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Carve – Consumer Guide

Carve – Review

Carve is one of the innumerable water racing games that strives to cash in on the immense popularity of Nintendo's Wave Race from way back 1996.

Carve

Game Description: Perform tricks as you outrace your opponent in Carve, a watercraft racing game featuring a variety of vehicles and courses, unlockable extras, and online play. You are about to embark on the ride of a lifetime. You and your teammate will span the globe and battle other hardened teams that are just as determined as you are to capture the top rank position in the sport of extreme watercraft racing. Prepare yourself for the ultimate watercraft racing experience.

Ribbit King – Consumer Guide

Ribbit King – Review

Writing here at GameCritics, we often strive to dig a little deeper in our review coverage. Settling for a description of "fun" isn't generally an option, given that it's a common crutch of the games media in general, and far too vague a word to do justice to the games or our readers. However, once in a while a game comes along that cries out for liberal use of the "F" word.

Ribbit King

Game Description: Scooter must hurry to save his planet! Power supplies are running out and to save them he must win the coveted "Super Ribbinite". Compete to become the Frolf Champion across 20 different courses on 5 different worlds. You must defeat all your opponents to win the Frolf Cup and the Super Ribbinite. Planet Hippitron is counting on you!

Fight Night 2004 – Second Opinion

As a boxing videogame expert-I've played to death just about every pugilistic title out there-I'm proclaiming Fight Night 2004 the premiere title in the genre. I confess, it took me a week or two to fully appreciate the magnificence of this game.

World Soccer Winning Eleven 7 International – Review

I've played a lot of sports games in my day. 2D sports games. 3D sports games. 8-bit to the present day, I've consumed pixelated sports until my eyes ached and my back gave out. To date, there hasn't been a sports game I've played that's been better than Winning Eleven 7, the latest iteration of Konami's soccer franchise. I wouldn't say that it's the best game, period, that I've ever played. But I will say it's close.

World Soccer Winning Eleven 7 International

Game Description: The world's most popular soccer game returns to America! With its pure soccer approach, Winning Eleven has become the clear favorite of soccer fans everywhere and is widely regarded as the definitive soccer gaming experience. The series returns to North America with Winning Eleven 7, representing a mammoth step forward over its predecessor. Every element of the game has been tweaked, reworked and enhanced resulting in the most realistic and pure soccer experience available.

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