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  • Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two Review

    Posted: November 19, 2012

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    Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two continues the dark and compelling story of forgotten toon inhabitants begun in the original Epic Mickey. A new threat looms over Wasteland, and the famous mouse must return to set things right with the help of his new ally Oswald.

    G4TV Rating
    4.5 / 5
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  • The Last Story Review

    Posted: August 22, 2012

    Average User Rating 

    A game that both experiments with new ideas and clings steadfastly to others, The Last Story is a mixed bag. Those who don't mind some badly written jRPG tropes will find quite a bit to love in combat, but the game is generally too linear and plodding to earn anything above the praise of "decent."

    G4TV Rating
    3 / 5
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  • Xenoblade Chronicles Review

    Posted: April 12, 2012

    Average User Rating 

    Xenoblade Chronicles is the sort of precious jRPG that this recent console generation has sorely lacked. Despite some missteps and over-complication, the game stands out as one of the best in recent years. Xenoblade creates a world simply begging to be explored.

    G4TV Rating
    4.5 / 5
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  • WWE '12 Review

    Posted: November 22, 2011

    Average User Rating 

    From the ashes of the popular SmackDown vs. RAW series rises WWE '12, a game that only barely resembles the game you've been used to playing for the last couple of years, with the doors thrown open and a new philosophy that breathes life into what was already a pretty good franchise.

    G4TV Rating
    5 / 5
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  • Need for Speed: The Run Review

    Posted: November 15, 2011

    Average User Rating 

    Need for Speed goes cross country in the Run, a story-driven quest to beat out over 200 drivers for a $25 million purse to race from San Francisco to New York City in an array of speed machines ranging from the mundane to the gorgeously exotic.

    G4TV Rating
    3 / 5
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  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Review

    Posted: November 11, 2011

    Average User Rating 

    Skyward Sword joins Super Mario 64 as a game that almost single-handedly justifies Nintendo's approach to hardware development, and stands as one of the best titles in the storied franchise. Still, it can't get away from a few minor faults that stop it just short of perfection.

    G4TV Rating
    4 / 5
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  • Rayman Origins Review

    Posted: November 10, 2011

    Average User Rating 

    Rayman Origins delights and amazes at every turn. Everything from the art style to the characters to the settings is brimming with creativity, and while the platforming is definitely challenging, you won't be able to play this game without a huge smile on your face.

    G4TV Rating
    4 / 5
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  • Kirby's Return to Dream Land Review

    Posted: October 25, 2011

    Average User Rating 

    This retro-inspired Kirby game is sure to please old school fans of the franchise, and may even bring in some new ones.

    G4TV Rating
    4 / 5
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  • Bit.Trip Complete Review

    Posted: September 27, 2011

    Average User Rating 

    Bit.Trip Complete is a stellar collection of an ambitious six-part indie series. There's plenty of variety between each game and they all provide sublime surreal imagery married to lovely chiptune music. However, its punishing difficulty, trial and error design, and unforgiving checkpoints make it an acquired taste that requires extreme...

    G4TV Rating
    3 / 5
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  • Conduit 2 Review

    Posted: April 21, 2011

    Average User Rating 

    The genre-versatile High Voltage Software finally has its follow-up to one of the very few FPS titles for the Nintendo Wii. While coming out in a week overshadowed by sequels on other platforms, this sci-fi shooter has a number of things going for it with features that followers of this now-series will appreciate.

    G4TV Rating
    3 / 5
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  • Mario Sports Mix Review

    Posted: February 24, 2011

    Average User Rating 

    Mario Sports Mix should be a fun wrapper for the sports of Basketball, Hockey, Volleyball, and Dodgeball. Instead, it's a boring rehash of wiggleware that leaves you feeling like you've done all of this before.

    G4TV Rating
    2 / 5
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  • de Blob 2 Review

    Posted: February 22, 2011

    Average User Rating 

    De Blob returns in another paint-filled, coloring adventure. Comrade Black is sucking all the fun out of Prisma City and only one lone blob (and his robot buddy) can save the poor citizens from a dull life of black and white conformity. Roll, jump, and climb through massive levels, painting everything in the way, while upgrading your blob and...

    G4TV Rating
    4 / 5
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  • Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time Review

    Posted: February 4, 2011 | 3 Comments

    Average User Rating 

    Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time is a great premise terribly realized. Assembling your own vehicles is a captivating idea, but its awful controls, physics, and interface make doing so a chore. A nice proof of concept, but hardly a worthwhile game.

    G4TV Rating
    2 / 5
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  • Lost in Shadow Review

    Posted: January 6, 2011

    Average User Rating 

    Taking a major cue from the atmosphere and themes of ICO and adding some of the darkly devious 2D side-scrolling nature of Limbo, Lost in Shadow is a visually distinctive Wii side scroller. If the game could have actually lived up to its desired pedigree, it would have been stunning. But as is, this isn't a bad little adventure game.

    G4TV Rating
    3 / 5
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  • Super Mario All-Stars: Limited Edition Review

    Posted: December 17, 2010

    Average User Rating 

    No one can argue the quality or playability of the featured games in this collection, but it's hard not to expect more from Nintendo. Re-releasing a 17-year-old compilation on disc for its most important character's silver anniversary is a huge disappointment, though those who haven't yet experienced these versions won't care in the slightest.

    G4TV Rating
    3 / 5
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