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Star Ocean: The Second Story

Game Description: The gods are out to destroy the universe. When their meteor collides with the planet Expel, the paths of two heroes will cross and the fate of the universe will lie in their hands. You take the role of either Rena or Claude. While both characters are on the same quest, there are times when they will take separate paths. Naturally, both characters develop different skills throughout the game and along the way their actions determine which other characters in the game can be recruited. You can also spend skill points to learn new abilities that will improve your chances of success. Ultimately, both Rena and Claude will be able to create new items with their skills and some raw material. When you encounter enemies, all of the battles take place in real-time in beautifully rendered environments. It’s up to you to try and save the universe from the gods in Star Ocean: The Second Story.

Super Smash Bros.

Game Description: Super Smash Bros. pits Nintendo's biggest stars against each other in an all-out slugfest. Delivering fast-paced fighting action which is easy to learn and tough to master, this game features new moves, never-before seen battle arenas, and a fresh arsenal of special items. They've raced cars, they've thrown a party, and now Nintendo's cast of characters is taking its competitive spirit someplace it's never been before: the ring!

Midtown Madness – Second Opinion

Midtown Madness is a good racing game and this comes as a surprise because arcade-racing titles like this don't usually translate well on the PC. In "Cruise" mode, I got to drive anywhere and everywhere in the city of Chicago. Driving through heavy traffic is unlike anything else and the AI (though weak) offers a convincing city-traffic model.

Star Wars Episode I Racer

Game Description: Get behind the controls of a Podracer as Anakin Skywalker or any one of over 20 Podracers, as you feel the power of racing a twin-engine craft at 600 miles per hour. Visit eight distinctly detailed worlds as you make your way through Tusken Raider attacks, methane lakes, anti-gravity tunnels, and more. Each intense competition pits you against more than 20 opponents, as you do what you must to be the first to the finish line.

Pokémon Blue/Red – Review

Rather than wiping out endless hordes of monsters for fortune, glory, and (of course) experience points, Pokémon encourages captivity over annihilation. So much so, that collecting, trading, and training the stubborn little pocket monsters make up the heart of the game.

Pokémon Blue/Red

Game Description: In Pokémon Blue/Red, your mission is to collect all 150 Pokémon. To collect all 150, you'll need to train each captured Pokémon. Once they evolve, each Pokémon gains power, which can be used to defeat and capture other Pokémon. Along the way, several skilled trainers will challenge you to Pokémon duels. To win the game, you must defeat them all. Keep in mind that some Pokémon are rare and won't be found in your game. To get all 150, trade Pokémon with your friends using the Game Boy Link Cable, which allows the transfer of Pokémon between Game Paks.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Review

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Nintendo remained the only developer that seriously believed great games could be done on the Nintendo 64 and to finally prove it they decided to produce one of the most epic role-playing games ever made and let the consumers decide. The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time is Nintendo's answer to every question ever asked about video games and video game design. Miyamoto and his team created an imaginary world called Hyrule and invited us to all come play in it.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Game Description: Take control of Link, a young, mysterious boy with a promising future, in The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time for the Nintendo 64. Use your wits and physical skill (not to mention the many weapons and items you gain along the way) to help you on your quest to save the land of Hyrule. You will make many friends, including your trusty horse Epona and a strange figure that provides clues to aid you in your adventure. Not all the inhabitants are friendly though, and you will have to fight your way past many evil monsters and beasts. Travel through time by using your musical Ocarina, and figure out many puzzles using your brain and a few clues. The evil Ganondorf awaits. Are you up to the challenge?

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Second Opinion

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IT'S ALL TRUE! EVERYTHING DALE SAYS IS TRUE! In fact, everything you've heard or read from critics, gamers, magazines, web sites, television, family, and friends is true. This is the game of the century and who am I to disagree? After all, I'm one of the converted. Nothing I say or do will have any significant impact on your feelings toward the game or its historical precedence, but nonetheless, I will throw in my two cents and let it float out into the endless sea of cosmic thought that already surrounds this legendary game.

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