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Battlefield 2: Modern Combat (PlayStation 2)

Battlefield 2: Modern Combat review (PS2)

Reviewed on April 08, 2006

An explosion rings in your ears, and the flaming shell of a light assault vehicle is catapulted into the air. Rounds of suppressing fire spark off everywhere. It is war. A few milliseconds later you are in control of a rocket-toting engineer. You fire off a rocketÖ Suddenly, you are in control of a tank. Advancing through the burning rubble, you rotate the cannon and fire at a shroud of advancing enemiesÖ Another explosion and you are in control of a sniper, high above the battle. A few of the o...
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Rumble Roses XX (Xbox 360)

Rumble Roses XX review (X360)

Reviewed on April 08, 2006

Rumble Roses XX is not one of those games that uses visual flair to mask a complex game engine underneath. The graphics are an integral part of why the product works. Some people will hate that, but I honestly didnít. Itís just one more thing that adds to this gameís appeal. Anyone can start grappling, dropkicking and bouncing off the ropes within a matter of minutes. Itís easy to pick up and play.
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Metroid Prime Pinball (DS)

Metroid Prime Pinball review (DS)

Reviewed on April 06, 2006

The amalgamation of genres so inherently different usually elicits a three-letter internet acronym from many a videogamer that begins with a "W" and ends with an "F". This is precisely the reception that Metroid Prime: Pinball got when it was announced, not only because Nintendo rolled up a first person adventure into a tiny pinball, but also because - well - "...it's just a pinball game." Further, because developer Fuse Games was also responsible for the utterly mundane Mario Pinball land, it a...
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Advance Wars: Dual Strike (DS)

Advance Wars: Dual Strike review (DS)

Reviewed on April 06, 2006

Advance Wars: DS' gameplay is identical to its predecessors', which can only be a good thing. Like Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising, and the original before it, Dual Strike utilizes a rock-paper-scissors mechanic that balances simplicity and depth beautifully. On paper, it doesn't seem like much. You'll take turns with your opponent deploying units from friendly bases, capturing neutral and hostile properties, and attacking units until you either destroy all of your enemy's forces or capture th...
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The Outfit (Xbox 360)

The Outfit review (X360)

Reviewed on April 06, 2006

The Outfit is definitely an energetic WWII title (and it's not a FPS for a change *gasps*), getting things into gear the moment you begin the first mission. As you walk around your supposedly safe base, still getting accustomed to the controls of one of the three main characters you chose (each having a different main and secondary weapon), a bunch of Nazis drop down from the sky trying to ruin your shit. You can easily take them out yourself, because you're obviously a manly man (or.... ...
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Suikoden III (PlayStation 2)

Suikoden III review (PS2)

Reviewed on April 06, 2006

Minor battles are boring and tedious ó winding up as nothing more than bland interludes between plot points. One minute, Iíd be watching treaties get broken and villages get torched ó the next, Iíd be battling bunnies, spiders and beetles. And this goes on for the entire game. Suikoden IIIís story was so vast and enthralling to me that the gameís random battles seemed more of a nuisance than a necessity.
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Polarium (DS)

Polarium review (DS)

Reviewed on April 06, 2006

"It will be the next [anything]" is a claim thrown around far too often. It happens in sports, music and Hollywood. Unsurprisingly, such claims also permeate the videogame realm, and perhaps to even a greater extent than they do the aforementioned sectors of entertainment. Titles claiming to be a "Halo killer" or the next "Grand Theft Auto" should be approached like Miss Cleo - with much skepticism.
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God of War (PlayStation 2)

God of War review (PS2)

Reviewed on April 05, 2006

I put off buying God of War for a year. Despite people raving about it and critics praising it, I chose to spend my hard earned money on games like Kingdom Hearts and Shining Tears. Which makes me wonder if Iím crazy. I almost passed this gem up for Donald Duck and cartoon graphics?
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Ridge Racer 6 (Xbox 360)

Ridge Racer 6 review (X360)

Reviewed on April 05, 2006

God, Ridge Racer 6 is so boring.
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Enchanted Arms (Xbox 360)

Enchanted Arms review (X360)

Reviewed on April 05, 2006

Once known as the Japanese RPG with an odd name, From Software's latest is both an outstanding success, and a bitter disappointment. It's the type of game that screams for more development time, caught as it is in a vapid middle ground, languishing somewhere between "could have been" and "almost was".
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MVP 06 NCAA Baseball (PlayStation 2)

