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Not As Terrible As People Say, but be prepared for repetition 0

Aquaman: Battle For Atlantis for Nintendo GamecubeThis game gets a lot of crap tossed at it. Gamers just love to hate it. And it's no surprise because everyone else loves to hate Aquaman himself. Aquaman has been the butt of jokes for years, and unfortunatley for him, a game that's simply okay is not gonna save him from that.And that's the main problem with this game, it's just okay. It's not abysmal like everyone makes it out to be, though. In fact, it's a quaint and pretty looking little beat-...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

One of the Better Zelda Games in the Series 0

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap for Game Boy AdvanceThe Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap is great! I was a wary for a while because Capcom made it rather than Nintendo, but once I got my hands on it, my fears were quickly diminished. This is a Zelda game in every sense of the word. You have a top-down action adventure with an overworld, you have dungeons to defeat, various monsters to fight and items & treasures to discover, and plenty of side quests & side games to keep you coming ba...

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Innovative JRPG 0

Legaia 2: Duel Saga for PS2I'm playing Legaia 2: Duel Saga right now. What I thought was just gonna be another mediocre JRPG is shaping-up to be quite the game. On the outside it looks like just another Japanese-based, turn-based, brightly-colored hair characters RPG. But it's turning out to be a pretty unique adventure. The battle system is definetly unique and keeps the random-battles interesting because you're constantly experimenting with discovering new moves. The flexibility in the battles...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The Batman Game Fans Have Been Waiting Years For. 0

Batman: Arkham Asylum for XBox 360Batman and video games have had a bad relationship over the years. The simply titled "Batman" for the NES was the only exception in a long-list of lackluster Batman titles over a two decade span.Then Eidos released Batman: Arkham Asylum. I have to admit, it took me a while to get around to playing this game just because of the stigma attached to previous Batman games in my mind. Simply put: I didn't believe the hype. So I was skeptical of this game from the get-...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Polished X-Men Beat-Em Bliss! 0

X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse for SNESI'm a comic geek. I have been for 20 years. Since I could read, I was reading about the exploits of Green Lantern, Superman, Spider-Man, and the X-Men. The X-Men was more of a kid only love, as an adult I'm pretty sick of X-Men everywhere in the Marvel Universe. Nonetheless this game is STILL a favorite of mine.This follows the adventures of the 90s X-Men team in your classic 2D, beat-em up style. While the game didn't revolutionize anything, it was very well mad...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Sonic's Back! 0

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 for XBox Live ArcadeSonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 is a great addition to any Sonic or old-school game fan's collection. It's a game that's a ton of fun to play and quite pretty to look at once you slow down enough to notice.Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 has some of the most amazing 2D graphics I have ever seen. It's quite a shame that you miss most of those graphics during the speed-heavy game. The graphics are very reminiscent of the first Sonic the Hedgehog ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

So Addicting! 0

Like I said above, this game is highly addicting. It is the greatest hack-n-slash action-RPG I have ever played. Even better than Diablo, IMO. The only downside to this game is that it was released for PC only. I'm a console gamer and would have loved to have seen this ported to the XBox or Gamecube or something like that.This game is a hack-n-slash, action-RPG game based on Dungeon and Dragons rules and set in the Forgotten Realms universe by Atari for the PC. It has a similar gameplay style to...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

An Absolute Masterpiece 0

Halo 2 for XBoxThis game is a masterpiece. Normally, I'm not a big 1st-person shooter fan, because they're about a dime-a-dozen since 007: Goldeneye arrived to the gaming industry. Yet I still absolutely fell in love with this game! It is even better than the first. It's basically the same game as the 1st game, but with even better graphics, better dialogue, and a much more fleshed-out story. Not too mention the VAST improvements to the multiplayer part of the game.What initially drew me in was ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

An Underappreciated Action-RPG Gem 0

King's Field is one of those games that I have found that gamers either absolutely love, or absolutely loathe it (or they've never heard of it, haha). I happen to be of the the opinion that it is fan-freaking-tastic!For me, this was my introduction to the 3 game series. Apparantly there's a 4th game out there that predates this one, unfortunately it's Japanese only so I've never had the privilege of playing it. Nonetheless, this game sucked me in from the moment I stepped onto the rocky beach or...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Swing Life Away in This Fantastic Capcom Gem 0

Bionic Commando for NESThis is hands-down of the greatest games to ever come out on the NES, and in my book, that's really saying something. But what more would you expect from the house that brought you Mega Man, Duck Tales, Street Fighter II, and Resident Evil? That's right, this is a Capcom classic here.This game perfectly blends the genres of side-scrolling platformer and run-n-gun action game perfectly. It's 2D bliss. The gameplay mechanics are easy to pick up, yet difficult to master at th...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

DuckTales, A Whoo-Hoo! 0

DuckTales for NESCapcom does it again! Duck Tales is a masterpiece of a platformer for the NES. The house that brought us Mega Man, Ghouls N Ghosts, Street Fighter II, and Resident Evil proves that licensed games don't have to be crap.In Duck Tales you play as Uncle Scrooge who is using his vast fortune to get even richer. You are sent to different parts of the world to discover rare and valuable treasures. These areas are in fact your levels. There you will run, jump, and "pogo-jump" over vario...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Essential if you own a Commodore 64 0

The Swiss Family Robinson for Commodore 64I have such fond memories of this game. The cheesy early Commodore 64 music, the bright and colorful graphics (which may look crude now, but were great looking back then), and the depth for a game so old is amazing.Basically this game is a mixture of a text-adventure and a puzzle game. You explore a remote tropical island surviving various traps and wild animals and such. All the while you are searching for items such as firewood, food, and boat making s...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Love X-Men Mutant Apocalypse? Then You'll Love This! 0

Marvel Super Heroes in War of the Gems on SNESGreat gem of a beat-em game that was sadly overlooked by many because it was released nearly at the end of the Super Nintendo's (SNES) life when most gamers had already moved on to the Playstation, Sega Saturn, and even the N64 by 1996. What a shame, because Capcom really delivered in what was a sort-of-sequel to X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse also released on SNES.It had some great looking 2D graphics, very impressive for SNES. The gameplay was top-notch ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The Original Zelda-Killer 0

Crystalis for NESThis game absolutely blew me away back in the day. It is an absolute masterpiece of 2D gaming. Made by SNK fairly late in the NES's lifespan. This was a 2D, top-down view, action-RPG similar to The Legend of Zelda in it's gameplay style. However, I feel that it was superior to the original Legend of Zelda in every way. I'm sure many people feel differently, but that's my opinion.Crystalis follows the adventure of a warrior sent from the future. He is sent back in time to stop an...

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Absolutely Stunning! 0

The Elder Scrolls IV: OblivionThis game gets a perfect 10 in my book. It's absolutely mind-boggling how good this game actually is. It is perhaps the greatest game ever created. And then they come along and give us the Game of the Year Editions?! Yowzas! They made perfection, better!This is the most immersive, the most ambitious, the largest, the longest, the most open-ended, and the most addicting game I have ever played in my nearly 25 years of gaming. I have seen everything from the release o...

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