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Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence (PlayStation 2)

Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence review (PS2)

Reviewed on July 30, 2006

Dealing with a special edition of a game is tricky business. Chances are, youíve got the original version, played through it a fair share of times, and thought it was the best damn thing since sliced bread. But when that newer version comes out, youíre left with a choice: buying it because you enjoyed the original so much, or ignore it because of the gaming companyís blatant attempt to get more cash out of your wallet. Either choice poses a risk; should you shell out the extra money, you may fin...
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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Atari 2600)

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre review (A2600)

Reviewed on July 30, 2006

While it certainly pushes the envelope in terms of content even by todayís standards, this massacre of good taste quickly runs out of gas both metaphorically and quite literally.
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N3: Ninety-Nine Nights (Xbox 360)

N3: Ninety-Nine Nights review (X360)

Reviewed on July 30, 2006

Ninety-Nine Nights is grand, sweeping, and epic. Each character's attack style is varied, each storyline is different, and the secret character's adventure is a BLAST. At the best of times, the game's thoroughly engrossing and a joy to play. Unfortunately, because of numerous design issues, it can't fend off the bellowing swarms of other, better, older brawlers.
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Tekken 4 (PlayStation 2)

Tekken 4 review (PS2)

Reviewed on July 29, 2006

Tekken. Itís arguably the greatest 3D fighting game series ever conceived. After years of fame and popularity in the arcades and on the Playstation, the franchise was finally ready to make that big leap onto the PS2 in hopes of maintaining its iron grip on the fighting genre. After the incredibly successful debut of Tekken Tag Tournament on the new console, the future of Tekken looked pretty brightÖuntil the previews for Tekken 4 started showing up. As the main series took its firs...
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The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures (GameCube)

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures review (GCN)

Reviewed on July 29, 2006

Why do Nintendo always do this? Always.
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The Suffering (PlayStation 2)

The Suffering review (PS2)

Reviewed on July 28, 2006

After a certain point in the game, most players will be used to that sort of chaotic action, as The Suffering revels in it. Torque spends much of the game trapped in a lunaticís nightmare, surrounded by panicking guards and inmates fighting each other, as well as their otherworldly foes.
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EVE Online: The Second Genesis (PC)

EVE Online: The Second Genesis review (PC)

Reviewed on July 28, 2006

Imagine a sprawling universe at your fingertips: thousands of space stations ringing thousands of stars that await your presence. Beyond that, imagine that enterprising people with the necessary materials and know-how would be able to colonize, police, and otherwise run entire sectors of space, completely free of influence by outside forces. A refreshing sci-fi setting makes for an attractive alternative to any of the dime-a-dozen sword and sorcery MMOs out there. Furthering this strong sense of...
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Capcom Fighting Evolution (PlayStation 2)

Capcom Fighting Evolution review (PS2)

Reviewed on July 28, 2006

Instead of trying to update or reinvent any of its fighting franchises, Capcom continues to inflame the cross-over fighting madness with Capcom Fighting Evolution. The question of whether Ryu is stronger than some other generic 2D fighter has probably crossed your mind, but this game will make your brain bleed from its skull-bludgeoning lack of execution. Though Capc...

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Time Crisis II (PlayStation 2)

Time Crisis II review (PS2)

Reviewed on July 27, 2006

The clock is relentless, and the only way to beat it is to get through the walls of enemies as quickly as possible. Like cockroaches, terrorist thugs pour from doorways, pop out of windows, rappel from rooftops, and leap from trees, armed with everything from pistols, to machine guns, grenades, and tanks.
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Tony Hawk's Underground 2 (Xbox)

Tony Hawk's Underground 2 review (XBX)

Reviewed on July 27, 2006

Every now and then I forget this and foolishly revist the game, but in playing, I remember why I abandoned it. THUG2 is less about skating and more about a basic and ludicrous toilet humour that even rugby players wouldn't find amusing.
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The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (PC)

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion review (PC)

Reviewed on July 27, 2006

Fiery portals to hell, evil demons, dark princes, oh my Alright, now that I have your attention, itís time for Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Bethesda hit a home run in 2002 with Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. It offered this huge adventure, giving you total freedom in a gorgeous fantasy land. Fans were eagerly anticipating the next installment in the series, but after three years people were getting a little impatient. Four years later Oblivion has arrived, and it was well worth the wait. By takin...
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Antarctic Adventure (NES)