MVP 06 NCAA Baseball review (PS2)

Reviewed on April 04, 2006

After drawing the publicís ire for (allegedly) pushing employees to the grindstone and (definitely) monopolizing the NFL license, EA received a bit of comeuppance when Take-Two Interactive snagged the mostly exclusive rights to produce Major League Baseball video games. But rather than allowing their superb MVP engine to lay dormant, those fine Electronic Artists turned around and produced a novelty Ė the first ever college baseball game.
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Raiden Trad (Genesis)

Raiden Trad review (GEN)

Reviewed on April 04, 2006

Raiden was never a great game. Hell, Raiden was never even a good game, period. The game doesn't even try to be original; its most remarkable feature is just how unremarkable it is. Hey, it's yet another vertically-scrolling shooter, but this time you can...err...
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24: The Game (PlayStation 2)

24: The Game review (PS2)

Reviewed on April 04, 2006

From behind the couch, one last gangster lunged at me with his arms swinging. I pulled the trigger out of pure instinct. The slug tore into his chest, and sent him reeling back through the cheap plaster wall.
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RF Online (PC)

RF Online review (PC)

Reviewed on April 04, 2006

I have to say that Iím inherently biased towards most games that have Transformers in them. RF Online (Rising Force Online) does not have actual Transformers in it, but it does have a race called the Accretian Empire that do look a little like Transformers. So of course, when I got the game I decided to play as them. The Transformers are pissed off at everyone because their home planet is out of resources. Theyíve tried to go out and get more, but the compassionless peoples of the Holy Al...
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Shining Tears (PlayStation 2)

Shining Tears review (PS2)

Reviewed on April 03, 2006

I've never been much of a fan of the Shining Series. I was playing games like Final Fantasy II and III while other kids, I'm led to believe, were playing Shining Force I and II. Admittedly, I owned a Genesis before I owned a Super Nintendo, but the Super Nintendo was just better, and it knew it. It was stylish and confident, like a quiet, attractive girl who reads books written by smart people and listens to classical music. The Genesis, on the contrary, was that chic who hung onto the outer...
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Mario Kart DS (DS)

Mario Kart DS review (DS)

Reviewed on April 03, 2006

Iíll spare you the traditional lectures at the beginning of reviews for Mario games. Iím not going to go on about how Nintendo just loves shoving the little red plumber into every genre ever created (coming soon: Mario Tournament 2007) and Iím certainly not going to question or even call attention to the fact that Nintendo loves to take the same game and release it over and over again for every system. Youíve heard it all before and youíre probably sicker of it than I am. So, I won...
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Tetris DS (DS)

Tetris DS review (DS)

Reviewed on April 02, 2006

There can never be too much said about the quality found within the hallowed halls of the Tetris franchise. Whether you look at it as simplistic, yet forceful or charmingly intricate, the seriesí undeniably splendid gameplay and enduring replay value is a benchmark for all future puzzlers. With Tetris DS, the concept is simple enough: present a game that manages to utilize some of the DSí functions, add a bevy of game modes, and keep the same vintage gameplay in tact; suffice to say that Tetri...
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The Outfit (Xbox 360)

The Outfit review (X360)

Reviewed on April 02, 2006

The reason itís not cool is that it doesnít much feel like youíre destroying anything! When you blow up an enemy tank, thereís a bit of a boom and the vehicle becomes scrap metal. When you drive over a tent, itís less satisfying than bursting a bubble on sheet of packing material. It sort of just folds underneath you.
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Table Tennis (Odyssey)

Table Tennis review (ODY)

Reviewed on April 02, 2006

For anyone who doesn't know about the "Pong" craze from the '70s, it was literally a zeitgeist that sweeped the nation. The Christmas of 1975 made "Pong" a household name with the sale of the Sears/Atari home "Pong" consoles. These hooked into the television inputs, and play was done directly from the console itself by two or more players. Numerous versions of "Pong" were released from multiple distributors after that initial success. It was a true phenomenon that led Atari to develop what we no...
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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Atari 2600)

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre review (A2600)

Reviewed on April 02, 2006

I will just come out and say it. I HATED the story behind the horror movie "Texas Chainsaw Massacre". I found it detestable in every sense that the word can express. It is, to put it mildly, absolute, pure, in-your-face, unapologetic death and disregard for human life. I watched it, almost by accident, the first time with the sound off. I was on the phone with a friend, and it was right there, on the screen. I was doing my best to keep up my conversation with my friend without hinting to her ver...
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