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Breath of Fire III (PlayStation)

Breath of Fire III review (PSX)

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I never expected BOF3 to satisfy me this much. After playing the game, I'm willing to place it in my top 10 RPG's of all time, just because I love the atmosphere, the way it's presented, the characters, and almost everything about it. It may not meet some gamers' expectations, but I just love how it all falls together.
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Little Nemo: The Dream Master (NES)

Little Nemo: The Dream Master review (NES)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

See, Nemo carries with him an apparently endless supply of bubblegum. Naturally, any good beast appreciates something on which to chew, so you can chuck some of it at a creature, watch for it to start blowing bubbles, then ride it. The creatures that most instantly come to mind are a mole/badger sort of thing, a bumblebee, a crab, and an ape.
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Dead or Alive 3 (Xbox)

Dead or Alive 3 review (XBX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Just because there are a lot of sexy scantily-clad girls who try to knock you out of their senses with boobs doesn't conceal the fact that Dead or Alive 3 is one of the crappiest 3D fighters ever. Sensual women who show whatever they can when you least expect it do not conceal the shallowness of the game. I don't have anything against Ayane as a person, I am not against Kasumi being so sexy. But if these are here to to bring players to a game that doesn't deserve your attention, then Mr. ...
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Felix the Cat (NES)

Felix the Cat review (NES)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Not every stage is restricted to platform hopping. In one, for example, you fly over a desert in a hot air balloon, tossing frisbees at grounded foes. There are also places where you swim, or where you skim along the surface of the water on a dolphin's back. No one type of level is really overdone, so there's a good sense of variety.
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Mutant League Football (Genesis)

Mutant League Football review (GEN)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

The most fun way of killing the opposing players are the Nasty Audibles. These are ''plays'', used once per half, that you can call prior to the snap that have various interesting effects on the resulting plays. The most mundane of these merely enhance the ball carrier's ability, such as giving him Super Speed. The main attractions are the violent ones.
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Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (PlayStation)

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night review (PSX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

The orchestrated soundtrack is full of wonderful, mood-setting tracks. Haunting latin vocals are also featured in certain parts of the game. While the voice-acting is just flat-out bad, there isn't enough dialogue in the game for it to make any difference, and the music and sound effects more than make up for it.
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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 (GameCube)

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 review (GCN)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

The R button, also, does the new Revert move, which, when you're coming off of a lip trick on a ramp, lets you maintain a combo by allowing you to string in a manual...
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The Typing of the Dead (Dreamcast)

The Typing of the Dead review (DC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Games like this are the reason why hardcore gamers respect Sega so much. After all, they certainly don’t know how well such a quirky game would sell...but they don’t care. They are committed to bringing gamers quality games, no matter how much of a niche product it is. Who else but Sega would have the guts to release a typing game based on a light gun game? You certainly wouldn’t see such a thing released by Sony or Nintendo, that’s for sure.
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Chrono Cross (PlayStation)

Chrono Cross review (PSX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Depending on what choices you make, you'll meet different characters, and complete different sub-quests. With multiple endings and paths you can take, this game has tons of replay value.
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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Nintendo 64)

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

If you play your cards right, don't abandon the classic formulas, and continue to innovate, anything is possible, as shown in this, one of the best games ever created - on any system - The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
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Dragon Warrior Monsters (Game Boy Color)

Dragon Warrior Monsters review (GBC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

If you take a look at the box and the instructions for Dragon Warrior Monsters (heretofore to be referred to as DWM), you may be apt to dismiss it as just another Pokémon clone. Well, if you were to do that, you would be wrong. So very wrong. Read on to find out why DWM is not just a mindless Pokémon clone and it in fact is a much better, deeper, and more enjoyable game.
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Dino Crisis 2 (PlayStation)

Dino Crisis 2 review (PSX)

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The game looks better than its prequel, but it just makes it a bit more awkward to navigate in the 2D world. Since you can't go ''anywhere'', like in a 3D game, it's sometimes hard to judge exactly where things are, where you can go, etc.
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The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (Nintendo 64)

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Overall, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is an improvement of its predecessor. However, it doesn't seem to capture the same epic feel as The Ocarina of Time, and, in the end, the first Nintendo 64 Zelda game will be the one you'll always remember.
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Wario Land 3 (Game Boy Color)

Wario Land 3 review (GBC)

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Within the levels, one innovation from Wario Land 2 remains: You are invincible. YOU CAN’T DIE (well, except for on the final boss)! Despite this, WL3 is not by any means an easy game.
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Fear Effect (PlayStation)

Fear Effect review (PSX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

When your fear meter is in the 'red' zone, a single shot will knock your character dead. It's much harder to bring your fear meter back down than it is to bring it up. You must shoot without being seen, and basically do all the opposite things it takes to make the meter increase.
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Shadowgate Classic (Game Boy Color)

Shadowgate Classic review (GBC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Shadowgate Classic is an excellent port of the original 8-bit NES version of the same game; but, unfortunately, it's lacking in the gameplay department when compared to most modern games.
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Conker's Pocket Tales (Game Boy Color)

Conker's Pocket Tales review (GBC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

I got this game thinking it would be really cool like Conker's Bad Fur Day. Once I realized what the plot was like I started to become a little frightened, but the game still had potential to be good. It's pretty sad that I let a kid borrow this game, and then totally forgot about until one day he gave it back for no reason. This game has a huge problem with the age group, for it is cutesy for little kids, but is extremely challenging (Mako Island for example) Well anyway, this is why this game...
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Final Fantasy Tactics (PlayStation)

Final Fantasy Tactics review (PSX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

FFT's storyline is on-par with every other RPG in existence.
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ActRaiser (SNES)

ActRaiser review (SNES)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Actraiser is a beautiful combination of sidescrolling action and godlike simulation games. The simulation mode and amazing soundtrack will really get you hooked into this remarkable game.
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Final Fantasy VII (PlayStation)

Final Fantasy VII review (PSX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Starting with a beautiful opening cinema, FF7 quickly jumps into the action with nice polygons and beautiful, pre-rendered backgrounds. In-game spells and attacks look great, especially the cinematically perfected summon spells.
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