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Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor

Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy

Game Description: LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy is a comical take on the Star Wars Trilogy, the movies that revolutionized pop culture forever. LEGO Star Wars II follows the Rebel Alliance's battle to dismantle the Galactic Empire and rebuild a galaxy in pieces. From Darth Vader's pursuit of Princess Leia aboard her Blockade Runner to a showdown on the reconstructed Death Star, the game includes the family-friendly LEGO action, puzzles and humor that earned the original LEGO Star Wars such popularity and acclaim. Drop-in/drop-out feature enables friends to join easily and engage in multi-player action.

Point Blank DS – Consumer Guide

 According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Point Blank DS – Review

This game shows that the DS is a capable machine, able to emulate other platforms quite well. Perhaps next time developers could choose a better game to emulate.

Astonishia Story – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Animated Blood, Language, Mild Fantasy Violence, Use of Alcohol

Cloning Clyde – Consumer Guide

Astonishia Story

Game Description: Astonishia Story immerses you in rich RPG adventure. Play as honorable knight Lloyd and embark upon an epic journey to recover the Wand of Kinan, a sacred relic stolen from your protection. It was taken in an ambush and you are the only survivor—now you'll have to chase the villains responsible across the world to reclaim the Wand for your king.

Astonishia Story – Review

Another day on the PSP, another sub-par role-playing game (RPG). Seriously, people… it's getting a bit ridiculous. If I have to play another old-school game that starts with the main character waking up in bed and getting dressed for his "big day," I'm going to scream.

Cloning Clyde – Review

I admit it. When I first heard about micro transactions and receiving downloaded content at Microsoft's E3 media briefing two years ago, I scoffed. In my defense, their initial approach to the presentation was ridiculous—the famous example given was of a non-gamer girl designing her own clothing and selling it to gamers via the wonderful interface provided by the Xbox 360… maybe it's just me, but that wasn't exactly the first thing to come to mind when trying to imagine a new way of capturing consumer dollars.

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