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Rampage (NES)

Rampage review (NES)

Reviewed on November 01, 2003

After watching such movies as ''Frogs'' and ''The Birds'', I'm a firm believer that animals could take over the world if they really wanted to. In 1988, two monstrous members from the animal kingdom did just that on the NES. George, a gorilla that thinks he's King Kong, and Lizzie, a seemingly mutated lizard that walks on two feet, have decided to take over the land of the free. They will destroy every last skyscraper, bank, and small apartment that rest on each of the big cities of the United S...
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Pinball Quest (NES)

Pinball Quest review (NES)

Reviewed on November 01, 2003

Unexpected occurrences, whether good or bad, can change our life forever. You entered a sweepstakes a few months ago and the hassles of everyday life have made you forget all about it. You only have one chance in several million to win it anyway; it'll never happen. It's a Monday morning and you're getting all the sleep you can before you have to get up and go to work. All of a sudden you hear a knock at the door. ''Go to hell,'' you yell at the door, mad that your beauty sleep has been disturbe...
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Pac-Man (Tengen) (NES)

Pac-Man (Tengen) review (NES)

Reviewed on November 01, 2003

As long as I can remember, whether I was playing it in the arcades, for the Atari 2600, Game Boy, or the NES, I've been playing Pac-Man pretty much all my life. Pac-Man is one of the biggest arcade hits of all time, to say the least. Grownups and kids alike were head over heels about the game because it was so simple to play, and it was also fun, challenging, and addicting. To say the least, there was nothing else like it.
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Marble Madness (NES)

Marble Madness review (NES)

Reviewed on November 01, 2003

Playing marbles is something I'd never done before. I used to have a lot of those little glass marbles with exotic colorful patterns inside them, but dust mites paid more attention to them than I did. That is, until I decided to get Marble Madness. I never knew playing marbles was so fun or I would've been playing them all my life.
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Little Nemo: The Dream Master (NES)

Little Nemo: The Dream Master review (NES)

Reviewed on November 01, 2003

Wouldn't we all like to be a dream master? I know I would. I don't care whether I'm dreaming about hooking up with a woman I have a crush on or about bowling underground with huge pieces of Kellogg's Corn Pops, it would be cool if I could choose what I dream, or to have several similar dreams in a row.
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Ghosts 'N Goblins (NES)

Ghosts 'N Goblins review (NES)

Reviewed on November 01, 2003

When me and my parents would take a yearly trip to the beach, we always ate at a certain restaurant every morning. Every time we went to eat at the local Omelette and Waffle House, I always begged my parents for a few quarters so I could play Ghosts 'n Goblins, which was the only arcade game that was inside. I never could get past the second level (most of the time, I didn't even pass the first), but it was still fun and for some reason, very addicting.
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Duck Tales (NES)

Duck Tales review (NES)

Reviewed on November 01, 2003

Over a decade ago, millions of kids everywhere had a list of favorite cartoons that they loved watching every Saturday morning, or any other time they were on. In its heyday, Duck Tales was easily on at least 9 out of every 10 lists; it was that popular. The old, top hat-wearing Scrooge McDuck was already the richest duck in the world. However, he wasn't satisfied with just being a millionaire that has a vault of thousands of gold coins. He still had a quenchless thirst for hunting down luxuriou...
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Duck Hunt (NES)

Duck Hunt review (NES)

Reviewed on November 01, 2003

The first game I ever owned for the NES was the 8-bit cartridge that had two of the most memorable games for the system on it, Super Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt. One of the two games revolutionized and possibly even saved the video game industry, while the other was pretty much a lowly tag along. The latter is Duck Hunt, the first game to ever utilize the most popular NES accessory, the light gun.
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Castlevania (NES)

Castlevania review (NES)

Reviewed on October 31, 2003

If there was actually a such thing as a vampire, most sane people would do everything they could to steer clear of the blood-driven beasts. Living forever does sound sort of tempting, but face it. Blood doesn't actually taste good, and having a nurse take your blood at the hospital is painful enough, let alone having someone pierce your skin with their teeth and drink it as if they were stuck in the middle of a desert with nothing to drink for several years. Simon Belmont is of a different breed...
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Burger Time (NES)

Burger Time review (NES)

Reviewed on October 31, 2003

During an unforgettable vacation at the beach that was full of women in skimpy bikinis, a stressful sizzling sunburn, and daily trips to various arcades, I saw a dusty arcade game that had hot dogs, eggs, pickles, and what looked to be a chef running all over the machine's screen. After a few plays of this hilarious, yet engaging title, I found myself wondering if there was a such thing as a Burger Time game for the NES.
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Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout (NES)

Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout review (NES)

