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Drug Lord (PC)

Drug Lord review (PC)

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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)

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Big ugly monsters live on the moon of Phobos. And they don't like houseguests.
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Castle of the Winds 2 (PC)

Castle of the Winds 2 review (PC)

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Castle of the Winds 2 best serves as a time killer. It's very easy to pick up and play. You can save at any point in the game, and as many times as you want. The game itself is less then one megabyte to download.
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Baseball Mogul (PC)

Baseball Mogul review (PC)

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In Baseball Mogul 2000, you control every aspect of a major league baseball team. And when I say everything, I mean EVERYTHING. You control the starting lineup, the pitching rotation, the gaming philosophy, the minor league prospects, even the ticket and beer prices. You are a one man owner, manager, and general manager.
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Blood (PC)

Blood review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Basically, Blood is an average first person shooter that relies on gimmicks (kicking severed heads, oodles of gore, having the name of ''Blood'') to seperate it from the other games.
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Castle of the Winds (PC)

Castle of the Winds review (PC)

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Castle of the Winds is proof that you don't need anything resembling graphics, sound, or story to have a fun and entertaining game.
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3D Pinball: Space Cadet (PC)

3D Pinball: Space Cadet review (PC)

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The best thing that Space Cadet Pinball has going for it is that it's free. All of its other features are done much better in commercial games.
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10-Six (PC)

10-Six review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Pretty much ANY other multiplayer game is better then 10-Six. Steer clear of this.
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Olympic Summer Games: Atlanta 1996 (Game Boy)

Olympic Summer Games: Atlanta 1996 review (GB)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

I bought the game for a dollar from a friend, and then sold it to another friend for a dollar. This is how a cheap game cycles from person to person. I do not know what Olympic year this is based on, but my guess what would be 1992, cause it is a fairly old game. This game has it's uses, like as a coaster of some sorts, or to make some quick change for gum. Let's just say that this game wasn't too disapointing, cause I had no expectations for the game to begin with.
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Godzilla (Game Boy)

Godzilla review (GB)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

You would think Godzilla would be an action paced game with a lot of fighting in it. Instead they made a game, where the point is too punch blocks around. I finally got rid of this game a few months ago, and Electronics Boutique checked their computer, and Godzilla was worth 0$. They did end up giving me two dollars anyway, cause the guy thought it was hilarious that the game was so cheap. But in truth Godzilla is not that bad if you like level after level of puzzles.
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Elevator Action (Game Boy)

Elevator Action review (GB)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Simply put, the first time you hear an alarm go off you'll want to rip the game out of your Game Boy and throw it down the toilet.
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Super Mario Land (Game Boy)

Super Mario Land review (GB)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

All of this reminds me that the original creator of Mario must have had one hell of a time thinking of the concept. Honestly, an Italian plumber who gets more powerful after munching on pretty multi-colored mushrooms and ''flowers''? Me thinks some programmers should lay off the brown acid...
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Tetris (Game Boy)

Tetris review (GB)

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You can not call yourself a real gamer if you haven't played Tetris.
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NBA 2K2 (Dreamcast)

NBA 2K2 review (DC)

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NBA2K2 is the pinnacle of basketball gaming at this point in time. No other game offers all the features and just straight out basketball options that NBA2K2 does. The only competitor to NBA2K2's throne, the NBA Live series, is still grossly behind the greatness that is NBA2K2.
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Zombies Ate My Neighbors (SNES)

Zombies Ate My Neighbors review (SNES)

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The enemies in the game are extremely comical, ranging from the afermentioned baby to flame demons to chainsaw wielding hockey players. For them, the gloves are off. *rimshot*
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X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse (SNES)

X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse review (SNES)

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If you like action games, or the X-men, you'll like this, I guarantee.
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U.N. Squadron (SNES)

U.N. Squadron review (SNES)

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The bottom line is, if you like shooting games, you'll like this. It offers a few more layers then the typical shooter, and it's a blast to play.
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Final Fantasy Legend II (Game Boy)

Final Fantasy Legend II review (GB)

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This would be the only Final Fantasy Legend game I have not lost of the three made, and I am happy to say that I still have it and still play it. This is an excellent game for the classic gameboy, and it is better than most Gameboy Advance and Gameboy Color games. The storyline, intertwined with entralling gameplay, and an overall experience that you will want to try over and over again. While it is likely the hardest game created with Final Fantasy in its name (at least in my mind) you will spe...
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