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Sub Rebellion

Game Description: Staying one step ahead of the enemy is critical as the Chronos sub battles evil using guided nuclear, ultrasonic, and acoustic torpedoes for underwater overkill or surface-to-air missiles and short- and long-range weapons for above-the-sea mass destruction. A total of 10 different subs are featured in the game. As a unique offering, players can upgrade and modify their Chronos sub by finding bonus items along the way or by purchasing powerful new engines, shields, skins, and torpedoes. Among the many great new features in the game are a fantastic display of hyperrealistic water physics, lighting effects, and gorgeous 3D animation.

Sonic Advance – Review

To the new generation of young gamers, playing a Sonic The Hedgehog title on a Nintendo platform might not seem like anything that extraordinary, for it just represents another side-scrolling title. Yet, for anyone having owned a Super Nintendo or Sega Genesis and still retaining a bit of knowledge of the early nineties’ console war, such a thing would have been unthinkable even two years ago.

Sonic Advance – Consumer Guide

Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy – Second Opinion

Ah, Jak and Daxter. I have a solid appreciation and more than a handful of fond memories for this disc.

Super Monkey Ball 2 – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Super Monkey Ball 2 – Review

Straight up—its hard for a sequel, ANY sequel, to score as high or even higher than the original game it was spawned from. We here at GameCritics.com hold ourselves to a higher standard than many, and "more of the same" (regardless of the quality of the original) isnt enough to justify a good score.

Super Monkey Ball 2 – Second Opinion

With a solid base like the original Super Monkey Ball to build from, the job is simple. Simply adding additional levels and mini-games that share in the same spirit as the first game is enough to make this sequel worthwhile.

Burnout – Review

I owe some of my driving skills to video games. I know it sounds silly, but its true. I learned how to navigate curves by playing Segas OutRun arcade game back in 1988. For some reason, I couldnt get the feel of steering properly during practical driving, but after playing OutRun, things just clicked. Its pretty scary to imagine what would have happened had I not learned this valuable skill. For starters, I probably wouldnt have earned my drivers license; and what worse, I probably would have constantly veered off the road at every turn and that would've been ugly.

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