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Metal Slug 6 (PlayStation 2)

Metal Slug 6 review (PS2)

Reviewed on December 20, 2007

Metal Slug has had a prominent position in the history of arcade gaming over the last ten years. From Metal Slug 1, which was one of the opening titles for the Neo-Geo arcade hardware, to Metal Slug 5, which was one of the final titles for the dying Geo, Metal Slug has always been associated with the classic arcade feel of having to spend two thirds of your pocket money attempting to finish it. Metal Slug has survived for over ten years and three different owners. First, there was SNK, which mad...
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Ka-blooey (SNES)

Ka-blooey review (SNES)

Reviewed on December 20, 2007

Kablooey is truly something special. Most bad games offer some sort of entertainment, deep down you know that you could be playing a more fun game, but at least you are slightly entertained by simplistic mechanics. In Kablooey, any semblance of entertainment in the game is constantly bogged down by some of the worst design decisions that could be conceived. Most of the aspects of Kablooey are pretty weak on their own, but they all come together in a way that makes Kablooey simultaneously one of ...
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Naruto: Path of the Ninja (DS)

Naruto: Path of the Ninja review (DS)

Reviewed on December 19, 2007

If you are not a Naruto fan, allow me to explain some of the premise behind it: a young hyperactive ninja named Naruto Uzumaki wants to claim the title of Hokage, which would make him the greatest ninja in his village of Konohogakure. In doing so, he becomes part of a three-man rookie squad lead by a jonin, an elite ninja, who go on various missions to earn money for the village’s economy and increase their own skills. One of young Naruto’s first missions brings him face-to-face with a philosoph...
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Tales of Destiny II (PlayStation)

Tales of Destiny II review (PSX)

Reviewed on December 19, 2007

A three disc RPG known in the U.S. as Tales of Eternia. You bet I never heard of this game when it came out in 2001. Anyway, it was out in Japan in 200. That's a good year for an RPG to come out, don't you think? Team Wolf was probably thinking like, "Hey mother****ers, our RPG is comin' out in the friggin year 2000!"
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations (DS)

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations review (DS)

Reviewed on December 18, 2007

Phoenix Wright just can't seem to catch a break. Not even a year after the second game in the fan-favorite lawyer series was released, Wright returns in what is his strongest game yet. The third installment, Phoenix Wright: Trials and Tribulations, is a fantastic conclusion to the trilogy that fans of the series will love.
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Project Gotham Racing 4 (Xbox 360)

Project Gotham Racing 4 review (X360)

Reviewed on December 18, 2007

After a debatably rushed PGR3 Bizarre Creations have pulled out all the stops to ensure that their final title under Microsoft is their greatest. The Project Gotham series has prided itself on being a self styled ‘kudos racer', where how you drive is what sets you apart from your opponents and indeed other racing titles. Promising new innovative features such as weather and motorbikes, it aims to be the true successor PGR2 deserved.
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Picross DS (DS)

Picross DS review (DS)

Reviewed on December 18, 2007

Picross is a surprisingly veteran puzzle series, one that has spanned Nintendo consoles since the days of the Game Boy and SNES, and has now touched down on the DS under the guise of the Touch Generations series for the system. With the uncontrolled explosion of crossword and sudoku titles for the handheld, can Picross provide enough incentive for gamers to pick up, learn and adore yet another puzzle game? Do the DS features give it enough reason for existing fans to invest time and money into a...
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Super Mario Galaxy (Wii)

Super Mario Galaxy review (WII)

Reviewed on December 18, 2007

A Nintendo console just isn't complete without a flagship Mario title. The Wii has had few stunning single player experiences to boast about, and who else to deliver than the king of platforming himself, Sir Mario of Mario? With little surprises in terms of plot, he returns once again in an adventure that is simply out of this world.
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Aeon Flux (PlayStation 2)

Aeon Flux review (PS2)

Reviewed on December 17, 2007

I have studied the histories, and the moral of the Aeon Flux videogame saga is apparently this: There's nothing like the advent of a spin-off film starring Charlize Theron for getting things done when it comes to turning a super-crazy sci-fi animation into a videogame.
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Contra 4 (DS)

Contra 4 review (DS)

Reviewed on December 17, 2007

Contra 4 is probably the hardest game I've ever wanted to review. On one hand, it's incredibly stupid to dock a game points for being too hard - case in point, the infamous case of an IGN staff member that gave God Hand a 3/10 because he set the difficulty too high and the game kicked his ass. Yet, in this case, it's the difficulty that keeps Contra 4 from being anywhere near as good as Contra 3 was.
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Unreal Tournament 3 (PC)

