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Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee

Game Description: The power-packing Xbox hardware delivers the third Oddworld title in one of the most brilliantly realized settings to grace any gaming system. Blending unique gameplay, humorous characters and interactions, and the aforementioned graphics, Munch's Oddysee simply feels unlike any other game in the 2001 console gaming lineup. Players control two characters in the game: Munch, a wheelchair-bound hero, and Abe, a character some gamers will recognize from previous Oddworld games. Their goal is to find and free the Mudokon queen, keeper of the remaining eggs of an endangered species.

Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee – Second Opinion

I really had high hopes for Munch's Oddysee, as I feel that the Oddworld series is one of the most unique and beautifully realized game concepts of the past few years.

Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee – Review

Innovation is not the end-all and be-all that turns dirt into gold. A great example of this is Oddworld: Munchs Oddysee, a game that combines its own original, undercooked ideas with redundant elements culled from many different genres to form an innovative, uneven, tedious mess.

Chu Chu Rocket! (Game Boy Advance)

Game Description: Take a trip to outer space with some very hungry cats and some very scared mice. You control a pack of rodents, placing arrows and other directional information on the floor of each level in order to help steer your friends away from danger. In a race against the clock, you'll have to move faster and faster as the game progresses. Full of addicting gameplay, Chu Chu Rocket! is a well-detailed test of your reflexes—not to mention a one-of-a-kind classic straight from Japan.

Chu Chu Rocket! (Game Boy Advance) – Review

Now free from the burden of hardware manufacturing and in need of cash, Sega has been on a tear announcing any viable piece of software it owns for release on every conceivable gaming platform. It's for this reason that some may decry the release of Chu Chu Rocket! on the Game Boy Advance as nothing but an opportunistic business move by a publisher/developer trying to make a quick buck. But an objective analysis reveals this move to be one of the most beneficial towards gamers that Sega has made in a long time.

Chu Chu Rocket! (Game Boy Advance) – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Violence

The Adventures of Cookie & Cream – Second Opinion

Cookie & Cream is inventive, amusing and gratifying. From Software took the chance and created this game and it should be rewarded for it.

The Adventures of Cookie & Cream – Review

Their most recent offering, The Adventures of Cookie & Cream, seems like a simple action/platformer at first glance, but it reveals itself to be decidedly different from other recent releases by making cooperative effort and teamwork the driving force behind the game.

Chu Chu Rocket! – Review

Though the conflict between cats and mice has been well-documented in storybooks and cartoons, there haven't been many videogames based on the subject (and the ones based on Tom and Jerry don't count). Once again showing what they can do when they're not bogged down by the Sonic franchise, Sonic Team has created an absolute masterpiece in Chu Chu Rocket!—a raucous cat-and-mouse affair that never grows tiresome.

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