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Pyramid (NES)

Pyramid review (NES)

Reviewed on June 24, 2004

Even compared to the rest of AVE's hardly circulated NES library, Pyramid is difficult to find. There's a reason for that. Rarely has a game so blatantly missed its mark, and never before have apparently competent designers shown so much disregard for a blaring, fatal flaw.
Heavy Barrel (NES)

Heavy Barrel review (NES)

Reviewed on June 17, 2004

The overhead run 'n gunner is a genre that never quite came to fruition on the console front. The pioneering Ikari Warriors series, despite having three separate outings, could not overcome the dreadful archetype that defines it. Guerilla War seemed to get everything right, only to turn around and commit an unpardonable sin - players would infinitely re-spawn upon death, so if they wanted a challenge, they would need to imagine their own handicap. Unfortunately, Heavy Barrel...
Elemental Master (Genesis)

Elemental Master review (GEN)

Reviewed on June 10, 2004

The most endearing quality of Elemental Master is apparent before the controller is even touched. It begins with a pitch-black sky against a low lying blanket of fog, tousled only by the sharp hill tops jutting through, as a single, ever-escalating note lends its intensity to the dreary, oppressive scene. Sheet lightning pierces the darkness, exposing a previously unseen thunderhead. The flashing continues, each pulse giving more form to the cirrus structure, until finally, it is revealed...
Street Fighter 2010 (NES)

Street Fighter 2010 review (NES)

Reviewed on June 08, 2004

I'd hate to be a Ken fan. Capcom can wedge new chapters into the Street Fighter timeline all it wants, but there can be no reversing the series' ultimate conclusion. When the subject of best character comes up among enthusiasts, and the Ken crowd starts in with legends of fire-laced uppercuts, the other side has a kill-all in their arsenal; a point of argument so strong that once this bomb has been unloaded, the Ken fans will have no choice but to be quiet. In the future, Ken Masters will sport ...

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