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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.

Shadow of Rome – Second Opinion

Am I totally desensitized to violence? I wouldn't say that I was, but after reading Tera's reaction to Shadow of Rome, I think I might be. Although the game is as bloody as she says, it never affected me because I couldn't get past its artificiality.

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.

Legend Of Kay – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Alcohol Reference, Cartoon Violence

Legend Of Kay

Game Description: For generations, a settlement of peaceful cats has lived on the mythical island of Yenching, alongside many other animals. The harmony is disrupted when Shun, the power hungry king of the mighty gorillas, sends his army and their new rat allies to take over and enslave everyone in the land. Kay, a martial arts apprentice who diligently studies with his wise master at the town's dojo, must put his training to the test and face the adventure of a lifetime as he travels across the island to save his beloved village. Though Kay is a young cat, he is brave beyond his years and possesses great fighting skills. Armed with his trusty sword and fierce determination, he sets forth on a dangerous mission to save all cat-kind.

Legend Of Kay – Review

By forgetting some of the market expectations and putting a bit of themselves into their work, the game's creators (some of them at least) have made confident and convincing strides towards evolving the genre, and struck a balance between Eastern and Western gaming tastes that only Nintendo is normally capable of nailing so well.

Darkwatch – Consumer Guide

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

Darkwatch

Game Description: Darkwatch: Curse of the West is cinematic 1st-person shooter action, as you become a vampire hunter fighting for survival in the Wild West. Explore a strange new version of the West, where you'll grind your enemies for fuel, wear their skin as a cloak and build weapons designed for mass murder.

Darkwatch – Review

Question one: You're a train robber who— and I can't stress this enough— does not know that monsters are really real. You climb aboard a train and discover that all of the passengers have been brutally slaughtered by reanimated skeletons wielding sickles.

Flipnic: Ultimate Pinball – Second Opinion

I didn't find Flipnic as tedious as Andrew seemed to. It can be a harsh mistress at times, but I didn't walk away in ambivalence. The worst I can say about Flipnic is that it's an acquired taste.

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