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Soldier Blade (TurboGrafx-16)

Soldier Blade review (TG16)

Reviewed on March 02, 2008

If you own a Wii and you've caroused the selection of titles available on the Virtual Console, you might have noticed something about the Turbografx-16: nearly every game is a shooter. If you didn't already know that, then chances are you haven't had much experience with the genre. The people that play shooters generally know the field very well, and as such most games in this category are specifically targeted at a very small audience. Games like Ikaruga and Gradius V were not...
Summer Carnival '92: Recca (NES)

Summer Carnival '92: Recca review (NES)

Reviewed on February 08, 2008

Do not play Recca if you have a heart condition or do not wish to develop a heart condition. That's not even a joke. Recca is one of those shooters that makes you want to scream at the top of your lungs and beat your head against the floor until you are found days later curled in the fetal position in a cold shower foaming at the mouth -- in the best way possible. Your hands will twitch furiously, you'll stop blinking, and -- with all probability -- you will lose control of your...
Endless Ocean (Wii)

Endless Ocean review (WII)

Reviewed on January 26, 2008

Endless Ocean provides a unique challenge to both a reviewer and a player in that it seems to resist straight-forward description. While it can be said that the experience of playing any game will differ from player to player since no two people will want to play a game in quite the same way, Endless Ocean is essentially stripped of what little shared experiences gamers may have. There is virtually nothing to in Endless Ocean other than swim aimlessly among the fish of its...
Star Soldier: Vanishing Earth (Nintendo 64)

Star Soldier: Vanishing Earth review (N64)

Reviewed on January 18, 2008

The fifth level of this game has an almost Derridian, self-reflexivity to it: the screen goes black, you see the words "Level 5" in bold white text, and a deep male voice announces the stage's subtitle, "Terrible". Vanishing Earth is without a doubt the worst shoot 'em up on the N64. It's also the best. In fact, it is the only shoot 'em up on the N64. Unfortunately, it is so generic, so flawed, and so unresponsive that you'll feel like your playing underwater, that it isn't worth your...
Turok: Rage Wars (Nintendo 64)

Turok: Rage Wars review (N64)

Reviewed on January 15, 2008

Did you know that there were multiplayer first-person shooters for the N64 other Goldeneye and Perfect Dark? No really Ė itís true! Turok: Rage Wars is the fleshed out multiplayer scenario that didnít quite pan out in Turok 2: Seeds of Evil. It might not offer the compelling single player found in Rareís dominating shooters, but the combination of well designed maps, balanced weapons, and a flying drill called the cerebral bore (which does exactly what you think it...
Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord (NES)

Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord review (NES)

Reviewed on January 14, 2008

You are in a dark dungeon. The stench of kobolds overpowers you as you squint down the dark hall. You step forward and pause, fearful of an ambush from an unseen band of highway men. When the ambush does not come, you feel brief relief -- but it is short lived, for each and every step you take, could be your last. You turn and look behind you. Through the darkness, you can no longer see the ladder that you used to descend into this labyrinth. What madness has driven you here?
Life Force (NES)

Life Force review (NES)

Reviewed on January 13, 2008

If you have seen the movie Silent Hill then you may remember the moment before Rose descends into the underground labyrinth to confront the so-called "demon". She stands briefly before a map, closes her eyes, and attempts to commit the path she must follow through those winding halls to her memory. Her experiences thus far in the film have taught her to expect any assortment of horrifying abominations to obstruct her way, thus any misstep she might make would likely result in her death....

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