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SEGA Superstars Tennis

At Nintendo they’ve been doing it for ages already: bringing famous characters together in some sort of fight-, sports- or party game and then wait until the money comes pouring in. “We can do that too!”, they must have thought at SEGA, and the conception of SEGA Superstars Tennis was a fact. That developer SUMO […]

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Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn

The Fire Emblem franchise knows a long history. It all began on the Gameboy Advance. Afterwards we could enjoy it on the GameCube and now finally it makes its debut on the Wii. Fire Emblem: Radian Dawn is a turn-based strategy game and as we know there aren’t many titles left in this genre. With […]

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Ninja Reflex

Brain training for the beginning Ninja. That could sum up Ninja Reflex in six words. Sounds fun, but unfortunately enough it hardly is. Once I dreamed of becoming a famous ninja. Strengthened by the adventures of the teenage mutant ninja turtles and old movies of Bruce Lee, I actually believed in my dream. Until today, […]

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Battalion Wars II

More wars, more memories, more troops, more Battalion Wars, more… fun? About two hundred years ago the terrible war known as the Lightning Wars, came to a sudden stop. It was ended by a fight between the troops of Solar Empire and Iron Legion, but the victory could be thanked to a super weapon that […]

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Nights: Journey of Dreams

Nights: Journey of Dreams, developed by Sega, is the successor to one of the most popular games ever on the Sega Saturn. Personally I never got to play the original, let alone see it, so I have no clue what it’s supposedly all about. Anyway, I hope for all the fans of that old bugger […]

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Bleach: Shattered Blade

I didn’t know it, but Bleach is a big hit in Japan and the Usa. Where I’m from, it’s a bit more difficult to find the manga or anime series but Bleach has fans everywhere. Not strange, as Bleach has mixed everything from Dragonball Z to Naruto. The average Japanese clash of the nonsense with […]

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Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity

Who remembers Sonic R? Not that many visitors, I presume. If you do remember the game, it means that you bought a Sega Saturn that died a painful dead with only a handful of long forgotten games. Sonic R was the first race game with Sonic. You could run or just race with a car. […]

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Ghost Squad

Ghost Squad is a so-called “port” of a Sega lightgun arcade game. You know, a game where you need to grab a plastic rifle and in front of your friends get to play the tough hero. No longer is it necessary to go to the Japanese arcades to experience this deep gameplay, thanks to the […]

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Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros’ Treasure

Welcome in 2006. The Nintendo Wii is announced and people are already speculating about lifelike gameplay like sword fighting in The Legend of Zelda and Red Steel. Reason for this is the motion sensored controller. We’re two and a half years later now, but what has come true? Little to nothing if you ask us. […]

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Pokémon Battle Revolution

Pokémon is one of those top licenses available on about every handheld console ever produced by Nintendo. Of course I’m talking about the many versions like Red, Blue and naturally the most recent Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, every one being a decent RPG where you collect a bunch of creatures, train them and let them […]

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Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games

Once they were competitors, now they’re only opponents. Mario and his crew take on Sonic’s gang for the Olympics. They need to run, jump, fly, duck, fall, stand up and go on in the sports event of the year. Welcome to Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. At first sight the game has everything […]

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Super Mario Galaxy

What would a console be worth without a mascotte? Right, I’m talking about the Wii. With only a handful of decent games and no well-integrated online capacities in sight, the console has broken many hearts in just a year. Many developers have tried to port the controls to the x-th copy, one more successful than […]

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Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles

Wii owners were treated with the formidable Resident Evil 4 already half a year ago and now they get to put their teeth in The Umbrella Chronicles. Still a lot of lovers of Capcom’s renowned horror series are disappointed that the long-awaited fifth part will only make an appearances on the big brothers. The arrival […]

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Rayman Raving Rabbids 2

Last year, Ubisoft brought us a super fun party game with hilarious rabbits. That was a big success, so it was a logical step to release a successor. Question is whether or not it’s still fun and most of all, can it match his successful older brother? Let’s start with the good news: the rabbits […]

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The BIGS

It’s time for some Epic Arcade Baseball Action! Probably the most boring team sport that has spawned from the minds of our American cousins also needs its digital equal. And of course, with any sports game that requires you to use a certain extension of your arm, you can expect some unique extras for the […]

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