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Soul Calibur III – Review

Boxing is often called the "sweet science." The strategy, execution and skill make up the "science" and I'm assuming the thrill and satisfaction of victory is what makes it "sweet." In Soul Calibur III, I feel there's very little "science" that goes into the combat and consequently, victory isn't particularly "sweet."

Urban Reign – Review

The 2.5D beat-'em-up was one of the most beloved genres of the late 80s and early 90s. It may seem amazing today, but there was a time where allowing players to move up and down on the screen as well as left and right was something of a revelation. From Renegade and Double Dragon through Night Slashers all the way up to the Dungeons and Dragons games Capcom made in the mid-90s, arcade audiences could not get enough of games about tough guys beating up hordes of similar-looking opponents.

Urban Reign – Consumer Guide

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

Urban Reign

Game Description: In Urban Reign, gang life and street justice rule the inner city - and you'll try to rule the streets. One the city's biggest gangs hired you to be his bodyguard. You're known for your brawling skills(and fighting dirty) but now you're a target. There's a turf war going on, and you're smack in the middle of it! Fight your way out of it any way you can—there's no referees, no rules and no time limit. Team up with a friend or AI controlled character to pull off a host of destructive double team moves against multiple enemies Play as one of over 60 characters in the multiplayer mode.

Pac-Man World 3 – Review

In the midst of his 25th birthday party, Pac-Man is teleported into a sewer by a friendly ghost named Ors. Ors tells him that some creep named Erwin is messing with the Spectral Realm; it's up to Pac-Man to save the ghosts, and, by extension, the universe. The story's pretty forgettable, and so is the game.

Pac-Man World 3 – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Cartoon Violence

Pac-Man World 3

Game Description:  In a mad search for power, evil genius Erwin creates a machine that can penetrate into the Spectral Realm. But now, the Spectral Realm is collapsing into the real world and this will bring about a massive catastrophe that will plunge the world into a state of devistation for years to come. After mysteriously having been transported out of Pac-Village and into this strange and different land, Pac-Man must uncover Erwin's plot and save the world. Along the way, Pac-Man will meet a host of unexpected "old friends," and in order to defeat the ultimate enemy, he might just have to turn his old foes into allies. There are new Pac-Man moves such as climb fences, jump up walls, swing around poles and punch enemies. Includes the original Pac-Man arcade game from 1980.

Ridge Racer 6 – Consumer Guide

Ridge Racer 6 – Review

Say what you will about the Ridge Racer games (and we've all heard the various complaints), it's hard to deny they're fun. They're almost an anachronism in a gaming world where innovation and style are generally viewed more important than enjoyment (even if the innovative game sucks it still gets critical praise for being different in most cases). And yet, Namco keeps churning out sequels and variations on the theme. Ridge Racer 6 is no different.

Rebelstar Tactical Command – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Violence

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