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Yu Gi Oh!: 7 Trials to Glory – Review

The artistry on display here is merely one of commercial function rather than aesthetic form, akin to that of, say, a successful McDonald's advertising campaign. Sadly, just like the big M's marketing execs, it'll probably do exactly what it sets out to do: sustain the brand and make plenty of money in the process.

Rengoku – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Rengoku – Review

In my recent write up of the putrid NanoBreaker, my opening comment was that killing robots as an end unto itself is boring and a waste of time—unless there's a hook. I stand by that statement, but I think it's cosmically ironic that immediately after wrapping up a review for a terrible robot-killing game, I'm writing a review for a good one. I guess it just goes to show that in the right hands, even the most seemingly unappealing or dreary subject matter can shine.

Yu-Gi-Oh! 7 Trials to Glory

Game Description: Yu-Gi-Oh!: 7 Trials Of Glory World Championship takes you to all-new arenas for challenging tournaments in Battle City. Create and edit new decks and choose from multiple playing styles as you prove yourself to be the Duel Master. 200 all-new cards makes this the most extensive Game Boy Advance Yu-Gi-Oh! game ever.

Metal Gear Acid – Review

Clearly, the goal with Metal Gear Ac!d was to score once more by launching the new PSP hardware with a proven superstar. However, this time Snake's mission is quite a bit different than his past forays, and the results are mixed.

Metal Gear Acid – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence

Metal Gear Acid

Game Description: Metal Gear Acid is a whole new take on the blockbuster Metal Gear franchise. A plane full of hostages is going to die, unless they're given a mysterious secret weapon called "Pythagoras". When the U.S. tracks down "Pythagoras" to a remote lab in Africa, they send in Solid Snake to retrieve it. In this card-based adventure, strategy is everything. Use the Weapon card to take out enemies, the Action card to duck & hide from enemies on patrol, or call in support with the Character card.

Nanobreaker – Consumer Guide

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

Nanobreaker – Review

Starring a salon-beautiful cyber-ninja named Jake, the game limply gurgles a weak tale about technologically advanced "nanites" taking over an island and turning everyone on it into mechanical monstrosities. Our hero is sent in kill everything that moves while assisting a female technician in shutting down the island's central computer.

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