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LMA Manager 2007 (Xbox 360)

LMA Manager 2007 review (X360)

Reviewed on May 29, 2007

That’s not how I want a team under my charge to play, and it’s a shame that you can’t train you team out of such habits; it’s not their fault, it’s LMA 2007’s match engine that spits these problems out.
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Doushin: Same Heart (PC)

Doushin: Same Heart review (PC)

Reviewed on May 28, 2007

You've probably played games in the past where you made a choice and were greeted by hours of dialogue and suddenly found yourself thinking woefully that somehow, somewhere, you were missing out on an orgy. Not so here! Now you simply click to jump to one of the other sisters. If no one around her seems randy, well, click to the other. Surely, a zipper is dropping somewhere.
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God Hand (PlayStation 2)

God Hand review (PS2)

Reviewed on May 28, 2007

The first thing that will strike you about God Hand is that the story is god damned insane. The initial cinema alone has the main character telling a his really hot female companion that some rough looking Road Warrior type male thugs are “sexier” than she is, which is followed up a little later with a scene where he tells two blatantly homosexual boss characters in gold & silver bikini armor that he “isn’t that kind of guy”. Those two scenes are pretty tame though compared to some of the most...
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Master Jin Jin's IQ Challenge (DS)

Master Jin Jin's IQ Challenge review (DS)

Reviewed on May 28, 2007

The worth of your brain levels are easy to call into question, too. They never decrease with incorrect answers and, if one set of puzzles prove too hard for you, you can dodge the harder incarnations of them and instead do several of the same puzzles on an easier setting to rack up the same promotion. In fact, after only about half an hour or so on the easiest setting, you can climb your level onto that of a PhD mind – which sounds very impressive for a few shape-nudges and math sequence algorithms.
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Egg Monster Hero (DS)

Egg Monster Hero review (DS)

Reviewed on May 28, 2007

The Almamoon Kingdom is in trouble. No, there aren't invading troops led by an evil warlord. There is no famine, pestilence is under control, and the only epidemic around is the flu during wintertime. The problem lay with Almamoon’s leadership (or rather, the lack of it). After inheriting the position from his father, the prince of Almamoon has been shirking his royal duties. He spends his days snoozing on the throne, chowing down everything edible in sight, and completely ignoring his education...
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Dual Blades (Game Boy Advance)

Dual Blades review (GBA)

Reviewed on May 27, 2007

Meet Alperen. He’s the villain of Dual Blades, the wielder of a powerful weapon of the same name. He doesn’t actually use two swords, though; he somehow stumbled across a mystical blade, sold his soul to claim it, and thus created the legendary sword. In return, the Dual Blades granted him immortality, leaving him doomed to wander the Earth as an ageless swordsman for the rest of his existence. Of course, the possibility of such power has led several other warriors to defeat Alperen and g...
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The Punisher (NES)

The Punisher review (NES)

Reviewed on May 27, 2007

"A hitman is just another fighter waiting for The Punisher's knockout punch," says the titular hero, strangely referring to himself in the third person like one of his many eccentric nemises. This would seem to indicate right away that LJN, notorious for exclusively developing horrible licenced titles, is conducting business as usual, this time on Marvel Comics' vigilante demi-god. It's clear they just don't get much out of the material, other than "shoot criminals", just like the makers of Dolp...
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Mobile Suit Gundam Seed: Battle Assault (Game Boy Advance)

Mobile Suit Gundam Seed: Battle Assault review (GBA)

Reviewed on May 26, 2007

Gundam. For anime fans, that name should conjure up images of massive robots decked out with laser cannons and energy blades. Since its inception in 1979, the franchise has spawned multiple series featuring these hulking mechs and lives of their pilots. Gundam SEED follows in the tradition of its predecessors by portraying an ongoing struggle between the Earth’s military alliance and ZAFT, a group comprised of the united space colonies. This series focuses more on the issues of genetic en...
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Virtual Skipper 5: 32nd America's Cup - The Game (PC)

Virtual Skipper 5: 32nd America's Cup - The Game review (PC)

Reviewed on May 26, 2007

32nd America's Cup is a sailboat racing simulation, and a sailboat racing simulation by its very nature is pretty much the exact opposite of the white knuckle speed-thrill games (for comparison, the top speed I've seen in this game is around 45 km/h. Noticably slower than 2,000). So, instead of simply holding the accellerator down and making the proper turns, America's Cup requires planning ahead, a healthy understanding of weather conditions, constant knowledge of your position relative to your opponent's, and proper jib manipulation.
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Final Fantasy Tactics Advance (Game Boy Advance)

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance review (GBA)

