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Although I'm not the biggest strategy game player, there are a handful of titles in the genre that I've found enjoyable. This looks pretty cool. I'll have to wait and see how the final product plays. #4
Maybe it's because I have a high tolerance for mediocrity (I played Double Dragon III for hours on end despite hating it and actually passed the horrid Over the Hedge), but this actually looks kind of fun. KIND OF fun. #4
I was a very active GameSpot member at the time of Gerstmann's firing. CNET's actions pretty much prompted me to leave. I couldn't stand to be an active member on a site that treated one of their most popular editors so unfairly. #12
To be honest, I find that the Splatterhouse series doesn't hold up very well anymore. I've played the older games recently, and they're just not very fun anymore. They're overly simplistic, even for being beat 'em ups. I don't know how this new entry will do when it launches, but with so little time until its launch, I doubt the devs will be able to clean up all the bugs. #1
Been seeing many sites using this method over the past couple years. I'd say it works just as well as a 100-point scale and even a 5-point scale. At the end of the day, gamers should always read the review for all the details. #8
I'm so glad Mario Galaxy 2 and No More Heroes 2 were on there. They definitely deserve to be in a best of 2010 list for sure! #13
It seems most people prefer the DS versions of these games over the WiiWare downloads. It's a shame they didn't translate very well over to the Wii. #3
There's just something really intriguing about a fighing game crossover. This definitely piques my interest. #22
Meant to give it a 4/5 rating. My mistake. Error was fixed. #1.1
Well, top 5 lists are usually just opinions, as is your comment. #15.1
Notice 'Virtual Console' in the title, meaning this is a review of the more recent port on the Wii. Also, the review is posted under the 'Retro' section. #1.1
Just like the actual TNA wrestling promotion, the TNA video games leave much to be desired. #3
The article includes the Propeller Suit as an item that would be great to see in a new installment, perhaps a 3D Mario game rather than a side-scroller. It's not so much a traditional, long-time-away-then-comeback return, but just a return to a new game. #3.1
I tried the demo for this at E3, and it seems like a fun game. Definitely a lot more light-hearted and over-the-top than the SmackDown vs. Raw games. This seems like it will be a lot of fun for those who loved games such as No Mercy and Day of Reckoning. #2
I'm not a fan of gaming on the iPhone or iPod Touch, or just mobile gaming in general. This port just solidifies my idea that mobile gaming is meant to sell games for the purpose of making a quick buck, despite the fact that the gameplay, controls, and other mechanics never really leave one fulfilled. #3
I never really expected much out of this game. Glad I didn't get excited over what turned out to be a lackluster fighter. #3
This is a game I am very interested in. It just looks like no-nonsense game with good shooting action. #3
When I played the demo for this at E3, I instantly got that kick of nostalgia. I immediately thought, "This is going to be one hell of a game!" #22
Both the Wii and DS versions of this game absolutely wowed me at E3. They were both so much fun. And regarding the Wii version, THAT is how Sonic should play in a 3D game. #3
When I saw the 3DS in action I was amazed that it worked. It's going to be one heck of a system. #30
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