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The Getaway: High Speed II (Game Boy)

The Getaway: High Speed II review (GB)

Reviewed on February 02, 2005

I like pinball, I think it's an enjoyable genre. Stay on the board for as long as possible and rake up as many points as you can. Yeah, I consider that entertaining. Now, pinball as a video game is a different story; trying to replicate the real deal into the digital form has been hit or miss. Sometimes developers nail it, while other times they fail miserably. Unfortunately, The Getaway: High Speed II falls into the latter category. Add to the fact that someone thought it was a brilliant...
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Resident Evil 4 (GameCube)

Resident Evil 4 review (GCN)

Reviewed on February 02, 2005

Ok, can I just say one thing? Wow. Just... Wow. This game is a lot better than I thought it was going to be, to be completely honest. I mean, there were so many people talking about how this game was going to be so different from the other ones, that it would completely change the series. Well, I don't think it completely changes the series, so yay! Also, I know there were trailers floating around the internet. I have a trailer on my computer that shows what look like shadowy monsters and it tal...
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Ristar (Genesis)

Ristar review (GEN)

Reviewed on February 02, 2005

It never fails. Look at each and every quality videogaming system thatís ever hit the market. They all have had their share of heavily-hyped flops ó those games that were awesome to hear about, but nightmarish to play. But, to balance it all out, occasionally you find a surprise. Buried deep in that systemís library, you dig up a game youíve never heard of before. A game that proves to be one hell of a playing experience. A game like Ristar.
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Altered Beast (Genesis)

Altered Beast review (GEN)

Reviewed on February 02, 2005

Altered Beast is the old and rusty classic that most gamers see as poor nowadays. It was the first game on the Segaís Mega Drive, the classic 16-bit system known better as the Genesis. It was the first of Segaís arcade games to get a port that looked similar to its arcade counterpart. Back then it was quite big but nowadays itís something you can get some cheap thrills out of and play again at a later date.
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Deja Vu: A Nightmare Comes True (NES)

Deja Vu: A Nightmare Comes True review (NES)

Reviewed on February 01, 2005

Wine cellars, back room casinos and more serve to set the plot somewhere just after Prohibition ended. Throw in a few alleys that connect everythingóyou canít just walk boldly down the street when youíre wanted, after allóand you still donít have more than what amounts to perhaps a city street or two. Itís only the secret passages and such that make this quest feel any larger than it is.
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Ape Escape Academy (PSP)

Ape Escape Academy review (PSP)

Reviewed on February 01, 2005

The problem is though, try as they might, monkeys are not very good at imitating other people. Sure, dressing one up in a suit and giving it a cigarette may make us all smile, but its constant ass slapping and habitual masturbation is hardly the definition of quality entertainment. And that becomes an all too fitting caveat made doubly relevant once Piposaru Academia gets underway.
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Phantasy Star Online (Dreamcast)

Phantasy Star Online review (DC)

Reviewed on February 01, 2005

Imagine playing a console game online with a bunch of friends that are named after DBZ characters. Imagine playing a game where you can communicate with just about anybody in the world. Imagine playing a game that is so incredibly addictive, you forget to eat and sleep for a three days straight. Imagine all that, and you find yourself Sonic Team's innovative installment of the old Phantasy Star series called Phantasy Star Online.
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Alien Storm (Genesis)

Alien Storm review (GEN)

Reviewed on February 01, 2005

Alien Storm was released in 1990 and was yet another arcade game by Sega, which joined the ranks along with other arcade classics such as Altered Beast and Golden Axe. This game was released in the arcades and a few home versions for Sega's systems, the Master System and Mega Drive and a not so good port of the game was also dumped on the NES. The 16-bit version was the best of the home conversions and was a nice addition to the growing Mega Drive collection. Unlike most of Sega's arcade games ...
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The Legend of Zelda (NES)

The Legend of Zelda review (NES)

