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Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (PlayStation 2)

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater review (PS2)

Reviewed on January 28, 2005

"There's a saying in the Orient: Loyalty to the end."
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (Game Boy Advance)

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga review (GBA)

Reviewed on September 27, 2004

What comes to mind when someone says "RPG"? Some may think of the good ol' days playing D&D, while others see colorful Final Fantasy worlds with chocobos, airships and enormous weapons. Still, the picture is generally the same: swords, magic and random battles are almost always an integral part of the role-playing genre, right?
Sonic Adventure 2: Battle (GameCube)

Sonic Adventure 2: Battle review (GCN)

Reviewed on September 09, 2004

Sonic was battered and beaten, being featured in lackluster games on a dying platform known to mankind as the Sega Saturn. Although Sega hoped to make a gaming renaissance on the Sega Dreamcast, it was overlooked due to the hype machine known as the Playstation 2. Realizing the blue hedgehog could not gain any popularity on the ill-fated Dreamcast, Sega released some of his games on another tiny platform: the Nintendo GameCube. You're kidding me. The average human being back in 2001 would think ...
Mega Man X4 (PlayStation)

Mega Man X4 review (PSX)

Reviewed on September 04, 2004

If there's one thing gamers know about Capcom, it's that they like to reap the rewards of a successful title. I mean, come on. Six Mega Man games on one console, countless Street Fighter rehashes and a remake of about every single Resident Evil game to exist? Out of those franchises, though, Mega Man has been the most popular. Most gamers have loved to play as the short blue robot, shooting bad guys and fighting for everlasting peace. And its most famous spin-off, the X series, has been j...
Super Mario 64 (Nintendo 64)

Super Mario 64 review (N64)

Reviewed on August 28, 2004

Nothing was new in the Mushroom Kingdom. The friendly Princess Toadstool had invited Mario the Italian plumber to the castle for some cake, and Mario couldn't resist. Eagerly jumping out of the large green pipe, he noticed that the landscape was slightly different--and that he could move in three dimensions. Mario, eager to stretch his legs, decided to jump around a little bit and kill some time. And he certainly did jump, easily leaping higher than the average human could dream of. However, thi...
Final Fantasy VIII (PlayStation)

Final Fantasy VIII review (PSX)

Reviewed on August 27, 2004

The ocean looks calm, as the tide moves inward. Suddenly, the tranquil beach scene transforms into a flower field, as a lonely girl in a blue cape walks across. She holds a golden feather in her hand, which floats up into the sky. Then, a brown-haired young man in a black jacket grips his gunblade by the hilt. Enter Squall Leonhart, a lone wolf at a military school known as ''Garden''. He goes through life routinely, ignoring almost everyone and having numerous struggles with his rival Seifer Al...
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (GameCube)

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker review (GCN)

Reviewed on August 27, 2004

The Legend of Zelda. You've all heard of it, and most of you love it. It's the tale of a boy who, against all odds, fights courageously against the forces of evil to rescue the princess and recover the Triforce. Every Zelda game seems like a masterpiece, from the very first NES game to the stunning A Link to the Past to the legendary Ocarina of Time. But Nintendo, the geniuses behind these games, have been through hell and high water just because the next Zelda game would be...
Pokemon Red (Game Boy)

Pokemon Red review (GB)

Reviewed on August 25, 2004

This game needs no introduction. It started as a little Japanese game, and then became a worldwide phenomenon. Eventually, the games became so popular that even the figurative “guy on the bus” knew the difference between Pikachu and Blastoise. Hell, even the Pope took notice! Unfortunately, the original Red and Blue games have shown their age with the news of GBA remakes, but they still have their joy and nostalgia. Maybe it’s because it’s an innovative RPG with animal catching built in, or beca...
Viewtiful Joe (GameCube)

Viewtiful Joe review (GCN)

Reviewed on August 19, 2004

Ever heard the word "viewtiful" before? Yes, it's not really a word, unless somebody decides to add it to the dictionary. When looking at a few screenshots or videos the first time, it was hard not to think something along these lines:
Mega Man Battle Network (Game Boy Advance)

Mega Man Battle Network review (GBA)

Reviewed on August 19, 2004

Megaman has been in everything. His first games were platformers, but he eventually got himself a fighting game, a 3-D adventure game, and a freaking soccer game. But that wasn't enough for Capcom! In 2001, they created Megaman Battle Network, adding ''RPG'' to the blue bomber's repertoire of genres. What's next, a card battler? (What? They already did that?) Regardless of how many games this guy is in, MMBN is a solid game with a few flaws, but that shouldn't deter an RPG fan look...

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