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ZooCube (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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ZooCube (Game Boy Advance)

Specs: Everyone, PuzzleKings, Puzzle, Puzzle, 1-2 Players

Mary-Kate and Ashley: Girls Night Out (Game Boy Advance)

Specs: Everyone, Powerhead Games, Music

Bust-A-Move Millennium (Game Boy Color) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Bust-A-Move Millennium (Game Boy Color)

Specs: Everyone, Taito Corporation, Puzzle

V-Tennis (PlayStation) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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V-Tennis (PlayStation)

Specs: Everyone, 1-2 Players

Mortal Kombat II (Genesis) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Mortal Kombat II (Genesis)
Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000 (Game Boy Color) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000 (Game Boy Color)

Specs: Everyone, M4 Limited, Driving

Warlock (SNES)

Specs: Realtime Associates

Speed Kings (GameCube) Reviewed on May 27, 2003 Check prices
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Speed Kings (GameCube)

The Bottom Line: Even though Speed Kings doesn't stray very far from the Burnout 2 formula, it's a solid racer that does a great job of conveying an insanely fast sense of speed and requires you to think and react in an instant. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Climax Group, Driving, Street Motorcycle Racing, 1-4 Players

Yellow Brick Road (PlayStation)

Specs: Synergy Inc., Adventure, 1 Player

Batman Forever (GameGear)

Specs: K-A, Probe Entertainment Limited, Action, 1 Player

NHL Breakaway 99 (Nintendo 64)

Specs: Everyone, Iguana Entertainment, Sports, 1-4 Players

Bust a Move 4 (Game Boy Color)

Specs: Everyone, Taito Corporation, Puzzle, 1-2 Players

All-Star Baseball 2004 (Xbox) Reviewed on March 11, 2003 Check prices
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All-Star Baseball 2004 (Xbox)

The Bottom Line: The sheer number of available teams, modes, and bonuses is absolutely staggering. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Acclaim, Sports, Baseball Sim, Realistic, 1-4 Players

Blast Lacrosse (PlayStation) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Blast Lacrosse (PlayStation)

Specs: Everyone, Sandbox, Sports, General Sports, 1-2 Players

South Park: Chef's Luv Shack (Nintendo 64) Reviewed on December 1, 1999 Check prices
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South Park: Chef's Luv Shack (Nintendo 64)

The Bottom Line: The repeating questions, repeating speech, and dull minigames keep it from being a game you'd want to pop in whenever you need a simple party-style game. Read review

Specs: Mature, Acclaim Studios Austin, Party, General Action, 1-4 Players

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 3 (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on December 20, 2002 Check prices
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Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 3 (Game Boy Advance)

The Bottom Line: The game just feels like a BMX video game on a handheld system ought to feel--like a miniaturized version of its console cousin without any compromises or cutbacks. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Full-Fat, Sports, Biking, 1-2 Players

No One Can Stop Mr. Domino! (PlayStation) Reviewed on December 14, 1998 Check prices
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No One Can Stop Mr. Domino! (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Mr. Domino is a cute and unique little game, great for casual and veteran gamers alike...while it lasts. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Artdink, Action, General Action, 1 Player

Worms 3D (GameCube) Reviewed on March 11, 2004 Check prices
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Worms 3D (GameCube)
  • CNET Editor rating:
    3.5 stars Very good
      Overall score: 7.5 (3.5 stars)
  • Average user rating: 3.5 stars out of 2 reviews

The Bottom Line: Worms 3D is a pretty good strategy game, but taking the game into full 3D seems to have actually detracted from some of the depth found in the 2D games. Read review

Specs: Teen, Team 17, Strategy, General Strategy, Fantasy, 1-4 Players

Vanishing Point (PlayStation) Reviewed on February 24, 2001 Check prices
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Vanishing Point (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Vanishing Point is one of the most original and enjoyable racing games to come around in a long time. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Clockwork Games, Driving

Fantastic Four (PlayStation) Reviewed on November 18, 1997 Check prices
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Fantastic Four (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Fantastic Four could have been a much better game. Read review

Specs: K-A, Probe Entertainment Limited, Action, 1-4 Players

Legends of Wrestling II (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on December 20, 2002 Check prices
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Legends of Wrestling II (Game Boy Advance)

The Bottom Line: Acclaim's wrestling game falls short in every respect. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Powerhead Games, Sports, Wrestling, 1 Player

Extreme-G 3 (GameCube) Reviewed on December 11, 2001 Check prices
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Extreme-G 3 (GameCube)

The Bottom Line: Those who waited for the GameCube version of Extreme-G 3 have been rewarded with a superior version of the game. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Acclaim, Driving, Futuristic Racing, Sci-Fi, 1-4 Players

SX Superstar (GameCube) Reviewed on June 30, 2003 Check prices
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SX Superstar (GameCube)

The Bottom Line: There's plenty to do in SX Superstar, but the gameplay mechanics could've used a little more tweaking. Read review

Specs: Teen, Acclaim, Driving, Motocross Motorcycle Racing, Realistic, 1-2 Players

ZooCube (GameCube) Reviewed on June 6, 2002 Check prices
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ZooCube (GameCube)

The Bottom Line: ZooCube is a thoroughly entertaining puzzle game that can be quite a bit of fun for anyone able to grasp its three-dimensional nature. Read review

Specs: Everyone, PuzzleKings, Puzzle, Puzzle, 1-4 Players

Turok: Evolution (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on September 6, 2002 Check prices
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Turok: Evolution (Game Boy Advance)

The Bottom Line: If you can withstand the surprisingly hard difficulty level, you'll find that Turok: Evolution is actually quite a good side-scroller. Read review

Specs: Teen, RFX Interactive, Action, 1-2 Players

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