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Battletoads (NES)

Battletoads review (NES)

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In Battletoads, you play the role of one of three big, huge, mutated toad creature. Your girlfriend has been kidnapped by the evil Dark Queen, and you must battle though eight chaoctic stages to save her. The plot, like most pre-Genesis action games, is Gouda-level cheesy at best.
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Rune: Viking Warlord (PlayStation 2)

Rune: Viking Warlord review (PS2)

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RUNE: Viking Warlord is a neat game. In a way the game is similar to TombRaider, only in this game one takes on the role of Ragnar, a Viking, and you are seeking vengeance for your fathers death. The story is mildly developed, but thatís all right. Adventure games generally donít have very in-depth stories anyway. At the very beginning of the game, the opening sequence gives a brief story, explaining a bit about the world you are about to enter. It also tells you about Ragnarok, but if you arení...
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Contra (NES)

Contra review (NES)

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Ah, to be back in the sweet days of Contra. Back in the 80's, when Run DMC and Aerosmith ruled the charts, when Ronald Reagen was President, when gaming was a much simpler hobby.
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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 (PlayStation 2)

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 review (PS2)

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In case you arenít familiar with the series, let me tell you a bit about it. The Tony Hawk Pro Skater series is arguably the best skateboarding game to date. While slightly unrealistic because you can bang yourself up really bad and walkóskate away like nothing happened. But honestly, the game would be far too hard if you could injure yourself realistically. You can choose to skate as a number of different pro skateboarders, like Tony Hawk, Elissa Streamer, Bucky Lasek, Kareem Cambell, and so on...
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Deadly Towers (NES)

Deadly Towers review (NES)

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If you're one of those sick individuals who likes to play the worst games of a system and then worship them as if they were great, then Deadly Towers might actually appeal to you.
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Deja Vu: A Nightmare Comes True (NES)

Deja Vu: A Nightmare Comes True review (NES)

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In Deja Vu, you play the role of Ace Harding, private detective. You wake up in a bathroom, remembering nothing of your past, not even your name. To top it all off, you're being framed for a murder case. Your task is to remember your identity and to clear your name.
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Dr. Mario (NES)

Dr. Mario review (NES)

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Someone that feisty Italian plumber has made it through medical school and become a doctor. He now doles out pills, helping to quell the viruses in his labratory.
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Shenmue (Dreamcast)

Shenmue review (DC)

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In the vast universe of gaming, there are some titles that are about as shallow as a children's swimming pool at a YMCA. And on the other hand, there are titles that are so vast that the Pacific Ocean wouldn't even match in comparison. Shenmue for the Sega Dreamcast is just that deep.
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Dragon Warrior (NES)

Dragon Warrior review (NES)

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Should Dragon Warrior be graded differently because it's such an old game? It's an interesting argument, but it's not particularily valid. The NES is so antiquated that better RPG's can be acquired for it.
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Dragon Warrior II (NES)

Dragon Warrior II review (NES)

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Overall, Dragon Warrior 2 was a giant step forward from past efforts on the NES. Today, it's hardly a revolutionary game, but it still provides some good fun if you can find a copy.
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Crazy Taxi (Dreamcast)

Crazy Taxi review (DC)

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The Sega developer formally known as AM2 makes some of the greatest games, as well as the most original. Now they have released the arcade racer Crazy Taxi--a fun and stylish arcade game--and it's one of the must-play games for the Dreamcast. It is not, however, a must-buy.
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Dragon Warrior III (NES)

Dragon Warrior III review (NES)

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While not the leap that the fourth installment is, it provides a new gaming experience set in the Dragon Warrior universe. If you're a fan of role playing games, then you can do a lot worse then Dragon Warrior 3.
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Cyber Troopers Virtual On: Oratorio Tangram (Dreamcast)

Cyber Troopers Virtual On: Oratorio Tangram review (DC)

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Never having played the first Virtual On, I can't compare it with the Dreamcast Virutal On. This can be good or bad for a number of reasons. But this review will be from a gamer that's basically new to the mech fighting genre (Armored Core wasn't for me). Virtual On is a game about robots fighting. Yes, it's shallow, and I have to be blunt. There is no story, just several robots kicking the crap out of each other. Yet strategy is involved, so this game is deep. Very deep. The casual gamer may be...
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Final Fantasy (NES)

Final Fantasy review (NES)

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It receives a lot of acclaim simply because of the name that it carries. It has very little to do with the other games in the series.
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Bloody Roar 3 (PlayStation 2)

Bloody Roar 3 review (PS2)

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However, this game is the next Killer Instinct, one that will keep you shouting obsenities at your friend when he tears you apart with Alice the Rabbit. But if you're one of those gamers that spontainiously combusts when exposed to direct sunlight, thus lacking many friends, this is not the game for you.
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Galaga (NES)

Galaga review (NES)

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Any price under seven million dollars is well worth it to play this faboo game.
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Bust A Groove (PlayStation)

Bust A Groove review (PSX)

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This game is good for alot of things, a fresh new look on gaming, fun for parties, or showing to your girlfriend when she says you can't dance. I'd say rent this game first no matter how much I love it, because theres always games I love that other people despise, Pokemon for example.
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Godzilla: Monster of Monsters (NES)

Godzilla: Monster of Monsters review (NES)

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Is Godzilla an awful game? Nah. That being said, it's not good either. Godzilla is probably only worth playing if you're a fan of the Godzilla movies, or monster battling games in general.
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Godzilla 2: War of the Monsters (NES)

Godzilla 2: War of the Monsters review (NES)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

The RTS genre on the NES is bad, but it's not even worth hunting for this game. It's really that bad.
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Gradius (NES)

Gradius review (NES)

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Gradius upped the bar for shooters, past the Space Invaders days.
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