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Avoid the Noid (Commodore 64)

Avoid the Noid review (C64)

Reviewed on July 11, 2007

Oh gee, the Noid. Certainly a lost character of pop culture such as this would denote a classic and entertaining experience...
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Brothers in Arms DS (DS)

Brothers in Arms DS review (DS)

Reviewed on July 11, 2007

World Wars I and II are events that will forever be etched into the memories of human kind. The calamities tore apart many great nations and brought about a harsh reality to those living in its wake. The brave souls that fought for their countries in countless battle, who went through unimaginable hardships, striving to make ends meet through a combination of strategy, mortar fire and lady luck - thinking about these soldiers, these Brothers in Arms, incites feelings of courage, patriot...
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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter (Xbox 360)

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter review (X360)

Reviewed on July 10, 2007

"Well, what's the difference between a faulty plan and strategy that's getting just as many troops killed?"
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Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (Genesis)

Sonic the Hedgehog 3 review (GEN)

Reviewed on July 10, 2007

After two successful Sonic adventures on the Mega Drive, it was inevitably going to be debatable on how Sega could improve Sonic further in his third outing. Originally planned as being an isometric 3D game (like Sonic 3D), the idea was scrapped for being too radical a change. Nonetheless, Sonic 3 changed some of the ideas of the traditional Sonic approach of high-speed racing through levels with a more cautious approach with plenty of traps and obstacles, whilst introducing various level...
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Space Invaders (Atari 2600)

Space Invaders review (A2600)

Reviewed on July 09, 2007

Most whom stumble upon this review probably don't even know what an arcade is. No no, not those gambling stations full of slot machines, the ones that quickly went out of style in the 80's or early 90's that were chock full of fun video game cabinets. One way the Atari 2600 made a lasting name for itself was by porting many of the best arcade classics to the homes of millions. Hey, maybe that's why arcades began dying off around that time? Just a few of these gems that were made into great home ...
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Elmo in Grouchland (Game Boy Color)

Elmo in Grouchland review (GBC)

Reviewed on July 09, 2007

Of all the insane plots a movie could possible have, one of the most insane is that of 'Elmo in Grouchland'. Elmo, a furry character from the Sesame Street franchise, has dropped his blanket into a bin, that leads to the mystical land of Grouchland. Grouchland is a horrible place built mainly from old garbage and Elmo must trek across fast food wrapper mountains, and plastic bottle forests in order to get his blanket back. Despite the film being a relative flop at the box office, a game was prod...
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Pokemon Play It v2 (PC)

Pokemon Play It v2 review (PC)

Reviewed on July 09, 2007

As you remove your opponent's card from play and place it in his or her discard pile, you feel invincible. You place your hand next to your overturned prize card. Holding your breath, you flip over the card, and it's a Charizard! Now you can evolve your Pokemon and defeat your opponent once and for all!
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Pacific Warriors II: Dogfight (PlayStation 2)

Pacific Warriors II: Dogfight review (PS2)

Reviewed on July 09, 2007

One of the most gruesome battles in World War Two was the battle for the pacific ocean. The Americans and the Japanese fought at sea, and in the air. Pacific Warriors 2: Dogfight allows you to become an aircraft pilot and help your allies take control of the pacific. You can choose between flying for the USA, or for Japan. In each campaign, you must complete missions, which range from simple dogfights in the air, to a controlled bombing of the enemy's airbase runway.
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Pokemon Battle Revolution (Wii)

Pokemon Battle Revolution review (WII)

Reviewed on July 08, 2007

As dusk falls over the city of Poketopia, the streets are abuzz with activity. People of all ages wander through the brightly lit streets, gazing at the all the flashing neon lights, massive balloon floats, and plenty of other distractions. Children are happily guzzling down soda and cotton candy, dragging their parents from one store window to the next. Clean-cut street vendors are wandering around with just about every souvenir possible, be it an “I <3 Pokemon” t-shirt to an assortment of jang...
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The Lord of the Rings: Tactics (PSP)

The Lord of the Rings: Tactics review (PSP)

