GBA

Metroid: Zero Mission Review

by 11 years ago

   Welcome back to the world of Zebes.  Samus Aran, our intrepid bounty hunter, begins her first mission on her adopted homeworld in this remake of the original Metroid.  In …

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Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Tournament 2004 Review

by 11 years ago

The Yu-Gi-Oh! craze seems to continue to gain steam. With a cartoon that emphasizes the card game airing on TheWB and Cartoon Network, it gets plenty of exposure. However, if …

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Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu Review

by 11 years ago

Licensed games seem to have a curse on them. Well developed characters and storylines never seem to be captured in games. Batman seems to be a property that has had …

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Tak and the Power of JuJu Review

by 11 years ago

Many games developed for the consoles have had a version developed for the GBA. Although the GBA versions don't feature the same 3D graphics or musical score, the spirit of …

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Metroid: Zero Mission Review

by 11 years ago

The Metroid series has been a staple of Nintendo since the original NES.  Say the name Samus Aran and nostalgia will fill the heads of those who have played any …

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Max Payne Review

by 11 years ago

A game arrived at my house one day, in a red, white, and blue envelope. Inside was small black box. Max Payne was the title, made for the Game Boy …

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Yu-Gi-Oh! The Sacred Cards Review

by 11 years ago

Yu-Gi-Oh seems to have beat Nintendo at their own game. Before you can say "Pokemon," Yu-Gi-Oh! captured the collectible card game crown to be the game to beat. With inventive …

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Metroid Fusion Review

by 12 years ago

It has been 8 long years, but we finally have a true sequel to one of the finest games ever made, Super Metroid for the Super Nintendo. Just a scant …

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