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The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap

Game Description: The Legend Of Zelda: The Minish Cap takes young Link into an all-new adventure where he'll explore Hyrule and battle evil on the microscopic level. An ancient magical sword releases the evil mage Vaati and he causes trouble all over Hyrule. Link has been sent to restore the sword and seal Vaati inside it—but it can only be done by visiting the Minish people and getting their help. Link will have to shrink to do that—and the strange Minish Cap will be his guide in this new mirco-world.

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap – Review

I have a confession to make: I don't think I "get" The Legend of Zelda anymore. Having played most of the titles in the series through to completion, I feel a little immune to seeing the their immense charms recycled yet again for a new generation of gamers, as they are in The Minish Cap.

Car Battler Joe – Second Opinion

Over the last two years I have seen this game come up several times on the Internet categorized as a surprise hit or as the true definition of a sleeper. Since I'm always eager to investigate rumors that may lead me to my next obscure favorite, I decided to take all this enthusiasm to heart and buy a copy of Car Battler Joe to see what all the buzz was about. After playing through the entire game, I don't see it.

Zooo – Review

Zooo is a "things switching places" sort of puzzler. Players must capture animals by lining up at least three of the same kind of creature—three lions, three elephants, etc. Lines can be either vertical or horizontal; they're formed by flipping two animals that are right next to each other. Anybody who's played Bejeweled knows this drill, but the game is no less fun for that.

Zooo – Consumer Guide

Zooo

Game Description: In Zooo you'll have to capture the escaped animals by lining and capturing 3 or more of them! This great puzzle game takes place on an 8x8 field, where your skills and reflexes will be put to the test. Features five different game modes.

Animaniacs: Lights, Camera, Action!

Game Description: Animaniacs: Lights, Camera, Action is all-new silliness and advneture, starring the hilarious cartoon characters. The accountants have found that Yakko, Wakko and Dot have cost Warner more money in damage than they've generated in profits. The bosses are giving them one chance to redeem themselves: They have to record 3 profitable short films at once. If they can't do them on time(and under budget), they'll be locked in their water tower forever! Based on the blockbuster Animaniacs TV series, the player controls many of the most colorful Animaniacs featured in the show!

Rebelstar Tactical Command

Game Description: Set on a futuristic Earth, Rebelstar: Tactical Command is a turn-based strategy game and you too can join in the fight against an evil empire in single-player mode. There is also the option to take on a friend in multiplayer mode. The year is 2117 and the evil Arelian Empire has been in control of planet Earth for the last 70 years. When the Arelians first came, they brought with them peace and prosperity to a world ravaged by war, disease and ecological devastation. Later they abducted people when they turned 30 and controlled Earth's inhabitants through fear using their henchmen, the Zorn. Now, a band of rebels rises up to fight against the Arelians and a new recruit, Jorel, quickly advances through the ranks and becomes their leaders. He organizes the rebel forces and builds a powerful global army, challenging the Arelian Empire for control of planet Earth.

Rebelstar Tactical Command – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Rebelstar Tactical Command – Review

In the early days of the first PlayStation, a quirky PC strategy game was ported onto the console and immediately secured a place on my all-time favorites list. That game was called X-Com: UFO Defense, and to this day I have fond memories of hours spent positioning operatives and planning strategies down to the smallest detail in order to eradicate invading bug-eyed aliens from Mother Earth. Rebelstar Tactical Command may not be a directly related, but the family resemblance is impossible to ignore.

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