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Aedis Eclipse: Generation of Chaos (PSP)

Aedis Eclipse: Generation of Chaos review (PSP)

Reviewed on May 11, 2007

What all this amounts to is a game thatís akin to a great movie with a terrible ending. You plan out each move and become completely engaged in the experience. Then the battle (the Ďmovie endingí) comes and youíre left wondering where the rest of the game went.
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Spider-Man 3 (Xbox 360)

Spider-Man 3 review (X360)

Reviewed on May 10, 2007

Gang wars take over the streets. An alien symbiote pops out of nowhere and gives him a new suit with incredible strength - but makes him a complete asshole. Kraven the Hunter, Calypso, the Lizard, the Rhino, the Scorpion, the Kingpin, the Sandman, the New Goblin, Venom - New York City is a battleground, and thereís only thing standing in the way of complete chaos is one little spider.
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Sam & Max Episode 6 - Bright Side of the Moon (PC)

Sam & Max Episode 6 - Bright Side of the Moon review (PC)

Reviewed on May 10, 2007

A fitting conclusion.
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Phantom Dust (Xbox)

Phantom Dust review (XBX)

Reviewed on May 09, 2007

Imagine my surprise. I walked through the door of a random neighborhood game seller, nodded my brow to the register biscuits, looked around, and instead of finding the usual titles that fail to rub me the right way, I found. . .
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Honeycomb Beat (DS)

Honeycomb Beat review (DS)

Reviewed on May 07, 2007

When youíre done in Honeycomb Beatís Puzzle Mode, youíre done. This is fine, except the only rewards are unlockable backgrounds. No hotties in bikinis, colorful fireworks, or even an exciting song to dance around to. At this point, I would even settle for a measly ďCongratulationsĒ screen.
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Soccer '97 (PlayStation)

Soccer '97 review (PSX)

Reviewed on May 07, 2007

What do you give a game thatís great for all the wrong reasons? You give it a 5. And a hearty recommendation.
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Warrior of Rome II (Genesis)

Warrior of Rome II review (GEN)

Reviewed on May 07, 2007

I was curious.
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Primal Rage (Genesis)

Primal Rage review (GEN)

Reviewed on May 07, 2007

Welcome to Planet Urth! No, this post-apocalyptic wasteland is not the Earth that you used to know and love. Not too long ago, a giant meteorite crashed into our world, casting ruin and destruction across the globe. The impact shook the planet to its core, triggering severe earthquakes, tsunamis, and even (gasp!) global warming. Between the searing heat of the explosion and the radical shift of the continents, billions of people were killed in the catastrophe. Indeed, mankind as we know it has g...
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Genesis Rising: The Universal Crusade (PC)

Genesis Rising: The Universal Crusade review (PC)

Reviewed on May 06, 2007

It's fun watching organic starships explode in massive clouds of blood. It's fun sucking genes and fluids from the carcasses of defeated ships. It's fun throwing Drake shells from halfway across the map...Genesis Rising is too much fun for me to care about the crappy voice acting and crappier script.
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NetHack (PC)

NetHack review (PC)

Reviewed on May 06, 2007

Thereís a saying in the NetHack community that the DevTeam thinks of everything, and itís true. The game is so deep and fully realized that itís impossible to put down. Once youíre hooked, you keep coming back no matter how frustrating it gets sometimes, because NetHack isnít just a game. Itís an addiction.
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Pirates: Battle for the Caribbean (PC)

Pirates: Battle for the Caribbean review (PC)

Reviewed on May 06, 2007

If you're expecting me to break into some tirade about how Pirates is much more intricate than it seems, well, I'm afraid you're going to be disappointed.
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Cybernator (SNES)

Cybernator review (SNES)

