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Type: Review
Game: Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee (Xbox)
Posted: April 06, 2003 (07:32 AM)
Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee, may very well be one of the best platforming games you can possibly play. Yeah, I know, another big statement, but the proof is coming. Like a legal case, this review has several exhibits for you to review before you declare a game playable or guilty of gameslaughter 1.
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Type: Review
Game: Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon (Xbox)
Posted: April 05, 2003 (06:41 AM)
Ghost Recon is one of the best games you will play all year. You're probably thinking, ''Whoah, back up a minute. Most reviews don't start by saying that. What proof do you have?'' Well, the game itself is proof enough.
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Type: Review
Game: Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell (Xbox)
Posted: March 31, 2003 (07:29 PM)
The average American person has four basic freedoms. Freedom of speech, worship, freedom from poverty, and from want. But one man in the NSA has another freedom...a fifth freedom. He is Sam Fisher, operative of the Third Eschelon in the National Security Administration, USA.
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Type: Review
Game: MechAssault (Xbox)
Posted: March 31, 2003 (07:14 PM)
Lightning streaks across the sky, lighting up the forest around you. You quickly take stock while the illumination abounds. Enemies spotted. Infantry, Elemental power armor, tanks, choppers, and worst of all, mechs. 5 storie tall lumbering beasts of destruction are coming for your blood. That's the bad news. Good news is you're in a mech too. As you continue to destroy everything, you hear growling coming from your stomach. It's time to put the game up and eat, but you don't want to. You can't. ...
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Type: Review
Game: Blinx: The Time Sweeper (Xbox)
Posted: November 04, 2002 (10:24 AM)
Blinx: The Time Sweeper. Sounds really odd, doesn't it? A cat who can manipulate time? Kinda odd, huh? Well, yes. But it is really fun to play.You take control of Blinx, a time cat, who is on a mission to destroy time monsters and save the princess. Before you write this one off as a Mario clone, let me tell you about his special ablities. Blinx can collect time crystals to give him the power to manipulate time. He can pause, fast forward, rewind, record, and slow time like your average VCR. He ...
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