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SD Gundam Force (Game Boy Advance)

Specs: Everyone

Hyper Lode Runner (Game Boy) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Hyper Lode Runner (Game Boy)

Specs: Everyone, Action, Puzzle

After Dark Games (PC) Reviewed on December 29, 1998 Check prices
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After Dark Games (PC)
  • CNET Editor rating:
    2.5 stars Average
      Overall score: 5.5 (2.5 stars)
  • Average user rating: 2.5 stars out of 1 review

The Bottom Line: Unless you have an enormous crush on Hula Girl, you can do better elsewhere. Read review

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

Bandai Digimon Rumble Arena (PlayStation) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Bandai Digimon Rumble Arena (PlayStation)

Specs: Everyone, Bandai, Action, 2D Fighting, 1-2 Players

Digimon Racing (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Digimon Racing (Game Boy Advance)
  • CNET Editor rating:
    0.0 stars
      Overall score: 0.0 (0.0 stars)
  • Average user rating: 5.0 stars out of 1 review

Specs: Everyone, Griptonite Games, Driving, Arcade Racing, 1-4 Players

Digimon World 4 (Xbox) Reviewed on July 14, 2005 Check prices
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Digimon World 4 (Xbox)

The Bottom Line: Digimon World 4 is a dull and largely forgettable experience, which, considering the quality of the previous three Digimon World games, really shouldn't be too big of a surprise to anyone. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Bandai, Role-Playing, Action - adventure, Strategy / tactics / wargame - wargame, Fantasy, 1-4 Players

Digimon World 3 (PlayStation) Reviewed on October 5, 2002 Check prices
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Digimon World 3 (PlayStation)
  • CNET Editor rating:
    2.0 stars Mediocre
      Overall score: 4.9 (2.0 stars)
  • Average user rating: 2.5 stars out of 2 reviews

The Bottom Line: Even with its budget-minded pricing, Digimon World 3 is at best an average role-playing game that will appeal only to fans of the greater Digimon franchise. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Boom, Role-Playing, Console-style RPG, 1 Player

Digimon World 4 (PlayStation 2) Reviewed on July 14, 2005 Check prices
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Digimon World 4 (PlayStation 2)

The Bottom Line: Digimon World 4 is a dull and largely forgettable experience, which, considering the quality of the previous three Digimon World games, really shouldn't be too big of a surprise to anyone. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Bandai, Role-Playing, Action - adventure, Strategy / tactics / wargame - wargame, Fantasy, 1-4 Players

SD Gundam Force (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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SD Gundam Force (Game Boy Advance)

Specs: Everyone, Tom Create, Action

Ribbit King (GameCube) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Ribbit King (GameCube)

Specs: Everyone, Infinity, Sports, Golf Arcade, 1-4 Players

Bass Rise (PlayStation) Reviewed on December 28, 1999 Check prices
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Bass Rise (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Bass Rise makes for an amusing diversion best suited for casual fishing fans who generally play for no longer than an hour per sitting. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Bec, Sports, Fishing, 1-4 Players

Tamagotchi Connection: Corner Shop (DS) Reviewed on February 2, 2006 Check prices
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Tamagotchi Connection: Corner Shop (DS)

The Bottom Line: Corner Shop is silly and fun in the beginning, but the gameplay quickly wears thin. Read review

Specs: Everyone, NanaOn-Sha, Strategy, 1 Player

Ribbit King (PlayStation 2) Reviewed on July 1, 2004 Check prices
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Ribbit King (PlayStation 2)

The Bottom Line: After the novelty of watching purposely weird characters launch frogs through Mouse Trap-style obstacle courses wears off, you're left with a simple, shallow game. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Infinity, Sports, Golf Arcade, Fantasy, 1-4 Players

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