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Heroes of Might and Magic V – Review

In late 2004 Microsoft spent so much money marketing the upcoming release of Halo 2 that national press outlets started doing reports about it as if it were actually news. Unsurprisingly, these were generally awkward and horribly researched, as mainstream coverage about niche subjects tends to be.

Heroes of Might and Magic V – Consumer Guide

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

Astonishia Story – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Animated Blood, Language, Mild Fantasy Violence, Use of Alcohol

Astonishia Story

Game Description: Astonishia Story immerses you in rich RPG adventure. Play as honorable knight Lloyd and embark upon an epic journey to recover the Wand of Kinan, a sacred relic stolen from your protection. It was taken in an ambush and you are the only survivor—now you'll have to chase the villains responsible across the world to reclaim the Wand for your king.

Astonishia Story – Review

Another day on the PSP, another sub-par role-playing game (RPG). Seriously, people… it's getting a bit ridiculous. If I have to play another old-school game that starts with the main character waking up in bed and getting dressed for his "big day," I'm going to scream.

Lost Magic

Game Description: Lost Magic is an action RPG set in a mysterious realm, where magic is everywhere. A realm where monsters wield unimaginable power and the fate of the universe is held together by seven magical wands. As a wizard in this realm, you'll have to command a number of monster squads in battle, while unleashing your magic to defeat the forces that threaten your world.

Lost Magic – Review

My favorite videogames are the ones most people don't think to make. I'll spend money just for the chance to run a farm, to whack frogs into holes with golf clubs, to rain destruction upon my enemies using calligraphy. Heck—innovation-lust is the reason I bought a Nintendo DS in the first place. But after playing Lost Magic, I have to wonder: is innovation enough to make a game any good?

Lost Magic – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Mild Fantasy Violence

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Essentials – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Strong Language, Violence

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Essentials – Review

Some things were not meant to be. Time machines, Republican administrations that care about the welfare of the country, and fat-free donuts that actually taste like donuts are all things that people wish for but can't really ever exist. Another thing to add to this list of impossibles? A respectable version of Splinter Cell on the PSP. Although this third-person espionage franchise has only gotten better on consoles, some objectives are simply beyond the capability of sneaky superspy Sam Fisher; going portable is one of them.

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