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Finding Nemo

Game Description: Guide Marlin, Dory, and Nemo through the ultimate underwater adventure. Meet all of the great characters from the Disney/Pixar movie, Finding Nemo, as you live all the excitement of the film's storyline. The search for Nemo is on, and it's up to you to find him. Dive in!

Puyo Pop – Review

You can't tell by the cutesy cartoon characters, colorful blobs with big eyes and little squeaking Japanese girls, but the basis behind Sega's Puyo Pop came from Russia.

Evil Dead: A Fistful of Boomstick – Review

THQ and developer VIS (the guys responsible for the mega-hyped failure State Of Emergency) began work on a new Evil Dead game: Evil Dead: A Fistful Of Boomstick. While not a great game on any level, the game does at least improve upon its predecessor.

Evil Dead: A Fistful of Boomstick – Consumer Guide

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

Puyo Pop – Second Opinion

I first fell in love with Puyo Pop when it was known as Kirby's Avalanche way back on the SNES, and it's been a favorite ever since. (This game has been around for years and years under one title or another, though it's more well-known in Japan.) One reason behind my affection for the little colored blobs is that I see Puyo Pop as a flawless example of the correct way to design puzzlers.

Tetris Worlds – Second Opinion

Worst. Tetris. Ever.

Well, the worst I've played,

Red Faction 2 – Review

There's just something sad about videogame villain design. Take Red Faction II for example. The game is clearly set in a far-flung future, where dictators should be sporting snappier duds than today's. Designers can afford to take liberties on the villain's fashion sense because it's in the future.

Red Faction 2 – Consumer Guide

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

Sonic Advance – Review

To the new generation of young gamers, playing a Sonic The Hedgehog title on a Nintendo platform might not seem like anything that extraordinary, for it just represents another side-scrolling title. Yet, for anyone having owned a Super Nintendo or Sega Genesis and still retaining a bit of knowledge of the early nineties’ console war, such a thing would have been unthinkable even two years ago.

Sonic Advance – Consumer Guide

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