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Cloning Clyde

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Game Description: Have you ever been cloned? Ever wonder what it would be like to be a chicken? A monkey? A frog? Well, wonder no more when you play Cloning Clyde, the zany side-scrolling platformer game on Xbox Live Arcade, new from NinjaBee. Cloning Clyde is a 3D side-scrolling adventure, featuring (of course!) multiplayer gameplay. Play split screen on a single console, or mutate online with your friends across the world via Xbox Live® Arcade. Can you free yourselves from the myriad sinister traps and mutations that await you? Get Cloning today and find out!

Kingdom Hearts II Review

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The difference between the original game and its sequel are like the difference between night and day. Every place the first was flawed, the second polishes to perfection. The aspects that formerly irritated and infuriated me are completely gone, replaced by choices that make more sense and enhance the experience.

Kingdom Hearts II

Game Description: Kingdom Hearts II follows Sora, Donald, and Goofy on their continuing quest. It's been a year since the events of Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories. The story begins in Twilight Town, a quiet burg nestled between night and day. Sora and friends are joined by a vibrant new cast of characters, including the king himself! Together, they encounter countless dangers—in worlds both familiar and brand-new. Cameo appearances by popular Final Fantasy characters.

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.

Daxter – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Blood, Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor, Mild Language

Daxter – Review

It may have taken a while, but the PSP is heating up. No one could have been more surprised than I was that Sony's handheld sputtered so profoundly and so long out of the gate with its serious lack of quality software, but those days appear to be over. Among a recent burst of excellent games comes Daxter, heir to the legacy of Sony's high-profile platforming franchise.

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.

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