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Ape Escape 3 – Review

Somehow I managed to miss out on the whole Ape Escape thing. I was always aware that the series existed, but beyond that basic awareness, I didn't have any feelings towards it one way or the other. I wasn't even sure whether the fact that the titular apes were escaping was supposed to be a good or bad thing.

Ape Escape Academy – Review

Making a name for itself by being the first game designed for use with the then-new concept of dual analog sticks, Ape Escape has never truly been at the forefront of platforming action. Take away the newness of its features (or just take away the dual sticks, as the PSP re-release of Ape Escape has) and what's left is an uninspired effort that can't hang with the big boys of the genre.

Ape Escape Academy – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor

Shadow of the Colossus Second Opinion

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Videogames that aim to be more than just videogames are few and far between. The vast majority of titles out there aim to sell a million copies, and if they happen to have a message or morals thrown in, well that's just accidental icing on the cake.

Shadow of the Colossus Review

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Shadow of the Colossus is a videogame for people who love videogames. To the casual player it may seem like nothing more than just another exceptionally beautiful 3rd person climbing and stabbing simulator, but to gamers who have been playing for their entire lives it's something grander and more significant. Shadow asks big questions about game design, and suggests changes to the way we approach videogames.

Flipnic: Ultimate Pinball – Second Opinion

I didn't find Flipnic as tedious as Andrew seemed to. It can be a harsh mistress at times, but I didn't walk away in ambivalence. The worst I can say about Flipnic is that it's an acquired taste.

Siren

Game Description: Siren is a new kind of horror game, sure to raise goosebumps with its aura of suspense & fear. In a remote Japanese fishing village, there is a terrible earthquake, and a mysterious siren blares. The next morning, the village is isolated by a sea of blood. Out of this sea crawl the former residents of the town—now transformed into hideous zombies. A few have not been changed - lead them off the island to safety at all costs. Players have the unique power to see through the eyes of the undead, for a new level of strategy and terror—try not to jump when you switch views and see the undead sneaking up right behind you!

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