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Lost in Blue – Second Opinion

I strongly suspect that the gameplay of Lost in Blue, which has a lot of hidden depth and open-ended options, can be radically different depending on how a player approaches the game. I can't say for sure that Brad and other critics that made similar complaints would feel any differently had they shared an experience closer to mine.

Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time – Consumer Guide

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

Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time

Game Description: Mario and Luigi: Partners In Time an insane sequel to the classic adventure starring the heroic brothers! In this sequel to Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga, the brothers travel back in time to retrieve Princess Peach, only to come face to face with baby versions of themselves, the princess and Bowser. They'll team up with their younger selves for a quest of lunatic proportions!

Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time – Review

Well, the DS does it again. Upon first glance, I doubted that this handheld would be home to much more than a bunch of gimmick-specific titles that took advantage of the various hardware features. I've been proven wrong, and I eat this crow gladly. The fact is, solid game after solid game keeps getting released, and although very few of them really exploit the unique nature of the DS, there's no denying that they are worthwhile efforts. Case in point—Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time.

Lost in Blue – Review

I loved it. I hated it. I still can't make up my mind. Lost in Blue is a rare game: one that has brilliant vision and dismal design choices in perfectly equal amounts. Its good and evil halves are so finely balanced, in fact, that I can't decide whether I should celebrate or revile it.

Lost in Blue – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Violence

Lost in Blue

Game Description: Lost In Blue is an innovative role-player where you'll have to struggle to stay alive on a deserted island. After a disastrous incident at sea, you awake on a desert island. After meeting another survivor, a 17-year old girl who has also drifted ashore, you two must work together to survive. While planning their escape, the two will learn survival skills, such as hunting, searching for food and building tools while uncovering the island's many mysteries

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Review

When I first saw pictures of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney making the rounds as an example of "OMG, look at this freakish Japanese weirdness", I was captivated and depressed at the same time. Captivated because the thought of taking on the role of a defense lawyer in a videogame struck me as extremely interesting and unique. Depressed, because I thought Hell would freeze over before this game would ever be released in North America.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney

Game Description: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney puts you in the shoes of a rookie defense lawyer trying to make his name. Take on intriguing, unusual cases and use your courtroom skills to unravel some of the most outrageous and funniest trials you've ever seen.

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