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Streets of Rage 2 (Genesis)

Streets of Rage 2 review (GEN)

Reviewed on August 31, 2003

There has not exactly been a lack of beat-em-up side scroller games released over the years. Despite the dwindling popularity of the classic genre, the SNES and Genesis had a ton of great ones to choose from. One of the better known (and highly rated) ones was a Genesis game called Streets of Rage 2. Almost everyone I talk to makes it seem like an extraordinarily fun beat-em-up game with tons of innovative features.
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Oregon Trail (PC)

Oregon Trail review (PC)

Reviewed on August 31, 2003

There are some games that we played as kids that we'll never forget. Oregon Trail is one of those games for me. What kid who grew up in the 80's/90's hasn't at least seen someone playing this game at school? I spent many a day in elementary school playing this classic. It was educational, but you wouldn't know it, because this game is just SO much fun to play. I seriously had a blast every time when I fired up Oregon Trail, and it's a game that requires brain as well as brawn to win.
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NHL FaceOff '97 (PlayStation)

NHL FaceOff '97 review (PSX)

Reviewed on August 31, 2003

It's always hard for me to justify giving high scores to old sports games -- not talking about classics like Tecmo Super Bowl, of course, but games in a series, like Madden 95, or NBA Live 96. Not because they're not fun, but because the later games in the series are SO much better, and there's no reason to actually play the game in question when there's so many other games in the series to choose from.
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Activision Classic Games (PlayStation)

Activision Classic Games review (PSX)

Reviewed on August 31, 2003

Activision Classics is a great game. There, I got that out of my system. The thing about the game is that it is not just one game. It is many games put into one. In fact, it is 30 of the most classic Activision games ever, put onto one disc for the Sony Playstation. I think this was a great idea that was actually done pretty well. The only main complaint I have was all the loading times that accompained the disc, but those were to be expected. It just felt a little unusual seeing all those loadi...
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Mega Man II (Game Boy)

Mega Man II review (GB)

Reviewed on August 31, 2003

Enough already, Capcom.
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Breath of Fire (Game Boy Advance)

Breath of Fire review (GBA)

Reviewed on August 31, 2003

Breath of Fire was a game released by Squaresoft but produced by Capcom way back in 1992. I should have known something was up right off the bat. The official excuse I keep hearing is that Capcom was too weary of selling a RPG in America, so they licensed the king of all that is RPGing to publish the game. While this makes sense, I have also heard an interesting theory that said Capcom didn't think the game was all that great, and therefore let Square handle it in a last-ditch attempt to sell co...
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Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow (Game Boy Advance)

Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow review (GBA)

Reviewed on August 31, 2003

  I remember when I wanted a sequel to Symphony of the Night. It seems like such a long time ago now, since there have now been THREE Castlevania games on Game Boy Advance, and they've been released in a span of about three years. You may think that the games suffered from a lack of quality due to the quick turnover rate of them, but nothing could be further from the truth.
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Vandal Hearts (PlayStation)

Vandal Hearts review (PSX)

Reviewed on August 30, 2003

While Ogre Battle now receives the credit it deserves, Vandal Hearts has gone ignored by the same audience. It may not offer the immense depth of these previous titles, but it does feature simplified gameplay and a good plot that should endear itself to the Final Fantasy Tactics crowd.
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Beyond the Beyond (PlayStation)

Beyond the Beyond review (PSX)

Reviewed on August 30, 2003

The cold truth is that Beyond the Beyond would suck regardless of when it was released.
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Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne (PC)

Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne review (PC)

Reviewed on August 30, 2003

It’s simple to recommend The Frozen Throne. It lengthens the experience of an already great game, while providing a new style of gameplay and balancing to top it all off. If you enjoyed Warcraft 3: Reign of Chaos, then there’s no question that you will also enjoy The Frozen Throne.
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Xenogears (PlayStation)

Xenogears review (PSX)

Reviewed on August 30, 2003

Being a roleplayer immediately signifies your intelligence over casual gamers, because the ability to read dense text and make simple statistical based decisions requires far more mind power than split second reactions and nerves of steel seen in nearly every other genre.
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Pipe Dream (PC)

Pipe Dream review (PC)

Reviewed on August 30, 2003

While it lacks the elaborate back story of a Mario game (omg savu tha princez??!??!), Pipe Dream provides a solid time wasting experience for those tired of Solitaire and Bejeweled.
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Baseball Mogul Online (PC)

Baseball Mogul Online review (PC)

Reviewed on August 25, 2003

Programmers of baseball management games must make a decision between two paths early in development. The first option is to faithfully reproduce all the nuances of real baseball management - hiring coaches, setting up minor league teams, drafting amateur players, etc. The second option focuses upon the “important” aspects, such as setting major league lineups and pitching rotations, letting a computer AI handle complex decisions.
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Immoral Study - Reiko Shirakawa (PC)

Immoral Study - Reiko Shirakawa review (PC)

Reviewed on August 23, 2003

It’s not easy being a professional pervert/rapist, and if anything Immoral Study #1 isn’t afraid to show us the ups and downs of this rewarding occupation. While not affording much room for advancement, the field attracts its fair share of egotistic weasels. Fortunately, Scoop Software has made a game that exposes the evils of rape and pedophilia and goes directly into the mind of a lecherous twit. Once we’re inside, there’s not much to do.
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True Love (PC)

True Love review (PC)

Reviewed on August 23, 2003

Ah, high school! Four years of my life whittled away sleeping, snorting junk, and doing occasional paperwork. While such an environment might be stifling to your average teenage male’s sexual development, there is the exact opposite problem in Japan. Daisuke, our protagonist, attends an elitist private school, and he faces a rather unique crisis—all the girls he meets are young, foxy, and stacked, with very few exceptions. At the tender age of 18 he’s already been kicked out of his parents’ hous...
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Legends of the Diamond (NES)

Legends of the Diamond review (NES)

Reviewed on August 19, 2003

Hearing old baseball players and analysts like Joe Morgan on television waxing poetically about the “good ole days” of professional baseball and players playing “for the love of the game” and not “multi-million dollar contracts” can warp the distinction between perception and reality. False beliefs, such as teams winning with “clutch” hitting, defense, and determination are held up and idolized by the paid professionals who play and cover the game of baseball. Despite recent hard work by stati...
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Gemfire (NES)

Gemfire review (NES)

Reviewed on August 17, 2003

In any other game, sitting around waiting for a chance to cultivate your fields might not seem all that interesting. But in Gemfire, it can quickly become an obsession. Then you realize you were a moron to plant so much corn because it really didn't do you all that much good after your neighbor stomped all over your farmers with his massive army.
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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Island Thunder (Xbox)

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Island Thunder review (XBX)

Reviewed on August 13, 2003

The end result was that I was skirting this level or that for quite some time, trying to find the path the arrow thought was there, and I never really did. This is a problem that was present in the first game, too, but this time around it seems actually to have grown worse instead of improving as one might expect. Again, I blame this on the more intricate levels.
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Goofy's Hysterical History Tour (Genesis)

Goofy's Hysterical History Tour review (GEN)

Reviewed on August 13, 2003

It's odd how there are sometimes games that were obviously designed for kids, yet they are so difficult it's hard to believe they really are for kids. That's how I felt while playing Goofy's Hysterical History Tour, a game so hard I spent days on the first level, so I don't see a kid playing that, but perhaps that in fact, it's a game for adults hiding behind the Disney facade.
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Rayman 3 (Game Boy Advance)

Rayman 3 review (GBA)

Reviewed on August 12, 2003

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