Reviewed on October 31, 2003

That waskely wabbit who calls himself a stinker and who constantly erodes the egos of such characters as Elmer Fudd and Daffy Duck in the classic Looney Tunes cartoons, has turned 50 years old. What better way is there to celebrate this unforgettable landmark than to give the pesky rodent his due by throwing him a birthday party?
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Blaster Master (NES)

Blaster Master review (NES)

Reviewed on October 31, 2003

When a man loves a woman, he'll do anything he can for her. Without a doubt, should she be kidnapped or just go missing, the least a man would do is go searching for her with the intention of finding her and having her back in his life. Even back in 1988, gamers were so used to seeing worn out damsel in distress storylines that they almost expected to see that particular theme used in 99% of all video games. Any change of scenery when it came to the story was a more than welcome sight.
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Battletoads (NES)

Battletoads review (NES)

Reviewed on October 31, 2003

There are some things that I just don't know whether to like or dislike. Green beans I can take or leave. You won't ever hear me ask for them, but if somebody cooks some, I'll eat them. A certain aunt has always been super nice every time she sees me. She'll say ''HEYYYYYY'' and walk up to me and embrace me as if I were the fountain of youth that could cure her wrinkling skin, but I've heard word from reliable sources of her judgmental, backstabbing tactics that she employs when I'm not around. ...
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Bases Loaded II: Second Season (NES)

Bases Loaded II: Second Season review (NES)

Reviewed on October 31, 2003

Way back when in the glory days when me and my NES were still young, my dad bought me a game for my ninth birthday called Bases Loaded II: Second Season. Before playing it, I scoffed at the game because I hadn't ever been that big of a fan of sports video games at all. Unexpectedly, it would only take a few plays of this engaging baseball title before i would be hooked for the rest of my life.
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The Adventures of Bayou Billy (NES)

The Adventures of Bayou Billy review (NES)

Reviewed on October 31, 2003

Billy's girlfriend, Annabelle, has been kidnapped by an evil, mustachioed madman with the not-so-scary name of Gordon. It's up to Billy to try and rescue his treasured damsel in distress (what a unique storyline!). It won't be an easy task because Billy must venture through swamps overflowing with snapping alligators, take his adventure to a road full of booby traps, and even go through bayous reeking of firearm-wielding syndicates.
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Toejam & Earl (Genesis)

Toejam & Earl review (GEN)

Reviewed on October 31, 2003

Two totally different looking aliens are cruising through space in their weird rocketship that resembles a sort of sled with a TV-shaped body. Something goes wrong and it takes a horrible crash. The impact was so severe that the various parts of the ship have scattered about everywhere. Toe Jam and Earl must do what they can to find every last piece of their treasured vehicle so they can put it back together, unless they want to be stuck on the dreaded planet earth forever!
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Taz-Mania (Genesis)

Taz-Mania review (GEN)

Reviewed on October 31, 2003

That popular Tasmanian devil that we all know as Taz is sitting at home one day listening to a family member tell a compelling story about how the land of Tazmania was once ruled by giant prehistoric seabirds. We all know that Taz is among the biggest of fans of eating almost everything in sight. Upon hearing the story, the arrogant, stomach-driven Taz just can't wait to run, or spin, as fast as he can out the door to start on his path to finding one of these giant eggs to greedily satisfy his e...
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Sub-Terrania (Genesis)

Sub-Terrania review (GEN)

Reviewed on October 31, 2003

When the Genesis was the hottest ticket in town, I found myself in dire need of new games. I saw Subterrania's cool box art and the back of its box, and I wanted it badly, even though this type of game (using aircraft to complete missions) wasn't one of my favorites. But it's always nice to try something new.
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Streets of Rage 2 (Genesis)

Streets of Rage 2 review (GEN)

Reviewed on October 31, 2003

STORY: Only a year has passed since the trio of Adam, Axel, and Blaze overthrew the evil syndicate, Mr. X, making the city's deadly streets peaceful. The fighter who seems like the perennial favorite from the first outing, Adam, has been kidnapped! Mr. X is like a relentless terrorist; he never gives up. As tough as his forces were in the original, they're even tougher now with more pesky enemies that must be dealt with along the winding road to Mr. X's hideout.
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Streets of Rage (Genesis)

Streets of Rage review (GEN)

Reviewed on October 31, 2003

Axel, Blaze, and Adam are three bad ass ex-cops who are taking it to the streets so they can make an attempt to clean the city up of all the smelly, good for nothing punks that are polluting the area. A madman named Mr. X is at the head of all this troublesome turmoil in the big city, and he is also the trio's main nemesis. But to get to Mr. X, the bold threesome must first make it through stages consisting of seemingly endless streets, towering elevators, a beach that never sleeps, and a few ot...
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