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Mr. Do! (Colecovision)

Mr. Do! review (CVN)

Reviewed on October 30, 2009

Mr. Do is a clown. That's strike one against him. In this self-titled Colecovision debut he harvests cherries lying ripe in bizarre single-screen sub-terrains. His underground world is one of pastel and patterned colors, dirt-munching monsters and easily excavated soil which he burrows through with ease. If only his natural predators weren't so abundant, he might have it made, but alas Mr. Do is forever on the lam, digging for his next cherry under the dogging jaws of Badguys and Diggers, Bl...
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Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga (Wii)

Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga review (WII)

Reviewed on October 29, 2009

The downfall of mankind began with a meteor shower. Those little space rocks were a bad omen; not long after they fell, legions of monsters swarmed across the countryside. Millions were slaughtered, society collapsed, and the few remaining survivors of the various races banded together to save what was left. It took them a while, but they managed to drive back the hordes and lived happily ever after. Their descendants, on the other hand, weren’t so lucky. Evil has returned to the land of Eldar, ...
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Army of Two (PlayStation 3)

Army of Two review (PS3)

Reviewed on October 26, 2009

I am quite surprised to see that nobody has written a review for this game yet. Where to begin; this game does not take place in the present day, it starts in 1994, when private militaries start to take a stronghold in wartime affairs. The story quickly moves forward into the war on terror that started in 2001 and from there things get interesting, focusing on the problems of the day while adding a litte twist to the events and throwing in some humor. The characters are well put together and are...
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Too Human (Xbox 360)

Too Human review (X360)

Reviewed on October 25, 2009

A more optimistic person than myself would probably assume that when a development team spends an entire decade on a pet project of theirs, they’re doing it for the love of the craft, to ensure that the final product is as perfect as it could possibly be. It seems infuriating that Too Human could wind up such a monumentally hollow bore after so much time on the workbench, until the realization hits you that good games only take a couple of years, at the most, to generate. When a ti...
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Mystic Warriors (Arcade)

Mystic Warriors review (ARC)

Reviewed on October 20, 2009

“Mystic Warriors” is some kind of follow up to “Sunset Riders”. It uses the same engine, practically the same GUI, and even plays the same. For those who have never played the game I am comparing this one to: It was a side-scrolling run ‘n’ gun set in the Old American West; you collected power-ups, shot bad guys, and scored points by procuring loot and bar maids. Good times.
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Uncharted 2: Among Thieves (PlayStation 3)

Uncharted 2: Among Thieves review (PS3)

Reviewed on October 15, 2009

Ever wanted to explore an ancient civilization? Make a living as a treasure hunter living on the edge? Jump from truck to truck while fighting for your life? Save the world? Uncharted 2 is the game for you.
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Alex Kidd: High-Tech World (Sega Master System)

Alex Kidd: High-Tech World review (SMS)

Reviewed on October 12, 2009

When it came time to make a sequel to the successful Super Mario Brothers, Japan got what looked like, at first glance, a simple expansion. However, when people actually tried playing it, they were thrown off by the sudden increase in difficulty. It looked like SMB, but it played like a different beast: enemies were placed in cruel spots, purple mushrooms instantly killed with a simple touch, platforms were harder to make, and warps sent you back to earlier levels. Essentially, Super Mario Bros....
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Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (DS)

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story review (DS)

Reviewed on October 10, 2009

The king has been dethroned. Manipulated, betrayed, and forced out of his own castle. His military has been decimated; everyone has been either slaughtered or brainwashed into following the new regime. His few remaining supporters have gone into hiding. The common folk are falling prey to a disease spread by the invaders. And the worst part? All of the realm’s heroes are gone…and it’s the king’s fault. He ate them. The princess and her servants, too. Swallowed them whole, and left them to...
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Cutie Suzuki no Ringside Angel (Genesis)

Cutie Suzuki no Ringside Angel review (GEN)

Reviewed on October 09, 2009

Let me say this now, so I can get it out of the way. I loathe the concept behind Cutie Suzuki no Ringside Angel. Sixteen-bit imagery or no, I see it as nothing more than a show to please men who have nothing better to do than watch scantily-clad women beat each other senseless in a series of wrestling matches. It just disgusts me. Everything. From the “professional” wrestlers often dressed in naught but a bikini to the dumb blonde disguised as a Playboy Bunny that hands out the tro...
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Fading Shadows (PSP)

