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Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Trouble in Wackyland (NES)

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

Reviewed on January 26, 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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Castlevania: Lament of Innocence (PlayStation 2)

Castlevania: Lament of Innocence review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 26, 2005

There are hidden bosses galore, including The Forgotten One, a boss that has to be seen to be believed. The abominable creature has been locked far, far beneath the castle, hidden down and around swirling castle steps streaked fearfully with the scent of doom--the ultimate embodiment of that which should not be.
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The Flintstones: The Rescue of Dino & Hoppy (NES)

The Flintstones: The Rescue of Dino & Hoppy review (NES)

Reviewed on January 26, 2005

Fortunately, there are plenty of reasons to keep trying, even when you find yourself dying more than you might like. For one, the levels themselves are quite pretty. Sure, they donít boast a lot of polygons or even colors, but the artists rendered them in a quaint style that can cheer you as you travel through them. Dense jungles somehow seem cheerful thanks to vibrant colors. An undersea level oozes charm, as does a distant island resort youíll visit late in the game.
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Final Fantasy III (SNES)

Final Fantasy III review (SNES)

Reviewed on January 26, 2005

Three Imperial soldiers advance upon the mining town of Narshe in search of an ancient being of pure power ó just the thing to help their liege, Emperor Gestahl, solidify his tyrannical hold on the world. Two are mere lackeys of the corrupt ruler, but the third, a young female named Terra, is different. Far greater than her companions, this lady possesses a beauty that far transcends mere appearances. She is destined to help save the world from its corrupting influences ó and it will be beautif...
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OutRun2 (Xbox)

OutRun2 review (XBX)

Reviewed on January 25, 2005

Hey, remember OutRun Europa, Battle OutRun, and *gulps* OutRun 2019?......... Well, AM2 seems to have forgotten them. Or at least they want to forget, which is made more obvious with the latest sequel's title, OutRun2. And who would blame them? I mean, the quality of those previous games ranged from mediocre to just plain sucking balls. So, of course, it's no surprise they want the game to be the followup to the original classic, OutRun. And trust me, af...
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Idols Galore! (PC)

Idols Galore! review (PC)

Reviewed on January 25, 2005

Kuro Miyabi stands at the top of his field. Place him in charge of any enterprise, no matter how anemic, and he'll turn a quick profit. Although he possesses a little skill, his success is not a result of any refined entrepreneurial acumen, but because he's willing to do whatever it takes. Blackmail and intimidation are his methods of choice, but really any scheme will do, the dirtier the better. Kuro is a goon, and damn proud of it.
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Paperboy (NES)

Paperboy review (NES)

Reviewed on January 24, 2005

Of course, there are threats to your little newspaper empire. That cute little dog you see cowering in his home on the front lawn may very well bite you in the butt if you donít toss a paper at just the right moment. And there are rumors that the Grim Reaper himself frequents the neighborhood from time to time. Add runaway lawnmowers, tires, go carts and disillusioned customers of times past and you have the formula for a rather dangerous job.
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Doom II (Game Boy Advance)

Doom II review (GBA)

Reviewed on January 24, 2005

The pillars in front of you open to display a veritable cornucopia of hellspawn, and you are quickly made aware that the ones behind you are doing the same. You are standing in the very centre of a rapidly closing circle of death: imps scream furiously at you as they unload a torrent of fireballs in your direction.
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Captain Skyhawk (NES)

Captain Skyhawk review (NES)

Reviewed on January 24, 2005

To play the game well, youíll have to adapt to the rapidly-changing environment. Glide left past one hill, then quickly rebound to the right as an imposing rock wall threatens to turn your aircraft into a charred stain. The whole time, youíll have to keep an eye on the surface. Alien vehicles fire shots from the ground, star-shaped projectiles that will cause you to burst into flames if you should happen to collide with them.
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Half-Life 2 (PC)

Half-Life 2 review (PC)

Reviewed on January 24, 2005

You know, itís truly a testament to great game design when you beat a game and feel sad that itís over. Sure, I can always go back and play through Half-Life 2 again, and I will. But will it have that same "magic" like it did my first time? That ďwhat are they going to throw at me this timeĒ element of surprise; where I constantly anticipating whatís around that next turn or in that building? I know it will still be awesome, and I'll still love it and all that jazz, but is it possible to ...
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ICO (PlayStation 2)

