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Type: Review
Game: XS Moto (Game Boy Advance)
Posted: December 08, 2004 (09:17 PM)
In this world of ours, there are top-notch and "middle-of-the-road" developers and publishers. Yet, there are still the "value" (AKA "Bottom of the Barrel") publishers and developers. Such a label tends to stick to the company for a very long time, not that they care. Many of the value publishers only care about making money with games, with very little regard of the quality of the game. In any case, these companies just want to have it produced in the fastest and cheapest way possible, usually ...
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Type: Review
Game: IK+ (Game Boy Advance)
Posted: December 08, 2004 (09:15 PM)
In today's world, there are plenty of old, outdated video games that are yearning to be remade on a new console. Whether they do well or not is up to the company who handles it, each one being able to bring it back in many different ways, for better or for worse. But how they can go about it depends on how the game needs to be updated. Some can stick the game in a compilation, some can remake the game much like how "Double Dragon" "River City Ransom EX" were handled. But the most dangerous by fa...
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Type: Review
Game: Defender of the Crown (Game Boy Advance)
Posted: December 08, 2004 (08:17 PM)
Huzzah! An excellent Cinemaware medieval strategy game (based off an old Amiga game) for the Game Boy Advance. Defender of the Crown has had a long history in the gaming world, and it all started on the Commodore Amiga. Soon, it spread to many platforms (including the Commodore 64, Atari ST, Nintendo Entertainment System, DOS PC, and many more). Defender of the Crown has many mini-games along with a classic turn-based strategy game engine (Which seems to based off the board game "Risk"). Through...
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Type: Review
Game: Wings (Game Boy Advance)
Posted: December 08, 2004 (08:16 PM)
"Wings" is a World War I flight-simulator/shooter game based off an old Amiga game from Cinemaware. The GBA version has many different missions, while keeping to the same formula of the original. There's Dogfighting missions (The Flight-Simulation part), Strafing missions (The Shooter part), and Bombing missions (Pretty self-explanatory). You can be either the Allies or the Germans, with over 100 missions for each side.
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