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Resident Evil (GameCube) – Second Opinion

I think Matt and I expected different things when we popped Resident Evil into our GameCubes. Whereas Matt was hoping for something "new," I was merely expecting a remake of the old survival horror classic that I loved so much back in the day.

Resident Evil (GameCube) – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Violence

Resident Evil (GameCube) – Review

Resident Evil for GameCube is a perfect example of creative impotence masked behind an engaging sense of style. Its not a bad game. Or, I should say, the cumulative experience it offers isnt bad. As a slick remake of a popular classic, it has its virtues. Gameplay, however, isn't one of them.

Resident Evil (GameCube)

Game Description: Resident Evil, the game that is often credited with starting the survival-horror genre, is being reinvented for the GameCube. For those unfamiliar with the series, a mysterious corporation has secretly been performing ungodly biotech experiments in the sleepy little town of Raccoon City. When reports of gory attacks come in from nearby areas, two crack military squads are sent to investigate. Players take the role of either sharpshooter Chris Redfield or demolitions expert Jill Valentine to track down the source of the town's problems—specifically, something in a decaying mansion that's mutating animals into grotesque killers and turning humans into bloodthirsty zombies. Supplies and ammunition are scarce, so players have to know when to fight, when to run, and how to keep their wits about them. Players can't afford to waste their shots and expect their characters to survive.

Mega Man X6 – Review

The simplicity of some of these games is probably what makes them so memorable. With the Mega Man series, Capcom offered players some of the best platformers of their time, all the while avoiding complicated aspects.

Mega Man X6 – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Mega Man X6

Game Description: Can anyone stop Megaman? Far be it from the makers of this series (Capcom, incidentally) to quit while they’re ahead, as the Megaman franchise continues to get better with age. Since Zero expired in the last installment, Mega will have to work alone as he tries to save the Reploids in this chapter. Make your way through eight enemy-infested levels of play, defeating boss characters and stealing their weaponry. A randomized mapping system, variable endings, and all-new Nightmare System ensure the title will deliver the highest replay value possible.

Maximo: Ghosts To Glory – Review

After seventeen years of playing videogames, I somehow got it into my head that I was getting better at them.  It turns out the games were just getting easier and Capcom's latest PlayStation2 title, Maximo: Ghosts To Glory, helped me realize that.  I didn't expect much out of the ordinary when starting the game.

Maximo: Ghosts To Glory – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Maximo: Ghosts To Glory – Second Opinion

After seventeen years of playing videogames, I somehow got it into my head that I was getting better at them. It turns out the games were just getting easier and Capcom's latest PlayStation2 title, Maximo: Ghosts To Glory, helped me realize that. I didn't expect much out of the ordinary when starting the game.

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