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Headhunter: Redemption – Review

While Headhunter was a good game with several major flaws, Redemption is essentially the same game with those flaws removed, leaving, if not a great game, at least a very good one that stands head and shoulders over the original.

Headhunter: Redemption – Consumer Guide

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

Astro Boy: Omega Factor

Game Description: Invisible enemies are revealed with his x-ray vision, his Arm Canon discharges explosive firepower, his hearing is unparalleled, and his strength is no less than 100,000 horsepower. With his superior, electronic brain, he decodes robotic languages and secret codes. Help Astro uncover his full potential through 10 non-linear, interactive areas, including a volcano, outer space, underground, and the city.

Astro Boy: Omega Factor – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Cartoon Violence

Astro Boy: Omega Factor – Review

It's rare to find a handheld game with this much emphasis on narrative (and narrative logic) and Osamu Tezuka's colorful roster of characters are ultimately crowbarred in to good effect.

Sonic Heroes – Second Opinion

As a critic, I don't like to admit that I'm wrong but I can, and do. Still, that doesn't mean I like it. Naturally, I try to be wrong as little as possible—but today, I need to 'fess up big-time. See, I used to think Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg was a bad Sega game, but that was only until I played Sonic Heroes. Now, I see lil' Billy as a virtual masterpiece by comparison, practically the digital equivalent of a Guernica, or Starry Night. Why? Because Sonic Heroes has so much wrong with it, that three lefts couldn't make it right.

Sonic Heroes – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Fantasy Violence

Sonic Heroes – Review

Although this Sonic update has good ideas, they are sadly bogged down by the game's implementation, which features a wonky camera, faulty collision detection and questionable physics. I felt like the developers started out with a vision or goal for the game, but got lost along the way.

Sonic Heroes

Game Description: Sonic Heroes takes you blazing through a world of great adventure! Use multiple teams and formations to conquer the ultimate hero, once and for all.

ESPN NHL Hockey

Game Description: ESPN NHL Hockey emphasizes ESPN style of presentation to make you experience reality. The visuals and audio feature the same music cues, overlays, box scores, and other distinctive elements that help set ESPN apart from other networks sports coverage. ESPN NHL Hockey brings you authentic box scores, overlays, stats and more fully capturing the atmosphere of an ESPN NHL broadcast; Pushing the hardware to new limits, player models and faces, environmental effects, arenas, cut scenes, uniforms and more are meticulously detailed raising realism to a new level; Manage all aspects of your franchise from key trades to scouting talent in the minors and abroad with an easy to navigate 3D front office menu system.

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