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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 youíre playing a beat-Ďem-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, itís rarer. There isnít one portable computer game out there which can genuinely be considered a definitive simulation of the beautiful game. Theyíre all pretty much terrible. Until Konami bring their Pro Evo series to the DS and PSP, itís 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, thereís 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, youíll 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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Columns (Game Gear)

Columns review (GG)

Reviewed on November 20, 2004

If asked what your favourite puzzle games are, most you would probably reply mentioning at least one version of Tetris. Be it Tetris Worlds or Tetrisphere, the Russian puzzler is by far the worldís favourite computer game puzzle. There are, however, many alternatives to Tetris, but few which can rival its simple yet addictive gamplay. Sega though, have always liked a good challenge, and an arcade-like puzzler may be what is required to topple the Russian King from his throne of computer puzzling...
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Second Sight (GameCube)

Second Sight review (GCN)

Reviewed on November 18, 2004

Second Sightís sudden release was a bit of a surprise really. Not even the few expectant forum gamers (having already waded their way through Psi-Ops) would have foreseen this third-person action-adventure being released at the beginning of September (UK release) without any real hype whatsoever since it was first unveiled just a few short months ago. A surprise indeed, but a generally pleasant one to boot.
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Sonic the Hedgehog (Genesis)

Sonic the Hedgehog review (GEN)

Reviewed on November 18, 2004

So, why was Nintendo kicking Segaís butt early on in the rivalry between the two companies? Personally, Iíve always felt it was because Nintendo had all the recognizable characters. They had Mario, Link, Mega Man, Simon Belmont and others. Our friends at Sega could boast little more than some Alex Kidd fellow. It wasnít that the Master System was overloaded with inferior games or anything like that ó it was just that they never really had a good marketable character to captivate the imagination ...
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Super Street Fighter II Turbo (Arcade)

Super Street Fighter II Turbo review (ARC)

Reviewed on November 16, 2004

Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo was the finale in the SF2 series. It took all eight world warriors from the original yet now decrepit classic, and added in the four playable boss characters in the upgraded to perfection Championship edition. With a turbo feature added on they created Street Fighter 2 turbo, a slicker and speedier version of Championship edition that also allowed all characters to be played. They kept squeezing the orange until they created enough juice that produced the ultimate S...
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3D Pinball: Space Cadet (PC)

3D Pinball: Space Cadet review (PC)

Reviewed on November 15, 2004

3D Pinball: Space Cadet is really just your typical pinball game. The main difference with this game is that it comes free with any Windows 98 or higher operating system. But with that fact, it also means that there are a few flaws with the game. Things that are free are rarely any good. Rarely.
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Critical Depth (PlayStation)

Critical Depth review (PSX)

Reviewed on November 15, 2004

Critical Depth is a very enjoyable action game. It takes vehicular combat to a whole new level, literally. Many people may just find this as another Twisted Metal wannabe, but itís is different is so many ways. There is a better storyline in Critical Depth, and well, its underwater. Maneuvering with submarines rather than cars is a totally different experience. Thatís enough proof for me that itís an original game.
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Jupiter Strike (PlayStation)

Jupiter Strike review (PSX)

Reviewed on November 15, 2004

Oh man. Itís Jupiter Strike. I knew I would have to face this day sooner or later. Itís now time to write this review. In Jupiter Strike, you fly a spacecraft through outer space while dodging enemy fire and taking down some ships of your own. The game seems typical, right? WRONG! This game is a lot worse than most typical games. The graphics are passable, but everything else in the game is terrible. The sound, controls, storyline, gameplay, and replay value, well, ...
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Lethal Enforcers II: Gun Fighters (Sega CD)

Lethal Enforcers II: Gun Fighters review (SCD)

Reviewed on November 15, 2004

Saddle up your horses! There's a shootout at the saloon! Lethal Enforcers II: Gunfighters is the sequel for the very successful Lethal Enforcers game that is still in many video arcades across the nation. This isn't your typical light-gun shooter either. This time around, the game takes place in the Ol' West. You play the role of the local sheriff, and your job is to dispose of the vermin lurking about town. Good luck partner, because these critters aren't giving up without a...
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NFL's Greatest: San Francisco Vs. Dallas 1978-1993 (Sega CD)

NFL's Greatest: San Francisco Vs. Dallas 1978-1993 review (SCD)

Reviewed on November 15, 2004

NFL Greatest Teams, whose real name is NFL's Greatest: San Francisco vs. Dallas, is really the low point of all sports games. The overall concept of the game is to first choose either the San Francisco 49ers or the Dallas Cowboys, which are composed of the franchises' greatest players, followed by choosing a play, and finally watching a real-life video of that play. That's it. You really might as well be watching ESPN Classic.
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NHL '94 (Sega CD)

NHL '94 review (SCD)

Reviewed on November 15, 2004

NHL Hockey Ď94 is the best hockey game to be released before the Sony Playstation. It's that simple. What makes it stand out against the rest? Well, there are the improved graphics that the Sega CD version can offer over its competition. There are many modes to keep the gameplay fresh, just in case you ever get tired of just playing regular hockey games. I invite you to continue reading to see what other amazing features lie within NHL Hockey Ď94.
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Metal Arms: Glitch in the System (GameCube)

Metal Arms: Glitch in the System review (GCN)

Reviewed on November 15, 2004

A game like this is a rarity. It's clearly taken a lot of effort, it's a beautifully crafted title and it's very apparent that publisher Vivendi Universal have splashed out on trying to make this a full-blown robotic romp of an action-adventure. Yet, the marketing's non-existent so there's virtually no hype surrounding it apart from a few veteran gamers on internet forum claiming it to be a "Halo-beater". It may not really be that superior to Halo, but for some reason, despite Metal Arms being a...
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Triple Play Baseball (PlayStation 2)

Triple Play Baseball review (PS2)

Reviewed on November 15, 2004

Triple Play Baseball is the first baseball game released in the U.S. for the Playstation 2. Unfortunately, it came up short of the clearing the fence. With only improved graphics over its Playstation 1 relatives, this game is a disappointing debut on the PS2 for the highly successful baseball series. (Chants of "This game was rushed! This game was rushed!" are heard from the crowd.)
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