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Spider-Man (Nintendo 64)

Spider-Man review (N64)

Reviewed on January 20, 2006

It was a magic-spider, he was chosen by a spider-god, he gave birth to himself (long story)Ösome writers just donít seem to get it. Simplicity works wonders. Same with life, same with comics, same with games.
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Fallout (PC)

Fallout review (PC)

Reviewed on January 18, 2006

Until now, there were no dreams of the future. The world as you know it has been confined to the massive bunker, Vault 13. Inside the redundant maze of sterile hallways and fluorescent tubes, all that mattered was keeping the vault running for future generations. Even that task has become a hopeless cause. The water purification system in Vault 13 has broken, and without new water chip, your people will die.
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Quake 4 (Xbox 360)

Quake 4 review (X360)

Reviewed on January 18, 2006

There are few games that can boast an arsenal quite like this, and there are fewer still that actually make it work. From the rapid fire brutality of the nail gun, to the hyper blaster, to a dark matter cannon that fires quantum singularities, each and every weapon packs an awesome punch.
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Spartan: Total Warrior (PlayStation 2)

Spartan: Total Warrior review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 17, 2006

The Spartan is at his best when heís just going around killing stuff, and the game gives you plenty of chance to do that. Sometimes he kills alone, outnumbered by twenty, thirty, maybe even forty. Sometimes heís fighting with his buddies, playing the odd-evener when theyíre outmanned. But the situation and the location donít matter: the Spartan was born to end lives, and he follows his calling.
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Shining Tears (PlayStation 2)

Shining Tears review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 17, 2006

It's like a 2D mission-based Dynasty Warriors. From your headquarters, you'll pick a new objective then run out onto a hand-painted map and button-mash to kill all the orcs, skeletons, and whatnot in sight. There are some skills that you can use, but for the most part you'll be tapping a single button over and over. Unfortunately, Shining Tears lacks most of the things that made Dynasty Warriors famous.
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Wild Arms 4 (PlayStation 2)

Wild Arms 4 review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 17, 2006

Sometimes you can switch off battles entirely. Some people might worry that this will result in a game where you give into temptation and donít fight enough, resulting in mad level building halfway through the game. Thatís not true, though, because you canít switch off the fights the minute you feel like it. Each new locale forces you to endure combat first. Thereís even more good news, too: battles donít suck.
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Fullmetal Alchemist: Dual Sympathy (DS)

Fullmetal Alchemist: Dual Sympathy review (DS)

Reviewed on January 16, 2006

Fullmetal Alchemist has become a somewhat popular anime and manga series on American soil lately. However, it is far more popular in Japan, as is obvious by the movie released that has yet to obtain an American release date, as well as the various Fullmetal Alchemist games released for previous handhelds, that will never make it here. The latest game in the series, Dual Sympathy for the Nintendo DS looks to be sealed with the same fate. Considering that the Nintendo DS has no region block, impor...
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Street Fighter Anniversary Collection (Xbox)

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection review (XBX)

Reviewed on January 16, 2006

In a sense, Street Fighter Anniversary Collection should be the ultimate 2-D fighting experience. Not only does it include Hyper Street Fighter 2, a compilation of all of the SF2 versions into one but, it also contains one of the best ďnew-schoolĒ 2-D fighters: Street Fighter 3: Third Strike. Not only do we get two of the greatest fighting games of all time, we get the full-length 1994 anime movie. Although, this may not enthral the majority of us, a handful of fanatics will be enthused.
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Sonic the Hedgehog (Genesis)

Sonic the Hedgehog review (GEN)

Reviewed on January 15, 2006

You can imagine my surprise when I played this game for the first time since I was a kid. You mean this was supposed to be Mario's biggest rival? This was the game the Nintendo haters trumpeted? Well, ok, I take that back. This isn't a bad game after all. Or, at least most of it isn't. But it's also not exactly great either. Or, once again, at least most of it isn't. It's a game that doesn't know what it wants to be, trying to move in too many directions at once. And while some o...
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Super Metroid (SNES)

Super Metroid review (SNES)

Reviewed on January 15, 2006

While I may not enjoy them, I at least understand why other people like certain games that I can't stand playing. The Otogi series' simplistic brawling has always rubbed me the wrong way, for instance, yet I see the allure of exploring its gorgeous locales and purifying things with a big sword. Similarly, while I don't like Streets of Rage 2 thanks to its cookie-cutter cretins, I can see why a game that lets you punch your way through everything from a baseball field to a pirate ship while liste...
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Resident Evil 4 (PlayStation 2)

