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Evil Genius – Review

It's rare that I see a game so good that I don't know where to start praising it. Evil Genius is just that good. A game this good can be a challenge to review, since it wears all of its best points right on its sleeve. How on earth do I find something unique to say about it? The best way to look at it is through the filter of my often too-strictly moral interpretation of videogame messages and implications. This is a game that grinningly celebrates mass murder, torture, and the cruel megalomaniacal governing of the entire world. And I didn't question any of it for a second.

Evil Genius – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Cartoon Violence

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Game Description: Carl Johnson left the San Andreas neighborhood of Los Santos five years ago, when it was being ripped apart by drugs and gang violence. When he returns in the early 90s, his mother has been killed, his family has fallen apart and his childhood friends are criminals. When crooked cops frame him for murder, he decides to save himself and his family by taking over the streets. Side missions help develop skills that come into play later—from working out at the gym to gambling in a casino.

Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude

Game Description: College is tough for Larry he's basically a pathetic loser who occasionally gets out and hits on chicks, but things always go horribly wrong. When a reality TV dating show comes to campus, Larry decides he's going to revitalize his life by winning the contest and proving once and for all that he can live up to the shining example set by his Old Uncle Larry. Follow Larry's hilarious exploits and misadventures in the wackiest college story ever.

Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mature Humor, Strong Language, Strong Sexual Content, Use of Alcohol, Nudity

Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude – Review

Do the ends justify the means? Regardless of the topic, it's a classic question that's been raised time and time again, and it usually has no clear solution. This moral puzzler sprang to mind after playing Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude and seeing the sad, pathetic way it delivered genuinely enjoyable comedy. Like many others before me, I can't honestly say that I have a definite answer to the question, but after seeing this title to completion, I do have a pretty good guess.

Shadow Ops: Red Mercury – Consumer Guide

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

Shadow Ops: Red Mercury

Game Description: In Shadow Ops: Red Mercury, you are the solution when diplomacy isn't an option. You become Delta Force warrior Frank Hayden, on the trail of a dangerous weapon called Red Mercury. This small nuclear device has fallen into the hands of terrorists and you'll go around the world to track them down.

ShellShock: Nam '67 – Review

There was some debate around GameCritics.com recently (generated by Scott's score for Manhunt) about whether numeric scores should address the game as a whole, or whether they should just cover how good a game it is. In the case of Manhunt, Scott felt that despite the fact that the game was a perfectly acceptable stealth game, its material was so objectionable that it deserved to be factored into the review.

ShellShock: Nam '67 – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Sexual Themes, Stong Language

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