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Fun, Frantic, and Frustrating

Posted : 10 years, 5 months ago on 27 January 2007 05:03 (A review of Bombastic)

Bombastic is a puzzle game where the object is to connect dice to make them explode off the board. You do this by linking two twos, three threes, four fours, etc, and detonating them. The game is extremely fast paced and addictive, but also can be frustrating, since you have to remember how to get to the number you need to cause the explosion. This can get really confusing when the pressure is on, or impossible depending on how many dice are left on the board. Great for a rental, but only buy if you have rented it and you like it.


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For What It Is, It's Not Bad

Posted : 10 years, 5 months ago on 21 January 2007 06:25 (A review of Big Bumpin')

As the business of Video Games gets bigger and bigger, we have seen more and more commercialism creep into our games. But never has this ever been more evident that in the three XBox games that Burger King offered for the Holiday 2006 season. So when you play this game, remember that the it was meant to be nothing more than an interactive commercial. But, surprisingly, this game actually offers more. Then control is simple but spot on, and the modes offered will keep you entertained for small doses at a time. All in all, not bad for only $3.99


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Age is more than just a number.

Posted : 10 years, 5 months ago on 10 January 2007 08:19 (A review of Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!)

Brain age for the Nintendo DS has got to be one of the oddest concepts ever for a video game. You essentially are given a series of mental exercies to do every day, followed by a Brain Age computation test. The exercies range from simple arithmetic problems, to reading aloud, to counting people going in and out of a house, and many more. Plus, to add onto that, the cartridge has over 100 Sudoku puzzles with an interface so slick that you'll have a hard time going back to doing Sudoku in the paper. A must have for all DS owners.


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Academy of Touch Screen Learning!

Posted : 10 years, 5 months ago on 10 January 2007 08:13 (A review of Big Brain Academy)

Big Brain Academy is one of Nintendo's two edutainment games out for the DS right now, and while it's not as compelling as Brain Age, it is enjoyable in it's own right. The challenges put in front of you are basically a sereis of cognitive tests that are graded to give you a "Brain Weight". The heavier the brain, the smarter you are. If you have Brain Age, you probably will find this game a little lacking. But, if you are on the fence to try one of these games, try Big Brain Academy first.


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Who needs reality?

Posted : 10 years, 5 months ago on 10 January 2007 08:06 (A review of Animal Crossing)

Animal Crossing is not your average everyday video game. In Animal Crossing you play as yourself in a digital town that is populated by humanoid animals. There's no real end, and there is no story. There's just you, and errands to run, fish and bugs to catch, fossils to find, and letters to write. I'm not sure quite what it is, but I know I like it. If you start to play, chances are you'll have to play it every day, because you never know what you're going to miss. If the Sims seems a little too hardcore for you, I highly recommend Animal Crossing. But then, I highly recommend Animal Crossing to anyone. Once it gets its hooks into you, you'll never go another day without playing it.


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