Fading Shadows review (PSP)

Reviewed on October 09, 2009

Bwahahahahaha!
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Minerva: Metastasis (PC)

Minerva: Metastasis review (PC)

Reviewed on October 08, 2009

It proved fitting that, by the end of Minerva: Metastasis, the glare of its initial daylight had given way to a cold dusk, the sun barely clinging on to the horizon. When I emerged from the game, exhausted and blinking, it turned out the same was true in real life. Four hours had disappeared, and it was night time.
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General Chaos (Genesis)

General Chaos review (GEN)

Reviewed on October 08, 2009

I'm a huge strategy fan, so imagine my delight when I was chosen to review General Chaos for the Sega Megadrive. Its one of the founding fathers of the genre and a lot of RTS details we're now all familiar with made their premier here. Players take control of either General Chaos or his nemesis General Havoc as each team tries to capture their opponent's capital city. You can jump into battles instantly, although there's also an option to play on a large, extremely simplified, RISK-type m...
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Warhawk (PlayStation)

Warhawk review (PSX)

Reviewed on October 06, 2009

I’ll lay it down upfront: I did not like Warhawk. From the sometimes indecipherable graphics to the unwieldy controls, every part of my aesthetic was offended.
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Halo 3: ODST (Xbox 360)

Halo 3: ODST review (X360)

Reviewed on October 05, 2009

If you own Halo 3, and want to get Halo 3: ODST just for the multiplayer, then I highly advise you to pass; the multiplayer in this release is literally the multiplayer from Halo 3, with the only legit difference being the inclusion of three new maps. That's it. Your stats, achievements, appearance, and every other setting you made carries over to the new disc. So, really, all the weight is on the new Campaign and Firefight modes.
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Shin Megami Tensei: Persona (PSP)

Shin Megami Tensei: Persona review (PSP)

Reviewed on October 04, 2009

You know, Shin Megami Tensei fans have had it pretty good lately. The demon-centric RPG series has seen more than half a dozen stateside releases in the last few years alone, and the breakthrough success of Persona 3 and 4 has finally earned this once niche series a spot in gamers' collective consciousness. What better way to capitalize on that than by crafting a revamped reissue of the original Persona to give newer fans a look back at the series' origins? Despite this revival's smattering of...
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Katamari Forever (PlayStation 3)

Katamari Forever review (PS3)

Reviewed on October 03, 2009

The King of All Cosmos has amnesia. Despite all his power, getting hit by a passing meteor was enough to take him down. Now that he’s out of the picture, there’s no one left to manage the Cosmos. You’d think the Prince and the rest of the royal family would be able to step up, but it’s kind of hard to replace one of the most flamboyant and over-the-top characters in recent memory. Instead, they create the RoboKing, a giant mecha capable of doing everything the King could do…without the style, of...
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Space Channel 5: Special Edition (PlayStation 2)

Space Channel 5: Special Edition review (PS2)

Reviewed on October 02, 2009

Visually and musically, Space Channel 5 for the Dreamcast was an experience. However, as a rhythmic video game, it fell flat on its face. I'm not talking about the Simon Says gameplay, where you copy the dance moves your opponent does, no, I'm talking about actually trying to play the game. Unlike many rhythm games that give you on-screen indicators, telling you when to press certain buttons, SC5 rarely does that. You're left with having to time when to press specific buttons based entirely on w...
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The Orange Box (Xbox 360)

The Orange Box review (X360)

Reviewed on October 01, 2009

Every home lining the barren coast of City 17 tells a different story, and none of them end well. The first is barricaded from the inside, presumably thanks to the ruthless Combine if we can rule out social anxiety disorder. Too bad for its residents that their foes thought to cram the original Half-Life's headcrabs into artillery shells and use them as biological weapons. Turning pesky naysayers into braindead drones with gaping maws where their chests should be, that'll learn 'em. Muffl...
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Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Lightsaber Duels (Wii)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Lightsaber Duels review (WII)

Reviewed on October 01, 2009

When the Nintendo Wii first launched in 2006, conversations sparked among gamers of what titles could be made using the system’s groundbreaking gyroscopic technology, and it seemed that almost all of these exchanges came to the same conclusion – they have to make a lightsaber game.
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Trine (PlayStation 3)

Trine review (PS3)

Reviewed on September 25, 2009

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