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reviewed Saints The Third. April 26, 2012
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Saints The Third
   Saints the Third continues Volitions open sandbox world of shooting guns and causing chaos with a polished up face, some new activities and just enough fun to warrant playing over it's …
reviewed Mega Man 4. November 06, 2011
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Mega Man 4
Mega Man started the ball rolling, Mega Man 2 improved the production and length of play and 3 perfected the controls and added even more levels.  Mega Man 4.........by and large keeps things on …
reviewed Mega Man 3. September 08, 2011
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Mega Man 3
Mega Man kept on rolling in the 90s from the 80s with Mega Man 3.  To me at this point, each game was an improvement over the other.  Maybe the soundtrack isn't as memorable as Mega Man …
reviewed Faxanadu (NES). September 08, 2011
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Faxanadu (NES)
Was there a better video game system for platforming then the NES back in the day?  When games were games and you could be taken to those faraway lands and battle evil?  Sure the sounds weren't …
reviewed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (NES). September 07, 2011
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
The Ninja Turtles were colossal in the 80's and 90's and still remain popular and of course video games were a given.  A majority of them were arcade style beat em up games akin to Double …
reviewed Doom (SNES). September 03, 2011
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Doom (SNES)
Growing up without a PC in the mid ninties sucked.  No internet as it was coming into fruition and almost as bad, no great PC games to play.  No Wing Commander II and worse no Doom which was …
reviewed LA Noire. August 15, 2011
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LA Noire
Okay not really but a corrupt LAPD isn't anything new, so why play a game that has this as a plot point, because LA Noire is one of the most atmospheric games out there.      …
reviewed Mortal Kombat (2011). July 14, 2011
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Mortal Kombat (2011)
Street Fighter wasn't the first fighting game series that was popular in the 90's as Mortal Kombat took enough of it's pie away and over time both games had they're own hits and misses.  …
reviewed Privateer (PC). July 07, 2011
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Privateer
In the 90's, the Wing Commander games were taking the PC world by storm and in 93, the series spun off into this game that gives you the ability to play a Han Solo type in search of money and work.   …
reviewed Saints Row 2. July 07, 2011
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Saints Row 2
Grand Theft Auto made the sandbox genre popular and big, but Saints Row is the one that took the idea and ran with it.  So much so that GTA took Saints Row's ideas and used them in later games.  …
reviewed Clock Tower. July 05, 2011
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Clock Tower
While many of us can point to Resident Evil as being the trendsetter in the survival horror game series, this little gem from the land of the rising sun could have had that crown first, if only for the …
reviewed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turt.... July 03, 2011
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV Turtles In Time
Well I just talked about one classic SNES game, heres another one.      Back when we still had those things called arcades, arcade to home transfers really didn't get any justice …
reviewed Super Metroid. July 03, 2011
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A trip down Super Nintendo Memory Lane isn't complete without remembering this gem.  Super Metroid was another one of those crowning jewels in the SNES library that will cement it as one of …
reviewed Duke Nukem Forever. June 17, 2011
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Duke Nukem Forever
In the 90's the FPS genre was taking over and clones of Doom were churning out endlessly and that still holds true today.  Many of those FPS games then and no are cookie cutter cutouts of one …
reviewed WWE All-Stars. March 31, 2011
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WWE All-Stars
The Smackdown wrestling games started pretty good but would often change the controls from game to game making you re-learn the simple game mechanics or over complicate the game with stupid timing puzzles …
reviewed You Don't Know Jack (PS3). March 02, 2011
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You Don't Know Jack (PS3)
It started in the mid ninties, has had it's theme games and experiments but when all is said and done, You Don't Know Jack is back full throttle with a lavishly produced new entry into the franchize.   …
reviewed You Don't Know Jack Volume 4: The Rid.... February 28, 2011
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The You Don't Know Jack series up at this games point had played it pretty straight with it's snarky sense of humor and clever way of putting questions together using topics like Oedipus and …
reviewed Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worl.... February 20, 2011
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Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds: Special
The original Marvel Vs Capcom debuted in 1999 and it's superior sequel came out a year later.  Teaming up with popular Marvel comic's characters with Capcom video games biggest heroes and …
reviewed Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned. December 22, 2010
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Show your rivals who's boss.
