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Cheetahmen II (NES)

Cheetahmen II review (NES)

Reviewed on November 04, 2007

Somewhere in the U.S. in 1992, a team worked on this game. They got together and brain stormed to come up with a story and some gameplay elements, and then they programmed it. They were working for money to feed themselves, their families, and to pay rents and mortgages, like any other American. Many things are forgivable when they are humanized, especially things that don’t ultimately decide your fate, like a videogame for example. One can imagine the time constraints, the difficult editing...
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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (Xbox 360)

Tony Hawk's Proving Ground review (X360)

Reviewed on November 02, 2007

Tony Hawk's Proving Ground definitely could have used more enhancements like 'nail the grab' and less of the other crap. Nowhere is that clearer than when it comes to the various missions you are expected to complete. Now you have not just one plot, but several. You progress through each of them in roughly the order you like. If you get tired of bowling for hoodlums, perhaps you can head to the park for a skate competition instead.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Xbox 360)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles review (X360)

Reviewed on November 02, 2007

Starting out in a burning apartment complex, you, as one of the four turtles, will fight your way through to April's apartment. The fire won't be the only thing in your way, as Foot Soldiers will walk out of doors, jump out of elevator shafts, and pop out of corners to throw dynamite, filling up the hallways. There's even a bizarre moment when giant boulders come flying down some stairs. You're swinging away, knocking down Foot Soldier after Foot Soldier with your weapons, and watch as they expl...
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Duke Nukem 3D (PC)

Duke Nukem 3D review (PC)

Reviewed on November 02, 2007

In the first two levels of this game’s first scenario, Duke takes refuge from the alien-infested streets in such wholesome places as an adult movie theater and strip club — where he can get tit shows from the pole dancers while making leering comments that make me think “drunken, seedy uncle” more than “savior of Earth”. God, Duke’s great!
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Brunswick Pro Bowling (PlayStation 2)

Brunswick Pro Bowling review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 02, 2007

Unfortunately, Brunswick Pro Bowling is hard to recommend to anyone, even the most hardcore bowling fan. Although the bowling mechanics are decent and there is a wealth of licensed Brunswick gear, they in no way balance the negatives. The lack of game modes and uninspired audiovisual design is a disaster; you’d be better of spending your money elsewhere.
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (DS)

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney review (DS)

Reviewed on November 02, 2007

What would the world be like without lawyers? An inhospitable wasteland full of creeps? Or an amicable society free of backstabbing SOBs? Either way, everyone knows that you can't live them, nor can you live without them.
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Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords (Xbox 360)

Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords review (X360)

Reviewed on November 01, 2007

Though at some level the creatures you fight in Puzzle Quest are just there as window dressing, they actually do bring a lot to the table. When you are traveling from one city to another and a sand worm attacks, you'll react differently than you might if battling a wyvern in the mountains. The result is that even though you're for the most part playing the same puzzle game for hours on end, it doesn't get as redundant as you might imagine.
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Bleach: The Blade of Fate (DS)

Bleach: The Blade of Fate review (DS)

Reviewed on November 01, 2007

Handhelds have never been home to the latest and greatest fighting games, though a few gems have graced them over the years. The genre is perfect for small bursts of gaming, making it a seemingly logical choice for portable systems, but I can’t remember a single handheld fighter I’d rather play over its console counterpart (as almost all of them are ports.) This is usually due to poor or simplified controls stunting the experience and/or the inability to play against friends. I suppose it’s a...
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Maniac Mansion (PC)

Maniac Mansion review (PC)

Reviewed on October 31, 2007

Dave has it rough. As if the pressures of putting off those pesky term papers and sleeping through exams weren’t enough, his cheerleader girlfriend Sandy has been abducted by a mad scientist who wants to suck out her pretty brains. She probably wouldn’t miss them all that much, but there’s more than just Sandy’s cerebellum at stake; it seems that her captor, the retired physician Dr. Fred Edison, is planning a bit of good old-fashioned world domination just as soon as he perfects his patented Zom-B-Matic™ machine.
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Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions (PSP)

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions review (PSP)

Reviewed on October 30, 2007

Those of you familiar with the original Tactics will recognize the name of that story. The War of the Lions is no sequel to it, but rather an enhanced port of its original PlayStation counterpart, and from the very instant you select "New Game," those enhancements become apparent in the form of its completely new translation.
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Coded Arms: Contagion (PSP)

