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Type: Review
Game: Samurai Shodown V (Miscellaneous)
Posted: March 22, 2004 (04:09 AM)
Samurai Shodown 5 is very, very difficult for me to review. On the one hand, I thoroughly enjoy the game, and I find myself playing it more and more. On the other, itís basically a slap in the face to fans of the series; which I am admittedly not.
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Type: Review
Game: Ragnarok Online (Miscellaneous)
Posted: March 20, 2004 (09:46 AM)
Ragnarok Online (RO) is a very, very basic MMORPG (Which is a ridiculously long acronym for the even more ridiculously long phrase Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game). Really, you donít get much more simple than this. But hey, simple isnít always a bad thing. What do you do in Mario Brothers? You run and jump.
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Type: Review
Game: Garou: Mark of the Wolves (Miscellaneous)
Posted: February 11, 2004 (03:11 AM)
SNK has always been the glorious underdog of fighting games. Due to being mostly arcade based, since the Neo Geo's success can be considered laughable at best, not many gamers were able to be exposed to SNK's impressive work. Since games such as Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat were produced to the more popular consoles, they got more recognition. But in my opinion, and most other fans of the Fighting genre, that's the only reason Street Fighter currently holds it's posistion at the top.
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Type: Review
Game: Namco Museum (PlayStation 2)
Posted: March 24, 2003 (05:46 PM)
Namco Museum is pretty much just one big set of mini-games. Coming with a quite large list of games from the age of gaming where sound, plot and graphics weren't important. It was all about High Scores and Gameplay, woo!
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Type: Review
Game: Dark Cloud (PlayStation 2)
Posted: March 24, 2003 (05:06 PM)
Dark Cloud was an almost-likable experience. I had alot of fun building up my weapons, rebuilding towns and figuring out where the townspeople wanted to be. Unfortunantly, there's only a few dungeons in the game. And all they are is pretty much the same surroundings(although the levels are randomly generated) for 15-20 levels, and the same monsters as the dungeon before, except with a palette swap.
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Type: Review
Game: Devil May Cry 2 (PlayStation 2)
Posted: March 21, 2003 (11:51 PM)
Contrary to what you may have read, Devil May Cry 2 is NOT a bad game...I know it's not for everyone, but for everyone that likes games for the actual game, you'll love this. Here's why.
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