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Cooking Mama

Game Description: Cooking Mama makes you into a budding chef seeking out new recipes. Prepare foods then combine raw ingredients together as you cook them on the stove. Follow real recipes or experiment with your own combinations to create a culinary masterpiece with your stylus. Let's get cooking, mama! Earn bronze, silver and gold medals based on the quality of your cooking Practice mode lets you finetune your cooking skills without being judged Share recipes with up to 4 other people or transfer a saved game to a friend via the DS wireless link.

Jaws: Unleashed – Review

People throw around the term "worst game ever made" pretty frequently these days. So when word began to spread about the legendary, almost apocalyptic, badness of Jaws Unleashed I knew that as someone who specializes in reviewing unbelievably bad games, I was going to have to give it a try. I mean, even the title is ridiculous! How on earth would you leash a shark in the first place? They don't have necks! And what did I find by playing it? That although Jaws Unleashed is a game with massive, crippling design flaws, it's by no means the worst game I've ever played.

Jaws: Unleashed – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence

Jaws: Unleashed

Game Description: Jaws is a new kind of 3rd-person adventure, where you become the deadly ocean predator from the classic movies. Driven mad by low-frequency radio waves, you'll eliminate the oil drilling crews and equipment responsible for the frenzy-causing emissions. Armed with 3000 teeth and powered by 5000 pounds of muscle, you will hunt down and annihilate your enemies in an accurate undersea world. Over 25 points of disconnection, allowing characters and objects to be torn apart by Jaws, piece by piece Follow story-based missions, enounter side missions or roam the island area causing havoc.

Steambot Chronicles – Review

The game's seeds of greatness are crushed by awkward controls and a lot of empty wandering.

 

Steambot Chronicles – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Alcohol Reference, Crude Humor, Fantasy Violence, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes

Steambot Chronicles

Game Description: Steambot Chronicles is unique open-ended gameplay and a more polished role-playing experience. Vanilla Beans wakes up to find himself lying on a sun-drenched beach. How did he get there—and who in the world is the girl standing above him? The girl introduces herself as Connie, and Vanilla begins the first busy day of a grand adventure. He'll take Connie home, meet the other members of her band (the Garland Globetrotters), and explore the town of Nefroburg. When a gang of bandits begins overrunning the town, you have a chance to be a hero—or not. What happens after today is completely up to you. Fight a multitude of enemies and gigantic boss mechs against overwhelming odds.

Electroplankton – Second Opinion

From the perspective of someone paying money for this card, I think I would be more than a little disappointed. There are no goals in the traditional sense; no real progression. The average person buys a piece of interactive software and expects certain things, among them the kinds of structure and experience that are usually conveyed by the art on the cover of the box.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Second Opinion

I'm going to let you in on a little secret. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney isn't a game. It's a book. When you think about it for a second, it makes sense. A fictional mystery book has, by definition, a protagonist investigating a crime committed by one of several prime suspects.

Killer7 Second Opinion

The cel-shaded look and trance-like audio form a strikingly edgy and elegant whole. Jason's description perfectly captures the bold minimalism that permeates the game, from the chapter start screens that require the player to guide a laser sight over a black silhouette of the level's antagonist and blast it into a spatter of red dots, to the "game over" screens that consist of stark renderings of the characters' agonized faces that would look right at home in a contemporary art gallery.

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