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Disney's Lilo &Stitch

Game Description: Lilo & Stitch allows kids to relive the movie experience by helping Stitch rescue Lilo from Dr. Pestus and his band of notorious aliens.

Tactics Ogre: Knight of Lodis – Consumer Guide

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

Puyo Pop – Consumer Guide

Tactics Ogre: The Knight of Lodis – Review

Tactics Ogre: The Knight Of Lodis is your standard strategy RPG, complete with the isometric battlefields, the labyrinthine plot (full of political intrigue, backstabbing, and more), and the slow paced game mechanics. However, it does have the distinction of being one of the first truly deep strategy RPGs to appear on a handheld—which is part of what makes it so impressive as a game.

Final Fight One – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Golden Sun – Review

While Role-Playing Games (RPGs) may have gained mainstream acceptance during the 32-bit era of gaming, most serious fans of the genre would agree that the best games invariably came into existence on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). For a number of years, the SNES was the RPG fan's system of choice—boasting a line-up of games that are still considered classic in this age of 3-D polygons and life-like graphics. Considering that the Game Boy Advance is essentially a portable version of the SNES, it's probably no surprise to learn it's also developing a reputation as a veritable haven for excellent RPGs. With ports of older SNES titles such as Capcom's Breath Of Fire series and entirely new creations such as Golden Sun, this genre is already well represented on the fledgling handheld.

Ecks Versus Sever – Review

Undoubtedly, Ecks Versus Sever is a very competent FPS despite being hampered by a very tiny view screen, barely serviceable controls, and limited 3-D rendering hardware. It has a uniquely conceived design premise based on the two playable perspectives of its opposing spy protagonists, Ecks (emotionally-scared father where the death of his family continues to haunt him) and Sever (heartless femme fatale who born and raised to kill).

Ecks Versus Sever – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Ecks Versus Sever

Game Description: Taking the role of either Jonathan Ecks, hardened FBI agent, or Sever, trained NSA killer, players are immersed in a world of government conspiracy, high impact weapons, and first-person-shooter action. Players must survive more than 14 intense single-player missions through seven different locations, including warehouses, hotels, bars, and government headquarters. Gamers can immerse themselves in the dynamic story mode that changes based on whether they play as Ecks or Sever, or blast their way through high-adrenaline four-player action, including Deathmatch, Bomb Kit, Assassination, and Secure the Perimeter modes. A four-player multi-boot option is also available. Players master explosive weapons such as the Colt M16A2 rifle, Sig SSG 3000 sniper rifle, and the Heckler & Koch 40 mm grenade launcher.

Golden Sun – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Violence

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