The Ballad of Gay Tony was a great add on for the Grand Theft Auto IV series.  It was fun and bright with big nights of glitz and action.  The Lost and the Damned replaces many of those aspects …
reviewed Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony. December 20, 2010
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Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony
Grand Theft Auto IV had a BIG and involved city full of drug dealers, double crosses, broken hearts and broken dreams.  It was engrossing but damn if the dingy tone and hard work led to little payoff …
reviewed River City Ransom. November 18, 2010
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River City Ransom
The days of the classic NES were good days indeed.  Games still felt like games without being too real and really had some levity in them.  This game even with it's an action game feels …
reviewed Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare.... October 28, 2010
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Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare
Red Dead Redemption will be undoubtedly the measure by all cowboy and Western games to come.  I can’t blame them for taking this familiar world that we all know and tweaking it with a sort …
reviewed Double Dragon III The Sacred Stones (.... October 05, 2010
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Double Dragon II
How could one of the best action sidescrollers of the 8 bit era hit such a speedbump and never return to greatness?  Seriously, there were NO good Double Dragon games after this. The story is that …
reviewed Privateer 2: The Darkening [PC Game]. October 01, 2010
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The Wing Commander series is one of my favorite series of PC games that sadly went away in the late 90s and only fan projects and an XBox live game keep it really alive.  A spinoff game called Privateer …
reviewed Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Q.... September 27, 2010
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Donkey Kong Country 2 Diddy Kong Quest
In 1994, Donkey Kong Country came out in conjunction with Rare and with it's impressive rendered 3D style graphics, sweet sounds and platforming, it was a huge hit.  It took a forgotten Nintendo …
reviewed Final Fantasy II. September 27, 2010
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Final Fantasy II
Final Fantasy II came out on the SNES in America in the early 90's not too long after the first Final Fantasy game on the NES.  More Final Fantasy games came out in Japan in the interim and …
reviewed The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. September 26, 2010
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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
When the Super Nintendo came out in the early 90's many games that were big on the NES were remade or had sequels that were bigger and better over they're 8 bit counterparts.  Gradius, Castlevania, …
reviewed Super Mario Kart. September 26, 2010
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Super Mario Kart for the SNES is the first and some would say STILL the greatest in what started the Mario Kart racing franchise.  It was my first SNES game and I still find it dear.   …
reviewed Sim City (SNES). September 26, 2010
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Sim City (SNES)
There is one game that has burned up more hours in my Super Nintendo then any other game did.  Sim City on the SNES.      The story has you as the new mayor being put in charge …
reviewed The Godfather 2 [PS3]. September 10, 2010
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Godfather 2
The Godfather game on PS2 was my first sandbox game and I fell in love with it.  The sequel does up the ante in a few places, pulls back on others and as it stands is a worthy sequel.   …
reviewed Mafia II. August 27, 2010
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Mafia II
I really got into the Sandbox game genre a few years ago with EA's The Godfather loving the open world, go anywhere and do anything nature of the game.  I loved the sequel even despite bad press.  …
reviewed Red Dead Redemption. July 29, 2010
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Red Dead Redemption
I've recently became a fan of Rockstar games.  They're Grand Theft Auto IV is a large and immersive game that allows a lot of flexability as far as what you want to do and live.  Red …
reviewed Grand Theft Auto IV. June 17, 2010
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I'm new to the Grand Theft Auto games having always heard of the violent and questionable content.  Grabbing this one I can see what all the hype was about, it's a very absorbing game, very …
reviewed Legends of Wrestlemania. May 17, 2010
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Legends of Wrestlemania
Wrestling.  For a pasttime that is looked at with disdain by most seeing it's fans as knuckle dragging apes, it is very easy to lose yourself in the moment and see these guys as your heroes and let …
reviewed Dragon Warrior II. February 19, 2010
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Dragon Warrior II
   I've always perferred the Dragon Warrior games to the Final Fantasy ones.  The games were a little more deeper, more fun to play and a familiar feel to them all that made them classics …
reviewed Dragon Warrior III. February 09, 2010
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Dragon Warrior III
   I have all the original Dragon Warrior games on my NES and everytime I think it's time to get rid of it, I always think of those games that I still want to come back and play again, and …
reviewed Doom 3. June 23, 2009
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Doom 3
THe original DOom is one of the biggest trend setters in gaming ever.  Walk down corridors with your gun, and if it movies shoot it.  It's the big daddy of FPS games.  Sure Wolfenstein …
reviewed Dragon Warrior IV. June 20, 2009
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Dragon Warrior IV
I still remember the Dragon Warrior games.  I felt they were a little more in depth then the Final Fantasy game at the time and the fact that we got more of them was even better.  Final Fantasy …
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