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Lost Kingdoms (GameCube)

Lost Kingdoms review (GCN)

Reviewed on February 06, 2004

From the Nintendo-Pokemon school of Collection Mania springs Lost Kingdoms, (LK) the Gamecube's sparkly debut RPG set in a world of fairies, runestones and collectible enchanted cards. High on fighting and the loving management and evolution of your army of creatures, low on plot and extraneous detail, LK can entirely consume the player in the short term as time away from the game is spent fantasising about turning your dragonoid cards into black dragons, or your blood bushes into vampire...
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Dark Summit (GameCube)

Dark Summit review (GCN)

Reviewed on February 06, 2004

There's no way in hell that real-life snowboarders could be anywhere near as cool, as great, as generous or just as plain wonderful as Naya, the heroine of THQ's Dark Summit (DS). Come to think of it, nobody in the world could be as great as Naya, and I think somebody's got to stop her. Somebody's got to stop her before she wins the Nobel Peace Prize and becomes ruler of the planet or something, because people this fantastic just don't exist. She's a foxy, upbeat, giving, positive, enviro...
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Uridium (Commodore 64)

Uridium review (C64)

Reviewed on February 06, 2004

Uridium /juridiem/. n. 1. Fictional metallic element.
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Trojan (Arcade)

Trojan review (ARC)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

Trojan is a side-scrolling hack-em-up game from Capcom which I played in the flesh just ONCE in a milk bar during pre-teenhood, circa 1986. I have incredibly vivid memories of that lone encounter, and the tale of my first reunion with the game via emulation some dozen years later is right up there with all of those sweeping sagas of reunited long-lost wartorn twins!
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Krull (Arcade)

Krull review (ARC)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

Krull
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Zorro (Apple II)

Zorro review (APP2)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

Thinking of Zorro for the Apple II tends to make me think of The Goonies for the Apple II. Then my third thought in the chain is usually, 'I'd rather be playing Bruce Lee.' Rick Mirsky programmed all three of these platformers in a similar style, and where Bruce Lee is tight, timeless and fun - a classic - The Goonies and Zorro are more similar to each other, sharing weird floaty game physics, episodes of unnecessary cruelty and high annoyance factors. Zorro looks and feels ...
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Strange Odyssey (Apple II)

Strange Odyssey review (APP2)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

SOME GAS COMES OUT OF THE HOSE FOR
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Star Blazer (Apple II)

Star Blazer review (APP2)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

In the early nineteen-eighties, there were a hell of a lot of games around with 'Star' in their title.
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Mystery House (Apple II)

Mystery House review (APP2)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

Herschell Gordon Lewis retrospectively described his pioneering 1963 splatter film 'Blood Feast' in the following manner:
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Lady Tut (Apple II)

Lady Tut review (APP2)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

“Na-na na-na na-na-na! Na-na-na! Na-na-na”
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Kung Fu Master (Apple II)

Kung Fu Master review (APP2)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

Kung Fu Master reminds me of the glory days in the 1980s when my favourite personal computer, the Apple II, co-ruled the roost with the Commodore 64 in terms of snapping up ports of popular arcade titles. As the 1990s approached, the eight-bit Apple II would begin to struggle badly to deal with the ports of the more technically demanding games being thrown at it, and bizarrely, nearly all of these titles came from Data East. From Ikari Warriors to Robocop... On the Apple, none of these ar...
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Karateka (Apple II)

Karateka review (APP2)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

'Focus your will on your objective. Put fear and self-concern behind you, accepting death as a possibility. This is the way of the Karateka.'
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Eamon (Apple II)

Eamon review (APP2)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

"EAMON is a computerized version of what are called 'Fantasy Role-Playing Games.' When you enter the universe of one of these games, you are no longer John (or Jane) Smith, mild-mannered computer hobbyist. Instead, you become a character in a land of adventure, doing almost anything you want to."
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Super Mario 64 (Nintendo 64)

Super Mario 64 review (N64)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

Wow... Around nine years ago, I remember going on certain video game websites that have well than went under since then, downloading movies of Super Mario 64 on my highly slow 28k modem, waiting a good hour for a thirty second clip to download completely. The movie was of the stage Tiny-Huge Island, and Mario was riding around on a Koopa shell over the lush ocean that surrounded the stage into the distance. “By God...” I mumbled, in amazement. The day that I played it, inside of an import game s...
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Loaded (PlayStation)

Loaded review (PSX)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

Many years ago, back in 1995, the PlayStation was a newcomer into the age is 32 bit systems. God, that seems like such a long time now, doesn’t it? The PlayStation, unlike every other system in the modern gaming age of Nintendo, did not have a huge flagship title, besides the best version of Mortal Kombat 3, or a few other give-or-take arcade fighters and the like. So, how exactly did the Sony PlayStation become one of the innovators in gaming as we know it? With a little help from their friends...
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Kid Niki: Radical Ninja (NES)

Kid Niki: Radical Ninja review (NES)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

Oh boy, here we go. It is the return of the almost-practical “Zoop reviews a game that he has written an FAQ for” gag that I have done with everything from War Of The Monsters to Ratchet & Clank to Wario World. But this time, it is different; I grew up with average NES games as a kid. I remember having a ball with titles such as... uh... Kid Niki... and um... another above average NES game... Monster Party! There ya go! But now that I am more of a mature gamer, does Kid Niki stand the test of ti...
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Wario World (GameCube)

Wario World review (GCN)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

Let me go ahead and make a confession... Over the past year or so, I have lost faith in video games, in general. Every game I have played in the past year has been mediocre to very good, but nothing had caught and kept my attention in quite some time. I even went back and began playing some of my old favorites, yet even they started to feel stale to me. Super Mario Sunshine was a let down, Star Fox Adventures was a trashy novelty, and The Wind Waker, while a great game, was nothing more than jus...
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Cubivore: Survival of the Fittest (GameCube)

Cubivore: Survival of the Fittest review (GCN)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

Looking for something new? Looking for something different? Looking for something that will make you tilt your head to the side while looking at your television screen, like a confused puppy? Then Cubivore is the game that you should play. While it is very hard to find this game for rent, I say it is a safe buy, and now I will explain why I think that it is.
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WarioWare, Inc: Mega Microgame$! (Game Boy Advance)

WarioWare, Inc: Mega Microgame$! review (GBA)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

Very rarely will a game have a big name license, such as Wario (okay, “big name” and “Wario” can be argued together, but he is a hell of a lot better and more credible than Frogger), and provide a new, fresh, and unique aspect of the gaming culture that around 70% have never seen since the “boom” period. This is the type of game that Atari enthusiast and Grand Theft Auto/Devil May Cry games can enjoy alike! Hey, we haven’t gotten soldiers and hippies to hug in a long time, and Wario Ware, Inc. M...
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SSX 3 (PlayStation 2)

SSX 3 review (PS2)

Reviewed on February 05, 2004

Back in 2001, SSX was one of the most successful launch titles for the PlayStation 2, and to this day, it remains as a landmark in the PlayStation 2 library. Hot off of the success of the original came SSX Tricky. EA BIG went out and swapped up the best voice acting available to make the series a star studded event to be seen. Sadly, a lot of the overall value felt overproduced and a bit shallow. It felt as if the series had traded in the “little hype, all game” feel for an overdone Hollywood pr...
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