Reviewed on January 31, 2005

Link moves with the elfish grace you might expect from his size. A quick thrust of the sword is enough to vanquish most foes, and when itís not a secondary slash will do (at least, throughout most of the game). All he has to fear is the stream of fireballs Hyruleís mermaid-like monsters launch from various rivers and lakes, as only a magical shield can deflect such attacks. Later, there are some projectiles even that armament wonít defend against.
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Snake Rattle 'N Roll (NES)

Snake Rattle 'N Roll review (NES)

Reviewed on January 31, 2005

To reach the archway you see at the very top, you must zig-zag your way along a series of jumps. You leap forward, grinning because you know you canít possibly miss the landing. And then you do. And again, and again. Many of these jumps arenít straight, either. Some require you to wrap your way around a cliff mid-air. The problem is, itís often hard to tell which move is required.
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Kimi ga Nozomu Eien (PC)

Kimi ga Nozomu Eien review (PC)

Reviewed on January 29, 2005

Kimi ga Nozomu Eien really comes alive in the second half. While the prologue always stuck Takayuki with Haruka, you can match him up with any of seven girls here, although some ó like Haruka's really cute little sister Akane ó are a lot tougher to catch than others.
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Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (PlayStation 2)

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 29, 2005

"There's a saying in the Orient: Loyalty to the end."
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Chaos Legion (PlayStation 2)

Chaos Legion review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 29, 2005

Love. Betrayal. Vengeance. Richly artistic cinematics explore the depths of the human psyche and emotional repression . . . or something. Capcom gives these stylish but laughably-voiced cinematics the treatment they deserve by making them skippable and shoving them between levels so they donít interfere with the action.
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Doom II: Hell on Earth (PC)

Doom II: Hell on Earth review (PC)

Reviewed on January 29, 2005

Doom is probably the only first person shooter that you can never grow tired of. It defined itís genre back in the early 90ís and was possibly the most popular PC game of the time. Doom made FPS games what they are today, without the popularity of this gem back then I truly believe that games like Half-Life and Halo wouldnít have been successful as what they are now. Doom 2 stands out in the crowd as one of the greatest first person shooters available and even today, the classic charm and da...
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ICO (PlayStation 2)

ICO review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 29, 2005

If ICO is one thing, it's underrated.
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T&C 2: Thrilla's Surfari (NES)

T&C 2: Thrilla's Surfari review (NES)

Reviewed on January 27, 2005

If the first few stages are frantic, the ones that follow are downright overwhelming. Soon youíll find yourself weaving down a raging river as hippo heads and rocks threaten to knock you into the soup. Soon youíll find yourself careening wildly through a desert, dodging scorpion venom and snakes and rocks that all conspire to knock you into pits. And those are just the easy parts.
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Wild Arms (PlayStation)

Wild Arms review (PSX)

Reviewed on January 27, 2005

Filgaia wasn't always the sparse, barren landscape you'll now find it to be. Once it was a hospitable and green land, filled with life of all sorts. The worldís desolate dunes were once lush hills, the uninhabitable deserts previously great forests that stretched out serenely into the horizon. Then there was war. Nothing apocalypses up a place more than a good war.
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Final Fantasy Anthology (PlayStation)

Final Fantasy Anthology review (PSX)

Reviewed on January 27, 2005

Being a crazed fanboy can cause people to do stupid things. Take me, for instance. I should really have no reason to own this game. I already play FF6 regularly, and FF5 isn't good enough for me to want to own a copy. But my Playstation was sitting there all lonely and this game was really cheap and, well, here it is. And thus that little urge I get to replay one of my favorite games of all time became irresistible, and I popped the FF6 disk in. Twenty minutes in convinced me that I should...
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Final Fantasy III (SNES)

Final Fantasy III review (SNES)

Reviewed on January 27, 2005

What do you think youíve found, here, in this dying world? - Kefka, FF Anthology
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Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Trouble in Wackyland (NES)

Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Trouble in Wackyland review (NES)

Reviewed on January 27, 2005

In the sequel, it seems a secret admirer has invited you to visit him at the fun house in an amusement park. Before you can get in, though, you must collect tickets from rides. You gain these only by successfully completing the rides. Things still donít seem so bad. Then you try the different attractions and you realize something awful: they all suck.
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