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ChoroQ

Game Description: ChoroQ refines its fantasy-style racing series with more cars, parts, and extras. Now you can race on courses that range from earthquake country and space to haunted castles and underwater tracks. You can participate in more than 160 races and 100 events to earn 200 kinds of vehicles. Customize your vehicle with interchangeable parts and colors, and then race head-to-head against a friend. In addition to racing, ChoroQ also features more than 30 minigames.

Galleon – Review

For those who've been following it for the last few years, Toby Gard's Galleon had become something of a legend in videogame circles—though not for the right reasons. It first came into the spotlight for being the brainchild of the Tomb Raider creator, but soon turned into one of the industry's most high-profile no-shows. The game is so late, in fact, that it was originally slated to be a blockbuster on the Sega Dreamcast.

Galleon – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Alcohol Reference, Suggestive Themes, Violence

ChoroQ – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Comic Mischief

ChoroQ – Review

When I was 14, I spent hours upon hours playing Road Rash on the Sega Genesis, going through the same race over and over with the second-worst bike in the game (it was best to get the second-worst bike because it's pretty much impossible to win a race with the worst bike). After winning some large amount of races, I would have enough money to buy the best bike in the game. I would then happily tear through the middle portions of the game with little effort expended beyond holding down the accelerate button and avoiding obvious crashes.

Galleon

Game Description: From the creator of Lara Croft comes an epic adventure filled with action, mystery, romance and revenge... Galleon follows the adventures of Captain Rhama Sabrier. Rhama is a hero of almost mythical proportions who willingly becomes embroiled in whatever escapades he stumbles across. The charming yet tough-as-nails Rhama Sabrier is always up for adventure. So when a wise healer offers Rhama a small fee to assess a mysterious ship, there is little hesitation. What follows is an amazing journey to discover the source of incredible powers—before a treacherous enemy does.

Disgaea: Hour of Darkness – Second Opinion

Disgaea is great and has a lot going, but I love and hate it at the same time. The humorous story and crazy characters really appealed to me, and gave me a strong incentive to see the next cutscene. There are dozens of (literally) laugh out loud moments, and the words "horse wiener" will forever be burned into my memory.

Disgaea: Hour of Darkness – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Cartoon Violence, Comic Mischief

Disgaea: Hour of Darkness – Review

The beauty of Disgaea is that it's many different things to many different gamers. Disgaea allows the player to determine how much he wants to experience of the game. With 150 different separate character classes, the ability to take characters to level 9,999, and a never-ending set of randomly generated battlefields, Disgaea is a game that can last for hundreds of hours.

Disgaea: Hour of Darkness

Game Description: Prince Laharl has awakened from a long sleep and has discovered his father's death and now he thirsts for vengeance and aiding him in this is the ability to unleash over 100 mind-blowing spells, a New Formation Attack System which allow up to 4 of your characters to do quadruple the damage on one enemy, over 150 character classes and monsters for customizing your army.

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