Video Game & Hardware Reviews
GBA STAR X - REVIEW
Star X is a cool 3D space action game
much like STAR FOX. The graphics are better that StartFox
on SNES but not as good as on N64 ;) You are a last surviving
pilot of a diplomatic mission that was sent to meet a new
alien race. You didn't have a warm welcoming so now you got
to get back home and worn your people... Not too original "Your here to
save the world! Again" kind of stuff. Well you get to see
a nice little ingame scene at the start that reminded me
of good old Wing Commander. The Bad guys look like they could
be rated to Wing Commandeer series ;) Game play is the same
as StarFox - some levels you are free to fly around some
you have a direction you have to fly in and you cant change
that, but because there is so much action you don't notice
the fact that you don't have as much freedom as you would
have in a Flight Simulator game. There is a good variation
in levels and I think I will play this game for some time.
And because so far this is the only 3D space shooter we have
it is also the best. I hope we get some more games like this
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ADVANCE WARS - REVIEW
Advance Wars is as brilliant as they come on the Game Boy
Advance. The game isn't this action-packed button-mashing
thumb-buster on the system, but Advance Wars is incredibly
intense and amazingly addictive...especially when you learn
every little nuance of the game design. Single player mode
is a challenge in itself, but when you get another player
(or three) into the battlefield, that's when you see just
how versatile the game design really is. I hesitated giving
this game a perfect 10, and decided to knock a single tenth
of a point simply due to a problem in the link cable mode.
Since it's turn-based, the players who are not involved
sit and watch the player in charge making his move -- it
would have been extremely helpful to add a function to let
these players check on their troops during the move...especially
when enemy forces are moving into their territory.
In single player mode, the computer AI moves
so fast that you wouldn't have much time to check your stats
anyway...but when you're sitting idle after a turn, your
mind should be working strategically, and to not have the
ability to see your troops' status is a bit annoying. But
that's really the only true complaint I can make about the
Advance Wars is an absolutely brilliant design, and a title
that absolutely deserves a place in your Game Boy Advance
collection. It will be amazing to see this series continue
in the states, simply because the design is near perfect
as it is. What could they possibly do to the game to make
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