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Hogan's Alley (NES)

Hogan's Alley review (NES)

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I only own two Zapper games, Hogan's Alley and Duck Hunt. Hogan's Alley is easily the better of the two, and it is probably the best Zapper game period. I mean, how can you not like a game with Mafia characters, and the ability to shoot cans. It is rediculous and entertaining at the same time, plus you don't have to worry about the mafia getting you back when you shoot one of them like in real life.
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Final Fantasy Legend (Game Boy)

Final Fantasy Legend review (GB)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

This game was the first type of Final Fantasy Game I ever had. I loved it sense the start, even though I lost the game. Sooner or later I will rebuy this game because it is one of the best games ever made. Now some believe that this game has no relation to the Final Fantasy series, and in truth they are correct. This is actually part of another series (SaGa) that was given the Final Fantasy name in America. Either way Square had added another game to its famous title, and one that is deservin...
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NHL Hockey '95 (Game Boy)

NHL Hockey '95 review (GB)

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I am a huge fan of the NHL, and as a child my parents would not let me have a Super Nintendo or a Nintendo 64 (took some convincing but I have both now). This left me with no real systems to play an NHL game on, because there was practically none for the Classic Nintendo. So I asked for this game for my birthday and got it. As with all sport games, you have to memorize a password after every game to continue playing that season, and that always leads to me losing interest to a game fast.
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Final Fantasy IX (PlayStation)

Final Fantasy IX review (PSX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

What prompted me to buy this game? Perhaps it was my longing for another great story from Square. Because that's what most Square RPGs are, a story, with some new gameplay devised thrown in for good measure. Another reason was the return to ''Old School'' Fantasy, not the modern fantasy of VII and VIII. (Which has it’s own charm, mind you) I was willing to put up with the random battles and leveling up, but was very surprised when neither were really that bad. Thanks to this game, I am now ...
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Well of Souls (PC)

Well of Souls review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Any hardcore fans of Everquest and Asheron's Call can stop reading now; you won't like this game. However, if you're thinking about purchasing those games, you might want to give Well of Souls a test drive. It provides a massively multiplayer game for the gamer who has a life, and doesn't want to spend money recklessly.
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Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness (PC)

Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness review (PC)

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Warcraft 2 is a must-have for any serious real time strategy fan. Despite being around for a good many years, Warcraft 2 still boasts excellent, fun, and entertaining gameplay.
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Solitaire (PC)

Solitaire review (PC)

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Solitaire is a game. It's not merely a fun game. It's a game that has ruined families, brought down kings, corrupted popes, and more importantly, provided endless amounts of time for people to goof off at work and do nothing.
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Scorched Earth (PC)

Scorched Earth review (PC)

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Scorched Earth was a fun little game released for the computer in... Well, who the hell knows when, it was that far back.
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Oregon Trail (PC)

Oregon Trail review (PC)

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Ah, the dutiful Oregon Trail. Always faithful. If you went to any elementary school in the eighties or ninties, you probably played this game on a trusty Apple computer.
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Might & Magic VI: The Mandate of Heaven (PC)

Might & Magic VI: The Mandate of Heaven review (PC)

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Don't get me wrong, Might and Magic 6 is still a decent game. However, it's just not that fun to play and pales in comparision to the other games.
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Might & Magic III: Isles of Terra (PC)

Might & Magic III: Isles of Terra review (PC)

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It has flawless execution and presentation values, and still has value, even when stacked up against the newest role playing games.
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Might & Magic IV: Clouds of Xeen (PC)

Might & Magic IV: Clouds of Xeen review (PC)

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Now comes the real slaughter. Might and Magic IV claims to have digitalized speech. What it really contains is a constipated elephant groaning into a microphone.
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Lemonade Stand (PC)

Lemonade Stand review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

At this point, the game becomes pretty unrealistic - you earn in excess of $50000 a day in lemonade sales, which is pretty impossible unless your clientele includes Bill Gates, The Donald, and Ross Perot.
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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (PC)

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy review (PC)

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Minutes before Earth is about to be blown up by aliens, Ford Prefect manages to hitchhike with Arthur on to another alien ship. The game chronicles the unimportant, stupid, and silly journey that they take.
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Heroes of Might & Magic II: The Succession Wars (PC)

Heroes of Might & Magic II: The Succession Wars review (PC)

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In Heroes of Might and Magic 2, you play a hero, naturally. You have to save the kingdom from invading forces, blah blah blah, eat a pie, game over, you win.
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Final Fantasy VII (PC)

Final Fantasy VII review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

On the console, Final Fantasy 7 is an outstanding game, despite all the hype, in my opinion. On the PC (read again: PC) Final Fantasy 7 barely reaches above mediocre.
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Drug Lord (PC)

Drug Lord review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

People like selling drugs. That's a very easy conclusion to draw. I mean, look at all the popular games that involve drugs - Grand Theft Auto 3, Dope Wars, even Barbie on the old Nintendo Entertainment System. While the latter may not appear to be a drug game, you know the programmers had to be on something to make every single object in the game some form of pink.
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Dope Wars (PC)

Dope Wars review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Dope Wars is a unique stock-market type game, to say the least. In Dope Wars, you still follow the age old adage of ''buy low and sell high''. It's an update of the old skool games Druglord and Drug Wars. However, you're not trading stocks in this game. It's more like ''precious commedities''. *wink wink nudge nudge*
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Diablo (PC)

Diablo review (PC)

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In Diablo, you play the role of a warrior, amazon, or wizard, and you have to go through some dungeon, and kill some evil guy. All of these have special names, but honestly, fourteen retarded monkeys and a goldfish could have written this plot.
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Doom (PC)

Doom review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Big ugly monsters live on the moon of Phobos. And they don't like houseguests.
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