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Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete (PlayStation)

Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete review (PSX)

Reviewed on November 29, 2004

I knew a girl once. We got along perfectly. She was the most interesting and fascinating creature I ever met. I could spend hours with her, always happy, sharing the good and the bad times. It seemed like every time I talked to her I learned something new. Despite being perfect for me, she did have her flaws though. She was kind of chubby… ok ok, she was pretty damn fat. She also wore thick glasses that seemed to triple her eye size when she was wearing them. I was not shallow though, so I staye...
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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 (PlayStation 2)

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 29, 2004

I’ve never really been into Japanese shows like Digimon and Yugi-oh. Even when I was younger and all my friends were collecting pokemon cards and following the show religiously I gave it the cold shoulder. So when I played this game I wasn’t interested in the Dragon Ball Z series at all, I wasn’t expecting anything from it either. I’d heard from countless people that the past Dragon Ball Z games were horrible. Why would this game be any different? Boy was I wrong.
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Mega Man 7 (SNES)

Mega Man 7 review (SNES)

Reviewed on November 29, 2004

How often is it that you come across someone... or something, that at first, you like and think that it shows lots of promise? Then, it goes further and further up, and then you grow to like it all the more? And then, out of nowhere, it just drops to amazingly low levels and evolves into something that is just plain putrid? I know, it has happened to me several times before. Out of all of those "special" occasions, the one with my worst memories belongs within the Mega Man series.
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Jewel Knights: Crusaders (PC)

Jewel Knights: Crusaders review (PC)

Reviewed on November 28, 2004

If Jewel Knights - Crusaders serves as any indication, the Japanese company responsible for its creation utilizes what one would believe to be a common marketing strategy, making their products synonymous with their name. This particular title is advertised as pure farce; a parody that pokes fun at sentai-battle shows like Sailor Moon or the infamous Power Rangers. Certainly, it succeeds in pointing out the most ridiculous aspects of the genre. However, these forced moments of levity...
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Feel the Magic: XY/XX (DS)

Feel the Magic: XY/XX review (DS)

Reviewed on November 27, 2004

There are really only two effective words for describing Feel the Magic: XY/XX, also known as I Would Die For You; quirky and zany. A love story strung through a series of mini-games, Feel the Magic is easily considered as Sega’s successful experiment with the Nintendo DS hardware.
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Mischief Makers (Nintendo 64)

Mischief Makers review (N64)

Reviewed on November 27, 2004

Anime chicks are hot!
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Chrono Cross (PlayStation)

Chrono Cross review (PSX)

Reviewed on November 27, 2004

From conceivance to deadline, there was only one possibility for Chrono Cross, and that was complete and utter failure. The growing giant Squaresoft realized this and, loathe to tarnish their growing reputation as a divine RPG developer, decided to make Chrono Cross an indirect sequel to the highly fabled Chrono Trigger, granting Chrono Cross commercial success. Unfortunately, its degree of caliber was much lower. Trying to cash in on the growing userbase of graphic w...
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Pokemon Snap (Nintendo 64)

Pokemon Snap review (N64)

Reviewed on November 26, 2004

They lurk on moonless lunar cycles, being restricted by nothing but their mindless wanderings. Their hair has all fallen out, their skin has rotted with no trace but an odor that can knock a person out, their eyes smashed like jelly and decomposed by wriggling worms. One cannot help but writhe in the horrific sight of them; they are the zombies.
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Karateka (NES)

Karateka review (NES)

Reviewed on November 26, 2004

To say that martial-arts films were a popular trend in the 80’s would be the understatement of a lifetime. Anything martial-arts instantly became a hit amongst the population. Seemingly, people just couldn’t refuse the ignorant stereotyping of a respectable form of self-defense. And so this A-rate combat style gave inspiration to a barrage of B-rate movies, which in turn gave inspiration to a string of D-rate games. At the bottom of these contemptuous pile of crap, we have Karateka. ...
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Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle (Genesis)

Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle review (GEN)

Reviewed on November 25, 2004

So, after a successive run on the Master System, was Sega’s then-mascot ready for the big time? After releasing five games on Sega’s 8-bit system it was running low on appeal and most Sega fans were eager to shelve their Master System for a while and plug into a then-new dimension of gaming. After the release of a few titles such as “Altered Beast” for example Sega decided to bring the Kidd back for a whole new dimension. Did it work and was the fantastic charm that the first game produced or di...
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Action Fighter (Sega Master System)

