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Kirby: Canvas Curse (DS)

Kirby: Canvas Curse review (DS)

Reviewed on April 19, 2005

If you had asked me 12 months ago what I thought of Nintendo's Kirby, chances are I would have compared the little guy to an ill-formed testicle before slapping you across the back of the head. Ask me again today however and I'll happily explain how his touch screen debut is one of the most inventive, 2D action games around.
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Joe & Mac (SNES)

Joe & Mac review (SNES)

Reviewed on April 19, 2005

Besides the fact that Joe and Mac toss weapons as if their arms are made of string cheese, there’s the matter of narrow platforms. Most of these are saved for the end of the game, in the last level or two. It’s easy to spend a few lives just trying to make it across a chasm, thanks to the tendency your chosen caveman has to pass through ledges because of faulty hit detection. Even when you don’t have to worry about instant death from such matters, you have to remember that you move slowly and compensate for it.
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Taz-Mania (Sega Master System)

Taz-Mania review (SMS)

Reviewed on April 18, 2005

That dizzyingly hyper Taz is hungry once more. Of course, anyone familiar with that cooky freak knows that when Taz's stomach rumbles, he needs something fast to go yummy in his tummy. This time, Taz disembarks to the Lost Valley; a hidden gulch bearing numerous treats that he is just dying to get his hands on.
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Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening (PlayStation 2)

Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening review (PS2)

Reviewed on April 18, 2005

When I think of sexy, the first thing that comes to mind is a lovely young woman. But when it comes to games I think “Devil May Cry 3.” The wait is finally over, and Capcom finally did things right. Anything and everything that went wrong with Dante's second outing has been fixed. There are all sorts of changes and some new features to make this game perfect.
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El Viento (Genesis)

El Viento review (GEN)

Reviewed on April 18, 2005

When Annet leaps into the air to avoid gangsters' bullets, she lets her bare arms fly loose, ribbons from her hair and waist flowing with the wind as her skirt lifts ever so slightly in the breeze. After falling back down, Annet's slender legs buckle to absorb the impact. That microscopic attention to detail is part of Wolf Team's genius, and Annet's been giving lovesick gamers a cruel jones for close to 15 years now.
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Viewtiful Joe (GameCube)

Viewtiful Joe review (GCN)

Reviewed on April 18, 2005

Viewtiful Joe failed to live up to its hype. I read a ton of magazine reviews on the game and I found scores of 90% and over. I checked GameFAQS (hardly the most trustworthy of places to go to for review scores) and found that amongst the fan boy trash lay reviews from quality authors giving it the thumbs up. The cover of the box had a sticker saying 93% on it, it must be something special. Unfortunately, Viewtiful Joe is nothing more than a problematic, repetitive and boring game that fills...
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Elemental Master (Genesis)

Elemental Master review (GEN)

Reviewed on April 16, 2005

While running between cliff walls, you have to watch out for the punks on either side that are trying to roll boulders on your head. But then a gust picks up, creating a wind tunnel within the canyon — so now you've got to fight not only the boulder-bums and spitting plants, but you've got to fight the wind at your back as well!
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Kirby Super Star (SNES)

Kirby Super Star review (SNES)

Reviewed on April 15, 2005

If the only part of Kirby Super Star that I’d played was the “Milky Way Wishes” adventure, I’d be slapping a “10” on this SNES compilation cart so fast it’d make your head spin!
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Kuri Kinton (Arcade)

Kuri Kinton review (ARC)

Reviewed on April 14, 2005

Kuri Kinton is a rather dull arcade platform game that’s best left alone. Age has stripped anything that hinted at being “fun” and the amount of rip offs from Dragon Ball are pretty unforgivable. Taito not only crafted a character that looked remarkably like Yamcha, about a close a rip-off as you can get without being sued. It throws this clone into a boring, repetitive and difficult platform game that has been left to rot in the arcade outcast pit with Oh My God! and Athena.
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Strip Fighter II (TurboGrafx-16)

Strip Fighter II review (TG16)

Reviewed on April 13, 2005

You won’t even want to beat it.
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Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes (GameCube)

Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes review (GCN)