ICO review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 24, 2005

Ico was born with horns on his head. It may look like heís wearing a helmet, but those two buggers are rooted to the bone. Although such an unfortunate devil-horned child would today undergo scientific study and vivisection, Ico lived in less tolerant times. Local villagers shunned the young boy, believing him cursed; his kin fervently waited for the day he would die. On his twelfth birthday, Ico was carried off by dark horsemen to an enchanting but ominous castle built atop a wave-washed cl...
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Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower (PSP)

Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower review (PSP)

Reviewed on January 23, 2005

Though it may have always been the black sheep of an over-achieving family, if one were to be honest it would be hard to deny the PSP release of Vampire Chronicle some well deserved dues. For yet again Capcom have put together a solid, inspired one on one fighter, imbuing each and every character with a level of personality that simply cannot be beat.
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Time Crisis II (PlayStation 2)

Time Crisis II review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 23, 2005

Time Crisis 2 is a simple game, but sometimes thatís a good thing. Iím a simple man; I donít always want to be bombarded with ridiculous amounts of options, puzzles, menus, and storylines that canít be skipped. Sometimes, I just want to shoot first, ask questions later, like Vin Diesel does in many of his films. Sadly, there are few options out there for people like me, but Namco steps up to the plate and delivers with their lightgun titles, including Time Crisis 2. When youíre han...
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Mega Man X8 (PlayStation 2)

Mega Man X8 review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 22, 2005

You see, not every stage takes place with you watching from the sidelines. Sometimes, youíll get an over-the-shoulder perspective. However, this is perfectly acceptable for two reasons. Firstly, only two areas make this deviation. And secondly, those stages are actually quite enjoyable!
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Resident Evil 4 (GameCube)

Resident Evil 4 review (GCN)

Reviewed on January 22, 2005

Maybe things wouldíve been better if he stayed home.
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Half-Life: Firearms (PC)

Half-Life: Firearms review (PC)

Reviewed on January 20, 2005

Maybe Iím just skeptical by nature. Or perhaps the community outlook for user-made modifications is overly optimistic. Itís important to keep in mind that user-made modifications Ė and this goes for any game, not just Half-Life Ė are made by amateurs, and their chances of being even remotely worthwhile are abysmally low. The general attitude seems to be: ďWell, itís a new game, and itís totally free! How can you possibly go wrong?Ē Yet time and time again, a new modification is released which pr...
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Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution (PlayStation 2)

Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 20, 2005

If you have even a passing interest in fighting games, chances are youíve played, or at least heard of Segaís Virtua Fighter series. As fantastic this latest installment is, Virtua Fighter 4: Evolutionís depth and steep learning curve severely limits its appeal to a very select group of gamers. Only long-time Virtua Fighter fans, hardcore gamers, or anyone with the perseverance and time that Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution demands will truly enjoy it for all itís worth.
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Space Megaforce (SNES)

Space Megaforce review (SNES)

Reviewed on January 20, 2005

With foreboding music playing in the background, the Earth is exhibited at a technological pinnacle with the blue-and-green planetís nations united in one single coalition. Copilots Ti and Razu of the Earth Defense Force currently lack a diversion from the monotony of their military duties Ė but theyíre about to get one. Cue extraterrestrial space vehicles coming in from the celestial above, their only intent complete and merciless destruction. Mother Earth sends out her offspring to stop this b...
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Super Smash Bros. Melee (GameCube)

Super Smash Bros. Melee review (GCN)

Reviewed on January 20, 2005

Nintendo decided to take a trip down memory lane again. After the success of Super Smash bros on the N64, they probably thought it would be a good idea to revamp that popular game on the big Nís new (at the time) creation. After gathering the key stars and grouping them together for the first encounter, Nintendo decided to go even further into their library of forgotten and not so forgotten classics. The N64 version provided the player with a substandard cast of fighters, focusing on the true ...
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Ys (NES)

Ys review (NES)

Reviewed on January 20, 2005

Growing up, I never played Ys on my Nintendo Entertainment System.
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