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Final Fantasy Tactics (PlayStation)

Final Fantasy Tactics review (PSX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Final Fantasy Tactics. This game and I have a very long history. It was bought for me as a birthday present and the first day I got it, I dug in. Within the first day at about the fourth level I was stuck. That's right the inevitable ''stuck''. I was there for a very long time, probably about a year or so, I was ready to give up. Finally one day I picked it up and by some video game miracle I made it pass that level. I was again caught up in the story line, urging myself forward through battles ...
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WinBack: Covert Operations (Nintendo 64)

WinBack: Covert Operations review (N64)

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Released a year ago, WinBack was, and still is, the Nintendo 64's only answer to Metal Gear Solid. Well, the blond Jean-Luc is no Solid Snake, and WinBack is no Metal Gear Solid, but it is a much needed action game on the kiddy N64.
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Gundam Battle Assault (PlayStation)

Gundam Battle Assault review (PSX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Anime games here are few and far between. And that might be a good thing. Anime games are the Japanese equivelent of a movie or TV license. Meaning, for every Goldeneye there is at least 300 Olsen Twins, Xena or Blues Brothers. Anime games have improved- Record of Lodoss War, Card Captors, and Oh My Goddess for Dreamcast are rather competent, and Bandai's crank-a-dozen Gundam titles for Playstation are passable.
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Monopoly (NES)

Monopoly review (NES)

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The NES game of Monopoly is based on Parker Brother's classic real estate trading board game of the same name. Released in 1991 by, of course, Parker Brothers, Monopoly successfully makes its transfer into the video gaming world. With other Monopoly video game ventures ahead of them, Parker Brother starts out with a bang in this video game port of their highly successful board game.
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Uniracers (SNES)

Uniracers review (SNES)

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This game was something special, and was nowhere near as popular as it should have been.
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Paperboy (NES)

Paperboy review (NES)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Who would have ever thought that such a simple, childhood job could become so dangerous? Indiana Jones never had to evade tornadoes that were following him! James Bond never had to deliver papers to the Grim Reaper! I cannot imagine what this paperboy would give to rescue a princess from a fire-breathing dragon instead of doing... this!
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Front Mission 3 (PlayStation)

Front Mission 3 review (PSX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Well Square has done it once again. They have set their place, as one of the greatest RPG companies the world has ever seen. Front Mission 3 is a new type of RPG unlike anything before.
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Slalom (NES)

Slalom review (NES)

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Slalom is a perfect example of the types of games that dominated many people's time nearly two decades ago. Simple concept with little-to-no logic or design was all the rage. It was the NES that began the era of many well-designed and very entertaining games. But, as with every system, the NES wasn't without its weak points. And that's what brings me to review the game of Slalom, undeniably one of the NES' weak points.
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Bubble Bobble (NES)

Bubble Bobble review (NES)

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Every once in a while, there comes a game that becomes an instant classic. Games like this last for years without dying down as they are enjoyed by people of all different ages. Bubble Bobble turned out to be one of these games. Taito originally released this legend as an arcade game in 1986. Due to its increasing popularity, Bubble Bobble was later released on many different computers and systems, including the NES. While the NES port suffers in a few areas, it still deserves a hi...
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Final Fantasy Anthology (PlayStation)

Final Fantasy Anthology review (PSX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

I think the games could have been a little harder, just to make things a little more interesting. But games like Final Fantasy 8 that require many, many, many hits against the bad guys in order to defeat them make me appreciate this game's challenge level more.
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Shenmue II (Dreamcast)

Shenmue II review (DC)

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Shenmue II is well worth a purchase if you want an engrossing story, backed up with some stunning set-pieces, strong characterisation, and ducks.
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Grandia II (Dreamcast)

Grandia II review (DC)

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Grandia 2 benefits strongly from the lack of competition on the Dreamcast. It's just that simple. If Grandia 2 was on the Playstation, it would be dwarved by other, better role playing games.
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Final Fantasy VIII (PlayStation)

Final Fantasy VIII review (PSX)

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The music is uninteresting for the most part (with the slight exception of a few good songs), and the graphics leave much to be desired. It can be fun at times, but most of the time the game seems like a chore.
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Marvel vs. Capcom 2 (Dreamcast)

Marvel vs. Capcom 2 review (DC)

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If you're even a remote fan of Marvel comic books, Capcom fighting games, or fighting games in general, then this game has something to offer to you.
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The Granstream Saga (PlayStation)

The Granstream Saga review (PSX)

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Maybe this game was just poorly translated. The game is so linear, I don't think you really have a choice as to what you want to do (reminds me of the first 11-13 hours of Final Fantasy 7, where you're in that power plant). I literally want to scream while playing this game.
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NBA Hangtime (Nintendo 64)

NBA Hangtime review (N64)

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One question pops into mind when playing this game - How can a game that was so fun, so fast, and so easy to play be turned into THIS hideous awful crap?
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Wild Arms (PlayStation)

Wild Arms review (PSX)

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It's also great for someone who doesn't want to get entangled in a more-complicated RPG like Lunar, with all the elaborate video sequences and character parts. This is a core RPG. It has most of the RPG elements without all the flash.
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Goldeneye 007 (Nintendo 64)

Goldeneye 007 review (N64)

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When the Nintendo 64 struggled a bit after it's lightning fast start, some people started looking around for a savior. Thankfully, Goldeneye came along, and provided ultra-fast and fun first-person shooter (FPS) gameplay for the Nintendo 64 crowd.
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Grand Theft Auto III (PlayStation 2)

Grand Theft Auto III review (PS2)

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Playstation 2 owners certainly have a lot of reasons to be happy this past year. 2001 saw the release of several great titles like Final Fantasy X, Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3 and Metal Gear Solid 2. While these are great games, there is one title in particular that I believe is Game of the Year: Grand Theft Auto 3.
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Doom 64 (Nintendo 64)

Doom 64 review (N64)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

If there's a bad point about Doom, in some people's eyes, it's that the series remains largely unchanged. This game won't change their minds. However, if you have played a Doom game and enjoyed it, then give this one a shot. It's a pretty safe bet that you'll enjoy this one too.
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