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Type: Review
Game: Rock Revolution (Xbox 360)
Posted: November 12, 2008 (02:42 PM)
It by no means beats out Harmonix's effort in terms of gameplay, but if you've played so much Rock Band that you're in danger of burning out on the series -- or if you were disappointed by the lackluster Guitar Hero: World Tour -- Rock Revolution is a refreshing alternative.
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Type: Review
Game: Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (Xbox 360)
Posted: August 14, 2008 (03:55 PM)
Aerosmith fans will be left disappointed by a sparse and omission-filled track list, and Guitar Hero devotees will find little of the difficulty they crave. If anything, I'm going to remember Guitar Hero: Aerosmith as the first video game to accurately simulate the embarrassment and humiliation of being an opening act.

Type: Review
Game: Bully: Scholarship Edition (Xbox 360)
Posted: March 28, 2008 (04:29 AM)
Whether you're the new kid at Bullworth or an accomplished alumni, Bully: Scholarship Edition is well worth your money, but only if you approach it with patience and keep your expectations in check.
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Type: Review
Game: Harvest in the Heartland (DS)
Posted: December 29, 2007 (11:19 AM)
Harvest in the Heartland is surprisingly fun for the first few hours, and hardcore Harvest Moon nuts may want to give it a look just out of curiosity, to see how an American developer approaches what has until now been an exclusively Japanese genre.
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Type: Review
Game: Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Burning Earth (Wii)
Posted: December 05, 2007 (12:34 AM)
The two-player mode offers small amounts of dumb fun, but otherwise, The Burning Earth is ultimately shallow, problematic, and frustrating. Go for it if you've got room in your heart for another licensed brawler. Otherwise, you're better off bending air elsewhere.
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Type: Review
Game: Dance Dance Revolution: Ultramix 4 (Xbox)
Posted: December 02, 2006 (04:10 AM)
Ultramix 4 features a variety of interesting step charts that sync well to the background music, and while few stages are difficult enough to challenge those who have mastered the hardest songs in past DDR releases, beginners and intermediate-level players will find a lot to like here.
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