Reviewed on May 06, 2007

Call it Assault Suits Valken, call it Target Earth 2, call it Cybernator. There are lots of things you can call this confusingly and frequently redubbed mech romp, but the sane among us who've played it will settle for awesome! On a system whose unsung sidescrollers shine the brightest over shallow Contra III and pushover Castlevania IV, Valken is at the very head of the pack, a system seller that never sold a system and a buried treasure that's o...
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Satan's Hollow (Arcade)

Satan's Hollow review (ARC)

Reviewed on May 06, 2007

To an impressionable six-year-old Christian schoolchild, this was an amazing find. After seeing Satan's full-body portrait on the side of the arcade cabinet, I couldn't help but leap into the lion's den; the prospect of defeating the devil and becoming a Bible Camp Hero was more temptation than I could resist!
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Pokemon Pearl (DS)

Pokemon Pearl review (DS)

Reviewed on May 06, 2007

As the sun rises over the Sinnoh Region, children are leaving their homes by the hundreds. They arenít attending school, nor are they running away from tough family situations and domestic abuse. In fact, their parents are waving goodbye from their doorsteps, secretly wiping tears from their eyes and hiding their emotions. They know that they may never see their sons or daughters for months, years, or ever again. Yet they allow the children roam free across the land, exploring every dank cave, w...
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Dinohunter (PC)

Dinohunter review (PC)

Reviewed on May 06, 2007

We've all played a multiplayer FPS before, unlike games like Far Cry, Dinohunter's gimmick isn't readily visibile in screenshots. All those show is a generic husk, a gun barrel and that familiar point and click interface. Indeed, this game isn't going to win any awards for artistic merit or for its complex gameplay. Sometimes, however, polish can be made up for with sheer overwhelming creativity and enthusiasm.
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Wii Play (Wii)

Wii Play review (WII)

Reviewed on May 06, 2007

All things considered, Wii Sports is one of Nintendoís best ideas in terms of promoting their new console. The game features a handful of games that anyone, regardless of their age and endurance, can actively play and enjoy. By using the WiiMote controller in place of actual sports equipment, you get to experience the games without the hassle of actually leaving your home. The best part about this little ensemble is that it comes free with the Wii; no sane consumer should have to shell ou...
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Streets of Rage Remake (PC)

Streets of Rage Remake review (PC)

Reviewed on May 05, 2007

Being a cop has to be the most boring job on Earth. As an avid videogame player, I have to come to this conclusion, as I can think of no game that portrays this career with even the remotest sense of accuracy. I mean, címon. Firefighters got Roscoe McQueen. Even postmen got Cliffie, the Beer-Drinking Postman. But every cop game either has you be a Ninja Cop, cop who has a super-tricked out spor...
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Resident Evil Gaiden (Game Boy Color)

Resident Evil Gaiden review (GBC)

Reviewed on May 05, 2007

Ask any video game fan on the internet what he (or she, if you aren't of the belief that women do not exist on the internet) thinks about the Resident Evil series. Every answer is the same: The first game was kinda-okay-ish. The second game was the greatest thing on the Playstation until Capcom saw fit to re-release the game a mind-boggling six
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5 Days a Stranger (PC)

5 Days a Stranger review (PC)

Reviewed on May 05, 2007

In my time Iíve played a lot of point and click adventure games. Ranging from the colourful and hilariously funny worlds of Lucasarts and Sierra, the clever and intriguing noir worlds of Revolution and numerous projects made by rival houses that make their games serious for the older players, Iíve marched through them all.
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Ganryu (NeoGeo)

Ganryu review (NEO)

Reviewed on May 05, 2007

The infuriatingly generic Ganryu manages to disappoint on every level. At its very core, one can only assume it is meant to be a nostalgic throwback to the 2D side scrolling ninja slice-a-thons of yore. Despite being made in 1999, it plays even worse than Shinobi did over a decade earlier, not to mention there are no bizarre 14-dimensional alien bosses or hi-tech tomfoolery, no relentless waves of enemies to fend off. Every aspect is stripped down to a uniform plain of vani...
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