July 2nd, 2006 | PSP | Review
Boku no Natsuyasumi Portable
The best game about playing outside gets even more ironic in its handheld remake, but damn is it good as ever.

March 27th, 2006 | Other | Review
Karnov (the Movie)
A group of energetic Pittsburgh talent delivers a coming-of-old-age tale for our times.

January 27th, 2006 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Bokura no Kazoku
Longer than a summer vacation, but not quite as exhilarating. So it goes when a developer steps away from a genre they knew best.

December 10th, 2004 | Nintendo DS | Review
Feel the Magic: XY/XX
Sega's DS debut is certainly not what you'd expect from a launch game, which is just fine with us.

December 7th, 2004 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
Political intensity, deranged bad guys and really cute smart chicks?! Oh is it ever good to have a Kojima game again.

November 11th, 2004 | Review | Xbox
OutRun 2
The arcade hit comes home! And in kind of a close call, too. Sega puts its racing legacy in good hands.

November 11th, 2004 | GameCube | Review
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Don't call it a comeback! No, we know, Mario's always "back." But not Paper Mario! Yeah! Oh, just read the thing.

May 8th, 2004 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Katamari Damacy
Crushing the nonbelievers under the weight of a cosmic orb covered in their own filth. It's how we roll.

April 25th, 2004 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Doko Demo Issyo: Toro to Nagareboshi
Sony's great white hope is on board for another adventure of percolating cuteness and what a surprise, so are we.

March 15th, 2004 | GameCube | Review
Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes
The remake train keeps rolling with Konami's PlayStation classic now in Nintendo's hands.

February 13th, 2004 | GB Advance | Review
Metroid: Zero Mission
Return to Zebes and then some with this surprisingly refreshing remake of the NES classic.

January 5th, 2004 | GameCube | Review
Takahashi-Meijin no Bouken Jima
You just can't keep a good pudgy dude in a grass skirt down. We look at the GameCube remake of Adventure Island.

January 5th, 2004 | GameCube | Review
PC Genjin
Budget Bonk beats back bad beview. Sorry, I mean review. It's made by Budson Boft.

January 5th, 2004 | GameCube | Review
Dream Mix TV World Fighters
Another group of game heroes collide in the first real rip-off of Super Smash Bros. Is Hudson's (and Konami's and Takara's) attempt a worthy contender?

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!" Can FF's first direct sequel rise above?

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

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

October 10th, 2003 | 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 strategy RPG invasion begins with this devilish title. Psh, your sword is only at level eight billion?

September 21st, 2003 | GB Advance | Review
Boktai
Konami's sun-sensing action RPG reaches US shores. And these vamps won't try to blow up your water treatment plant!

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 | 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. Don't take our word for it, the box already says it's Great!

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

June 20th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance
Our stupidly late review of the updated 2001 game of the year. We jam in the halfpipe with the Philanthropy boys and then some.

June 20th, 2003 | GB Advance | Review
Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow
The next Game Boy Castlevania scores Konami a well-deserved hat trick. This guy's no Alucard, but he sure is wispy.

June 20th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
.hack//Mutation
The offline online odyssey is barely half done in the second chapter. Are you here for it? Well, you kinda have to be.

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

April 25th, 2003 | GB Advance | Review
Moji Pittan Advance
Quite possibly the most gaijin-proof game ever, yet it's so irresistible! A quick look at Namco's syllabic puzzler.

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 | 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 | 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 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 17th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
Dynasty Warriors 3: Xtreme Legends
Piles and piles of disgraced Chinese soldiers... and then some! It's time for a standalone expansion to the rockin' and rollin' historical brawler.

February 16th, 2003 | PlayStation 2 | Review
.hack//Infection
An MMO game with players this smart has to be fiction. Can this new episodic action RPG live up to its cool concept?

February 4th, 2003 | Review | Xbox
Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball
Tecmo plays to their strengths. We're referring to enjoyable arcade-style sports games, of course.

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

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