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Lifeline – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Yu-Gi-Oh: The Falsebound Kingdom

Game Description: Yugi and his friends are trapped in a world created by a virtual reality game. They must help each other to escape from this game gone wild! A real-time strategy game at heart, Falsebound Kingdom follows the adventures of Yugi and his friends from the Yu-Gi-Oh! animated TV show as they strive to escape from the sinister virtual world.

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Falsebound Kingdom – Review

The previous games in the Yu-Gi-Oh! series have been based on the collectable card game. Players collect virtual cards, make decks, and enter tournaments to advance the plot. This formula has been pretty successful, as the games have appeared on a multitude of platforms in the past few years.

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Falsebound Kingdom – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence

Castlevania: Lament of Innocence

Game Description: Castlevania: Lament of Innocence propels you ten centuries into the past and into the role of Leon Belmont, the forefather of the legendary Belmont Clan and the first in the the family's long line of vampire hunters. Your mission is only one, to find the love of your life who has disappeared.

Castlevania: Lament of Innocence – Second Opinion

It's been years and most of an entire console generation since one of the great franchises in videogame history has seen the light of day on a major console. The Castlevania franchise's undead second life on the Game Boy Advance was successful enough that it is surprising to see Konami try to leave the comfortable crypt of handheld gaming. Since the Nintendo 64 titles were reduced to critical dust, it makes sense that the new entry in the series, Castlevania: Lament of Innocence, is a tentative toe-dip into the potentially deadly running waters of 3D.

Bloody Roar 4

Game Description: In the beginning there was the Beast Kingdom, where four in five inhabitants were beast people known as "Zoanthropes". Called upon to protect the kingdom, some of the Beast Warriors provided their services to other countries in the Zoanthropes Mercenary Brigade. Fighting became a major source of income for the kingdom, and so it was that the ultimate Zoanthrope fighting tournament came to be. The tournament develops the skills of Beast Warriors and strengthens the Zoanthropes Mercenary Brigade. The winner will take home a handsome prize, and the title of "Zoanthrope Champion."

Bloody Roar 4 – Review

Now comes Bloody Roar 4. Technically fourth (although really the sixth if you count cross-system updates) it's the perfect example of the sort of game that seems to poised to make its mark on the world and then inexplicably proceeds to hang out at the local mall for its entire adult life.

Bloody Roar 4 – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Castlevania: Lament of Innocence – Review

For almost two decades now, Konami's seminal Castlevania series has been a vivid example of just how far the Dracula mythos can be stretched. Their "anything goes" motto in regards to expanding on the original source material has been a staple ever since the series first emerged in 1986 (then called Vampire Killer but later retitled for its released on the Nintendo Entertainment System [NES].)

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