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Lemonade Stand (PC)

Lemonade Stand review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

At this point, the game becomes pretty unrealistic - you earn in excess of $50000 a day in lemonade sales, which is pretty impossible unless your clientele includes Bill Gates, The Donald, and Ross Perot.
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Perfect Dark (Nintendo 64)

Perfect Dark review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

So this is Perfect Dark, Goldeneye’s sequel. Rare and Nintendo have done a great job on this game, but it is still just an update of Goldeneye. You can tell that the graphics and sound were all directly taken straight out of Goldeneye. And yes, if you’re wondering, I’m going to be making a lot of Goldeneye references in this review; PD is a sequel, so it should be better than its precessor.
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Sonic Adventure (Dreamcast)

Sonic Adventure review (DC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

I was all excited when I first heard of Sonic Adventure and got my Dreamcast. I thought that it would be just like the other Sonic games for Genesis, like Sonic 2, which I thought was a work of art, only in the third dimension. I even saw a demo of it playng in a store, and thought it was still good. I also purchased Soul Calibur for Dreamcast, and thought that SA would be like SC, too. Boy, was I wrong.
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SoulCalibur (Dreamcast)

SoulCalibur review (DC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Soul Calibur, I thought would never surpass the Mortal Kombat series. When my sister introduced it to me, I wasn't really that excited to play it and get into it. IT looked really stupid, if you asked me. Heck, there wasn't even any blood in it! Little did I know that there need not be blood to make a good fighting game.
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Parasite Eve (PlayStation)

Parasite Eve review (PSX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Particularly nice in the opening scene is a pan across the Statue of Liberty — rendered so beautifully, yet bearing a disturbingly sad look upon its face... the setting is so quiet and calm that you just know something horrible is going to happen.
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Might & Magic III: Isles of Terra (PC)

Might & Magic III: Isles of Terra review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

It has flawless execution and presentation values, and still has value, even when stacked up against the newest role playing games.
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Wario Land II (Game Boy Color)

Wario Land II review (GBC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

''It's very well done, and nicely presented but it seems rushed to me, and it's not nearly as fun as it should be.''
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Might & Magic IV: Clouds of Xeen (PC)

Might & Magic IV: Clouds of Xeen review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Now comes the real slaughter. Might and Magic IV claims to have digitalized speech. What it really contains is a constipated elephant groaning into a microphone.
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Rampage 2: Universal Tour (Nintendo 64)

Rampage 2: Universal Tour review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Any area starts with a timer that ticks down toward monster Armageddon, and you have to destroy every building before that happens or else planes will come through dropping bombs that cut short your adventure. You can pick up clocks to delay the blessed event, but really the most effective technique is to just work fast at the wanton destruction. Otherwise, it doesn’t take long to plow through your reserves on a particularly large city.
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Arkanoid (NES)

Arkanoid review (NES)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Arkanoid is the remake of the classic break-out. It's pretty much the same thing only with enhanced graphics.
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Might & Magic VI: The Mandate of Heaven (PC)

Might & Magic VI: The Mandate of Heaven review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Don't get me wrong, Might and Magic 6 is still a decent game. However, it's just not that fun to play and pales in comparision to the other games.
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Harvest Moon 2 GBC (Game Boy Color)

Harvest Moon 2 GBC review (GBC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Unfortunately you can't go and tip cows under cover of darkness (I'll have to stick to real farms for those perks) but you can do just about every other imaginable thing that you might be required to do if you were a farmer.
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Blades of Steel (NES)

Blades of Steel review (NES)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Konami made another sports game. Whattya know, it was good! It appears Konami made more quality titles on the NES than any other system. This was one of the first hockey games. It was the first to have fist fighting, and what a nice add-on it was. I enjoyed beating the crap out of other players who happened to bump me. Great job Konami.
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Oregon Trail (PC)

Oregon Trail review (PC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Ah, the dutiful Oregon Trail. Always faithful. If you went to any elementary school in the eighties or ninties, you probably played this game on a trusty Apple computer.
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Bugs Bunny in Crazy Castle 4 (Game Boy Color)

Bugs Bunny in Crazy Castle 4 review (GBC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

But really, on the parts of the buyer and the developer, what's the point?
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Burger Time (NES)

Burger Time review (NES)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Did somebody say McDonald's?
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Space Station: Silicon Valley (Nintendo 64)

Space Station: Silicon Valley review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Rather than trying to find all the cheese nuggets on a mountain, or all the geepeepaboos, you are instead trying to reassemble your ship. Though this may sound like just another fetch quest, it feels like so much more thanks to intuitive execution. You don't just bounce merrily up the side of a hill, or ride an ostrich, or put on the magical cape and feather hat. In fact, such tasks would be nearly impossible for you, since your form is roughly equivalent to a waffle maker with legs.
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Double Dragon (NES)

Double Dragon review (NES)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Every so often in a system's life, a game comes that creates a new genre. This is that game. The game that started the beat'em-up genre is here. And it's waiting for you....it's name is Double Dragon. For it's time it was spectacular, even now I still play it every so often. Not to mention it was one of the first games with multiplayer.
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Rayman (Game Boy Color)

Rayman review (GBC)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Rayman is a triumph of real fast, furious gameplay over tired gimmicks and cheap gameplay tricks. It comes as a slap in the face to fools like Titus and THQ, reminding us all that there is still fun to be had from 2D platforming.
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Flying Dragon: The Secret Scroll (NES)

Flying Dragon: The Secret Scroll review (NES)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Synoposis: Innovative but Lacking Game; 7/10
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