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Legacy Of Kain: Soul Reaver – Consumer Guide

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

Jade Cocoon: The Story of Tamamayu

Game Description: Try to save your village from a swarm of giant insects in Jade Cocoon: The Story of Tamamayu. Your goal is simple: you must travel through the forests surrounding your town and capture over 150 different monsters. When you capture a monster, you can either sell it for cash or train it to fight for you. If you want to combine the elements of particular monsters, breed them and create the ultimate weapon. Only you can save your village in Jade Cocoon: The Story of Tamamayu.

Um Jammer Lammy

Game Description: Where Lammy goes mosh pits follow. She's the guitar-slinging megastar of an all-chick band called MilkCan. Help Lammy make it to her big gig on timeby jamming to everything from rock to punk. You can even take on another player with an awesome two-player mode. Um Jammer Lammy...it rocks.

Um Jammer Lammy – Second Opinion

While I agree with some of Dale's gripes, I had a slightly more positive reaction to Lammy. Many of my own initial complaints stemmed more from the start of the game, which seems to mirror PaRappa too closely.

Um Jammer Lammy – Review

PaRappa was the first music-based video game to hit the market and when gamers took to it right away, it changed just about everything in the industry.

Um Jammer Lammy – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Comic Mischief

R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 – Review

When the original Ridge Racer was released on the then newborn PlayStation, it impressed me as a graphical wonder and was an excellent showcase for the system. However, I was then a Nintendo loyalist so I didn't admit my opinion of the game too loudly. In fact, I avoided the game and the PlayStation like the plague. But fortunately now in 1999, I have outgrown my devout system loyalty and it seems only fitting that I am reviewing R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 (R4) since it may be the last installation of the series on the PlayStation. The next one is expected to migrate to the yet-to-be-named next generation Sony system.

R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 – Second Opinion

Over the years, I became an extremely harsh critic of the series' lack of innovation, and when it came time to review R4, I was not a happy camper. Yet this time around, things were different. It certainly helped that it has been a long hiatus since the last incarnation, but I think it had more to do with my own personal maturity, and new-found understanding of the business world.

R4: Ridge Racer Type 4

Game Description: It is speed incarnate. Its sexy sheet metal restrains a 3000 CC power plant that hits 0-190 MPH in a snap of a linguini. It is the Bisonrte—just one of the automotive marvels the scorch the streets in Ridge Racer Type 4. With over 300 new cars 45 fantastic models 8 thrilling courses a 2-player split-screen mode there is only one way to drive...fast. R4's asphalt gulping graphics and spectacular racing environments deliver racing speeds that were once deemed impossible.

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