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PaRappa the Rapper 2 – Second Opinion

PaRappa The Rapper 2 had the feeling of an append but came advertised as a full game, and when judged as such it simply doesnt measure up.

Sly Cooper And The Thievius Raccoonus – Review

Sly Cooper And The Thievius Raccoonus wont get marks for being the most revolutionary game ever. Nor will it get high marks for its depth or length. But developer Sucker Punch knew how to make their inaugural PlayStation 2 title a noteworthy one.

Sly Cooper And The Thievius Raccoonus – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Mild Violence

The Mark of Kri – Second Opinion

I'm happy to say I can echo Brad's enthusiasm regarding The Mark Of Kri. It's a damn fine game. And while I don't quite consider it the masterpiece he does, there's no denying that its innovations are fresh and well-implemented.

Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy – Second Opinion

Ah, Jak and Daxter. I have a solid appreciation and more than a handful of fond memories for this disc.

Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy – Review

Over the past few years, gaming has started to notice the value of having a main character duo as opposed to a lone hero. In some games, like Banjo-Kazooie, the teaming up is essential to advancing through the game's missions (players must utilize both Banjo and Kazooie to complete different objectives). Other games, like Naughty Dog's Jak and Daxter aren't quite so ambitious in their use of two lead characters--the mute Jak does all of the work while Daxter provides the running commentary. However, theres no denying that the presence of a second lead character (or even a sidekick) gives these games an edge over their more traditional single lead character counterparts.

Stuart Little 2 – Consumer Guide

Stuart Little 2 – Review

Parents and children in search of quality game software haven't had an easy time despite the industrys recent boom years. Theres no shortage of inane titles lining shelves with only a cartoon license or television character as the selling point, but these kinds of shovelware arent acceptable. If a game is too simplistic and boring, its hard for parents to maintain interest in their childs activity. If the game isnt very good to begin with, or if the difficulty level isnt keyed in to young ones, the child will get frustrated by the gameplay.

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