Action Fighter review (SMS)

Reviewed on November 25, 2004

Action Fighter was always going to be a success in the arcades. For its time, it was bright, colourful, had great highscore potential and it had great appeal for the steering wheel that you would use to control your almost suicidal vehicle. But with the steering wheel absent from this console version, it is instantly an uphill battle for Action Fighter to gain favour in the eyes of competent gamers. Action Fighter may have been quite addictive in its previous incarnation, but as with most Arcade...
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WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$ (GameCube)

WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$ review (GCN)

Reviewed on November 25, 2004

Nintendo always strive for creative and original titles, they have a knack for being able to make money out of anything. They could make the most boring and stupid title and it would still sell millions. They’ve tried so many ideas and the majority of them have been praised highly by fan-boy and sensible gamer alike. Whether it’s silly storylines to platformers or sticking their mascots in a sports game it tends to be outlandish, leaving an impact on the mind of the gamer permanently.
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The Punisher (Arcade)

The Punisher review (ARC)

Reviewed on November 25, 2004

Don't talk to Frank Castle about anger issues. He's a walking one. But then, you would be too if you and your family witnessed a botched mob hit and the hitmen killed your entire family to prevent being ratted out.
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Ninja Baseball Bat Man (Arcade)

Ninja Baseball Bat Man review (ARC)

Reviewed on November 24, 2004

You know you’re playing a beat-‘em-up if your brutish, hulking warrior, hellbent on vengeance, finds his only respite from his henchmen-bloodying efforts in the form of consuming a hamburger he found in a dumpster.
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FIFA International Soccer (Game Gear)

FIFA International Soccer review (GG)

Reviewed on November 24, 2004

A good handheld football game is about as common as Wales qualifying for a major Championship (and I should know, I still have nightmares about the Romania and Russia play-offs). Strike that, it’s rarer. There isn’t one portable computer game out there which can genuinely be considered a definitive simulation of the beautiful game. They’re all pretty much terrible. Until Konami bring their Pro Evo series to the DS and PSP, it’s unlikely that a quality handheld footie game will ever see the light...
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The Curse of Monkey Island (PC)

The Curse of Monkey Island review (PC)

Reviewed on November 24, 2004

Ah, the point-and-click adventure! As primitive as they may seem in the days of analogue control and full-3D environments, there’s no denying the enjoyment of a nice, slow-paced, puzzle-driven adventure. The Monkey Island series has to be my favourite point-and-click adventure series. Despite the taxing puzzles, you’ll rarely not be smiling as the games pour on their razor-sharp wit and humour at almost every possible interval. Fans of the series will be happy to know that, despite the huge grap...
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NFL Quarterback Club (Game Gear)

NFL Quarterback Club review (GG)

Reviewed on November 24, 2004

Back in the day, NFL Quarterback Club was one of the daddies of American Football. Many of its incarnations were mightily superior to its Madden equivalent. But now on the Game Gear we see one of Acclaim's earlier attempts at cornering the American Football market.
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The Pirates of Dark Water (SNES)

The Pirates of Dark Water review (SNES)

Reviewed on November 24, 2004

Growing up, one of the highlights of my Saturday morning cartoon watching was actually one of the last I ever viewed. The Pirates of Dark Water, while possessing its comedic moments, was much more somber in mood than the average exploit of Bugs Bunny or the Flintstones.
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Mega Man 6 (NES)

Mega Man 6 review (NES)

Reviewed on November 22, 2004

There's a scrumptious triple fudge sundae in front of you. Take a bite. Delicious, isn't it? Take another. Each taste is seemingly better than the last as you enter a state of fattening nirvana. But eventually, your brain decides enough is enough and starts to override your taste buds. Each new bite will become a chore, each new taste will start to sicken you. Besides, by this point all the ingredients have run together to create some sort of gooey sludge anyways. Something that was once...
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Mega Man 3 (NES)

Mega Man 3 review (NES)

Reviewed on November 22, 2004

From playgrounds to the internet, from the 80s to today, the battle has quietly been fought. Just what was the best Mega Man game? Although the struggle for dominance between FF6 and FF7 or the Zelda games are legendary, the lesser stature of the Blue Bomber causes most to blissfully ignore the question. But some do care about which game best represents the series, and they are sure to let their opinions be known. This always boils down to a fight between the dominant MM2 and its jealous underst...
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