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Battalion Wars (GameCube)

Battalion Wars review (GCN)

Reviewed on April 17, 2007

Late in the GameCube's life, Nintendo started funding all sorts of different types of games from random companies. Some turned out pretty good, some were terrible. Predictably however, they all bombed sales-wise. The good news though is that means they became dirt cheap real quick, and thus allowing those of us who are fairly cautious about these sorts of things a chance to try them out with minimal risk. Battalion Wars, needless to say, is one such game. And though it shows plenty of the r...
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Metal Slug 6 (Arcade)

Metal Slug 6 review (ARC)

Reviewed on April 16, 2007

As the wind rolls across the plains, the Peregrine Falcons Special Forces Unit ventures forth into yet another battleground. Somewhere out there in that flowing tall grass, a bunch of General Morden’s Rebel goons have set up camp. It’s not like they were careful about hiding their whereabouts; there are shell casings littering the dirt and supplies strewn about. Even the soldiers’ voices can be heard on the breeze. You’d think that getting their asses kicked so many times in the past, the Rebels...
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Sonic and the Secret Rings (Wii)

Sonic and the Secret Rings review (WII)

Reviewed on April 15, 2007

Once upon a time, King Shahryar discovered that his wife was cheating on him. Though he had the queen and her lover executed, the king was traumatized; he believed that infidelity was a characteristic that all women shared. But since he couldn’t go for long without acting out his lusty urges, Shahryar remarried and took steps to ensure that no woman would betray him again. Since prenuptial agreements didn’t exist back then, the king took a more direct approach: wedding and bedding a new bride, t...
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Ridge Racer (PSP)

Ridge Racer review (PSP)

Reviewed on April 14, 2007

The first thing that pops up when you switch the game on is a retro arcade game from Namco's archives. Ridge Racer, it's "New" Rally-X, a top-down 2D 8-bit wonder from 1981 which involves you steering a little blue go-kart around to collect all the flags on a map and trying to avoid little red go-karts that want to crash you.
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Animal Crossing (GameCube)

Animal Crossing review (GCN)

Reviewed on April 13, 2007

I don’t hate Animal Crossing for its N64 quality graphics, terrible music, childlike nature, or terrible attempts at comedy. I dislike it simply because it just isn’t fun. What was supposed to be an interesting and innovative life simulator turned out to be a completely monotonous experience.
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Kororinpa: Marble Mania (Wii)

Kororinpa: Marble Mania review (WII)

Reviewed on April 12, 2007

It’s quiet inside the room. Or at least, you think it is. There’s an upbeat tune coming out of the screen in front of you, and your breath is coming out in soft sighs. You’ve blocked the noise out, though; you’re too distracted to notice your surroundings. Your hand is trembling as you rotate it ever so slightly, turning the object with your fingers with the delicacy of a brain surgeon. Failure is not an option here; one slight miscalculated movement could spell utter disaster for your efforts. ...
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Rogue Galaxy (PlayStation 2)

Rogue Galaxy review (PS2)

Reviewed on April 09, 2007

Imagine, if you will, the following scenario: A young blond orphan living on a desert planet ruled by galactic war suddenly finds himself confused for an infamous hunter and whisked away on glorious adventures. Now, but for a few key points, many gaming fans find this core idea so irritatingly familiar it near instantly drives them away from this game.
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Sam & Max Episode 5 - Reality 2.0 (PC)

Sam & Max Episode 5 - Reality 2.0 review (PC)

Reviewed on April 09, 2007

Max demands your attention!
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Bullet Witch (Xbox 360)

Bullet Witch review (X360)

Reviewed on April 09, 2007

NES classic, Contra. You ran from left to right, as either Blue Man or Red Man, dependant on whether you played with a friend or played with yourself, and shot guys who ran towards you.
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Sengoku 2 (NeoGeo)

Sengoku 2 review (NEO)

Reviewed on April 08, 2007

By the leather of my bootstraps, they've gone out and done it. SNK has made the first game totally according to surrealist principles, and if it were done today, John Romero would more or less be involved. It's never too late to drop the old dependable Daikatana joke, I say. Now, I'm not totally against throwing together a bunch of set-pieces and not even bothering to link them with a storyline. Today's subject, the conglomeration of virtual ejacu-late known as Sengoku 2 (which tr...
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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (Wii)

