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Mario Pinball Land (Game Boy Advance)

Mario Pinball Land review (GBA)

Reviewed on September 22, 2005

Nintendo's Mario, first appearing in the early eighties, has seen nearly every genre in his lifespan of over twenty years. His latest adventure has him once again, trying to rescue Princess Toadstool. There's a catch this time though: Mario and his pals have been put through a machine where they have been squeezed into pinballs! This isn't going to be like many of the pinball games you've played in the past however, this is not pinball with a Mario theme; This is Mario with a pinball theme.
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Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Eternal Duelist Soul (Game Boy Advance)

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Eternal Duelist Soul review (GBA)

Reviewed on September 22, 2005

My name is LastHero. I am a Yu-Gi-Oh fan.
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Red Faction (PC)

Red Faction review (PC)

Reviewed on September 21, 2005

Sometimes I start playing a game and it isn't until I'm half-done with it that I realize I just don't like it. At this point, I figure that I have to beat the game because I've gotten so far in it (I feel like I’ve wasted my time if I don’t). That was pretty much my entire reason for playing through Red Faction. I picked up the game recently because I loved playing through Red Faction II and I was left wanting more. As you can probably already guess, the experience wasn’t nearly the same.
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ToeJam & Earl III: Mission to Earth (Xbox)

ToeJam & Earl III: Mission to Earth review (XBX)

Reviewed on September 21, 2005

Who out there, could have lived through the ninties, and not have heard of ToeJam and Earl? What about the even more popular, second game in the series? Well, actually it's a much higher number than it should have been. The fact remains, that it is generally considered a favorite, among Sega Genesis owners. And though it took a while, the third game is finally here, and it looks like ToeJam and Big E. have finally made their way into the third dimension. Now the question you're probably asking y...
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Shining Soul (Game Boy Advance)

Shining Soul review (GBA)

Reviewed on September 17, 2005

I won't even try and hide the fact that I have a soft-spot for the Shining franchise; it would be pointless and if day-time chat shows have taught me anything, it is to be proud of who I am - and I am a Shining fan. So when I spied a Shining game for my pristine and newly-purchased GBA, I didn't even pause to lay down the cash. I knew nothing of the game pre-release, I admit, so when I managed to steal myself away somewhere quiet and slid the cart anxiously into the game slot, what followed the ...
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Zero Wing (Genesis)

Zero Wing review (GEN)

Reviewed on September 16, 2005

If there’s ever been a reason to hate nerds, Zero Wing is it. I have nothing against the actual game, as it’s a reasonably competent Genesis port of what I’d guess was a reasonably decent arcade game. No, what I hate is the absurd amount of notoriety this game has received SOLELY due to a pre-game cutscene featuring inexplicably poor attempts at utilizing the English language.
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Jeopardy! Junior Edition (NES)

Jeopardy! Junior Edition review (NES)

Reviewed on September 16, 2005

We all have seen the game show Jeopardy at least one time in our lives. It's one of the best game shows to watch on television, because it puts your brains to the test, and you can play along with the people on the game show. Some fools decided to come along and port this experience onto the NES, just because everything in the history of the world had to be ported onto the NES. I'm surprised we didn't see a game based off Christopher Columbus where you go around killing ice cream store owners an...
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Sleuth (PC)

Sleuth review (PC)

Reviewed on September 16, 2005

Sleuth is my favorite PC game of all time, barely edging out the classic and also uber-addicting Sim City 2000 for that prestigious honor. The object of the game is fairly simple: you are to investigate the murder of a person in a house, by asking people questions, examining items, and checking alibis. You basically get to play a detective in this game, and not only that, the game manages to be quite addicting and unique, but has that special atmosphere of danger and mystery that few games could...
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Bomberman (DS)

Bomberman review (DS)

Reviewed on September 16, 2005

** Story Time **
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Duck Hunt (NES)

Duck Hunt review (NES)

Reviewed on September 16, 2005

I hate hunting. I don’t see the point of walking through the woods all day with your 12-gauge, shooting innocent animals for pure sport. If you’re going out shooting ducks because you think it’s fun is a little sadistic for my liking, if it was for survival purposes then it wouldn’t bother me but the fact of killing an animal just for a thrill is a little primitive.
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Fist of the North Star (NES)

Fist of the North Star review (NES)

Reviewed on September 16, 2005

The coolest things about “Fist of the North Star:”
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Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space (PlayStation 2)

Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space review (PS2)

Reviewed on September 15, 2005

“There’s no sign of the Gundam, sir!”
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Gundam Battle Assault 2 (PlayStation)

Gundam Battle Assault 2 review (PSX)

Reviewed on September 15, 2005

A Gundam battle is about fast-paced combat, on land, under sea, in the air. It is about incredible acrobatics, intense gunfights, heated duels. It’s about firing away with beams and bullets from afar, then closing the distance and hacking the enemy to pieces with a few slashes of the beam saber.
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Fisher Price: I Can Remember (NES)

Fisher Price: I Can Remember review (NES)

Reviewed on September 14, 2005

I Can Remember.
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Dragon Warrior II (NES)

Dragon Warrior II review (NES)

Reviewed on September 14, 2005

It's really amazing how Enix's first two role playing games turned out. The first one, Dragon Warrior, was full of holes and flaws and yet still turned out to be one of the more enjoyable games ever released for the NES. The sequel brought along new ideas and fixed up some of the many flaws found in the original. You would think that this would mean that Dragon Warrior 2 is a better game than its predecessor, but then, what would be so amazing about that?
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Dragon Warrior (NES)

Dragon Warrior review (NES)

Reviewed on September 14, 2005

THE RPG REVOLUTION STARTS!!!!1!!1! But is it a good start?
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WWF No Mercy (Nintendo 64)

WWF No Mercy review (N64)

Reviewed on September 14, 2005

It's no secret that I am a huge wrestling fan. Despite the fact I have suddenly become disinterested due to the stupid storylines and lack of any sort of continuance, I still enjoy watching wrestling. There has been a sudden explosion of popularity in recent years for the ''sport'', therefore, it comes as no surprise that a ton of wrestling games have been released lately. While each of them have their own qualities and flaws, I think it is safe to say that no wrestling game has ever come as clo...
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Circus Caper (NES)

Circus Caper review (NES)

Reviewed on September 14, 2005

For Christmas one year, I wanted my mom to get me either Super Mario Brothers 2 or Double Dragon 2. You know, a simple decision, they both have 2 after them, etc.
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Breath of Fire III (PlayStation)

Breath of Fire III review (PSX)

Reviewed on September 14, 2005

Sometimes, a game just shouldn't be made. An idea is executed sloppily, and the developers know it. However, they also know that the game could probably sell millions of copies no matter what kind of crap is thrown into it, so they end up taking a chance and releasing the shoddy production anyways. Capcom is the king of doing this, and their most disastrous example of this low-ball marketing plot is Breath of Fire 3.
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Amplitude (PlayStation 2)

Amplitude review (PS2)

Reviewed on September 13, 2005

Saying that the rhythm genre has been barren is an understatement. It is already fall 2005 and nothing has grown from that musical tree. Just like leaves, the industry has left the genre to wither, gently plummet to the ground, dry in the heat of the sun, and deteriorate into indistinguishable grains of mulch. I pine for the days of genuine button-mashing dexterity and wind-in-my-eye concentration as I remember a game still golden after two long, agonizing years… Amplitude.
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