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WWE Wrestlemania XIX Review

by 11 years ago

'Robust gameplay with strong and weak grapples' – back of the box No, I'm not quite sure what that exactly means either. Despite a rather unusual sounding blurb, this game …

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Bloody Roar: Primal Fury Review

by 11 years ago

Once again the Zoanthropes get together for another round of fighting each other for fun and profit. While some would say that this is nothing but a simple port of …

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Soul Calibur 2 Review

by 11 years ago

1999 held the release of what many claim to be the best fighting game ever made: Soul Calibur. Its stunning visuals, fluid controls, amazing action, and seemingly endless secrets to …

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Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly Review

by 11 years ago

Ah, Spyro the Dragon… Back many a year ago, Spyro the dragon was first released on the original Playstation. Sporting a rather good graphic engine for the time, entertaining voice …

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Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu Review

by 11 years ago

Batman: The Rise of Sin Tzu is a bit of an anomaly. It’s got all the bits that a fun game requires, and it has enough of a production value …

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Star Fox Adventures Review

by 11 years ago

Rareware's first and last title to hit the Nintendo Gamecube has been released. Originally called Dinosaur Planet on the Nintendo 64, this game was given a massive facelift and the …

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Star Wars Rogue Leader: Rogue Squadron II Review

by 11 years ago

Ah, Star Wars. While I was too young to remember seeing the 'classic' movies way back when, I've definitely seen the movies enough times to know all that I need …

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Super Smash Bros. Melee Review

by 11 years ago

I remember the days way back when Nintendo wouldn't even think about releasing a fighting game under the Nintendo label. Super Smash Brothers on the Nintendo 64 changed all that. …

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Tube Slider Review

by 11 years ago

Tube Slider is NEC's first offering for not only the Gamecube, but for any console in quite some time. Is it a good game though? For the most part, yes, …

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F-Zero GX Review

by 11 years ago

The future of racing has arrived once again. Its name is F-Zero GX. F-Zero has had an interesting gaming history behind it over the years. Starting off on the SNES, …

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Metroid Prime Review

by 11 years ago

Ah, Metroid. How I remember in my younger years how much time I put into these classic titles. First Metroid on the NES, with its wondrous password saving feature, and …

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Review

by 11 years ago

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, Squaresoft (or simply Square) was an extremely well known company under Nintendo's very large belt. Starting with The 3D Battles …

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