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Full Auto – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Full Auto – Review

In the end, Full Auto is a lot more fun than I expected it to be. The idea of driving and shooting is nothing new, but it's implemented well enough in this title to keep it interesting for the ten-twelve hours required to unlock everything. Add in an online mode (which was pretty laggy the one time I ventured on) and this is a game that might not be worth the full $60 price tag but would be well worth picking up when the retail price drops a bit.

Headhunter: Redemption – Second Opinion

I'll agree with Dan in saying that Headhunter: Redemption is a better game than the original and a good example of how developers can implement improvements to produce a quality sequel. But in all fairness, the developers still haven't quite nailed it.

Gunstar Super Heroes – Second Opinion

Comparing Gunstar Super Heroes to We Love Katamari doesn't make much sense to me. They are both cash-in sequels that rehash their originals, but I think there's a big difference between a rehash that comes out 12 months later and one that comes out 12 years later.

Gunstar Super Heroes

Game Description: Gunstar Super Heroes is 2D action and adventure done right. The Gunstar world expands with all-new levels, bosses, and weapons. Take characters, Blue and Red, on different paths to reveal an incredible adventure story. Precision gunplay and brilliant visuals, and all-new levels, bosses, and weapons.

Gunstar Super Heroes – Review

Almost every boss—as ever, the beating heart of a Treasure level—is recycled from GH. Players keep expecting some kind of pay-off for those of us willing to accept these throwbacks as 'knowing references', but it doesn't come, and they're not. They're insipid and annoying regurgitations.

Gunstar Super Heroes – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Suggestive Themes, Fantasy Violence

Shining Force Neo – Review

To be fair, once the initial disappointment dissipates, Shining Force Neo is a damn good game—it's just hard for an old guy like me to get past the whole Shining Force not being a strategy RPG thing. Why call it Shining Force? Why must Sega continually toy with my emotions? What's next? A Nights RPG? A Phantasy Star card battle game…oh, wait, they actually did that. My bad.

Shining Force Neo

Game Description: Shining Force Neo is a fast-paced action-RPG featuring a dramatic, character-driven story and a high gloss anime aesthetic. You become Max, a young traveller on his way to becoming a warrior or sorceror. Master martial arts, face the deadliest fighters around and prove yourself, in a wild, action-packed storyline.

Shining Force Neo – Consumer Guide

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

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