Reviewed on April 13, 2005

Konami took two key ingredients to create a masterpiece. The classic Metal Gear Solid was easily the best game on the Playstation and it’s popularity was so immense that Konami decided to re-release the classic on new 128-bit software. The second part of the mix was the style and new methods introduced in Metal Gear Solid’s sequel, the sub-standard Sons of Liberty. This one was loaded with new control mechanisms and new features which enhanced the gameplay a lot. It also had breathtaking graphic...
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Bleach: Heat the Soul (PSP)

Bleach: Heat the Soul review (PSP)

Reviewed on April 12, 2005

Still oddly enough, Bleach: Heat the Soul manages to entertain. The action while hardly technical is enjoyable for what it is, proving that style over substance can, from time to time, be quite rewarding. You won't find the depth of gameplay that other 3D fighters are so proud of, nor will you want to indulge in its limited delights for an extended period of time. What you will do however is have a short term blast with a genre that's yet to receive a true, PSP makeover.
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The Thing (Xbox)

The Thing review (XBX)

Reviewed on April 10, 2005

Throughout the game, Blake will recruit, lose, and reacquire soldiers of the three differing flavours that all need to be managed. And manage them you must; in an obviously hostile environment, newly discovered troops will not always happily trust you right off the bat.
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Ys: The Ark of Napishtim (PlayStation 2)

Ys: The Ark of Napishtim review (PS2)

Reviewed on April 10, 2005

Now here's something you don't see every day. With so many developers trying desperately to craft the next new thing, there has been a heinous drought in the world of nostalgia. I surely am not protesting the integration of new ideas, but it is sometimes refreshing and maybe even a little therapeutic to be treated to a modern game that is heavily influenced by the past. Few developers even attempt such a thing anymore, and the ones that do come up short all too often. Fortunately for us old ...
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WWF WrestleFest (Arcade)

WWF WrestleFest review (ARC)

Reviewed on April 10, 2005

The Back Then
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Mega Man Anniversary Collection (Xbox)

Mega Man Anniversary Collection review (XBX)

Reviewed on April 09, 2005

C'mon, you know you wanted this, to have all these classic Mega Man titles on one disc instead of having to go through the series on multiple consoles. And it would be an even bigger nuisance if you're just now going through the trouble of buying a bunch of used and dirty cartridges. Sure, Xbox owners are getting the compilation nine months after the PS2 and GC releases, but for just twenty-dollars, Mega Man Anniversary Collection is a great bargain title.
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Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES)

Super Mario Bros. 3 review (NES)

Reviewed on April 09, 2005

Super Mario Bros 3 reverts back to the classic Mario formula, unlike the SMB2 disappointment. Instead of riding on the heads of enemies and picking vegetables, gamers were rewarded with a block busting, fire throwing and flying (that’s a new power) Mario. It took the basic style that SMB’s produced and worked on that, adding a new level selection, new power ups and a brand new mission for our podgy plumber.
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StarCraft (PC)

StarCraft review (PC)

Reviewed on April 09, 2005

With video games being released almost on a daily basis, it’s hard to keep up in the competition. If you want to make a bang, you have to do it NOW, and never look back. Unfortunately, the suicide bomb explosion is naturally stronger on a console; PC games are rarely talked about frequently ages after they’re released. Sure, there’s the occasional Half-Life, but come now; how often do you talk about games such as Neverwinter Nights or Doom, or even well-known titles i...
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Curse (Genesis)

Curse review (GEN)

Reviewed on April 09, 2005

If you take a very positive attitude into Micronet Megadrive shooter Curse, you just might find yourself in the midst of a pretty good experience. For being released by one of those unknown companies, Curse is a decent shooter with some fast action.
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Super Mario Bros. (NES)

Super Mario Bros. review (NES)

Reviewed on April 09, 2005

Super Mario Bros laid the path for platform genre; you could play any platform game that was released after it and pick out the features that SMB defined. The collecting of one hundred objects to gain an extra life, jumping on the heads of enemies and powering your character up were all taken from this NES classic. It wasn’t Mario’s first appearance in the gaming world. He had hit fame with two other arcade oldies known as Donkey Kong and Mario Bros. It was only at the release of Super Mario ...
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