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Viewtiful Joe – Second Opinion

Joe's creator, Atsushi Inaba, wanted Team Viewtiful to produce a game "portraying beauty in fighting." They have succeeded. Viewtiful Joe is an aesthetic marvel and, for the most part, a triumphant return for a long-neglected genre.

Culdcept

Game Description: Culdcept, the book of creation and destruction made by the absolute Goddess, Culdra. Those who control the power can acquire the power of God. Cepters, individuals with the capability to summon from within the book, fight for total control over Culdcept. Those who control the book become Gods, and many worlds were created or destroyed by those who took over this power. But, Culdra has forseen the future... There would be one Cepter who will stop this chain and use the power to destroy the entire universe. Now... the fight for the fate of the universe is about to begin.

Culdcept – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence, Partial Nudity

Culdcept – Review

I love the escapism and adventure that comes with today's videogames, yet there's still much appeal in the original definition's approach to chance, skill, and competition. Eschewing practically all pretense and current trends, Omiyasoft's Culdcept is a new member of a rare species—an offering that combines both types by acknowledging the video but emphasizing the game.

EyeToy: Play

Game Description:  Move your body to be a Kung Fu Superstar, Dancing Diva, or even a Window Washing Maniac!

EyeToy: Play – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

EyeToy: Play – Review

Like Karaoke Revoution and the Dance Dance Revolution franchise, EyeToy: Play is inclusive rather than exclusive. It encourages people of all ages to join in the fun rather than feel excluded from some odd club they have no interest in being a member of. More than Metal Gear Solid or Final Fantasy Whatever, EyeToy is the killer app that can draw people who have never played a videogame in their life before towards the PlayStation 2.

Lowrider

Game Description: The first video game of its kind, Lowrider simulates the American phenomenon of low riding - sprucing up cars, lowering the floor to the legal limit, and outfitting them with major hydraulics, booming sound systems, and detailed artistry to compete against other vehicles in hops, dances and cruise shows. Lowrider enables single and multi-players to compete in tournament and street events in five U.S. cities. Lowrider offers an authentic experience with 18 different vehicles, 18 categories of car upgrades, and a custom paint tool for personalized hood ornamentation.

Lowrider – Review

The PlayStation 2 may be last in terms of this console generations' raw power, but nobody can touch its software diversity. For gamers like me who crave the offbeat and unique, the choices available on Sony machines have spanned an incredible range; everything from the most standard genre offerings to games that are so deeply niche that you can hardly believe someone invested enough time and money to create them. They may not all be good, but I'm glad that they're there. Variety is indeed the spice of gaming, and going strictly by that criteria, nothing's spicier than Lowrider.

Lowrider – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Lyrics, Suggestive Themes

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