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Sunday, February 15 2009

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.


Sunday, February 8 2009

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.


Tuesday, January 27 2009

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?


Tuesday, January 20 2009

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.


Sunday, January 18 2009

Castlevania Judgment

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


Tuesday, January 13 2009

Skate It

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


Monday, January 5 2009

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.


Tuesday, December 30 2008

Dr. Seuss Lives on in World of Goo


Tuesday, December 9 2008

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.


Sunday, December 7 2008

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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The Console War (Moving Pixels) [21.Oct.08]
de Blob (Reviews) [19.Oct.08]
Wario Land: Shake It! (Reviews) [12.Oct.08]
Mario Super Sluggers (Reviews) [30.Sep.08]
Adventure: Adventure (Capsule Reviews) [30.Sep.08]
Wonder World Amusement Park (Reviews) [16.Sep.08]
Space Chimps (Reviews) [2.Sep.08]
Order Up! (Reviews) [26.Aug.08]
Wii Fit (Reviews) [24.Jul.08]
Opoona (Reviews) [22.Jul.08]
Deca Sports (Reviews) [13.Jul.08]
Boom Blox (Reviews) [19.Jun.08]
The Family by Jeff Sharlet (Reviews) [12.Jun.08]
Battle of the Bands (Reviews) [3.Jun.08]
Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Reviews) [22.May.08]
Sega Bass Fishing Returns! (Moving Pixels) [21.May.08]
Mario Kart Wii (Reviews) [13.May.08]
Worms: A Space Oddity (Reviews) [6.May.08]
Searching for the Next Wii Sports (Moving Pixels) [18.Apr.08]
NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams (Reviews) [6.Apr.08]
Bully: Scholarship Edition (Reviews) [3.Apr.08]
Bomberman Land (Reviews) [9.Mar.08]
Mario Party DS (Reviews) [6.Mar.08]
Puzzle Quest (Reviews) [24.Feb.08]
No More Heroes (Reviews) [21.Feb.08]
Endless Ocean (Reviews) [12.Feb.08]
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