Unreal Tournament 3 review (PC)

Reviewed on December 17, 2007

If there's a genre that 2007 has been kind to, it's the first person shooter. The market has been absolutely flooded with shooters and many of them have been very good, making it that much more difficult for a new game to stand out. Nevertheless, Unreal Tournament III is easily one of the strongest entries in the genre this year, especially for fans of multiplayer shooters.
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Gears of War (Xbox 360)

Gears of War review (X360)

Reviewed on December 16, 2007

In a post-Halo gaming world that lives, breathes and runs on futuristic shooters, you can tell Gears of War has entirely different plans the moment you take first control of main character Marcus Fenix and realize that, in addition to the rare third-person perspective, the game has no aiming reticle.
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Team Fortress 2 (PC)

Team Fortress 2 review (PC)

Reviewed on December 14, 2007

Until recently, Team Fortress 2 was classified as vaporware - software that is hyped up, then never released, ala Duke Nukem Forever. It appeared on every major vaporware list, and was considered a joke to players of Team Fortress: Classic. The rumors that Team Fortress 2 would never exist got to the point where a fan-made TFC clone for the Source engine was made. Then out of nowhere, Valve announced a miracle: Team Fortress 2 would become reality.
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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Game Boy Color)

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone review (GBC)

Reviewed on December 14, 2007

When you first hear the tinny sounding main theme through the Gameboy Colour's speakers, you'll most likely by in no doubt that this is just another cash-in on a popular novel and film. However, once you actually begin your massively large adventure, you'll wonder if this ever was intended just as a tie-in. In fact, unlike most games based on novels and films, this game actually takes the mystical worlds of Diagon Alley and Hogwarts and brings them to life in a way neither the film nor any of th...
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Spyro: Year of the Dragon (PlayStation)

Spyro: Year of the Dragon review (PSX)

Reviewed on December 13, 2007

Alongside Crash Bandicoot, the Spyro the Dragon series sat as the hallmark of PlayStation platforming, this third outing being the last both on PSone and to be developed by Insomniac, before being handed over to other developers with mixed results. The first Spyro game was a solid platformer with a genuine adventure feel and the second outing a year later was a decent follow-up, re-using the basic formula but unfortunately traded off challenge for too many mini-games. The success h...
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Spyro the Dragon (PlayStation)

Spyro the Dragon review (PSX)

Reviewed on December 13, 2007

The Spyro the Dragon series made its debut on the PlayStation in late 1998 and was developed Insomniac games, who previously had developed the then acclaimed Disruptor. Alongside Crash Bandicoot who by this time was on his third outing, Spyro the Dragon went on to become a key PlayStation series before Insomniac moved onto Ratchet and Clank on the PlayStation 2. Since the PSone days the Spyro series has seen mixed results with different developers, ranging from...
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Super Mario Galaxy (Wii)

Super Mario Galaxy review (WII)

Reviewed on December 12, 2007

If there is one game that defines the Wii, Super Mario Galaxy is it. If there's a game that defines a generation, Super Mario Galaxy is one of them. It's that good. This is the best game that Nintendo has created in years, which says a lot, considering their pedigree. Super Mario Galaxy is in essence, a phenomenally fun game that has the ability to make you naturally smile because it's so wonderfully entertaining. Super Mario Galaxy isn't just one of the best platformers ever, but it's also poss...
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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Xbox 360)

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare review (X360)

Reviewed on December 11, 2007

For many, it is difficult to perceive a first-person shooter as nothing more than an opportunity to blow the brains out of some intricately rendered enemy soldiers. But, if the art of videogame lies in giving players agency; in immersing them in an interactive, sometimes visceral, experience, then the humble first-person shooter is capable of so much more. Call of Duty 4, Infinity Ward’s modern take on first person military combat, understands this and hints at new ways of experiencing narrative...
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Ghost Squad (Wii)

Ghost Squad review (WII)

Reviewed on December 10, 2007

It’s quiet. Too quiet. You can hear the water lapping against the lakeshore, and a lone cricket greeting the evening. The sun is setting behind a wall of pine trees. Faced with such serenity, you could almost forget that the place is infested with terrorists. Somewhere inside this lakeside villa, they’re holding the President and others hostage. There will be no negotiations involved here; you’re armed with pistols, rifles, and God knows what else, and you’re going to use every last one of them....
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Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit (PlayStation)

Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit review (PSX)

Reviewed on December 09, 2007

Let’s begin by saying here that Need for Speed Hot Pursuit 3 is for arcade race fans only. NFS does offer a simulation option, but if you wanted that you’d have bought Gran Turismo already. So with that in mind let’s start the review!
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