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Chaos Legion

Game Description: The three sacred glyphs...the mythic and forbidden symbols of an ancient world torn apart. Only these mystic relics have the power to open the Gateway of Chaos and lead the people to the Red Moon. Legend says that when the three glyphs meet, the three worlds will once again be reunited.

Chaos Legion – Review

That's not to say that an emphasis on action is bad—far from it—but their perspective is so tightly focused that they're excluding elements that would make the games more enjoyably rounded. Chaos Legion is Capcom's latest in its recent string of thumb-killers, and though I dare say it's more successful than the last few, it shares the same stunted scope and narrow vision that holds back its siblings.

The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring – Second Opinion

Mike really hit the nail on the head when it comes to most of the game's problems. In fact, if anything, he didn't go far enough when it came to the shortcomings with the game's combat system. This game features one of the most ill-conceived targeting systems I've ever encountered.

Finding Nemo – Consumer Guide

Finding Nemo – Review

Was it even possible that Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo would not have a videogame to complement its theatrical release? Not likely. The license was probably handed out while the movie was still in production. Perhaps even earlier, since this isn't the first time that Traveller's Tales has worked on a Disney/Pixar license, having previously done Toy Story and A Bug's Life.

Finding Nemo

Game Description: Guide Marlin, Dory, and Nemo through the ultimate underwater adventure. Meet all of the great characters from the Disney/Pixar movie, Finding Nemo, as you live all the excitement of the film's storyline. The search for Nemo is on, and it's up to you to find him. Dive in!

Run Like Hell – Review

Run Like Hell is just a decent sci-fi story mixed with some rather unambitious gameplay.

Project Eden – Review

Life can be strange. I find it fascinating that you can see someone (or something) for years and not know a thing about them. It's true of the myriad people you pass everyday, each with rich lives you'll never be a part of. But it can also apply to games.

Project Eden – Consumer Guide

Castlevania (Nintendo 64) – Second Opinion

I'm going to admit something right off the bat: I'm not the most dedicated follower of the Castlevania series. I know little, if any, of the genealogy of the Belmonts. All I know about the series is the ongoing story of vampire hunters on a quest to return the haemovorous Dracula to a state of dormancy. Castlevania 64 follows the same story. After playing the game, I wish I had adorned myself with a garlic necklace beforehand.

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