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GameSpot Mario Kart Review

One of the post involved in the great deletion:

The Good:

  • Huge number of courses, including some of the most imaginative yet
  • Deeply …
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Sega American Blog: Hand On Sonic Unleashed

It seems like someone over at Sega America has gotten there hands on Sonic Unleashed and wrote a little review of it.

Having worked in the video game industry for …
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DS Review: Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time / Darkness

In September of 2006 Nintendo released two Pokémon Mystery Dungeon titles, one for each of its portable gaming devices, GBA and DS. Developed by ChunSoft, a team with more than …
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Famitsu Review Scores

DS

Keikishi Gunzou Presents: Monoshiri Bakumatsu-Ou (DS) 7/7/6/7 Hitman Reborn (DS) 7/6/6/6 Emblem of Gundam (DS) 6/8/7/8

Wii

Link’s Bowgun Training (Wii) 9/7/7/7 Pro Baseball Family Stadium (Wii) 8/6/6/6

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Mario Kart Wii Review

By paying specific attention to crafting and balancing the one-player and local multiplayer modes as separate experiences, the series could have moved closer to becoming a truly great game for …
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World Of Goo: Video Preview

World of Goo Video Preview from Sphaze on Vimeo.

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Okami Review

When Okami debuted in 2006 for the PlayStation 2, we couldn’t help but get caught up in its beauty. This work of genius, from the now-shuttered Clover Studios, introduced an …
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Mario Kart Wii Review

Not that karts are written out of the trick equation; a stunt-boost is available to both classes. Any raised surface – be it deliberate ramp or minor track blemish – …
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Review: IGN UK Mario Kart Review 8.9

UK, April 11, 2008 – Okay, so we’re all on the same page, let’s get this out of the way: Mario Kart SNES > Mario Kart DS > Mario …
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IGN’s Voice Chat Summary

Thanks Milabrega for the summary:

Guitar Hero DS:
-The guitar Grip in GBA slot. You can strum on screen with stylus or the guitar Pick that comes with the game.
-Works with the DS and DSLite. Will support DS through an adaptor.
-Likely need headphones to get the most out of the music, though it should still be good
-Wireless Multiplayer.
-Star Power Moves that affect your opponent. Like the stage catches fire and you have to blow into the DS, or a fan shows up and you have to sign her shirt.

Hulk Wii:
-Screens, “Shit”

Lost Winds:
-43 MB limit on WiiWare Games
-Look a little slow
-Kirby Canvas style
Day 1 Wii games, Day 2 WiiWare, Embargo up Monday (Media Summit)

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