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Animaniacs: Lights, Camera, Action! – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Cartoon Violence

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!

Sigma Star Saga – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence, Suggestive Themes

Sigma Star Saga – Review

You know, I'm really starting to hate the Game Boy Advance. Every time I get it packed up and put away, I hear about some new game sneaking in under the radar that I have to play. Every time I think that its library has officially run dry, there seems to be just one more thing for me to check out.

Sigma Star Saga

Game Description:  In Sigma Star Saga, humanity is struggling to survive against an onslaught by ruthless aliens. Under constant attack, Allied Earth Federation intercepts a Krill communication that singles out six planets in the galaxy that the invaders have taken particular interest in. Sent in as a double agent, players must discover the mystery of the six planets and help defeat the Krill before time runs out for humanity.

Flipnic: Ultimate Pinball – Second Opinion

I didn't find Flipnic as tedious as Andrew seemed to. It can be a harsh mistress at times, but I didn't walk away in ambivalence. The worst I can say about Flipnic is that it's an acquired taste.

Nanostray – Review

Shooters—what's not to like? Taking control of spaceships or airplanes (or sometimes just people flying in the sky) and blasting the hell out of everything that moves is just a good time. Unfortunately, the genre's releases have dwindled to the point that each new game that lands on a shelf is a cause to celebrate for those who appreciate the hyperkinetic reflex action. The first such game to hit the Nintendo DS, Nanostray, is a welcome arrival that mostly holds its own, though it doesn't break any new ground.

Nanostray – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence

Nanostray

Game Description: Slowly awakening from a blast to the side of your ship, your memory is jumbled and you can't remember what just happened or what you're doing in this sector. Instinctively, you check your console; a destination is still plugged in. You must take action; the enemy is starting to swarm. Nanostray is an intense, pulse-pounding 3D Shooter designed exclusively for the Nintendo DS. Supporting touch screen input, network play and dual screen support, Nanostray's arsenal of weapons, non-stop action and beautifully designed environments make this game one of the most exciting and innovative 3D shooters ever.

Neo Contra – Second Opinion

After reading Matt's analysis of Neo Contra, I think he nailed it when he said that it lacks the staying power of its predecessors. It's clearly a good game at its core, and technically, things are smooth and feel good in my hands. In fact, I'm always glad to see this kind of fast-action shooter come down the pike, especially with the name Contra attached to it.

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