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Samurai Western – Review

By all rights, Samurai Western by Spike should have been the sort of low-budget-yet-surprisingly-good game that I love to discover, made even better with big hats and sharp swords. But in this case, I'd have to say that this attempt to appreciate an alternative title was a flat-out waste of $40.

Samurai Western

Game Description: Travel to the American West during the mid-1860s—the days of the pioneers and the Gold Rush are ending, and a new railroad is being built near a dangerous Western town. One day, a lone stranger arrives in town, with funny-looking clothes and a long blade that ain't a knife or a saber. He's come to use that blade to bring justice to this lawless town. His name is Gojiro Kiryu and he's the first Samurai in the West. Attack with all the power of the samurai, by chaining hundred-hit combos in Master Mode.

Samurai Western – Consumer Guide

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

WarioWare: Twisted! – Review

 It's hard to think of a game more suited to exploiting the fun of a gyroscope sensor—the built-in motion sensor that detects rotations of the GameBoy Advance—than WarioWare, so kinetic and physical were its mini-games even when they merely involved single button presses.

WarioWare: Twisted! – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor

WarioWare: Twisted!

Game Description: WarioWare: Twisted! brings back the fun of teh 5 second microgames that made the first WarioWare such a hit. Dr. Cry-Gor is back and he changes things by adding a new gyroscope to Wario's GBA. Now you can control the action by rotating the entire GBA and pressing the A Button. Along with this new motion sensor, the cartridge has a rumble pack for force feedback. Tons of crazy, spin-controlled games are waiting for you!

EyeToy: Antigrav – Consumer Guide

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

EyeToy: Antigrav – Review

Let's face it: every sci-fi geek's most fervent wish is that someday, some genius will invent Star Trek's holodeck in real life. What could be better than going into a sterile little room and suddenly finding yourself at the peak of Mount Everest looking out at the roof of the world? Or better yet, slinging a mean six-iron in the old West with tumbleweeds in the background?

EyeToy: Antigrav

Game Description:  EyeToy: Anti-Gravity lets you ride your hoverboard and blitz through interactive skylines. Blaze past 1,000 foot tall skyscrapers, flying cars and sky rails as you use antigravity launch pads for pulling off insane aerial tricks. Prepare for a revolutionary physcial entertainment experience!

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