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4.29 stars 4.29/5 Stars Average score of 7 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon is, by far means, not for everyone. 0

Review by: PikabooBefore I start this review, it should be noted that to review this game I played Explorers of Darkness and not Explorers of Time. If there are two major differences between the two games besides for different Pokemon, then I shall include a section for Explorers of Time.Pokemon Mystery Dungeon is an indirect sequel of the first game, “Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team”. The dungeons are still randomly generated and the main town will be where you can do various things l...

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It's the game that made Kirby's copy ability his staple ability. 0

NES Review: Kirby's Adventure I'm sure you've played as Kirby in Super Smash Bros, on the handhelds, and maybe even on the virtual console. But have you played the game that first introduced Kirby on a home console and made the successful Nintendo franchise it is today? That game is Kirby's Adventure on the NES, the second game in the Kirby franchise (Kirby's Dream Land being the first). You can purchase this game for 500 Points on the Wii's Virtual Console, the equivalent of $5 US. It has als...

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It's your standard racing game, with the Mario Twist. 0

Nintendo DS Review: Mario Kart DS Besides for Mario's main platforming adventures, the most recent being Super Mario Galaxy, Mario's best sports-take would be his very own racing titles: the Mario Kart franchise. The latest Mario Kart title (not including Mario Kart Wii) is Mario Kart DS, and you guessed it; it's on the Nintendo DS platform. Nintendo does a fine job of bringing their best racing franchise onto another handheld, but how does it compare?When you start the game you will be greete...

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This is a game that showcases the Wii's capabilities and proves m 0

Wii Review: Wii Sports "Twas the night before Christmas and all I could see,was a decently large box that I hoped was a Wii.I giggled and chuckled at the thought of such fun,and the console, once ridiculed, was now #1.The next morning I ripped open the box and my intuition was right,For when I opened the gift all I saw was a bright, holy light.Then I saw what I had wished for:A Wii at my presence and I couldn't ask for more.I set up my Wii,my face shining with glee.I looked all around for a gam...

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No More Heroes offers a unique art style, some catchy tunes, but 0

Wii Review: No More Heroes No More Heroes is the newest game from Suda-51 and Grasshopper studios, the developers of Killer7. The quality that will attract most people is its unparalleled style that could only come from the mind of Suda-51. No More Heroes offers a unique art style, some catchy tunes, but most importantly: a sense of humor.In the world of No More Heroes, you, Travis Touchdown, are a stereotypical otaku that lives in a motel in Santa Destroy. After winning a Beam Katana, which v...

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The Paper Cut That You Would Love to Have 0

Wii Review: Super Paper Mario [Watch the Video Review]Since the start of the Wii console, gamers would wonder when the first Mario game for the platform would come out. In about 5-6 months, fans were rewarded with what they had wished for: Super Paper Mario. Super Paper Mario is the third in the Paper Mario series with the original "Paper Mario" on the Nintendo 64, "Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door" on the Gamecube and finally this on the Wii. Unlike the other games in the series though, in...

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Is this Brawl a Smash? 0

Super Smash Bros. is one of Nintendo's greatest game series ever created, by bringing well over 10 of Nintendo's key franchises together to duke it out on the battlefield. Play as everyone's favorite plumber, Mario, or even as the ever-so-lovable Pikachu. Who would win in a fight: Ganondorf from the Zelda Series or Bowser from the Mario series? You can find out with the aid of Super Smash Bros. Brawl at your side, or even better, in your Wii console. Super Smash Bros does well in bringing the...

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