Archives: Legacy Reviews

(GameCube Review) Tales of Symphonia

(GameCube Review) Tales of Symphonia

“… exactly what the GameCube needs.”

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GameCube Reviews

(GameCube Review) Metroid Prime 2: Echoes

(GameCube Review) Metroid Prime 2: Echoes

“… superior to its already stellar predecessor.”

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GameCube Reviews

(GameCube Review) Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

(GameCube Review) Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

“The world Intelligent Systems has created around Mario is engaging and inviting…”

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GameCube Reviews, Legacy Reviews

(PlayStation 2 Review) Siren

(PlayStation 2 Review) Siren

“This is the first game that truly captures the paranoia and creeping dread that Romero brought to the table nearly three decades earlier.”

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Legacy Reviews, PlayStation 2 Reviews

(PlayStation 2 Review) Sniper Elite

(PlayStation 2 Review) Sniper Elite

“… won’t go down in the record books, but it’s a fun subset of one of the most overused time periods in gaming.”

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Legacy Reviews, PlayStation 2 Reviews

(PC Review) The Elder Scrolls III: Bloodmoon

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We wrap up Nick’s time in Morrowind with his 2003 review of The Elder Scrolls III: Bloodmoon.

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Legacy Reviews, PC Reviews

(PC Review) The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal

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And another installment in our Countdown to Skyrim sees intrepid Depoter Nick Stewart exploring even more of Morrowind with its first expansion, Tribunal. (Almost ten years ago.)

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Legacy Reviews, PC Reviews

(PlayStation 2 Review) Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater

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Another finely aged review for everyone: Matt Warner’s love letter to Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. Going by our stats, it’s still a popular piece. Enjoy!

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Legacy Reviews, PlayStation 2 Reviews

(PlayStation 2 Review) A Dog’s Life

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Another retro review! Since Nick’s Doom review went up, he was able to sway us to go with this one next, his 2004 review of A Dog’s Life for the PlayStation 2. A snippet: “…there’s a mystifying, almost psychologically fascinating obsession with fecal manipulation…” Enjoy!

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Legacy Reviews, PlayStation 2 Reviews

(Game Boy Advance Review) Doom

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Retro review time! As we move our older articles over into our new system, we’ll be highlighting some of our older material. This update: Nick’s review of Doom for the Game Boy Advance. Welcome back to 2002!

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Game Boy Advance Reviews, Legacy Reviews