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December 15th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Space Channel 5 Special Edition
Like a holiday shopping spree, we waited until the last minute to give you this review of Agetec's generously priced two-pack.

December 2nd, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Final Fantasy X-2
"Got the time?" "Yeah, X-2, X-2 your own damn business!"

December 1st, 2003 | Feature | PS1
Final Fantasy VII Advent Calendar
It's a whole dang month of holiday fun in what is without doubt our stupidest feature thus far, presenting 24 historical writeups based on the greatest game of all time! 1997.

November 30th, 2003 | GB Advance | Review
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
Nintendo puts a new Mario RPG in another set of capable hands.

November 18th, 2003 | Feature
Survival Horror Fashion Showdown
Come with us on a magical dress-up journey through the world of the shotgun-toting heroine! Can Rebecca really stop the train while wearing that halter top?!

October 30th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Castlevania: Lament of Innocence
Is the third time a charm for a 3D Castlevania? Find out as we take a deep, long look in our review of Konami's latest. Just in time for Halloween!!!

October 29th, 2003 | Game Boy | Profile
Super Mario 3 Special
It's the other GB Mario 3, the one Nintendo doesn't want you to know about. A little older, a little uglier and with that special Chinese touch.

October 19th, 2003 | GB Advance | Review
Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3
Finally, vindication.

October 10th, 2003 | Nintendo GameCube | Review
Viewtiful Joe
A loud, cel-shaded 2D action game about a movie freak that transforms into a Japanese-style superhero. Finally a game we can all relate to.

September 29th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Disgaea: Hour of Darkness
Nippon Ichi's American SRPG invasion begins with this devilish title.

September 21st, 2003 | GB Advance | Review
Boktai
Konami's sun-sensing action RPG reaches US shores.

September 13th, 2003 | GB Advance | Review
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
Square makes a triumphant return to Nintendo's turf with their most pleasant sequel yet.

August 31st, 2003 | Review | Xbox
Otogi: Myth of Demons
Sega grabs a From Software game that's beautiful, lasting and fun. Wait, who did you say made it...?

August 28th, 2003 | Nintendo GameCube | Review
F-Zero GX
How can an unholy union produce such a promising sequel to one of Nintendo's own beloved franchises? Just kidding with the fanboy routine.

August 24th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Silent Hill 3
Konami adds some girl power to its horror series, but unfortunately murderous hellspawn are gender-neutral.

August 15th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution
Time to get back to the dojo in Sega's shiny new English version of VF4 Evo.

August 8th, 2003 | Profile | Sega Saturn
Resident Evil
Like a zombie in itself, the aged vessel of Resident Evil lurched onto the Saturn, gameplay intact. Dignity, not so much.

August 6th, 2003 | GB Advance | Review
Hachiemon
A very... different brand of platformer reaches the GBA with Namco's TV mascot adventure.

August 4th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Preview
Gregory Horror Show
It's not quite Resident Evil, and for all we know that could be a good thing.

July 12th, 2003 | Feature | Master System
Phantasy Star Walkthrough
What the hell has Alex been doing for the past three years? Slaving away over a hot Master System, clutching a bloodied graph paper notebook to his 8-bit heart.

July 12th, 2003 | Master System | Profile
Phantasy Star
Sega's oft-celebrated early RPG is celebrated once again -- by us, so you know it counts.

June 21st, 2003 | Profile | PS1
Boku no Natsuyasumi
It's the first day of summer, so we kick it off with a love letter to the game that's all about it.

June 20th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance
Our stupidly late review of the updated 2001 game of the year.

June 20th, 2003 | GB Advance | Review
Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow
The next Game Boy Castlevania scores Konami a well-deserved hat trick.

June 20th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
.hack//Mutation
The offline online odyssey is barely half done in the second chapter. Hoo boy.

June 6th, 2003 | E3 | Feature
E3 2003 Photo Album
It's all here for your perusal. And boy, that was way more work than we thought. Not that it's good or anything. We're just saying.

May 24th, 2003 | GB Advance | Review
WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$
Nintendo's quintessential antihero gets a new portable adventure in crack and capitalism.

May 3rd, 2003 | Profile | PS1
Super Adventure Rockman
It's a blast from the full-motion past -- which it also was when it first came out.

April 28th, 2003 | Feature
Joel’s Paramount PS2 Poonstravaganza
Our man with the lack of pants lets us in on Japan's all-inclusive digital love of the female form. Take one hand off the controller and read on.

April 25th, 2003 | GB Advance | Review
Moji Pittan Advance
Quite possibly the most gaijin-proof game ever. Yet so irresistible!

April 11th, 2003 | Dreamcast | Profile
Napple Tale
Here we are, going off again about the girly Japanese games. But this one is different! No really, it's ART! Come on.

April 9th, 2003 | PS1 | Review
Final Fantasy Origins
Hey, Square! Finished a remake of your classic RPG but you accidentally put it on a failed handheld? Time for Plan B.

April 3rd, 2003 | Nintendo GameCube | Review
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker
When five billion reviews just won't cut it, we provide the five billionth and first. And don't worry, we promise not to use the word "Celda". ...Oops.

March 18th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Xenosaga Episode I (the Game)
Just how do you review one of the most talked-about and controversial games of the year? Easy: twice!

March 18th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Xenosaga Episode I (the Cut-scenes)
Just how do you review one of the most talked-about and controversial games of the year? Easy: twice!

March 8th, 2003 | Nintendo GameCube | Review
Resident Evil Zero
A review of a four-month old game? But it just came out yesterday in Europe! We're rationalized!

March 7th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Preview
Doko Demo Issyo: Watashi na Ehon
Everybody's favorite Japanese kitty (the one you never heard of) engages in some literary cuteness.

March 6th, 2003 | Other | Review
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Original Soundtrack
Too lazy to write a game review, we decided to blow some bucks on import soundtracks and throw this up instead. Enjoy!

March 6th, 2003 | Other | Review
UNLIMITED Saga Original Soundtrack
Too lazy to write a game review, we decided to blow some bucks on import soundtracks and throw this up instead. Enjoy!

February 21st, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Preview
Aerobics Revolution
Konami goes full-bore into the fitness world with this all-healthy-all-the-time version of DDR.

February 17th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Dynasty Warriors 3: Xtreme Legends
Piles and piles of disgraced Chinese soldiers... and then some!

February 16th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
.hack//Infection
An MMO game with players this smart has to be fiction.

February 14th, 2003 | Game Boy | Profile
Metroid II: Return of Samus
Want to know just how poorly the black-and-white entry in the Metroid series has aged?

February 4th, 2003 | Review | Xbox
Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball
Tecmo plays to their strengths.

January 27th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Switch
We take a look at the PS2 remake of the original dogs-that-grow-boobs adventure game.

January 27th, 2003 | Feature
Vacation Sim Showdown
Japan's fastest-growing new genre (ahem) inspires this Crunk battle royale. Which game is prettier? Controls best? Will confuse you less? It's time to find out, chunky!

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