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Spot Goes to Hollywood (Saturn)

Spot Goes to Hollywood review (SAT)

Reviewed on March 10, 2009

Cool Spot was a game I never played that much, especially back when it was released for the Sega Genesis. However, despite that, it still managed to leave a lasting impression on me. Whenever I think of the game, one of the first things I automatically remember is the opening, where Spot, a red dot with shades, the 7 UP mascot, jumps in and out of the SEGA logo, which is shortly followed by Spot pushing the giant Virgin Interactive logo on screen, all by himself. Then, finally, the title screen ...
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Castlevania: Dracula X (SNES)

Castlevania: Dracula X review (SNES)

Reviewed on March 09, 2009

I donít make any pretensions to be a hardcore gamer, but I really love the Castlevania series. It doesnít hold any nostalgic value for me as I was a relative latecomer to the series. I dabbled in the NES entries for a bit, but I didnít fall in love until playing Symphony of the Night. It was from here that I started to seek out other games in the series, which led to my playing Castlevania: Dracula X for the Super Nintendo. It remains one of the most enjoyable 2D action games I have ever played...
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Liquid War (PC)

Liquid War review (PC)

Reviewed on March 07, 2009

Let me take you back to my first year of college at the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington (I know youíd probably rather not be taken to Tacoma, but bear with me). The year was 2002. Life was simpler back then. You didnít have to own three home consoles and two hand-held systems to round out your gaming experience. Xbox users didnít have to worry about their machines spontaneously combusting. Roommates didnít have to keep glass valuables out of Wii-range. Half Life 2 hadnít even...
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Rise of the Argonauts (PlayStation 3)

Rise of the Argonauts review (PS3)

Reviewed on March 06, 2009

Review: Rise of the Argonauts
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Clive Barker's Undying (Mac)

Clive Barker's Undying review (MAC)

Reviewed on March 05, 2009

Patrick Galloway traverses the silent corridors of an ancient manor. His long hair sticks to his face with sweat, and he absently brushes it away with the barrel of his magnum revolver. His other hand clutches a stone that glows softly with un-revealed power, dimly lighting the otherwise dark hallway. Somewhere in the distance, eerie laughter can just be heard over the heavy sound of rainfall. Patrick shakes his head as if to clear it. Heís here to help his friend, Jeremiah Covenant, explai...
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Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence (PlayStation 2)

Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence review (PS2)

Reviewed on March 04, 2009

It has been nearly five years since the release of Metal Gear Solid 3, and in that time I can think of no game Iíve enjoyed more. The gameplay and narrative of MGS3 is far above those of the previous games, though I donít mean them disrespect in anyway. MGS3 was simply the culmination of the strongest elements of the previous two games, while adding its own powerful flavor to the mix. MGS3 contains so much variety, so much depth, and so many possibilities that even well after 20 playthroughs I h...
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Retro Game Challenge (DS)

Retro Game Challenge review (DS)

Reviewed on March 04, 2009

Nostalgia is a powerful thing. It strikes when you least suspect it, in that one, awe-inspiring moment in which you realize what youíve forgotten. What youíve left behind. Sure, you might be immersed in some hundred-hour RPG, or slaughtering random baddies with your huge arsenal of high-tech weapons. You enjoy what the current generation of games can offer you. Thereís nothing wrong with that; gaming has come a long way in the last twenty years. If youíre old enough, you can appreciate such adva...
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Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers (Wii)

Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers review (WII)

Reviewed on March 04, 2009

Slaying is such a guilty pleasure. Really, it is. You might deny it, claim that you derive pleasure from something more intellectually stimulating. Something nicer. But once youíve gotten a taste, itís hard to stop. Itís beautiful, mesmerizing in its own disturbing way; the blood doesnít just seep out, but gushes forth in a glorious fountain of gore. The dismembered limbs donít just fall away, but go flying across the room and leave splattered trails in their wakes. The heads are especial...
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Hello Kitty's Cube Frenzy (PlayStation)

Hello Kitty's Cube Frenzy review (PSX)

Reviewed on March 03, 2009

Unfortunately, this review begins with content that cannot properly be displayed on some pages on the site (including this one). No excerpt is currently available, but this review still meets the site's quality standards and you are encouraged to read it anyway if you're interested in the title.
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Resident Evil: Code Veronica X (PlayStation 2)