Antarctic Adventure review (NES)

Reviewed on July 26, 2006

Itís no secret. Antarctica is a truly dreadful place.
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NCAA Football 07 (PlayStation 2)

NCAA Football 07 review (PS2)

Reviewed on July 25, 2006

Once in a while, a game comes around that totally redefines video gaming forever. Personally, I have experienced this with a few titles, most notably Super Mario Brothers 3 and Final Fantasy 7. NCAA Football 2004 was the last game to do this for me, as the game was simply phenomenal and one of the most addicting games ever. Then, NCAA Football 2005 came around and disappointed many, including myself, with its focus on defense being the major flaw. NCAA Football 06 tried to fix the flaws, and suc...
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Pocket Fighter (PlayStation)

Pocket Fighter review (PSX)

Reviewed on July 23, 2006

It finally happened. After years of selling Street Fighter II, slightly modifying it half a dozen times, re-releasing it onto various consoles, creating a prequel trilogy, three versions of a sequel, crappy movies, cartoons, action figures, and dominating the 2D fighting genre, the beloved Street Fighter series franchise jumped the shark. Of course, Capcom wasnít ready to part with one of their most lucrative series just yet. They needed something different, something that not only captur...
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NFL Head Coach (PC)

NFL Head Coach review (PC)

Reviewed on July 23, 2006

My first year coaching the Oakland Raiders was definitely a successful one. I crushed the teamís goal of finishing with an 8-8 record not only by going 11-5, but by making it to the wildcard and greatly improving the teamís running game (and placed fifth in the league in rushing yards). I donít know if I was due to my outstanding work ethics or my unmatched play-calling ability, but this success earned me several lucrative coaching offers from practically every team, as well as comparisons to th...
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U.N. Squadron (SNES)

U.N. Squadron review (SNES)

Reviewed on July 23, 2006

U.N. Squadron is a phenomenal shooter, bearing very impressive visuals and challenging gameplay (with emphasis on challenging). Though there are some very specific battle flaws (if flaws is the proper word in this case) that'll surely frustrate many a player, the good manages to greatly outweigh the bad, leaving U.N. Squadron with a tremendously positive mark.
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Kid Icarus (NES)

Kid Icarus review (NES)

Reviewed on July 21, 2006

Kid Icarus was released on the same day as another Nintendo game: Metroid. The big selling point for both games was that they were "Password Paks"--that is to say, a password could be input at the start of the game so you didn't have to go through everything all over again after turning the system off. The two games have many other similarities: they use the same engine, the same team developed both games, their level designs are highly similar, they utilize the same concept of upgrading your ch...
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Jaws Unleashed (PlayStation 2)

Jaws Unleashed review (PS2)

Reviewed on July 21, 2006

But once you get past its beauty, once you stop admiring and start playing, the problems come. Jaws was a movie about a shark that ate people in the 70ís. Jaws: Unleashed is a game about a shark that eats people in the modern day, targets chemical plants, destroys oil platforms, and sinks ships by hurling torpedoes at them, making him the shark equivalent of Captain Planet.
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Guardian Heroes (Saturn)

Guardian Heroes review (SAT)

Reviewed on July 21, 2006

It is a sad fact that time renders many once-excellent games virtually unplayable, as games superior in both gameplay and technical prowess replace them. Sometimes a game can last for awhile before being replaced while a game may last only a year or two before losing its luster yet with a few exceptions, most games donít carry their same superiority over a decade. This brings us to the game of this review, Guardian Heroes, which is entering its 10th year since its first release for the doomed Se...
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Arcus 1-2-3 (Sega CD)

Arcus 1-2-3 review (SCD)

Reviewed on July 21, 2006

Wolf Team often waxes philosophical in their games, and Arcus is no exception. This time around, they've crafted a story about the evils of war: Rig Veda doesn't like how humans indiscriminately slaughter their own kind, so he's going to kill EVERYONE. It's an unusually reflective journey that often seems more concerned with exploring the nature of humanity than with saving the world.
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