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Half-Life (PC)

Half-Life review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Four years after its release date and despite its aging graphics, the game is still relevant today and still far better than many of its more recent counterparts.
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Zone of the Enders (PlayStation 2)

Zone of the Enders review (PS2)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

There are a lot of very well-done features in this game, which should not be overlooked, but also enough cons to lessen the pack of it's punch a great deal.
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American McGee's Alice (PC)

American McGee's Alice review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

After finding your first weapon (the Vorpal Blade), it will become quite clear that you're not just in Wonderland for sightseeing. This becomes even more clear when you are attacked by one of the Heart Queen's guards.
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Sonic Adventure (Dreamcast)

Sonic Adventure review (DC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

See, the game isn't just about action stages. Taking a note from Mario, Sega decided to include a central hub that collects levels. This area is populated by people and wide open spaces where nothing is happening. To get from one area to the next, Sonic must traverse the extremely dull hub, and perhaps even solve a few puzzles along the way. Even if he happens to be retrieving some power-up, though, this portion of the game is downright dull.
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Maximo: Ghosts to Glory (PlayStation 2)

Maximo: Ghosts to Glory review (PS2)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Maximo is supposedly some sort of tribute to Ghosts 'n Goblins. Unfortuntely, like Five's tribute to Queen with their 'We Will Rock You' cover, it's a bit rubbish.
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Elevator Action (Game Boy)

Elevator Action review (GB)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Simply put, the first time you hear an alarm go off you'll want to rip the game out of your Game Boy and throw it down the toilet.
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Maximo: Ghosts to Glory (PlayStation 2)

Maximo: Ghosts to Glory review (PS2)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Capcom’s latest may be just what you need if you are a platforming or nostalgia freak, but be wary; underneath the near-perfect graphics and pick up and play game mechanics lurks something much more sinister.
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Super Mario Land (Game Boy)

Super Mario Land review (GB)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

All of this reminds me that the original creator of Mario must have had one hell of a time thinking of the concept. Honestly, an Italian plumber who gets more powerful after munching on pretty multi-colored mushrooms and ''flowers''? Me thinks some programmers should lay off the brown acid...
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Super Mario Bros. Deluxe (Game Boy Color)

Super Mario Bros. Deluxe review (GBC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

I remember when men were men and mushrooms were the villainous scum standing between us and a kiss from the princess. Nintendo’s efforts to reinvigorate the classic with new modes is definitely appreciated, but that shouldn’t make you buy the cartridge. Instead, pick it up if you like the idea of stomping mushrooms on the road. In the end, that’s what it comes down to.
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Smashing Drive (GameCube)

Smashing Drive review (GCN)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

The minute you have control of your cab, things start happening. Cars are speeding toward you, jets are landing and taking off, ferries are moving across the water, a giant gorilla is scaling a skyscraper, and so forth. The environments always sport a good level of activity.
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Tetris (Game Boy)

Tetris review (GB)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

You can not call yourself a real gamer if you haven't played Tetris.
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The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX (Game Boy Color)

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX review (GBC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Though the world is massive and intricately-designed (and the dungeons too), there are likely to come several points where you find yourself groaning as you realize you have to make a trip back over most of the map. At such times, the map can seem a shade too sparesely populated by worthy opponents, or the number of rocks and holes you encounter may prove irritating.
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Pac-Man World 2 (GameCube)

Pac-Man World 2 review (GCN)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

The variety from level to level isn't so huge, but there are 6 different worlds, each of which is quite distinct. You have your usual intro levels, the forest world, the ice world, the fire world, the water world, and the boss world. Each world has 3 or 4 stages and a boss encounter.
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NBA 2K2 (Dreamcast)

NBA 2K2 review (DC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

NBA2K2 is the pinnacle of basketball gaming at this point in time. No other game offers all the features and just straight out basketball options that NBA2K2 does. The only competitor to NBA2K2's throne, the NBA Live series, is still grossly behind the greatness that is NBA2K2.
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Star Fox 64 (Nintendo 64)

Star Fox 64 review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

This game has massive replay value. There are at least two dozen different paths you can take to the final level, meaning the game isn't linear by any means. There are secret routes, multiple endings to each stage, etc...
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Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec (PlayStation 2)

Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec review (PS2)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

80 events. Sound like a big number? It is. While the first GT featured a healthy number of events, and GT2 featured more than double as many events as the first, GT3 more than triples the number of GT2's events. There is also a lot more variety in the races here.
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Maximo: Ghosts to Glory (PlayStation 2)

Maximo: Ghosts to Glory review (PS2)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

While the majority of platformers are based mostly on exploration, platform-jumping and mini-games, Maximo is probably 50% fighting, 50% platforming. It concentrates a lot more on battle than other games of it's genre, which is partly what makes the game so different and fun.
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Banjo-Kazooie (Nintendo 64)

Banjo-Kazooie review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

There's the usual range of areas, from the beach and snow areas I already mentioned to a swampland, a desert, a forest and even a haunted house (as well as an underwater stage). That may sound like a bad thing if you're one of those who craves originality on all levels, yet each locale's presentation is so flawless that you won't mind wandering through the same 'old hat' one final time.
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ICO (PlayStation 2)

ICO review (PS2)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

''Single white female seeks young horny male to take me by the hand, and lead me from the shadows. Must posess unending patience, and a big stick.''
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Olympic Summer Games: Atlanta 1996 (Game Boy)

Olympic Summer Games: Atlanta 1996 review (GB)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

I bought the game for a dollar from a friend, and then sold it to another friend for a dollar. This is how a cheap game cycles from person to person. I do not know what Olympic year this is based on, but my guess what would be 1992, cause it is a fairly old game. This game has it's uses, like as a coaster of some sorts, or to make some quick change for gum. Let's just say that this game wasn't too disapointing, cause I had no expectations for the game to begin with.
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