Reviewed on July 08, 2007

Electronic Arts seem to be exploiting the 'Lord of the Rings' franchise to it's full. However, you may be surprised to hear that the first Lord of the Rings game released for the Playstation Portable is not an action adventure, but a turn based strategy one. You'll be directing your forces throughout many levels to victory and you'll be responsible for the future of Middle Earth.
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Art Alive (Genesis)

Art Alive review (GEN)

Reviewed on July 08, 2007

On almost every gaming platform under the sun, there are a variety of titles that do not really fall under the category of a game. Art Alive is one of these titles. Art Alive is a painting program that allows you to create and draw your own masterpieces. It really is like the Sega version of Microsoft Paint. There's only one problem. For a drawing program, it's not even that good.
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Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends (SNES)

Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends review (SNES)

Reviewed on July 08, 2007

You've all probably heard of Thomas the Tank Engine but just in case you haven't, Thomas is a tank engine who is one of the engines working on the fictional Island of Sodor railway. Along with his friends, he gets up to mischief and is part of many thrilling adventures. In 'Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends' for the SNES, Thomas takes part in a series of mini-games and puzzles.
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Free Running (PlayStation 2)

Free Running review (PS2)

Reviewed on July 08, 2007

As a traceur myself, this game is a little strange for me. I can pick up the controller and do everything that I can do elsewhere on my television. It's a great idea to extend the reach of parkour, or freerunning, to the masses who aren't able to participate themselves. But the game doesn't just teach or show parkour, or even freerunning for that matter. It leaves behind most of the rules and jumps straight up to the jaw dropping stuff we see in the professional media.
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Crimson Tears (PlayStation 2)

Crimson Tears review (PS2)

Reviewed on July 07, 2007

Tokyo has seen better days. Somewhere in urban sprawl of seedy karaoke bars and flocks of gothic lolitas, someone has figured out a way to create virtual reality labyrinths. It’s not like society has any practical use for such scientific advancements; ever since the dimensional-warping technology went haywire, the entire city has been reduced to a desolate concrete wasteland. In fact, the entire planet is now little more than a jumbled mess of shifting dimensional rifts haunted by mutated freaks...
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The Sims (PC)

The Sims review (PC)

Reviewed on July 07, 2007

The Sims is a videogame simulation of something that you experience every day: Real life.
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Geist (GameCube)

Geist review (GCN)

Reviewed on July 07, 2007

It's a shame Geist isn't very good, because I would like to be able to jam pack this review with lame, obvious puns. "It will possess you!"
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Ys Eternal (PC)

Ys Eternal review (PC)

Reviewed on July 07, 2007

Magic.
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Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike (GameCube)

Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike review (GCN)

Reviewed on July 07, 2007

Us reviewers like to exaggerate. Just look at Panzer Dragoon Orta, hailed the world (wide web) over as a grand philosophical statement, or Play magazine's ten page review of Super Mario Sunshine that may as well have called it the second coming. A certain someone on this very website even called that Dead or Alive Volleyball game good. Negative commentary is even worse--I'd know, I've been there myself. It's just too easy to get carried away in one's own hyperbole and say th...
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Blinx: The Time Sweeper (Xbox)

Blinx: The Time Sweeper review (XBX)

Reviewed on July 06, 2007

I find it rather difficult to write a review for Blinx: The Time Sweeper, because many of the words that come to mind in my struggle to write a non-troll review for the game just aren't very acceptable. Crap, trash, rubbish, garbage, sucks, worthless, junk, catastrophic, mess, sludge, grime, feces, pitiful, nightmarish, devilish, disgusting, stupid, moronic, idiotic, dumb, mindless, thoughtless, train wreck, nuclear waste… All of those words scream “troll review,” and thus, let's see if w...
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Space Megaforce (SNES)

Space Megaforce review (SNES)

Reviewed on July 06, 2007

Is Space Megaforce the best space shooter ever made? I don't know. Probably not. As much as I like space shooters, I'm no expert of the genre, and I'm sure that plenty of shooter buffs would argue the point. I can tell you, though, that of all the space shooters I've ever played, Megaforce takes the cake. No doubt about it.
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