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Animaniacs: Lights, Camera, Action! – Review

Animaniacs: Lights, Camera, Action!, you are utter crap. This is not the kind of thing I say lightly. Animaniacs has been one of my favorite shows since junior high, and I was excited to see the Warner brothers—and the Warner sister—back out of their tower after all these years. I wasn't expecting greatness, but mediocrity would've been nice.

Animaniacs: Lights, Camera, Action! – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Cartoon Violence

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

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.

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

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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