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Gamecube games’ list for winter 2003-2004

Mario Kart: Double Dash!! 1080° Avalanche Mario Party 5 Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Kirby: Air Ride Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords F-Zero: GX Pikmin 2 Starwars: Rebel Strike: Rogue Squadron III Viewtiful Joe Soul Calibur II Sonic Heros Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes Prince of Persia: The Sands of […]

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The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker (GC) Review

This newest Legend of Zelda, has probably been the most controversial one and because of this I approached this game differently than I had approached any other of its predecessors. I can blame my lack of enthusiasm on the misconceptions I had on the Cel- Shaded look. However once I started playing I realized that […]

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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (GC) Review

Hail to the King! Perfection is a hard thing to find in this world, and more so in the convoluted world of video games. However if there was ever a game in the medium that deserved a perfect score that game would probably be The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. In 1998 when the […]

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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64/GC) Review

  Nothing in this world is perfect; everything that was or is has flaws. It’s the law of nature; it’s the law of life. This law also applies to videogames because humans who are hindered by those laws create them. That being said, something very special, in fact, something quite extraordinary (some would say nothing […]

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The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask (N64/GC) Review

While the 16 bit era came and went with only one Zelda title, the legendary A Link to the Past, the 32-64 bit era was a bit kinder to Zelda fans as it featured two great Zelda titles. One of them was of course (Arguably) the greatest game of all time Ocarina of Time in […]

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The Legend of Zelda (NES/GC) Review

This was the game that began everything, not just the Zelda series, but everything. Every RPG, especially Action-RPGs that came after the original Legend of Zelda, took gameplay and level design ideas from it. In 1987 this game was nothing short of revolutionary, a lot like what Ocarina of Time was in 1998. However I […]

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Tales of Symphonia (GC) Review

Namco’s 2003 Tales of Symphonia is along with Sega’s Skies of Arcadia, pretty much the only RPG star in the dry RPG dessert that it is the Game Cube. The long running Tales series carries a lot of prestige with it, so it is my pleasure to say that Tales of Symphonia does not disappoint […]

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Skies of Arcadia (DC/GC) Review

The Last Great RPG From Sega Skies of Arcadia, will most probably be remembered as the last great RPG to appear on a Sega console, and perhaps maybe the last great RPG from Sega itself. This is a lofty position to be in as Skies of Arcadia is the last great RPG in a lineage […]

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Resident Evil 4 (GC) Review

I was never a big fan of the Resident Evil games, I did finish Resident Evil 2 and RE: Code veronica, but even then, while I still consider RE: 2 a classic the games were far from flawless. Graphically the games always did the trick; I will never forget how awesome Code Veronica first looked […]

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Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance (GC) Review

The Baldur’s Gate series has been around for a while now and the PC control on a console was ingenious, and I do believe that if you like games such as: Never winter nights and Diablo II, then you should play this game… The game play of Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance was very basic. It […]