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Super Mario 64 DS (DS)

Super Mario 64 DS review (DS)

Reviewed on February 26, 2005

The idolization of Mario throughout history has opened many eyes to the world of gaming. Side scrolling platformers were what started it all, but an interesting side note will show you the wild success that Mario's first venture in the realm of 3-D brought. With a constant camera rolling around Mario, it brought forth new ways to flesh out the franchise that already had deep roots. Learning from their past mistakes, Nintendo launched their new handheld, the Nintendo Ds, with an expansion of one ...
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Brutal: Paws of Fury (Sega CD)

Brutal: Paws of Fury review (SCD)

Reviewed on February 26, 2005

When a game is released on three different systems and you own all three systems it can be a small chore deciding what system to get which game on. With Brutal, a 2-D fighting game from the 16-bit days, I had a choice of three versions, the Genesis, the SNES and the Sega CD. If Brutal were a movie then the Sega CD would be the DVD version, the Genesis would be the cheap VHS version and the SNES would be the camcorder in the back seat of the cinema version. While the SNES reformed the game entire...
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Tottemo Pheromone (PC)

Tottemo Pheromone review (PC)

Reviewed on February 25, 2005

In the past, companies that chose to localize bishoujo games have experienced tragically short lives. Not only does this result in times where fans must survive through periods with a paucity of new releases, it means that series of games frequently fall by the wayside, forever incomplete to the English speaking world. Sometimes, these series begin never to see their rightful end, but more often certain titles, still proudly displaying numerical signs of their heritage, must make a splash with...
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Virgin Roster  ~Shukketsubo~ (PC)

Virgin Roster ~Shukketsubo~ review (PC)

Reviewed on February 25, 2005

You’re a loathsome son of a bitch who violently rapes innocent schoolgirls and faculty to satiate your hideous urges.
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Inuyasha: A Feudal Tale (PlayStation)

Inuyasha: A Feudal Tale review (PSX)

Reviewed on February 25, 2005

If you have the urge for some casual demon fighting action, then look no further. This game offers plenty of demons, girls with sacred arrows, a lady with a giant boomerang, and a guy who sucks up things with his hand.
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El Viento (Genesis)

El Viento review (GEN)

Reviewed on February 24, 2005

It’s not like I was a complete stranger to El Viento. Even before I first played it, I felt like I knew just about everything about the game. A slew of vivid works describing wonderfully-drawn cinemas and creative levels chock full of innovative and bizarre monsters and obstacles are scattered over the net with one thing in common — they all rate this game a Bo Derek-like “10”.
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Resident Evil 4 (GameCube)

Resident Evil 4 review (GCN)

Reviewed on February 23, 2005

Resident Evil 4
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Defenders of Oasis (Game Gear)

Defenders of Oasis review (GG)

Reviewed on February 22, 2005

The Gamegear was practically devoid of any RPG’s except for around 20 some, about a fifth of which came stateside. Defenders of Oasis was a RPG that happened to get lucky and find a publisher that brought it to the states. There are no idiosyncrasies that lift Defenders of Oasis above and beyond other turn based RPGS that were out at the time. It’s simply just a game that’s both brief and entertaining. Definitely worthy of your time.
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Dragon Quest VI: Maboroshi no Daichi (SNES)

Dragon Quest VI: Maboroshi no Daichi review (SNES)

Reviewed on February 22, 2005

A cool wind blows, ushering the scent of a nearby campfire into your nostrils, causing you to awaken.
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Hokuto no Ken 7: Seiken Retsuden - Denshousha heno Michi (SNES)

Hokuto no Ken 7: Seiken Retsuden - Denshousha heno Michi review (SNES)

Reviewed on February 21, 2005

Toei didn't learn from their mistakes when they released HNK7, a gritty Fist of the North Star game on the SNES. The prequel was poor but had a few moments where you could sit down and play the thing for a little while and have a bit, and I stress, a bit of fun out of it. I was hoping that Toei would give the game a total overhaul and improve the gameplay a lot, maybe take out the annoying Aura power thing and also change the character roster. I was overjoyed when I first browsed through at what...
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Hokuto no Ken 6: Gekitou Denshouken - Haou heno Michi (SNES)

Hokuto no Ken 6: Gekitou Denshouken - Haou heno Michi review (SNES)