Resident Evil 4 review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 14, 2006

Call it astonishing. Call it mind blowing. Call it the game of the week, the year or maybe even the decade. Call it the best Resident Evil yet; no one is going to argue. While Capcom may have only clawed at the face of the survival horror genre with its previous installments, RE 4 full on drives a nail into its heart. This isnít a sequel that dabbles in what previously worked or a sequel that smothers you with irrelevant new ideas. This game is evolutionódisturbing, haunting, brill...
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Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie (Xbox 360)

Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie review (X360)

Reviewed on January 14, 2006

As I stood in front of the Xbox 360 section at the store, King Kongís menacing mug shot on the cover of Peter Jacksonís King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie (what a terribly messy title) stood out amongst the covers of the other games on the Xbox 360. His sharp white fangs immediately grabbed my attention, and his angry eyes did a great job of pumping me up for the disc he was so preciously guarding. I was really excited when I got the game home; anticipating ripping and tearing thro...
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GunValkyrie (Xbox)

GunValkyrie review (XBX)

Reviewed on January 14, 2006

You know what we need more of in video games? Hot, flying chicks with big guns that get naked at least once during the game. Yeah, yeah, we have Steam Hearts, but we need more, damn it! Well, someone over at Smilebit thought it was a groovy idea to have hot, flying chicks with big guns in a video game, and they ended up making this title: Gunvalkyrie. You'd think having hot, flying chicks with big guns in a video game would be enough, but they went the distance; they've included gi...
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Feel the Magic: XY/XX (DS)

Feel the Magic: XY/XX review (DS)

Reviewed on January 13, 2006

You bought this game? Are you crazy? You absolutely are not! You just made the best move in your whole life. This game will be the game of the year. Now Feel the Magic is a really unique game, and it really takes use of the DSís abilities like the touch screen and microphone. This game was released late in the year of 2004, and was created by the Sonic Team, which is known for some great games.
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DDR Extreme 2 (PlayStation 2)

DDR Extreme 2 review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 13, 2006

I used to walk by those kids playing Dance Dance Revolution and I just could never figure out how those kids could go so fast and move their feet quicker than anyone in that game. I would never play it for I was to embarrassed, but then I saw the version for my house and I just had to have it. I used this game for a workout and for fun so lets talk about it.
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Armored Core: Formula Front - Extreme Battle (PSP)

Armored Core: Formula Front - Extreme Battle review (PSP)

Reviewed on January 13, 2006

If you play manually and ignore the AI, the chip bonuses are meaningless and the overall game simplistic... but those who defy conventional "control it yourself" wisdom and strive to hone their core's AI performance will be pleased by the depth of Formula Front: Extreme Battle.
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Karnov (NES)

Karnov review (NES)

Reviewed on January 13, 2006

Whether Iím smirking at the sight of a macho circus strongman clad with a mermaidís tail during the underwater portions of the fifth stage or wondering just how a common boomerang can INSTANTLY kill an enormous dinosaur, Iím typically having a blast when Memory Lane takes me past this game.
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Stay Tooned! (PC)

Stay Tooned! review (PC)

Reviewed on January 13, 2006

I'd bet you've never seen Stay Tooned! before, and I'd also bet why: it's a decade-old graphic adventure that gets wrongly marked as edutainment. A game with a worse rep there may be, but I haven't heard of it.
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Mohawk and Headphone Jack (SNES)

Mohawk and Headphone Jack review (SNES)

Reviewed on January 12, 2006

Over the years Iíve played a countless amount of bad videogames. In the matter of fact Iíve played so many terrible ones that I donít have the slightest clue of which one is the worst. But Black Pearlís Mohawk and Headphone Jack is the ultimate example of a great game gone bad. It has traits that have made games in the past awesome, but they are butchered so badly to the point that the game is unplayable. It just might be the game that comes in dead last. And thatís saying a lot.
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Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix (GameCube)

Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix review (GCN)

Reviewed on January 12, 2006

It was only a matter of time. Mario has infiltrated a great number of wacky genres in his quest to spread the empire of Nintendo, and it was indeed only a matter of time before he started shaking his ass on the dancefloor.
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