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Shining Force EXA – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence, Mild Language

Shining Force EXA

Game Description: Shining Force EXA challenges you to unite a planet. A bitter war between two world superpowers has raged on for decades; armies of beasts and demons devastate the people and the land. With both sides deadlocked, two young heroes rise up to begin a heroic journey to stop the fighting and unite the divided world. As either Toma, a talented sword fighter boy, or Cyrille, a cunning female sorceress, you'll venture into a stunning world of swords and sorcery teeming with a huge variety of tribes. With aggressive offensive and defensive strategies, you'll lead your battle party into combat while protecting your home base, the Geo Fortress, from massive attacks. Enhanced Power Arts System - Players will master different Power Arts and unleash a wide variety of magic attacks.

Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure – Review

Read review of GuruminCute, sweet, and to-the-point, Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure is a brand-new franchise from the minds behind such old-school classics as Ys, Popful Mail, and Brandish. Falcom clearly still has what it takes-I'd even say that their latest is my favorite Falcom effort ever, and easily one of the best PSP games available, bar none.

Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Suggestive Themes, Tobacco Reference, and Mild Fantasy Violence

Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure

Game Description: Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure takes you into a vivid fantasy world, with a colorful cast of characters. A strong-willed girl named Parin is sent to live with her grandfather in a small mining town while her parents are off excavating an ancient ruin. No other kids live in town, so Parin is shocked to see a young girl tormented by a stray dog. The girl is actually an invisible monster that only she can see. Parin is invited to Monster Village—just when Phantoms invade. Only the Legendary Drill can beat back the Phantoms, and Parin sets off to find it.

Bargain Basement 17 – Chibi-Robo

Although the GameCube suffered from a thin, underfed library that paled in comparison to the competition's, a few unappreciated gems still managed to slip through the fingers of software-starved players. Out of everything that I've spent time with on the GameCube, I'd say that Chibi-Robo was hands-down the best effort that no one knew about.

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz – Review

Click here to read Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz reviewThere are three conventions that a game for the Wii ought to follow. First, it shouldn't be a rushed port from another system with a new control scheme shoehorned in for its own sake. Second, it ought to present a new method of gameplay, and have it work. Third, and most importantly, it shouldn't hurt.

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Cartoon Violence

Lumines II – Review

Mizuguchi's latest experiment in merging simple mechanics with mesmerizing feedback remains an invigorating success, and probably more compulsive and complete than any other he's conducted, even if it's not necessarily the final word on the subject.

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz

Game Description: Super Monkey Ball fanatics rejoice! AiAi and all his friends have rolled their way onto Nintendo's new console with new mind-blowing puzzle levels and a wealth of new and exciting Party Games specifically designed to fully exploit the innovative Nintendo Wii controller. Other titles will have a difficult time matching the multitude of possible variations in game control as presented in Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz.

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