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Shadow: War of Succession (3DO)

Shadow: War of Succession review (3DO)

Reviewed on October 30, 2017

Possibly the worst game made for the 3DO.
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Escape from Monster Manor (3DO)

Escape from Monster Manor review (3DO)

Reviewed on November 23, 2016

Don't be tricked by EA's illusion of a good FPS!
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D (3DO)

D review (3DO)

Reviewed on August 21, 2012

Tonight I bring you a review I had hoped never to write. I like to play my games before I pen something about them, but D left me with no such option. I don’t mean to imply that I watched a trailer or read the blurb on the back of the box in lieu of getting my hands dirty with what D has to offer, but the truth in the matter is that no one has ever genuinely played this game. Not even Kenji Eno, whose name blankets the end credits as lead producer, writer, and music composer!
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Super Street Fighter II Turbo (3DO)

Super Street Fighter II Turbo review (3DO)

Reviewed on December 13, 2003

Panasonic should thank their lucky stars (well, not so lucky) that Capcom allowed their favourite sons, Ken and Ryu to play on the 3DO's abandoned, decrepit property. Super Street Fighter II Turbo (SSFIIT) remains one of the few bright spots in the dark annals of the now defunct system's lifespan. Unless you absolutely abhor one on one fighting contests, this game is a must have for the 3DO owner.
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Out of This World (3DO)

Out of This World review (3DO)

Reviewed on December 13, 2003

Imagine being in another world, totally different than this Earth - blue and purple-shadowed, otherworldly and brimming with sudden violence. Anthropoid beasts brood in black uniforms, walking the sunless earth, their faces telling of the grey atmosphere with matted, chalky complexions. Black as death are the animals they keep, resembling bulls, charging about when not kept in check. Lasers crisscross your panorama from the weapons of their two-legged masters, while their proud stone edifices and buildings push up from the ground like crooked fingers.
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