Resident Evil: Code Veronica X review (PS2)

Reviewed on March 02, 2009

When it comes to Resident Evil, I openly admit to being a fanboy. I buy the comics, the toys, the skins and any other gimmick I can find; most of it in anticipation for Resident Evil 5. Iím so eager, in fact, that I was willing to play Code Veronica based solely on a rumor that it contained a very shortóalbeit significantóplot revelation for the upcoming RE 5.
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Skies of Arcadia (Dreamcast)

Skies of Arcadia review (DC)

Reviewed on February 26, 2009

A game doesn't necessarily have to do anything different to be a good one. While many tout games such as Donkey Konga or Rez for their "innovations", they forget that a simply yet expertly crafted game almost always ends up offering more beef than these so-called breaths of fresh air. Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Metroid, Doom; many of the games considered to be revolutionary classics never really revolutionized anything at all, polishing their wheels to a perfect shine as opposed to reinventing t...
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Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection (Xbox 360)

Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection review (X360)

Reviewed on February 25, 2009

As a compilation, Sega Mega Drive Ultimate Collection has several flaws.
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Quest 64 (Nintendo 64)

Quest 64 review (N64)

Reviewed on February 24, 2009

The Nintendo 64 has only one great RPG, and it is not Quest 64.
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DJ Max Portable Emotional Sense - Clazziquai Edition  (PSP)

DJ Max Portable Emotional Sense - Clazziquai Edition review (PSP)

Reviewed on February 22, 2009

Face it, DJ Max is too tough for you. The twitch rhythm game's reputation is based on insane difficulty. For normal people, the highest eight-button setting exceeds impossibility. Six-button mode merely approaches that insurmountable level. Five-button mode, meant as a baby-step in training, brings its own hindrance: as the fifth button can be covered by either hand. Even four-buttons, the absolute floor, can produce anguish on the tougher songs. So consider DJ Max Portable Emoti...
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Burnout Paradise (Xbox 360)

Burnout Paradise review (X360)

Reviewed on February 22, 2009

If anyone has read my regular articles as of late, you would know that the reason this review has been put off for so long is because of my wife and her obsession with giving gifts for Valentine's Day. So anyway, without further adieu, I give you the review of Burnout: Paradise for the 360.
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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (PlayStation 3)

Tony Hawk's Proving Ground review (PS3)

Reviewed on February 22, 2009

I finally got myself a PS3 about a week back and boy what sound investment that was. For a mere 350 Duckets I got a PS3, a controller, a copy of Warhawk, a Bluetooth headset, and a copy of Proving Ground.
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Lost Odyssey (Xbox 360)

Lost Odyssey review (X360)

Reviewed on February 22, 2009

Since the last game I reviewed was the religious equivalent to a Strawberry Shortcake that was prepared by Jesus himself, I figured this time I would go with a game that can be best described as shit covered shit with shit filling. Now before I start tearing in to the aforementioned fecal pastry, I'd like all of you to know that I typically like (read: worship) Japanese Role-Playing games and are usually impressed and utterly moved by the emotions that their story tends to offer. That being said...
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Deus Ex: Invisible War (PC)

Deus Ex: Invisible War review (PC)

Reviewed on February 20, 2009

I suppose itís unfair to expect anything to be as deep, involving, and utterly groundbreaking as Deus Ex, a game that is frequently imitated but seldom equaled. Whatís interesting is that its sequel, Deus Ex: Invisible War, was also developed by Ion Storm, and headed by many of the same individuals (I checked), yet it still feels like the kind of pale mimicry that would come from a team alien to this sort of thing, who understand where theyíre going but have no idea how to get ther...
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Dragon Warrior III (NES)

Dragon Warrior III review (NES)

Reviewed on February 20, 2009

When I set out from my hometown in ďDragon Warrior III,Ē the first thing I saw was a tower on a solitary island. I couldnít resist wondering what treasures lay within the spire and what dangers guarded them. In my quest to vanquish the odious Lord Baramos and avenge my father, I made it my first order of business to find a way into those walls and see what was inside.
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1080 Snowboarding (Nintendo 64)

1080 Snowboarding review (N64)

Reviewed on February 20, 2009

1080į Snowboarding is a racer and an extreme sports game, but it is never both of those things at the same time, and it doesnít fare too well with either.
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