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Lost Magic

Game Description: Lost Magic is an action RPG set in a mysterious realm, where magic is everywhere. A realm where monsters wield unimaginable power and the fate of the universe is held together by seven magical wands. As a wizard in this realm, you'll have to command a number of monster squads in battle, while unleashing your magic to defeat the forces that threaten your world.

Lost Magic – Review

My favorite videogames are the ones most people don't think to make. I'll spend money just for the chance to run a farm, to whack frogs into holes with golf clubs, to rain destruction upon my enemies using calligraphy. Heck—innovation-lust is the reason I bought a Nintendo DS in the first place. But after playing Lost Magic, I have to wonder: is innovation enough to make a game any good?

Lost Magic – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Mild Fantasy Violence

Exit – Review

Without a doubt, the next generation of hardware should be pretty fantastic from a technical standpoint—and by extension, the games should be too. These superpowered machines are more potent than ever, and it's pretty clear that the stakes are being raised for developers who want to compete; the market is being driven towards an endless cycle of must-be-a-blockbuster.

Exit – Consumer Guide

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

Graffiti Kingdom – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Violence

Graffiti Kingdom – Review

When I reviewed Magic Pengel: The Quest for Color in 2003, I was blown away by the freedom of creativity and customization it offered. That game contained a very powerful drawing engine which was capable of taking player-created images and instantly translating them into interactive 3D characters. Without overstating the case, I thought that what this engine was capable of was flat-out amazing.

Graffiti Kingdom

Game Description: Graffiti Kingdom is the sequel to Magic Pengel, a popular action-adventure game that stormed Japan and developed a worldwide cult following last year. You'll play as Prince Pixel, a young hero trying to save his Canvas Kingdom. The once-peaceful land was turned into a dangerous labyrinth—with a little help from his 'Box Dog' and a magic wand that makes anything he draws real, he'll fix everything! Players will use their imagination to battle their way through levels or creatively solve puzzles, for a totally unique adventure.

Power Shovel

Game Description: You’re the new guy on the construction site, and as luck would have it the foreman put you in charge of the power shovel. If you do well, he’ll give you a bunch of money. However, if you make mistakes, it’ll mean the end of a good job. In order to succeed, you’ll need to tear down buildings, win a speed-loading contest, and destroy a limousine in record time. With dozens of levels and cutscenes, Power Shovel is an entertaining original. Play alone or challenge a friend!

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