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Mortal Kombat II (SNES)

Mortal Kombat II review (SNES)

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Overall, Mortal Kombat 2 will be remembered more as the game which started ultragore fests instead of what it should be remembered as - an excellent fighting game, second to only the Street Fighter series in terms of sheer playability.
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NBA Showdown (SNES)

NBA Showdown review (SNES)

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NBA Showdown isn't worth playing. At all. We'll leave it at that.
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Paladin's Quest (SNES)

Paladin's Quest review (SNES)

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Overall, Paladin's Quest would be quite the average role playing game if it featured graphics of any decent quality. Unfortunately, it does not. If you can stomach the game's awful appearance, then you'll find a decent gaming experience, but that's a lot to stomach indeed...
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Rez (PlayStation 2)

Rez review (PS2)

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While her husband was away, she had the opportunity to entertain herself. She reached into the wardrobe, pulled out the shoebox, and took it to the bed. There she opened it, and pulled out the monster. Trembling with anticiapation, she started .... hold on. This is a video game review. Sorry!
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Robotrek (SNES)

Robotrek review (SNES)

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Because the robot system is so fun, it lifts the game's score from the dismal one that it deserves into the average range.
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Secret of Evermore (SNES)

Secret of Evermore review (SNES)

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If you're looking for an epic, then keep on looking. Secret of Evermore plays more like the light and airy Earthbound then a game like Final Fantasy or Secret of Mana.
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Secret of Mana (SNES)

Secret of Mana review (SNES)

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Overall, Secret of Mana is an outstanding game, and deserves a spot in any gamer's library. The great story, graphics, gameplay, and sound will keep you coming back for more.
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Tecmo Secret of the Stars: A Fantasy (SNES)

Tecmo Secret of the Stars: A Fantasy review (SNES)

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It also just FEELS like this game was thrown together at the last minute, or had a bad translation. All of the dialouge text in the game is in caps. It's annoying to see ''YOU MUST GO TO THE CAVE OF LIGHT''. Now imagine seeing that all the time. The text is badly translated, and reeks of that ''awkward translation'' stink.
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Super Bomberman (SNES)

Super Bomberman review (SNES)

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It might be hard for some of the youngsters to believe, but back in the good ole day, games that weren't 3-D were actually (gasp!) FUN to play.
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ICO (PlayStation 2)

ICO review (PS2)

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Waif-like freaks who don't speak your language never looked so good...
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Final Fantasy Legend II (Game Boy)

Final Fantasy Legend II review (GB)

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This would be the only Final Fantasy Legend game I have not lost of the three made, and I am happy to say that I still have it and still play it. This is an excellent game for the classic gameboy, and it is better than most Gameboy Advance and Gameboy Color games. The storyline, intertwined with entralling gameplay, and an overall experience that you will want to try over and over again. While it is likely the hardest game created with Final Fantasy in its name (at least in my mind) you will spe...
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U.N. Squadron (SNES)

U.N. Squadron review (SNES)

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The bottom line is, if you like shooting games, you'll like this. It offers a few more layers then the typical shooter, and it's a blast to play.
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X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse (SNES)

X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse review (SNES)

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If you like action games, or the X-men, you'll like this, I guarantee.
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Medal of Honor: Allied Assault (PC)

Medal of Honor: Allied Assault review (PC)

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Medal of Honour is of the new generation of First Person Shooters to emerge from the post Half Life era, combining the best lessons of the past generation to form a massive game.
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Zombies Ate My Neighbors (SNES)

Zombies Ate My Neighbors review (SNES)

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The enemies in the game are extremely comical, ranging from the afermentioned baby to flame demons to chainsaw wielding hockey players. For them, the gloves are off. *rimshot*
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Half-Life (PC)

Half-Life review (PC)

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Four years after its release date and despite its aging graphics, the game is still relevant today and still far better than many of its more recent counterparts.
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Maximo: Ghosts to Glory (PlayStation 2)

Maximo: Ghosts to Glory review (PS2)

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Maximo is supposedly some sort of tribute to Ghosts 'n Goblins. Unfortuntely, like Five's tribute to Queen with their 'We Will Rock You' cover, it's a bit rubbish.
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Elevator Action (Game Boy)

Elevator Action review (GB)

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Simply put, the first time you hear an alarm go off you'll want to rip the game out of your Game Boy and throw it down the toilet.
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Maximo: Ghosts to Glory (PlayStation 2)

Maximo: Ghosts to Glory review (PS2)

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Capcom’s latest may be just what you need if you are a platforming or nostalgia freak, but be wary; underneath the near-perfect graphics and pick up and play game mechanics lurks something much more sinister.
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Super Mario Land (Game Boy)

Super Mario Land review (GB)

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All of this reminds me that the original creator of Mario must have had one hell of a time thinking of the concept. Honestly, an Italian plumber who gets more powerful after munching on pretty multi-colored mushrooms and ''flowers''? Me thinks some programmers should lay off the brown acid...
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