Articles tagged religion, miis, wii, nintendo

26 Feb 2009 // 8:00 PM

SimAnimals

This simulation of animal behavior may further the Sim-franchise's interests in simulating human behavior.

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24 Feb 2009 // 8:00 PM

SPRay

While plenty of games have been very clearly inspired by Super Mario 64, SPRay might be the first that's drawn so directly from the underrated Super Mario Sunshine.

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Iron Chef America: Supreme Cuisine (Wii Version)

If you really like the experience of chopping a lot, you're gonna love Iron Chef America: Supreme Cuisine.

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Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars

For all the innovation in Mushroom Men, it is not applied in a way that suitably overcomes the inherent problems of the genre.

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Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia

Surely, after almost four years of the DS being on the market, even the big N must realise that drawing circles on the screen is only fun, like, maybe twice?

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20 Jan 2009 // 8:00 PM

Mother 3

Like No More Heroes, this is a game where your own reactions and views are being toyed with. Unlike that game, however, this one is willing to do so with both humor and tragedy.

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Castlevania Judgment

Many of the characters in Judgment seem like caricatures of themselves, their designs clearly influenced a bit too much by Soul Calibur.

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13 Jan 2009 // 8:00 PM

Skate It

Skate It stands as one of most realistic skateboarding games ever made while maintaining the playability and casual attitude of its predecessors.

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Something to Do with Death

By manipulating mankind’s fear of death, organized religion clearly emerges as the most ruthless and totalitarian authority institution in the history of the world.

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“Each chapter also has its own small story arc, with background flavours involving targeted marketing campaigns, beauty products, brand loyalty, evil products with glossy packaging,

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9 Dec 2008 // 8:00 PM

Quantum of Solace

What truly shines in Quantum of Solace is the single player mode, not the multiplayer that the series has become notorious for.

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Fault Lines by Nancy Huston

Erra’s childish recounting of body parts that grow and those that don’t, including a count of her own lost baby teeth, is a rare moment where the narrator truly is only six.

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25 Nov 2008 // 8:00 PM

For all intents and purposes, Art Style: Rotohex is Tetris with triangles.

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20 Nov 2008 // 10:14 PM

Sam & Max: Season One

For a player wanting a good laugh, Sam & Max delivers.

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19 Nov 2008 // 9:00 PM

A look at the latest iteration of Tetris via Nintendo's WiiWare.

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13 Nov 2008 // 9:00 PM

Wii Music

Where Miyamoto says you're creating music, you're actually just creating varying rhythms, stringing together eighth and sixteenth notes.

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Love Marriage by V. V. Ganeshananthan

At the intersection of works on nationalism, cultural identity, and Sri Lankan history, stands this humble book -- part family history, part war memoir.

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26 Oct 2008 // 10:00 PM

Art Style: Orbient

How does one evaluate the challenge of a game that features an entirely unique play style?

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21 Oct 2008 // 5:05 AM

A Dramatization of the Console War of 2008.

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19 Oct 2008 // 10:00 PM

de Blob

de Blob is imbued with the same sort of grinding, childlike Zen that Katamari Damacy perfected.

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