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Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars is a fungal good time

The time between the end-of-year holiday rush and the new slew of first quarter releases is normally a dark one, where gamers wait for their wallets to fatten once again in order to greedily attack the next wave of fun. That's not the case this year though, as SouthPeak games released "Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars" in December, priming it for status as a sleeper hit.
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Metal Slug 7

If you were on the fence about whether or not Metal Slug 7 was worth it, ask yourself: How great is it to be able to carry a Metal Slug worthy of the series' name with you anywhere you go, with the ability to blast through well-designed levels and enemies whenever you get the urge?
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Square Enix’s Final Fantasy IV is perfect

Without a doubt, Square Enix knows how to make videogames. Even when looking at some of their worst, the mind-bending storylines and intricate characters are better than what is provided in most video games out there. Fortunately, Final Fantasy IV remake for the Nintendo DS is one of their best.
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N+ for PSP and DS

You saw it on BLAST first! Atari has created a gem of a game: N+ is flawless in its simplicity, and is a game all gamers will gain enjoyment from.
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Ducati Moto

Overall, Ducati is a good little game. It doesn't try to do too much, but it does just enough to keep players occupied.
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Teenage Zombies

Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys, which was released in April, is a video game designed to look like a comic book, with scenes shown as comic frames with text bubbles for speech. It plays...
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Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground

Proving Ground is the deepest "X-sport" video game ever developed, and that means something considering the Tony Hawk franchise singularly created the alternative sport video game genre. That said, Neversoft...
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The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night

The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night, starts the game off with a recap from the last game, where Spyro defeated the evil dragon Cynder. After Spyro defeated Cynder, she turned into a little dragon, just like ...
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Napoleon Dynamite game

The latest trend going through the game industry sees developers playing the nostalgia card. Rather than merely cashing in on the latest Hollywood blockbusters, gamers have seen their favorite movies from year'...
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Arctic Tale game

Based on the National Geographic documentary, Arctic Tale allows you to fight for survival as three different polar animals. The film dramatically follows the paths of a mother walrus and her calf and a pola...
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Zoo Hospital

Zoo Hospital is a plot-driven collection of mini-games that makes you a summer intern at your aunt's zoo The adventures unfold as you learn how to treat 40 kinds of animals including mammals, reptiles and bi...
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The Aly & AJ Adventure

Bubblegum pop princesses Aly and AJ Michalka make their video game debut on one of what appears to be hundreds of Nintendo DS games launching this holiday season. The Aly and AJ Adventure is a collection of ...
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Fish Tycoon DS port

Fish Tycoon is another one of those tycoon simulation games where your job is to make money by raising, building, birthing or otherwise developing animals, people or infrastructure. This Majesco title stretc...
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Zendoku

Zendoku is another attempt to bring Sudoku's addictive logic to the video gaming world. It's a valiant effort with cute, DBZ-like martial arts characters and kitschy symbols instead of numbers on the game board...
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New York Times Crosswords

If you like crossword puzzles, you can take them with you anywhere you go on the Nintendo DS. There are seven levels of difficulty in the New York Times Crosswords from Majesco. The game allows competition o...