Coded Arms: Contagion review (PSP)

Reviewed on October 30, 2007

Perhaps in an attempt to further the futuristic setting, the gameplay has fallen out of a time warp. From 1996.
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Dementium: The Ward (DS)

Dementium: The Ward review (DS)

Reviewed on October 30, 2007

Dementium. It may not be a real word, but it doesn’t take a genius to realise that it’s a derivative of both “dementia” and “demented”; two words that describe a state of intellectual deterioration and the characteristics of manic behaviour, respectively. Can you feel the darkness already? You awake one night to find yourself holed up in a decrepit room, part of some hospital ward which you don’t remember being admitted into. It’s thundery outside. You can hear the roof tiles ...
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Victorious Boxers: Revolution (Wii)

Victorious Boxers: Revolution review (WII)

Reviewed on October 29, 2007

After 23 years of technological and gameplay advancements, it seems like we finally got a three-dimensional version of Punch-Out! Then again, you can always charge in like a schoolyard runt trying to fend off the bully with a torrent of girlish slaps. That seems to work half of the time.
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Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles (PSP)

Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles review (PSP)

Reviewed on October 28, 2007

Classic game compilations are an oddity. You plunk down cash for them while fondly remembering the “glory days” in which the included games were made, and often realize after ten minutes of play that your favorite games of yesteryear were garbage. Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles is an exception. Composed of a 3D remake of the formerly Japan-only Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, the original PC-Engine version of Rondo of Blood, and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
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Fire Emblem (Game Boy Advance)

Fire Emblem review (GBA)

Reviewed on October 28, 2007

Back on Super Smash Bros. Melee for the GameCube two characters caused a large uproar in the video game community. Those two characters were from a popular series in Japan known as Fire Emblem. Fans wanted to know more about the two men Marth and Roy: Where did they come from? What is Fire Emblem? Why was it not released outside of Japan? Nintendo heard the cry and answered. The next Fire Emblem game and all to follow since its debut made their way outs...
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Totemball (Xbox 360)

Totemball review (X360)

Reviewed on October 27, 2007

The release of the Xbox Live Vision camera has opened up an avenue of opportunity for the Xbox 360. Games have taken advantage of the Vision by using face-in-game technology and allowing you to see real-time video streams of your opponents during gameplay. However, TotemBall, the first game that uses the camera exclusively to dictate gameplay, is a terrible showcase of what the Vision can do.
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Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s (PlayStation 2)

Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s review (PS2)

Reviewed on October 27, 2007

The original Guitar Hero’s release in 2005 achieved mass commercial and critical success, almost single-handedly reviving the rhythm game genre. Although the companies behind the phenomenon, Harmonix and RedOctane, have now parted company, their last collaboration is now with us. Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s is a collection of thirty tracks from the decade; the song list is a bit hit-and-miss, but the real disappointment is the lack of value and lazy presentation.
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All (DS)

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All review (DS)

Reviewed on October 27, 2007

Although the Phoenix Wright series has been established in Japan for a good number of years as Gyakuten Saiban, it’s still relatively new to the Western world. 2005’s Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney was a hit in the US and Europe; the twisting murder plots and courtroom drama translated well from East to West. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice for All is very similar to its predecessor. The plotlines are well thought out and the characters well scripted, but it suffers severely from its short ...
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Virtua Tennis 3 (Xbox 360)

Virtua Tennis 3 review (X360)

Reviewed on October 27, 2007

Since the turn of the millennium the Virtua Tennis series has dominated the tennis scene. The past few years may have been a little quiet but Virtua Tennis is back with a bang on the Xbox 360. The game hasn’t changed a great deal since Virtua Tennis 2, but Sega has improved and refined the visual presentation by taking advantage of the Xbox 360’s capabilities.
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Super Paper Mario (Wii)

Super Paper Mario review (WII)

Reviewed on October 27, 2007

The latest instalment of the Paper Mario franchise captures a beauty similar to the paper-folding art of origami; a mixture of vibrant colours, abstract design, and mind-boggling use of 2D and 3D contributes to this, but don’t think Super Paper Mario is a one-trick pony. The side-scrolling action of the classic Mario games, combined with light RPG elements of the Paper Mario sub-franchise, complement each other marvellously.
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