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Siren – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence

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!

Flipnic: Ultimate Pinball – Review

On paper, pinball sounds like an endurance test of the most banal kind. In practice, however, the game is brought to life by the pings, dings, numbers, lights, and everything else that makes the player feel like they're somehow "winning." It's man and machine in noisy harmony, and it's great. Well, great enough to make us forget we're just flicking a metal ball up a sloped table-top for as long as possible.

Flipnic: Ultimate Pinball

Game Description:  Flipnic: Ultimate Pinball revolutionizes the game of pinball by including themed multi-level tables, unique, challenging table missions, and exciting multiplayer mini-games.

Lifeline

Game Description: In the first-ever voice activated action-adventure, work together with Rio by verbally guiding her through this heart-pounding adventure., Put down the controller and speak up! In the first-ever voice activated action-adventure game, players will work together with the main character Rio by verbally guiding her through this heart-pounding adventure. Compatible with any USB headset peripheral, LifeLine's unprecedented technology features voice-recognition of over 5,000 words and 100,000 phrases such as Shoot! Run! and Dodge and reload.

Lifeline – Review

Lifeline is a great idea. Not just a good or unusually creative one, but a truly great one. The player takes on the role of an "operator" trapped in a room on an orbiting space hotel. Aliens have invaded this hotel, and the only way to take action is by helping Rio, a waitress who survived the invasion. In front of you are a computer terminal with access to mechanical systems and a viewscreen employing countless security cameras.

Lifeline – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Fantavision – Second Opinion

Brad Gallaway ended his review of Fantavision by saying that he feels like he was ripped off by the game, despite the fact that he got it for free. So you can imagine how I felt after paying five dollars for it. Sure, those are Canadian dollars, but still.

Fantavision – Review

Have you ever seen a game on a shelf that you looked at over and over without ever buying? Have you ever left the store and then picked the game right back up on your next visit? You may feel drawn to repeatedly scrutinize the same package, but its hard to tell the difference between a sleeper hit and a piece of garbage from a box cover.

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