Reviewed on May 26, 2007

Marche Radiuju has a problem. As the new kid in St. Ivalice, he is both shy and withdrawn from his fellow classmates. Instead of experiencing his childhood, he spends his time caring for his younger brother Doned, whose crippling illness has left him stuck in a wheelchair. Then there’s Marche’s friend Ritz, who is utterly insecure over her appearance (because having weird hair is so much worse than being handicapped for life). Lastly, there’s Mewt, a wimpy bully magnet with an alcoholic f...
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Devil's Crush (TurboGrafx-16)

Devil's Crush review (TG16)

Reviewed on May 26, 2007

Your ball may rocket about, violently colliding with bumpers and careening off flippers with all the reckless abandon of – well, a pinball – but no matter how chaotic things get it always feels like the real thing. Assuming one could find a real machine swarming with demons in miniature, that is.
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Metal Slug 3 (Xbox)

Metal Slug 3 review (XBX)

Reviewed on May 26, 2007

Marco Rossi. Tarma Roving. Eri Kasamoto. Fio Germi.
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Skies of Arcadia (Dreamcast)

Skies of Arcadia review (DC)

Reviewed on May 25, 2007

Like Ivana Trump, Skies of Arcadia really does have it all. If it were appropriate to give Christmas presents to games, I'd have a mightily hard time trying to pick something out for this one. From the epic storyline to the orchestrated music, the beautiful, huge world just waiting to be explored and the myriad of side quests and bonuses that add to the playing experience, Skies of Arcadia is un underground classic for good reason. This is one of the few relatively recently released games that h...
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Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga (PlayStation 2)

Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga review (PS2)

Reviewed on May 24, 2007

The Shin Megami Tensei series isn't all that well known to the mainstream gamers of the United States or any other country outside of Japan. Infact, if you were to ask anyone to name one RPG franchise, the most likely response you would get would be "Final Fantasy". While no one can deny that the Final Fantasy series is one of the most popular RPG franchises, if not the most popular, the Shin Megami Tensei can hold its own in a conversation with Final Fantasy in it. To be honest, I had never eve...
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Blue Lightning (Jaguar CD)

Blue Lightning review (JCD)

Reviewed on May 24, 2007

Recently I joined a very elite club: the group of Atari Jaguar CD owners. The Jag CD add-on was released very late in the Jaguar's brief lifespan, so there were relatively few titles released for it. Apparently only 20,000 CD units were manufactured, but those people who did buy one new received four pack-in discs: a music-only CD of Tempest 2000's 'soundtrack', a brief demo of Myst, the music/puzzle game Vid Grid, and Blue Lightning.
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Pokémon Pearl Version (DS)

Pokémon Pearl Version review (DS)

Reviewed on May 24, 2007

These games were overall really good. The style of game changed completely resulting in a better game than the eleven before. The graphics have changed, the look of the characters have changed, more pokemon have been added, the overall goal that you need to accomplish right away has completely changed, and most of the options that used to take forever to do, have been sped up by the use of the stylus.
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Val D'Isere Skiing and Snowboarding (Jaguar)

Val D'Isere Skiing and Snowboarding review (JAG)

Reviewed on May 24, 2007

The Atari Jaguar has several racing games available: among them are Atari Karts, Power Drive Rally, Super Burnout, and of course the infamous Checkered Flag. But I would argue that the best racing game, and one of my favorite games for the Jaguar, is one that might surprise you: Val d'Isere Skiing and Snowboarding.
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Syndicate (Jaguar)

Syndicate review (JAG)

Reviewed on May 24, 2007

In the early 1990s the British developer Bullfrog created some very popular simulation games such as 'Populous' and 'Theme Park'. In these games you assume the role of an omnipotent being who overlooks a world. While looking down upon this world's map, you can control various actions of small beings wandering around.
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SpaceWar 2000 (Jaguar)

SpaceWar 2000 review (JAG)

Reviewed on May 24, 2007

A few years ago the folks at B&C Computers (www.myatari.com) discovered a prototype ROM for an unreleased Atari Jaguar game. The game is SpaceWar 2000; B&C have produced a limited number of copies of this cart.
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SkyHammer (Jaguar)

SkyHammer review (JAG)

Reviewed on May 24, 2007

In Skyhammer, you’re a hired mercenary pilot flying a helicopter-like aircraft in a futuristic "Blade Runner" city, shooting enemy tanks, other aircraft and picking up valuable packages. You have a cockpit view of the city as you hunt down your enemies and dock at the Cyber Mart for repairs. As you destroy your enemies and complete missions you can earn credits for purchasing more supplies at the Cyber Mart.
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