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Standing the Test of Time 0

Anybody who is anybody has played this game. Released in 1988, it's generally considered the first "real" Mega Man game... since it established in a strong way what the series would be all about. The story is simple. "In the year 200X, a super robot named Megaman was created. Dr. Light created Megaman to stop the evil desires of Dr. Wily. However, after his defeat, Dr. Wily created eight of his own robots to counter Megaman." In the first game, Megaman defeated Dr. Wily who had stolen a bunch o...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Everything in it's Right Place (Including the Camera) 0

As published in the University of Virginia's Cavalier Daily Resident Evil 4 delivers gruesome survival-horror action in Capcom's best title in the series to date. RE4 combines all the elements of the genre's heart-racing atmosphere and story with blood-pumping new, over-the-shoulder shooting action. Great gameplay and graphics make RE4 a must-have title for both long-time Resident Evil fans and newcomers alike. The story of RE4 is simple but effective. The main character, Leon, is investigati...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Aftermarket Parts on a Solid Chasis 0

As reviewed in the University of Virginia's Cavalier Daily Polyphony Digital's ground-breaking, expansive Gran Turismo series has defined the racing simulation market for the last eight years. Director Kazunori Yamauchi takes pride in mechanical detail and realism, and Gran Turismo 4, out now for the PlayStation 2, takes the series to the next level. For immediate racing action, GT4's arcade mode allows players to choose from an array of cars and tracks in time trial, versus and single race e...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Reaching Full Potential 0

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater is truly unlike its predecessors. The focus is taken away from stealth action and instead directed toward moving the plot and action along at a smoother pace than the previous two games in the MGS series. The dynamics of the stealth action are changed to fit appropriately with the time-period of the game – gone is the radar screen and the sneaking suit. Instead, camouflage is introduced to keep this Snake hidden in the proverbial grass. Now that the focus was ta...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Force is Strong With this One 0

Knights of the Old Republic is an exciting romp through the Star Wars universe, with a fun combat system, a memorable story, and always something to do. It does have a few downfalls, however, which can be attributed to the genre more than anything else. But now that KOTOR wears the 20 dollar price tag, these annoyances can be overlooked to find a game that still holds up. The first four or five hours of the game are a little slow. While I won’t spoil any of the plot for people who have not pla...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.