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Ken Griffey Jr.’s Slugfest – Consumer Guide

Baseball purists might as well stay away from this thing. You won't find a simulation in any part of Ken Griffey Jr.'s Slugfest, but you will have a good time. It's not heavy in realism or stats, but it does mimic the game of baseball and adds it's own personality, […]

Beetle Adventure Racing – Consumer Guide

Those expecting the same experience as Electronic Arts' Need For Speed will be sorely disappointed. Beetle Adventure Racing is exactly what the title says; it's an adventure game with the Volkswagen Beetle. The focus is on taking the unbeaten paths and crazy high-flying jumps and power-ups and not so much […]

Super Smash Bros. – Consumer Guide

Surprisingly, its not fighting or platform game fans that will feel most at home with Super Smash Bros. Instead, it's Bomberman fans who will appreciate this rambunctious cart the most (with its lively multiplayer battles). The lack of depth will hurt older gamers the most, but 'party' modes will attract […]

Star Wars Episode I Racer – Consumer Guide

Any fan of the movie will love this game. It doesn't have a deep story but that's not its draw anyway. It successfully takes one segment from the movie and lets you be a part of it. Racing fans will love it because it handles better than most other racers […]

Pokémon Blue/Red – Consumer Guide

Destined to invade the playgrounds, baseball cards and Pogs will have to make way for Pokémon. Younger players will love trading and fighting their Pokémon with others. 3D mavens who relish their textures and polygons will not so easily go back to simplistic 8-bit graphics, but that's their lost. T […]