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Mario Kart 64 (Nintendo 64)

Mario Kart 64 review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Even straight stretches are an opportunity to pull ahead of the competition, not to mention the winding areas where the game leads you. For example, one level lets you race along a frozen lake and through an ice cavern while penguins come down from the hills. It’s possible to slide into the curve, around columns of ice and birds, all the way through to the other side on a single power slide. Alternatively, you can milk the winding path for two or three turbo boosts.
Mario Party (Nintendo 64)

Mario Party review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Between the mini games, you must traverse a variety of locations that feel as if they were filched from Monopoly. Ovate spaces (primarily red and blue) litter environments that range from lush jungles to sultry islands and even a birthday cake and castle in the sky. Prior to any round of Mario Party, you get to choose your favorite and run with it. The boards aren’t just decorative, either.
Goldeneye 007 (Nintendo 64)

Goldeneye 007 review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

All I can say is that I'm glad Natalya didn't have a larger role in this production, or it might well have been ruined. Another thing I'm thankful for is the multi-player mode. It's both a reason to play the one-player campaign (you can unlock extra arena features) and a game of its own. I've played several first-person shooters since, and I always check out the battle arenas because I love the ones in GoldenEye. But so far, none beat what you'll find here.
Diddy Kong Racing (Nintendo 64)

Diddy Kong Racing review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

There are levels built with each of the three vehicles in mind, and they work marvelously. The hovercraft is my personal favorite. It's fun to whip across a pool of water as a shortcut while your opponents must drive around it. Also, the levels designed specifically with that ride in mind often allow you to go rushing down rivers, avoiding logs and in general having a good, wet time. Many of the levels feel quite different from one another in part because of such deviations from the norm.
Clayfighter 63 1/3 (Nintendo 64)

Clayfighter 63 1/3 review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

So, just how funny are those lines? Well, they're worth a few laughs. For as much as an hour or two, you're likely to find them quite amusing. Then you'll realize you're playing a crappy game and that you can have almost as much fun watching a rerun of Seinfeld. It's hard to listen to Santa's idle threats for very long without tiring of them, and this is true of any character.
Banjo-Kazooie (Nintendo 64)

Banjo-Kazooie review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

There's the usual range of areas, from the beach and snow areas I already mentioned to a swampland, a desert, a forest and even a haunted house (as well as an underwater stage). That may sound like a bad thing if you're one of those who craves originality on all levels, yet each locale's presentation is so flawless that you won't mind wandering through the same 'old hat' one final time.
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX (Game Boy Color)

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX review (GBC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Though the world is massive and intricately-designed (and the dungeons too), there are likely to come several points where you find yourself groaning as you realize you have to make a trip back over most of the map. At such times, the map can seem a shade too sparesely populated by worthy opponents, or the number of rocks and holes you encounter may prove irritating.
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe (Game Boy Color)

Super Mario Bros. Deluxe review (GBC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

I remember when men were men and mushrooms were the villainous scum standing between us and a kiss from the princess. Nintendo’s efforts to reinvigorate the classic with new modes is definitely appreciated, but that shouldn’t make you buy the cartridge. Instead, pick it up if you like the idea of stomping mushrooms on the road. In the end, that’s what it comes down to.
Sonic Adventure (Dreamcast)

Sonic Adventure review (DC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

See, the game isn't just about action stages. Taking a note from Mario, Sega decided to include a central hub that collects levels. This area is populated by people and wide open spaces where nothing is happening. To get from one area to the next, Sonic must traverse the extremely dull hub, and perhaps even solve a few puzzles along the way. Even if he happens to be retrieving some power-up, though, this portion of the game is downright dull.
Advance Wars (Game Boy Advance)

Advance Wars review (GBA)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

What makes the game good is that there are such a wide variety of ways the enemy can screw you over while you are hunting him down. Some maps have snow, which the enemy always finds a more welcome element than you do.
Wave Race: Blue Storm (GameCube)

Wave Race: Blue Storm review (GCN)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

You press buttons and you wonder if you're holding the wrong controller and behind you, somewhere you can't see, there's a drunk controlling things. Your vehicle bounces about, into rocks, against walls...everywhere but where it should be going.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 (GameCube)

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 review (GCN)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

And between every area you can grind, there's a smooth path that lets you manual. That means that, in essence, the only limit to your score is your lack of elite skills. I have a severe lack, there. Fortunately, there's a tutorial.
The Simpsons: Road Rage (GameCube)

The Simpsons: Road Rage review (GCN)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Because The Simpsons Road Rage not only frequently equals Crazy Taxi in terms of playability but sometimes passes it, and because of the well-used Simpsons license, this is one title I have no problem recommending for at least a rental and perhaps even a purchase.
Luigi's Mansion (GameCube)

Luigi's Mansion review (GCN)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

For the most part, you move from one puzzle to another, with little chance of dying in between. Enter a room and a ghost is present, but you have to figure out a way to make it appear long enough to defeat it.
Adventures in the Magic Kingdom (NES)

Adventures in the Magic Kingdom review (NES)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

The end package, then, is a collection of half-arsed experiences that add up to a moderate flop. I say moderate because this is Capcom, a company that seldom if ever has produced pure garbage. But with such a high standard set in their other Disney efforts, a potential consumer has a right to expect a lot more than what this package delivers.
Spiritual Warfare (NES)

Spiritual Warfare review (NES)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

It's all quite cool, but odd in that the setting is contemporary (obviously that would explain the forklifts I mentioned above). Link never visited a bar and got thrown out. Link never went through the junkyard. So even if this is a clone, it covers some new territory.
Spider-Man: The Movie (GameCube)

Spider-Man: The Movie review (GCN)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

There are several other chases, each its own stage. And there are several levels where you wander around a warehouse, several stealth levels... in general, there are about four types of gameplay here, which gives the game a feel that you're playing various connected minigames. That's how it honestly feels. And most of those level styles aren't much fun.

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