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MediEvil Resurrection – Review

In 1998, an underdog action game called MediEvil hit the PlayStation. Although it didn't make much of a splash, its likable undead hero and reasonably solid play led into a sequel and something resembling minor cult status among those keeping an eye on the fringe. Fast-forward seven years and exchange the PlayStation for the PSP. MediEvil Resurrection may have a few tweaks and go a little easier on the eyes, but it's essentially the same game. The main difference? Instead of a small splash, it slips silently into the water and sinks to the bottom.

MediEvil Resurrection – Consumer Guide

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

Shadow of the Colossus Review

Shadow of  the Colossus Screenshot

Shadow of the Colossus is a videogame for people who love videogames. To the casual player it may seem like nothing more than just another exceptionally beautiful 3rd person climbing and stabbing simulator, but to gamers who have been playing for their entire lives it's something grander and more significant. Shadow asks big questions about game design, and suggests changes to the way we approach videogames.

Shadow of the Colossus Second Opinion

Shadow of    the Colossus Screenshot

Videogames that aim to be more than just videogames are few and far between. The vast majority of titles out there aim to sell a million copies, and if they happen to have a message or morals thrown in, well that's just accidental icing on the cake.

Death Jr.

Game Description: Death, Jr. is a great mix of dark humor and fun platforming adventure. During a school field trip, Death Jr. and his friends unleash an ancient evil force from a mysterious locked box. If little Death wants to avoid punishment(and military school), he & his pals must collect the demons and keep them from spreading through the museum and outside town, before anyone notices!

Death Jr. – Review

What happened? Death, Jr. was the first game ever shown for the Sony PSP, and after long delay it finally arrives in the state that I can only categorize as completely embarrassing.

Genji: Dawn of the Samurai

Game Description: Genji: Dawn of the Samurai takes you into an action-packed fantasy based on the ancient Japanese tale known as the Tale Of Genji. Set against the beautiful and elegant environments of feudal Japan, Genji delivers a story of two noble warriors engaged in a crusade against mythical forces controlling Japan. Genji: Dawn of the Samurai features authentic swordplay choreographed by Japan's leading swordsman, and production directed by acclaimed industry veterans. Authentic swordplay and motion-capture, executed by Japan's leading swordfight composer Over one hour of rich cinematics developed by industry pioneers, telling a dramatic storyline of revenge.

Genji: Dawn of the Samurai – Consumer Guide

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

Genji: Dawn of the Samurai – Review

Odds are, if you could suck the DNA out of an Onimusha game and splice it with the genetic code you lifted from Sega's Shinobi, the resultant offspring would look a lot like Genji: Dawn of the Samurai. Yet, in the same way that two average human beings can combine to create a Tiger Woods or Mario Lemieux, Genji takes the gifts of both parents and turns them into something transcendent—something that resembles its parents, but exceeds them in a lot of really important ways.

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