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The Matrix: Path of Neo (PlayStation 2)

The Matrix: Path of Neo review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 11, 2005

The Matrix: Path of Neo
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Wolfenstein 3D (SNES)

Wolfenstein 3D review (SNES)

Reviewed on November 10, 2005

I didn’t fight monstrous demons in Wolfenstein 3D. Instead, I was confronted by soldiers dressed in tan, blue and white. Scattered through the castles and fortresses also are a few hordes of mutated rats and zombified soldiers. With the exception of the bosses, every foe in this game is the equal of Doom’s early-game cannon fodder.
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Alias (PlayStation 2)

Alias review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 10, 2005

A few days ago, I reviewed Final Fantasy X-2, a game I had high expectations for, but ended up sorely disappointing me. Fortunately, there are games out there that manage to not only live up to expectations, but completely blow me away when I least expect it. While these games are not as common as they used to be (I can name dozens of NES games I expected nothing out of and ended up enjoying tremendously), it is still a treat to buy a game not knowing exactly what to expect, yet coming away impr...
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Spyro: Shadow Legacy (DS)

Spyro: Shadow Legacy review (DS)

Reviewed on November 10, 2005

It's so easy to take back a dead franchise and to make a game out of it, considering you know it's going to sell well if it once was a successful series, but it's harder to bring back to life a dead franchise. Spyro had its days of shame, but we all know his success died the day other companies got their hands on the license. None we able to recreate Spyro's universe like it once was. The last attempt at resurrecting Spyro is Amaze Entertainment's, but if anything, they only knocked him back int...
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Shadow of the Colossus (PlayStation 2)

Shadow of the Colossus review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 10, 2005

Shadow of the Colossus was hyped to be a completely original experience of gaming. It pits a man against a large array of gigantic monsters called Colossus. It was also said to boast an amazing design in the arts department. Upon completion however, very few of the promised positive aspects were delivered in an effective way. Instead, what we got, was an absolutely huge land, with no enemies or action whatsoever in it, and a boss rush mode.
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Metroid (NES)

Metroid review (NES)

Reviewed on November 10, 2005

In Zelda, this was no big deal, as you’d simply stroll to the nearest fairy pond and get a free recharge. Here, you have to find a room with a plentiful number of weak foes and regain your strength in increments of five points (20, if you’re lucky). Once again, it’s not a pretty scene.
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No One Lives Forever (PC)

No One Lives Forever review (PC)

Reviewed on November 09, 2005

I remember reading through all the early coverage for No One Lives Forever and thinking to myself that the game looked absolutely moronic. The colors were bright and vibrant, with orange and white latex replacing traditional Marine uniforms and space suits, and, worst of all; it was a first-person shooter that starred a girl, which was completely shocking! Instead of being dark, foreboding, and filled with evil minions under the control of Satan or a similar evil-doer, the levels were ins...
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Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse (Xbox)

Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse review (XBX)

Reviewed on November 09, 2005

If you can stand the notion of devouring brains, watching your victims rise from the ground and stumble about at your will is quite enjoyable. A kid with the baseball bat soon joins your team, and you can whistle to make him shamble over to you, or just leave him to expand your army the best he can.
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We Love Katamari (PlayStation 2)

We Love Katamari review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 09, 2005

We Love Katamari is as guilty as a pleasure gets. Never has rolling up a ball of mass destruction been so undeniably fun. Who would have thought picking up chickens, PE teachers, and ice cream sandwiches with a sticky sphere would be so addictive? Even The King of All Cosmos doesn't get it. But with fans of Katamari Damacy screaming for more, how can he not bask in his newfound stardom? Thus he commands his tiny, neon-green prince back to Earth to amass katamaris to please his ador...
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Soulcalibur III (PlayStation 2)

Soulcalibur III review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 08, 2005

Then, as your fighters battle across courtyards surrounded by gurgling fountains alive with plant life, or along the deck of a ship while flaming arrows plunge toward the water and other ships in the distance, the magic takes hold. Everything is beautiful, from the misty waterfalls with their shimmering rainbows in Talim’s stage, to the comets that streak across the skyline while you battle through an inferno.
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Serious Sam II (PC)

