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Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Blood, Violence

Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow

Game Description: It's the most exciting Castlevania adventure yet! The year is 2035 and Soma Cruz is about to witness the first solar eclipse of the 21st century when he suddenly blacks out - only to awaken inside a mysterious castle. As Soma, you must navigate the castle's labyrinths while confronting perilous monsters at every turn. But beware, you must escape before evil consumes you!

Sub Rebellion – Second Opinion

I'm with Brad all the way. Sub Rebellion is one of those perfectly solid, perfectly enjoyable games that unfortunately no one bothered to play.

Mega Man: Network Transmission – Review

Culture changes. And whatever the intents or purposes of the culture makers (or artists, choose your term), they have to change with the times. On one level, it's a rather cynical process: aging artists and gray-haired entertainment execs trying to stay hip and fresh by copying what the kids on the streets are doing. Appropriation and exploitation is sometimes the name of the game.

Mega Man: Network Transmission – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Metal Slug X – Second Opinion

Quarter munchers are fun. Lucky for me, I'm playing this on a home console.

Mega Man: Network Transmission

Game Description: In Mega Man: Network Transmission, you must explore the gloomy stark and mysterious Cyber World to deal with a new computer virus harassing the Internet. Mega Man's inly link to the Real World is through friendly character Lan, who offers feedback and advice during play. Mega Man's first 3D action role playing adventure for the Nintendo GameCube; story-line tie-in to the Mega Man Battle Network series; collect battle chips, battle enemies; solve puzzles and uncover secret characters from the Mega Man universe.

House of the Dead III – Consumer Guide

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

Final Fight One – Second Opinion

Sadly, taking Final Fight One out for another spin proved to be a disaster and I took little joy in reenacting the old. The game is repetitive as Mike mentions, but that isn't what threw me for a loop. Even today, most contemporary games aren't as diverse as most people seem to think and repetition isn't necessarily the antithesis to engaging play.

Sonic Advance – Second Opinion

Jon is right in saying that Sonic Advance brings the series back to its 2D roots, but something seems different this time around. All the familiar elements are there: the loops, the speed, Dr. Robotnik. Yet all these elements don't seem to click as well they used to.

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