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Super Monkey Ball 2 – Second Opinion

With a solid base like the original Super Monkey Ball to build from, the job is simple. Simply adding additional levels and mini-games that share in the same spirit as the first game is enough to make this sequel worthwhile.

Play Under Review - September 2002

This marks the second appearance of Play Under Review at GameCritics.com. If you’re unfamiliar with this feature, we try and give general impressions of several sports-related videogames.

Turok: Evolution – Review

Turok: Evolution is Acclaim's effort to revive the series on the next-generation platforms, and the game lives up to its lineage. It is classic Turok gameplay, evolved and refined.

Vampire Night – Review

Where Vampire Night differs is the slightly slower paced action on screen. Rather than having enemies clutter the screen and overwhelm players, Vampire Night has a more calculated flow and enemies tend to exhibit more physical reactions and gestures than one might expect from this type of game.

Vampire Night – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence 

Mad Dash Racing – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Comic Mischief, Mild Language, Mild Lyrics

Mad Dash Racing – Review

I would go so far as to say that the game would have been far more enjoyable had it nothing to with racing, but was simply a fast-paced platform game. That is because the core element of the game suffers from one big, ugly nail in the coffin.

Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX 2 (Game Boy Advance) – Review

Extreme sports have never really made a mark on me. Whenever such competitions would air on television, it wouldnt take long before I decided to switch the channel. Considering this, it shouldnt be surprising to learn that my experience in playing the video game equivalent has consisted of spending a few minutes on different occasions trying out a Tony Hawks Pro Skater title on demonstration in a store.

Interview with Dean Takahashi

When a company with the reputation of Microsoft's decides to test other markets, people take notice. Microsoft surprised a few people when it was announced a deal with Sega to use the Windows CE operating system in the 128-Bit Dreamcast console. However in hindsight, its clear that the console industry had become far too lucrative for a corporation like Microsoft to ignore for too long.

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