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Super Mario 64 DS (DS)

Super Mario 64 DS review (DS)

Reviewed on December 09, 2005

I still remember the day hearing that there was going to be a 3D Mario game. I figured it was just a rumor, I enjoyed Mario games, but a 3D Mario game called Super Mario 64, sounded like a joke to me. Still I imagined how great it would be, and when the day came where Mario 64 was released, that dream was reality except better. I was actually playing a 3D game with my favorite character. Now that fantastic game, has been brought to a little something we called our “Nintendo DS”, and has been adv...
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Star Wars: Battlefront II (PSP)

Star Wars: Battlefront II review (PSP)

Reviewed on December 08, 2005

The first Star Wars game on the PSP. Now man, wasn't I excited. Since I was a huge fan of the first battlefront game, was this one going to live up to it's title? I must say I was slightly disappointed when I bought this game. So here I'm going to dig into this title and talk about this shooter game and here we go.
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Monster Hunter: Freedom (PSP)

Monster Hunter: Freedom review (PSP)

Reviewed on December 08, 2005

Unfortunately however, Monster Hunter required more than I was prepared to give, and its strong focus on online play, coupled with the burden of monthly fees, soon put me off. Apparently I wasn't alone either, as Capcom have gone to great lengths in order to rework the gameplay, porting it to the PSP while fleshing out the overall experience.
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Stuntman (PlayStation 2)

Stuntman review (PS2)

Reviewed on December 07, 2005

Reflection crashed onto the gaming scene many years ago with its slick, innovative hit Driver. Years later, Stuntman became Reflection's next attempt at providing gamers with a different kind of 4-wheel entertainment. The buzz about the game was good—let’s face it, taking on the role of a professional stunt driver is a hell of an idea. But like a brail traffic sign, some ideas look so much better on paper.
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Gunstar Heroes (Genesis)

Gunstar Heroes review (GEN)

Reviewed on December 06, 2005

Much has been said about Treasure’s classic Gunstar Heroes. Some claim that it’s a renowned title of a wealthy calibre, while others have criticised it as a direct rip-off from Konami’s famous Contra series. Suggesting such a comment is a rather fair complaint due to the fact that Treasure were actually formed from a minute group of developers who broke off from Konami’s scope to form their own team. However, no matter how you wince and whine about the similarities between the two (which go as f...
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50 Cent: Bulletproof (PlayStation 2)

50 Cent: Bulletproof review (PS2)

Reviewed on December 05, 2005

Instead, Bulletproof plays out to be a poor man's Max Payne. Forget the promises made about our rapping chum carving himself an open path; his destination is set and linear. And dull.
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Magna Carta: Tears of Blood (PlayStation 2)

Magna Carta: Tears of Blood review (PS2)

Reviewed on December 05, 2005

They’re all orphans. They all lost their loved ones to war. They all love brooding about it at the slightest provocation. The only person who doesn’t routinely go into a whine-fest is the panty-stealing pervert of the group, Chris, and even he has his moments. Magna Carta is THE game for Linkin Park-listening, depressed teenager, perfect for the ‘emo’ crowd. Boyfriend left you? Failing in school? Not enough hair gel? One or two cutscenes full of angst-ridden hack writing and life will be worth living again, guaranteed.
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Pushover (Atari ST)

Pushover review (AST)

Reviewed on December 05, 2005

When I first came on this site I wasn't surprised that no one had reviewed this obscure little game. I wasn't even surprised that the Atari ST didn't show up on the list of machines. But that doesn't mean that I liked it.
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Neverwinter Nights (2002) (PC)

Neverwinter Nights (2002) review (PC)

Reviewed on December 04, 2005

A city lies helpless before a virulent plague. Ancient demons rise to walk the lands. Farmers' wives have been kidnapped by giants. The venerable defenders of justice, right, truth, and kittens are powerless in the face of these trials. The solution? A first-level Dungeons and Dragons character!
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Gunstar Heroes (Genesis)

Gunstar Heroes review (GEN)

Reviewed on December 04, 2005

I was never a bully as a child, but when my friends and I played videogames I was seen as the tough one. While they were struggling to defeat a giant squirrel in Donkey Kong Country that does practically nothing I was absolutely dominating run n guns such as Contra: Hard Corps and Mega Turrican. But after they got their hands on Treasure’s Gunstar Heroes their view on the run n gun genre changed. They dug its easiness and simplicity, but failed to realize that it actu...
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X-COM: Terror From the Deep (PC)