Serious Sam II review (PC)

Reviewed on November 08, 2005

Muscular, axe-chucking barbarians twice the height of poor Sam... zombified businessmen with shotguns... football-outfitted dinosaurs that sport manly tackles and downright explosive passes... and they'll all be attacking you by the dozen!
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Def Jam: Fight for NY (PlayStation 2)

Def Jam: Fight for NY review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 07, 2005

You might not like it, you might not admit it…but humans love pain. Love to watch it, love to inflict it, some even love to take it.
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Cold War (Xbox)

Cold War review (XBX)

Reviewed on November 07, 2005

The line between reality and fantasy blur, the seams come apart, and some small, childish part of your mind actually believes that you’re in real danger, actually thinks that real death might be around the corner.
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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi (PlayStation 2)

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 07, 2005

As a Dragon Ball fan, I’m used to disappointment. I was disappointed that the first Budokai game was rather poor. I was disappointed with the crap anime with its childish themes and its horrible voice acting and I was even disappointed with those pathetically dubbed movies that they released over here; if you ask me that’s a hell of a lot of disappointment. However, the release of Budokai 2 for the ‘cube destroyed the majority of the after taste of that disappointment. I didn’t even...
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Jade Empire (Xbox)

Jade Empire review (XBX)

Reviewed on November 07, 2005

Bioware gained fame with games like Baldur's Gate and Neverwinter Nights. These games deliver a roleplaying experience much different from console style RPGs, such as Final Fantasy. However, games like Jade Empire seemingly create a third pillar of RPGs. Games like Neverwinter Nights on the surface, looked like an open ended action game. However in combat, you quickly realize how it is a very crudely hidden turnbased system. Jade Empire, on the other hand, while holding all the best aspects of a...
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Super Princess Peach (DS)

Super Princess Peach review (DS)

Reviewed on November 06, 2005

It's taken almost 160 years of women's suffrage for video games to arrive at this moment in time. Princess Peach, perhaps the most insufferably vague ditz ever to grace the Mushroom Kingdom has finally been empowered, and with her parasol in tow, she's looking to set a new benchmark in 2D, action gaming.
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Doom (Game Boy Advance)

Doom review (GBA)

Reviewed on November 06, 2005

More secret doors have slide upon, but this time they have done so on floor levels. From one of these doors comes a swarm of Lost Souls, pesky flying skulls that swoop towards you with unpure intentions. From the other comes a stampede of Bull Demons, physically dominating beasts that see you as nothing more than snack sized. These new threats surge towards you with impossible speed, biting and tearing chunks out of your life. It's then you start to realise that you probably won't make it out alive.
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Disruptor (PlayStation)

Disruptor review (PSX)

Reviewed on November 05, 2005

Instead, level your Phase Repeater -- a rapid-fire, tri-barrelled instrument of piercing death -- at them. It emits an unstoppable wave of laser fire which cuts your robot aggressors down with little troubles. The lone survivor of your onslaught will cock his shotgun once more to try and avenge his fallen brethren, but you've already cut him clean in half with your Plasma Lance.
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The Operative: No One Lives Forever (PlayStation 2)

The Operative: No One Lives Forever review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 05, 2005

I've slowly come to the realization that everything deserves a second chance. Cheaters, liars, thieves and even sardonic FPS like No One Lives Forever. Bringing out the lighter side of a very violent genre this game is a complete 180 from anything else. You may scoff at the obvious attempt to break precedence but after years and years of demon hunting and Nazi blasting I think it's a welcome change.
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Gradius Galaxies (Game Boy Advance)

Gradius Galaxies review (GBA)

Reviewed on November 04, 2005

So, what did Konami do to ramp up the difficulty? If you answered, “Throw in a few obstacle course sections WHILE botching up your ship’s hit detection ever-so-slightly!” you get full credit. I, on the other hand, received nothing but frustration from the mass number of cheap deaths inflicted on me.
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