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 review (WII)

Reviewed on April 08, 2007

Meet Goku. He’s the hero of Dragon Ball Z, a man who has dedicated his life to martial arts and assisting the less fortunate. Of course, that’s just a euphemistic way of saying that the guy is nothing more than an obsessive martial artist with little understanding of the society around him. Few anime characters have the ability to be childishly naive and brutally lethal at the same time. Along with his merry band of super-powered vigilantes, prodigies, and rivals, our hero defends the Ear...
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Metal Slug Anthology (Wii)

Metal Slug Anthology review (WII)

Reviewed on April 07, 2007

There’s a man dying in front of you. His gut has been shot wide open; he’s feebly struggling to keep his innards from slipping out onto his uniform. His camouflage used to be green to blend in with the jungle around you, but the blood seeping through the fabric has blown the man’s cover. This guy is just another nameless soldier fighting for a greater cause; his country will list both him and his fallen comrades as mere statistics once the fighting is done. Somewhere back home, he has a life. A ...
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Disney's Meet the Robinsons (PlayStation 2)

Disney's Meet the Robinsons review (PS2)

Reviewed on April 07, 2007

Meet The Robinsons is the type of light-hearted, family-friendly adventure that parents can feel safe about letting their pre-teens play. There is no death, no vulgar humor, no person-on-person violence, and the gameplay is challenging without being frustrating.
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The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Xbox 360)

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion review (X360)

Reviewed on April 06, 2007

You vain piece of scum! Really think your pretty face matters while you’re standing behind bars, all up in shackles? Ha! Well enjoy your meager trace of freedom while it lasts, at any rate; which the Dark Elf man across the hall tells you with spite, is quickly burning from both ends.
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Ossu! Tatakae! Ouendan! (DS)

Ossu! Tatakae! Ouendan! review (DS)

Reviewed on April 06, 2007

Intelligent gamers around the globe imported Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan when it was released in 2005. I’m not that smart. Elite Beat Agents had to smash its quirky brilliance into my brain to make me realize that its Japanese predecessor could be anything more than a foreign novelty. This is, after all, a game where a male cheerleading squad inspires people to overcome life’s tribulations. Some of Ouendan’s signature humor is lost without translation, but this rhythm game’s pr...
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Magna Carta: Tears of Blood (PlayStation 2)

Magna Carta: Tears of Blood review (PS2)

Reviewed on April 04, 2007

So you're looking for a new and unusual RPG.
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Gals Panic 4 (Arcade)

Gals Panic 4 review (ARC)

Reviewed on April 03, 2007

You might think you know all about this type of game, in which case you’re probably some sort of perverted weirdo, but Gals Panic 4 is actually a big, bouncy departure for the series – and definitely for the better.
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Honeycomb Beat (DS)

Honeycomb Beat review (DS)

Reviewed on April 03, 2007

The game’s real beauty is that it has something for any puzzle game aficionado. If you like to take your time and think things through, the ‘Puzzle’ mode is that perfect blend of frustration and addiction that will keep you locked in its icy, wicked grasp for a very long while. Meanwhile, ten stages of varying speed give ‘Evolution’ mode some definite longevity.
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Wing Island (Wii)

Wing Island review (WII)

Reviewed on April 02, 2007

These promising missions and original game concept could have carried Wing Island a long way. To do that, however, the game must first have somewhere to go. From the start of the fifth mission and by the end of the credits, it was clear that the only place Wing Island would visit is oblivion.
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Patriots: A Nation Under Fire (PC)

Patriots: A Nation Under Fire review (PC)

Reviewed on April 02, 2007

The second level (that starts where the first ends, but under the cover of night, suggesting you stood in the same spot for several hours until the sun went down) has you running around putting fires within the base out. Tiny little blazes that the narrative sells like they're about to engulf the Earth in napalm destruction but are no bigger than your average camp fire. If a programmer for this game strolled into your every-day back-yard barbeque situation, they'd declare Armageddon was upon us and promptly dive into the kiddy pool.
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