X-COM: Terror From the Deep review (PC)

Reviewed on December 04, 2005

This is the difference Terror from the Deep presents. It takes valid threats from Enemy Unknown and overdoses them with huge injections of improved AI, accuracy and toughness. The oppressive alien fleet is back to wipe humanity from the face of the earth -- but this time, they mean business. For returning X-Com fans, that's all you need to know. For the uninitiated, killing a whole new cast of intergalactic terrorists has never been so much fun!
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The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age (GameCube)

The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age review (GCN)

Reviewed on December 03, 2005

Given that I have an almost obsessive love of the fantasy genre, it comes as something of a surprise to my friends that I have never read the Lord of the Rings trilogy in its entirety. In fact, I never read any of it until after I had seen The Fellowship of the Ring (which was all of about a month before The Two Towers hit theatres.) To this day, although I love the movies, I've never managed to plow through all three of the books. It's on my "I'll do it when I have time"...
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Shining Force II (Genesis)

Shining Force II review (GEN)

Reviewed on December 03, 2005

I’ve played a lot of games over the years. There aren’t many that I remember, and an even smaller number goes to the games that are so great I can talk about them strictly by memory. Shining Force 2 is one of those games. Matter of fact it’s the game as far as I'm concerned. I held onto it for almost ten years, played it over twenty times from start to finish and still jones for it more than any other game I’ve lost.
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Dragon Warrior IV (NES)

Dragon Warrior IV review (NES)

Reviewed on December 02, 2005

Against the game’s final bosses, it didn’t take long for me to realize that every move my hero made was crucial. Since my other characters tended not to cast healing spells until someone had one foot in the grave, it was up to me to keep everyone healthy. When a boss raised its defense to a level where even Ragnar and Alena could barely dent its hide, it was my job to magically remove that additional protection.
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Densha de Go! Pocket: Yamanote-Sen-Hen (PSP)

Densha de Go! Pocket: Yamanote-Sen-Hen review (PSP)

Reviewed on November 29, 2005

One of the great things about living in Japan is the number of cute high school girls... another would be the train sims. I know, I know. Like you probably just did a moment ago, there was a time when I scoffed at such ideas as well. On a scale of cool to geek, train watching ranks up there with comb-overs and plaid pants, yet I can most honorably confirm that Densha de GO! Portable is the bomb.
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The Legend of Heroes: A Tear of Vermillion (PSP)

The Legend of Heroes: A Tear of Vermillion review (PSP)

Reviewed on November 28, 2005

Most RPG's would be content with just telling us, "Eimelle loved animals. This forest girl might be her." Legend of Heroes has already given us the background information to understand such a statement. That level of authenticity makes the game more believable and more compelling.
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Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King (PlayStation 2)

Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 28, 2005

I'll be honest with you: I'm a big fan of the Dragon Quest series, often famed for having a rather simple storyline, a "boring" battle system, and graphics that most people can only describe as "shit". In fact, I'm such a big fan that I'm often labeled "fanboy" by a surprising number of people. That being said, it should be no surprise that I was salivating over the screenshots of the eighth entry in the series as I anticipated the North American release.
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Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (PSP)

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories review (PSP)

Reviewed on November 27, 2005

From a purely technical stand point, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories is a smashing success. Rockstar have compromised nothing in bringing their crime epic to the portable front, delivering what has arguably become the PSP's premiere title... but of course, you've played it all before.
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Timeball (TurboGrafx-16)

Timeball review (TG16)

Reviewed on November 25, 2005

Some bad games can be relatively tolerated to a certain extent. Nickelodeon GUTS was pathetic but it was rather funny to make ordinary kids pull off flips that would make any Olympic acrobat cry like a baby. Dark Castle was a stinker and a half but the sheer hilarity of playing as an escaped vegetable gave it an incredibly small sliver of merit. Some bad games can do that and sometime...
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Mortal Kombat: Deception (PlayStation 2)

Mortal Kombat: Deception review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 24, 2005

I have a lot of qualms about recent fighting games. Back in the nineties, they were at the top of the industry. Arcades were littered with teenage kids lined up in front of a machine, pounding out the quarters just to digitally smack around any challenger and I was one of them. I remember how involved I became with them. I stood in line, I bought the hint books and I studied the moves. I paid a lot of money and I spent a lot of time just to be the best at every new, kick ass fighting game that c...
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