Reviewed on February 21, 2005

Hokuto no Ken 6 is a lousy fighting game on the SNES based on the popular Fist of the North Star series. The series was pretty popular in America and Japan a few years back but nowadays it seems that there is only a small cluster of fans of this hardcore anime left. I am proud to say that I am one of those fans and those who have not watched a Fist of the North Star episode or read any of the manga novels are seriously missing out. The series was based in a post-apocalyptic period where the worl...
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The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (Game Boy)

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

Reviewed on February 21, 2005

Once upon a time, there was a princess, noble and fair. Beloved by her subjects, this gentle maiden had but one real failing: every other week, she'd be kidnapped by some weird-looking villain, and an asexual midget in a green dress would have to rescue her. There'd be some kind of mystical triangle-power involved, as well as much questing. But, in the end, she would be rescued, and the evil would be forever sealed until the next time around.
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Guilty Gear X2 (PlayStation 2)

Guilty Gear X2 review (PS2)

Reviewed on February 21, 2005

Heaven or Hell?
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Color a Dinosaur (NES)

Color a Dinosaur review (NES)

Reviewed on February 20, 2005

Hi there, it's me, the grumpy old veteran gamer, using another medium to express my hatred towards the state of games post-1983. You know me, I'm the guy who goes to Goodwill when he wants a new game. I am wired on Vicodin during the day to treat my Carpal Tunnel-effected wrists. At night I can be found using my laptop, sprawled out on my bed because of a sudden urge to start a bidding war with some punk who will not lose the auction for a pristine Beta copy of Zork. Because it is an auth...
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Divine Sealing (Genesis)

Divine Sealing review (GEN)

Reviewed on February 18, 2005

There’s nothing divine about Divine Sealing; it offers little more than a small hentai album wrapped in five brief levels of shallow, unfinished vertical shooter. At the very least, the quality of its artwork is respectable – but this is a clear testament to the fact that this game’s only intended allure was its animated nudity. Dorks who are actually into that stuff should simply stick to the Internet to satisfy their passions – even they don’t deserve to suffer Divine Sealing’s boring shooter ...
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SoulCalibur II (Xbox)

SoulCalibur II review (XBX)

Reviewed on February 18, 2005

Soul Calibur 2 has been Namco’s recent big hits, aside from the earlier Tekken games, which rocked, the company hadn’t brought out anything that was regarded as a classic, from a general gamers point of view. However, with Soul Calibur 2, Namco recreated the weapon-based 3-D fighting experience that thousands have now enjoyed. The game follows the legacy of the demonic Soul-Edge, a sword of apparent unfathomable evil and it covers the quests of various warriors on their quest to destroy the b...
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Mega Man 8 (PlayStation)

Mega Man 8 review (PSX)

Reviewed on February 17, 2005

Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution has been superfluously criticized by both religious fanatics and the common folk, and while over the last two centuries most of the population has come to a compromise on this bitterly-contested thesis, there still remain the stubborn and untactful few.
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Gauntlet II (NES)

Gauntlet II review (NES)

Reviewed on February 17, 2005

The name Gauntlet couldn’t have been more appropriate. What we have here is nothing more than some palette-swapped dungeons that we force our reckless heroes through while being assaulted by a never-ending myriad of blood-hungry denizens. Gauntlet didn’t start anything revolutionary here folks; this concept of infinite monsters and randomly created dungeons has been around for quite a while before Atari added some spices to the mix.
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Neutopia (TurboGrafx-16)

Neutopia review (TG16)

Reviewed on February 17, 2005

After I completed the Turbografx-16’s Neutopia, I half-expected to find that the roles of Jazeta, the princess he’s trying to rescue and the evil villain Dirth were played by Link, Zelda and Ganon, respectively. But maybe that was what Hudson was trying to accomplish. After all, Link and his Hyrulian exploits were the hottest thing this side of Mario in Nintendo-land — and success definitely breeds imitation in the world of gaming.
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NFL Street (Xbox)

NFL Street review (XBX)

Reviewed on February 17, 2005

Once upon a time, EA Sports released a little gem called NBA Street. Inspired by the likes of NBA Jam, it stole the show with its ability to combine the NBA game and the style and flare of street basketball. The game's ambition quickly turned into a hit and, as any successful company would do, EA Sports quickly found a way to cash in on its flourishing product. Thus we have the creation of NFL Street - a brand of football that attempts to be as hip as its NBA brethren. Being the student of Blitz...
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