Beyond Good & Evil Review

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Although hampered by some technical issues, Beyond Good & Evil manages to create an indelible experience that is very hard to replicate. Beyond Good & Evil is definitely not the first game to quote Friedrich Nietzsche. Titles like Baldur’s Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast have also referenced the work…

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SSX 3 Review

Not only is SSX 3 the best snowboarding title ever created, but it also renders obsolete every single game in the genre that preceded it. Electronic Arts had already proven that developing a compelling and accessible snowboarding game was possible when the company released the original PlayStation 2 launch game…

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Viewtiful Joe Review

Impressive artistic design, solid humor, eminently satisfying boss encounters and reliable controls are all parts of this video game homage to classic films. Capcom is a company well known for making difficult games. Some of these include titles from the Street Fighter, Mega Man, Resident Evil and Devil May Cry…

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SSX Tricky Review

SSX Tricky is more than a simple upgrade. Not only is this a true follow up to the original, but also one of the greatest snowboarding games ever released on a console. The original SSX was one of the best PlayStation 2 titles as it featured a pretty unique gameplay,…

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Onimusha 3: Demon Siege Review

This conclusion to the long-running series of action adventure games features a vastly improved gameplay, more polished graphics and fast-pace combats. The main heroes of the Onimusha series always had to accomplish the same thing: defeat evil Nobunaga Oda. Onimusha 3 has the same premise but it manages to tell…

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SSX Review

Although at times it may become frustrating, SSX is probably one of the best snowboarding games ever released on a console. SSX (also known as Snowboard Super Cross) was originally released as one of the PlayStation 2 launch titles and it quickly became one of the platform’s greatest games as…

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Amplitude Review

Amplitude demonstrated that the niche rhythm genre has massive appeal, and that’s an achievement in itself. Amplitude is the direct sequel to one of the best games in the music genre: Frequency. This follow-up has all the features one could expect, like improved graphics, a better online multiplayer mode, a…

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Frequency Review

Frequency was the first and one of the most refreshingly unique games in the music genre, and the fact that it has influenced modern classics makes it more than appealing. The music genre has been changing dramatically for the past decade or so. It’s funny to look back and remember…

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Final Fantasy XII Review

Final Fantasy XII for the PlayStation 2 features a very immersive world, really good graphics and amazing sound, making it one of the best role-playing experiences you can find on the console. Final Fantasy XII became really famous because it arrived almost at the end of the PlayStation 2’s lifecycle…

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