sneak around while taking on its numerous challenges it throws in your direction. Using your spies to work together as a team, you'll be able to disarm traps, solve complex puzzles, and avoid guards while getting closer to your main goal.
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Sid Meier's Pirates! - Live the Life (PC)

Sid Meier's Pirates! - Live the Life review (PC)

Reviewed on September 19, 2007

Sacking formerly prosperous colonies into fiery ruin alongside your crew of drunken buccaneers, forcing snooty enemy captains to walk the plank after making off with their fancy doo-dads, or showing a buxom doxy just how you got the name “Long John” – it’d bring a tear to me eye if that murderous winged devil hadn’t torn it right out of the socket.
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Stuntman Ignition (PlayStation 2)

Stuntman Ignition review (PS2)

Reviewed on September 18, 2007

I drove a monster truck off a ramp and crashed into a water tower. I hit the nitro and plowed my James Bond-like vehicle through a collapsing cavern of ice. I nailed a cork-screw jump and spun my Night Avenger car *cough* Batmobile *cough* through a rocket that was taking off, gunned a motorcycle through the open hatch of a hovering helicopter. I drove over barricades, under exploding semis and straight through billboards.
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Ninja Gaiden (NES)

Ninja Gaiden review (NES)

Reviewed on September 18, 2007

Ryu Hayabusa is a ninja with a dark past from which he can never escape. This has nothing to do with the storylines of the Ninja Gaiden series that Ryu stars in, though. Ryu's tragic history is, in fact, his first NES outing, known simply as Ninja Gaiden. While the modern Gaiden on the Xbox and Playstation 3 might be a masterpiece, Ninja Gaiden on the NES and Wii Virtual Console will leave you feeling cheated and morbidly depressed.
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American Civil War - The Blue and the Gray (PC)

American Civil War - The Blue and the Gray review (PC)

Reviewed on September 18, 2007

The Blue and the Gray is a turn-based strategy title spanning the length of the Civil War. As the player, you may freely chose to command the armies of either the Union in the north, or the Confederate States in the south, and indeed, one of the more interesting features to any student of history is the ability to play through the entire war and win as the Confederates...Unfortunately, what I found is, well...a little too much simulation and not enough video game. You might enjoy it - provided you're a huge civil war aficionado with immense patience. The thing is, I would normally check these boxes for myself and, as such, can’t recommend this one.
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King's Knight (NES)

King's Knight review (NES)

Reviewed on September 17, 2007

It’s called King’s Knight. It was made by Square. And it’s got all manner of wizards, warriors, monsters, and magical spells! Surely this is an epic RPG, rich with complex character development and deep old-school gameplay!
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R.C. Pro-Am II (NES)

R.C. Pro-Am II review (NES)

Reviewed on September 16, 2007

Now instead of finding a few simple upgrade icons littering the track, you can snag money bags. These allow you to outfit your vehicle as you see fit, whether that be in the form of improved tires that let you take tighter corners or more powerful engines that render your opponents irrelevant. There's more strategy involved, both as you struggle to secure the most cash on each lap (since your opponents can pick them up before you if you get careless) and as you invest in the perfect vehicular modifications.
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Duck Tales (NES)

Duck Tales review (NES)

Reviewed on September 15, 2007

Duck Tales works so well because it remains faithful to the adventurous spirit that made its source material such a resounding success. After selecting a stage, you're dropped into what at first feels like just another level from any cutesy platformer. As you head to the right, though, you'll quickly realize that something is different: you have options!
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UFO: Aftermath (PC)

UFO: Aftermath review (PC)

Reviewed on September 15, 2007

Aftermath tries a more cinematic approach to TBSing that could have worked if it wasn’t lost in the background.
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Heavenly Sword (PlayStation 3)

Heavenly Sword review (PS3)

Reviewed on September 15, 2007

With such a high standard set, it shouldn't come as a surprise that gameplay doesn't hold up its end of the bargain. It does come close, though. The main problem is that Nariko spends most of her game carrying a sword capable of standing against the most powerful beings in the world, yet primarily battles simple soldiers. Even when an environment is crawling with troops, there isn't much to offer resistance. She's simply too powerful.
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Last Alert (Turbografx-CD)

Last Alert review (TGCD)

Reviewed on September 15, 2007

>Last Alert places you in the boots of "one man army" Guy Kazama, as he embarks on the Turbo CD's equivalent of Schwarzenegger's entire action movie library smashed together into a single disc. Upon first glance, this appears to be a bloodier, fancier version of Ikari Warriors — replete with sweet CD soundtrack.
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UFO: Aftershock (PC)

UFO: Aftershock review (PC)

Reviewed on September 14, 2007

The odds are stacked against you, yes. But when you can freeze the odds where they stand and think your way around them, it's not so overwhelming. Few games manage to portray the same sense of complexity that UFO Aftershock does. And even fewer do so with the same grace.
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Rudra no Hihou (SNES)

Rudra no Hihou review (SNES)

Reviewed on September 14, 2007

Rudra no Hihou is a powerful game capable of being one of Squaresoft's best. It'll give you a rare challenge like barely any RPG since has been able to accomplish. It'll give you beautiful graphics, some of the best on the SNES. It'll give you one of the most innovative magic systems ever created. But most of all... It'll give you a hell of a ride from start to finish.
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Mega Man Legends (PlayStation)

Mega Man Legends review (PSX)

Reviewed on September 14, 2007

Contrary to popular opinion, first impressions aren’t everything.
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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (PlayStation 2)

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas review (PS2)

Reviewed on September 14, 2007

Simply put, this game is HUGE — so large that a representation of one of America’s largest cities only takes up one corner of its world. Also in the game are San Fierro (San Francisco), Las Venturas (Las Vegas) and miles upon miles of the surrounding countryside, which is loaded with farms, villages, mountains and even a top-secret military base. And very little space is wasted. During the course of play, Carl will find himself doing either mandatory or optional missions that force him to cover virtually every square inch of this vast realm.
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Ikki Tousen: Shining Dragon (PlayStation 2)

Ikki Tousen: Shining Dragon review (PS2)

Reviewed on September 12, 2007

Ikki Tousen: Shining Dragon is a terrible game about a bunch of DD-cup ladies running around beating people up, and it doesn't even do a decent job of showing off their DD cups. If you're looking for a decent import brawler, I suggest you buy Berserk instead.
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Ikki Tousen: Ikki Tochi! (PlayStation 2)

Ikki Tousen: Ikki Tochi! review (PS2)

Reviewed on September 12, 2007

This game which takes 20 seconds to load, this game which occupies the same amount of space as Panzer Dragoon Zwei or Guardian Heroes, is shorter, more frustrating, and less entertaining than similar titles on the NES or Atari 2600.
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Spider-Man 3 (Xbox 360)

Spider-Man 3 review (X360)

Reviewed on September 12, 2007

Let's face it: We can all remember a day when the Spider-Man games that were coming out were not so good (and ok, Spider-Man 2 for the DS wasn't either.) But starting out on the Playstation One, Spidey games began to show some true quality. They were fun! The newest incarnation, based rather loosely on the third movie in the blockbuster series is perhaps the best yet. Swinging through the air at 200 miles per hour in a to-scale New York City, 170 feet in the air, as you take on some of the most ...
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