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Breath of Fire II (Game Boy Advance)

Breath of Fire II review (GBA)

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I was fortunate enough to find this copy for rent for my SNES as a wee lad, and much time was spent, and what a good time it was.
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Yoshi's Cookie (NES)

Yoshi's Cookie review (NES)

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For starters, this game is a take-off of a take-off. When Nintendo saw the nationally renouned success of Tetris, Nintendo wanted a little piece of that, so they made Dr. Mario. It was a good game, but Tetris had better music, better gameplay, and was just more original. This game is a terrible game, even for a take-off. What was Nintendo thinking?
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Madden NFL 2001 (Nintendo 64)

Madden NFL 2001 review (N64)

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In my mind EA Sports Madden is the best of the football games. It's straight-out hardcore football. It is also reasonable, that you can win with either the Cardinals or the Colts, skill is evident, but upsets are possible. This is personally my favorite sports game period and here is why.
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Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (PlayStation)

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night review (PSX)

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WARNING: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS!
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Final Fantasy Adventure (Game Boy)

Final Fantasy Adventure review (GB)

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This is probably the best classic Gameboy game ever made. It's story line resembles a book (Elfstones of Shannara), and that there is much detail along the way. You gain many different allies along the way including an Chocobo and a Robot... Plus when you think you have won the game, it turns out that there is so much more.
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Super Smash Bros. Melee (GameCube)

Super Smash Bros. Melee review (GCN)

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Deep within Nintendo's HQ where EAD and Intelligence reside stands another company not exactly up to their quality. They are called HAL. This, Super Smash Bros. Melee, was their masterpiece. In all of their games I have played this is the most fun, the most polished, the most fun, of them.
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Mario Paint (SNES)

Mario Paint review (SNES)

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Still better than most modern computer programs!
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River City Ransom (NES)

River City Ransom review (NES)

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Technos Japan practically set the foundation for future video game brawlers. They are credited as developers of the Double Dragon games, as well as Super Dodge Ball, which isn't exactly a brawler but may make you want to beat up your opponent when you lose to them during a two-player match. Among their limited library of games is River City Ransom, Technos' very own blend combining the elements of RPGs, brawlers, and mini-malls.
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Castlevania: Circle of the Moon (Game Boy Advance)

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon review (GBA)

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The Castlevania saga does not die. It continues on in this game in the form of Nathan Graves, who recieves the whip from his master, however also bringing on the jealousy of his bestfriend. This is more of an RPG like Castlevania with the leveling up system, and that just increases the fun of the game. This game strongly resembles that of the playstation hit Symphony of the Night, and it serves the games legacy well. This is one of the best in this outstanding series and here is why:
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Kirby's Adventure (NES)

Kirby's Adventure review (NES)

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Hal Laboratories and Nintendo manage to make one of their last-released NES games to be one of their greatest. It's actually not of much surprise, really, since Shigeru Miyamoto, the great mastermind behind the Mario and Zelda game series, had his hand in the making of Kirby's Adventure as well. The release of this game was sure to be a bang, regardless of its late 1993 release.
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Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge (Game Boy)

Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge review (GB)

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After the disappointing Castlevania Adventure Konami knew another Gameboy Castlevania game had to be made, and be made much better. They then created Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge. This game was much more appreciated by the public then the one which game before it, but still it did not have the great feeling those Nintendo Castlevania's game did. However it does have a much better feeling to it.
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Metroid (NES)

Metroid review (NES)

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Metroid, often considered one of the great classics of video gaming, is a game that I really did not like very much. Now, please, before you go whacking me with that baseball bat there, I only ask that you at least hear me out on this! Giving Metroid a low score isn't some deliberate way of trying to ruffle a few feathers or draw attention to myself, but I really do have valid concerns judging my dislike of this game.
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Gauntlet Legends (Nintendo 64)

Gauntlet Legends review (N64)

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Gauntlet Legends is supposebly based on an arcade series, however I have never played the arcade game, but I decided to buy it anyway. You have the choice between 4 types of warriors (Archer, Wizard, Warrior, and Valkyrae) to battle your way to kill an evil demon lord. The game is entertaining, even if you do not have three friends to join in the fighting.
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Dead or Alive 3 (Xbox)

Dead or Alive 3 review (XBX)

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Gorgeous environments and wonderful lighting effects that glisten on leather and lace making almost every character all the better looking, graceful and plentiful moves, and a handful of game play options, each appealing in their own way. First impressions can sometimes be wrong.
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Rayman 2: The Great Escape (Nintendo 64)

Rayman 2: The Great Escape review (N64)

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Rayman 2 looked extremely awesome in the commercial on television. After begging my way into getting a nintendo 64, I decided this game was one I really wanted. This game was a pricy $60 when I got it, and was easily the most expensive game I got that Christmas. This game is kinda similiar to games like Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong 64, but there are no mini games, just constant searching. This leads to semi entertaining play, and a game that after a while gets pretty repetitive.
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Final Fantasy III (SNES)

Final Fantasy III review (SNES)

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Final Fantasy in my mind is the greatest game ever created. I got this game for $30, and new that is was a steal. As quickly as you put it in you will not be able to let go of playing it. Here's why:
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Tetris 2 (NES)

Tetris 2 review (NES)

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I'm sure that by now, you've had to have heard of the great game called ''Tetris,'' a Russian puzzle game universally introduced when Tengen released it illegally for the NES and universally accepted as a smash hit when Nintendo released it legally for the same system. With the great success of Tetris, both on the NES and on the GameBoy, several sequels and similar games were released, including great games like Dr. Mario and Tetris Attack. Tetris 2 was another Tetris...
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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (NES)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde review (NES)

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It's time for another RoyalRanger review, and this means it is time to comment on one of the worst NES games ever to be played. Yes, Dr. Jeykll and Mr. Hyde is truly a horrible game, despite what they say about it... no, wait... they do say it's a horrible game (I must really be tired or something). Anyway, Dr. Jeykll and Mr. Hyde is truly a horrible game (Wait a second, didn't I already say that? I know I've been experiencing déjà vu a lot lately. I know I've been experiencing déjà vu a lot lat...
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Sonic Adventure 2: Battle (GameCube)

Sonic Adventure 2: Battle review (GCN)

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I have never played a Sonic game in my life before this, and when I heard Sonic was coming to Gamecube, and with the lack of good games currently out, I knew I was going to buy Sonics Adventure. Now some people call this a bad buy, but it is definitely not. I love this game, and I prefer it to Resedent Evil and maybe Smash Brothers for this system. I have put many hours into going through the game just trying to beat it. Sure, I won't be the person going after 180 emblems, but if I was that is e...
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The Jetsons: Cogswell's Caper (NES)

The Jetsons: Cogswell's Caper review (NES)

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Sometimes, you can't help but wonder what goes through the minds of game companies as they produce video games like this. What impelled Taito to release another cartoon-based game is beyond me; and with their 1992 release of The Jetsons: Cogswell's Caper, they obviously hadn't learned their lesson from their previous cartoon-game release, The Flintstones. Also considering the release at such a late year, Taito must have had a screw loose when deciding to make a NES game like The...
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