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Mega Man X (SNES)

Mega Man X review (SNES)

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I just purchased a Super Nintendo, and decided that I needed some games to go along with it. One of my friends sold me Megaman X for a fairly cheap price, and I decided why not. I have own the two gameboy MegaMan's which both I am not to fond of, but Megaman X was a relaxing treat.
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Madden NFL 2002 (GameCube)

Madden NFL 2002 review (GCN)

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As with all Madden games it is just an improvement on the year before. Incase there are people that actually don't know about the Madden series, it is a simulation style football game, alot like NFL 2K2. It is a video game made by EA Sports, year in and year out for around 10 years with never a failed year. This year is definitely no exception, and even the graphics are stunning for a PS2 import. This game amazed me happily, and well deserves it's rating.
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State of Emergency (PlayStation 2)

State of Emergency review (PS2)

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AAAAHHH!! No God No!!! Boom!!!! The sweet sounds of mayhem in the morning. This is the kind of visceral feeling you get when you are in the thick of SOE.
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StarCraft (PC)

StarCraft review (PC)

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Another great title released by Blizzard entertainment, StarCraft sets the standards for real time strategy games, such as WarCraft and Red Alert. Social Life Loss sense..Tingling!
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Luigi's Mansion (GameCube)

Luigi's Mansion review (GCN)

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First of all the creator of this game had to have something intoxicating in his body when he thought up this idea for a game. I mean, your run around and vaccume ghosts, how fun can it be? But in truth it is pretty fun to go through and solve the puzzles. Who ever said drugs were bad? But to the point, this game was one of the first ever games to cross onto the Gamecube, and it was the game many gamers purchased with their gamecube. Everyone wanted the next Super Mario 64, and suspected somethin...
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Trog (NES)

Trog review (NES)

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Trog is one of the games I play least out of my Classic Nintendo collection. It is a very repitive game. I know that the NES is not known for above-caliber games early on, and that there were many puzzle games. Trog, however, is just an imitation of Pac-Man with a dinosaur.
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The Castlevania Adventure (Game Boy)

The Castlevania Adventure review (GB)

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Castlevania Adventure was a game that was released early on in the Gamboys life. It showed its earlier heritage, but it actually is better than I expected. It has many frequent problems, and yet I do love this game like I love the series. It has the same Castlevania feel, and I believe that it does rightly belong next to the great names like Dracula's Curse, and Symphony of the Night. To some, Castlevania Adventure was the worst game in the series, and to me, it is definitely close (I do hate Si...
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Shining Force (Genesis)

Shining Force review (GEN)

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Shining Force was one of the first games to take full advantage of the Tile system for strategy RPGs. Later seen in games such as Advance Wars(GBA) and Final Fantasy Tactics(Playstation), the tile system didn't change much, if at all, which says that they certainly did something right.
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Castlevania Legends (Game Boy)

Castlevania Legends review (GB)

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Castlevania Legends is a disapointing game in my mind, but in no ways is it bad. My problem is that it is not much better than Castlevania Adventure which came out around 5 years before. But, as with almost all games, it has it's good and bad points.
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Wizards & Warriors X: Fortress of Fear (Game Boy)

Wizards & Warriors X: Fortress of Fear review (GB)

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This is the only Wizards and Warriors game I own, so I do not know how it fairs up in comparison, but I assume badly. I did not buy this game on my own, nor do I know where it came from. It's just one of about 5 gameboy games I own, where it is a complete mystery of where it came from. I wanted to see how other people reviewed it, but is uncharted territory, and I will be the first to enter it.
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Devil May Cry (PlayStation 2)

Devil May Cry review (PS2)

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With beautiful graphics, crisp sound and music, excellent game play, this should keep you enthralled for hours at least. Among the obvious, this game holds the two greatest things that make a great video game. Big swords and unlimited ammo.
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Final Fantasy III (SNES)

Final Fantasy III review (SNES)

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Final Fantasy 3 is an outstanding game that should be played either on the SNES, or on the re-relased version for the Playstation. Do not pass this game up.
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Gauntlet: Dark Legacy (PlayStation 2)

Gauntlet: Dark Legacy review (PS2)

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With dozens of monsters to slay, power-ups to do it with and an arsenal of weaponry, Gauntlet has it where it counts. But is that good enough to stand up against other games, such as Diablo and Baulders Gate: Dark alliance?
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The 7th Saga (SNES)

The 7th Saga review (SNES)

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7th Saga isn't an AWFUL game... But there's a lot better out there. If you had to sum it up in one word, mediocre would be that word.
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Breath of Fire (SNES)

Breath of Fire review (SNES)

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Hopefully, with the newer releases of the series, more people will want to play the game that started it all.
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M.A.X. (PC)

M.A.X. review (PC)

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M.A.X. (Mechanized Assult & Exploration) (PC)
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Breath of Fire II (SNES)

Breath of Fire II review (SNES)

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Overall, Breath of Fire 2 is a very promising game, if you play just the introduction, where no fighting is involved. However, once you get into the main combat of the game, Breath of Fire 2 quickly loses its appeal.
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Doom (SNES)

Doom review (SNES)

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Chances are, if you're reading this review, you can play the PC version of Doom. Do so immediately if you haven't yet.
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EarthBound (SNES)

EarthBound review (SNES)

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While it is far-fetched (you're fighting against the possessed dogs with baseball bats) and pretty silly, don't let that get you down. It's still a very fun game to play.
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Golden Sun (Game Boy Advance)

Golden Sun review (GBA)

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From its incredible graphics to its engrossing storyline, Golden Sun proves that huge surprises can come in small packages.
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