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Grand Theft Auto 2

Game Description: The sequel to the ever-popular car jacking game is here. Grand Theft Auto 2 sets you up as a novice criminal trying to make yourself infamous in a crime-filled world. The game has three levels, each inhabited by three different gangs. Pick up a pay phone and accept one of the odd jobs that the gangs offer you. Of course, you have to earn the gangs' respect before you can take the really good jobs. Try to impress them by wiping out their rivals. Once you do, you'll get the good jobs—delivering drugs, picking up bank robbers, and bombing office buildings.

Gauntlet Legends – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Blood, Animated Violence

Gauntlet Legends – Second Opinion

What impressed me the most about Legends was that it has an old car comfort, but with a new car smell. Legends has all the "old-school" button-mashing, destroying-everything-on-the-screen gameplay but now it comes with flashy 64-bit graphics, loud sounds, huge bosses, and over-the-top spells and special effects.

Gauntlet Legends

Game Description: The essential action—team up with others, find keys, magic, runes and other items, and beat the stuffing out of anyone in your way—remains unchanged from the arcade hit. While Gauntlet Legends for the N64 will retain the same stages at the arcade game, Midway promises a far meatier storyline, including cinema cut-scenes at the successful conclusion of a stage.

Gauntlet Legends – Review

It can if Midway effectively recreates the arcade experience while adding immersive home console peculiarities. And, apparently with Legends, they have. The original premise of having four human controlled adventurers of different character classes cooperatively questing (a refreshingly rare feature today) through maze-like stages hasn't changed, so the gameplay is still very arcade-like.

Pokémon Pinball – Second Opinion

The greatest accomplishment of Pokémon Pinball was that it made me forget I was playing a pinball game. I have never liked pinball games and even after playing Pokémon Pinball, I still don't like them, but I am always happy to pick up Pokémon Pinball. It must be that organic feel to the game that Chi talked about because Pokémon Pinball certainly feels more personal than the mechanical ones.

Pokémon Pinball

Game Description: Rumble while you ramble in an all new scramble to catch 'em all! Pokémon Pinball challenges Pokémon Trainers with a whole new way to catch all 150 Pokémon. To become the world's greatest Pokémon Trainer, players have to catch and evolve Pokémon by playing pinball. Portable pinball has never been like this, because Pokémon Pinball is the first Game Pak from Nintendo with a built-in rumble feature. As your Poké Ball bounces around the table you'll be able to feel the impact as the cartridge sends jolts through the Game Boy and into your hands. Want the best Pokémon collection around? You'd better have a tight grip.

Pokémon Pinball – Review

After playing the game a while, it's not hard to see why Nintendo transposed the Pokémon franchise to this format. Traditionally, pinball games contain various puzzles in the form of complex mouse trap-like contraptions scattered across the playing board.

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