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Review: Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1

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Put On Your Old Running Shoes.
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From the moment the SEGA logo sings “Sayyy-gahhh!” nostalgia will set in, and Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 does a great job of recapturing the feeling of the original 16-bit games (though sometimes too well). With levels named and created very similarly to those of Sonic 1 through 3, there isn’t much that’s new.

From the moment the SEGA logo sings “Sayyy-gahhh!” nostalgia will set in, and Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 does a great job of recapturing the feeling of the original 16-bit games (though sometimes too well). With levels named and created very similarly to those of Sonic 1 through 3, there isn’t much that’s new.

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New Epic Mickey Gameplay Videos

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The more I see of this game the more excited I become for it. It just looks like classic Disney with an edge, a kind of counterbalance to Kingdom Hearts. I like the direction they've taken the game in and can't wait to play it.

Awkward Zombie- Fethers

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Comic by Katie Tiedrich. September 20th, 2010.

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Review: Metroid: Other M

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<p> If you&rsquo;ve never played Super Metroid from the SNES days, I recommend watching the ending on YouTube, as the intro cinematic for Metroid: Other M on Wii is a current generation remake of that fight and its spectacularness is only made greater by knowing the source material.</p>

If you’ve never played Super Metroid from the SNES days, I recommend watching the ending on YouTube, as the intro cinematic for Metroid: Other M on Wii is a current generation remake of that fight and its spectacularness is only made greater by knowing the source material.

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The New Labyrinth Zone! (Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Trailer)

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Mega Man Universe Gameplay Teaser

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Review: Earthworm Jim HD

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Cows and Toilets and Boogers, oh my!
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<p> Earthworm Jim HD is a remake of the old 1994 Sega Genesis classic and harkens back to the days of old school platform games. In June, X-Box Live Arcade was the first to see the release of this title, followed by PSN early this August. Earthworm Jim HD is basically the same game with a new graphics engine and a few new features such as multiplayer co-op, 3 new levels, and (my favorite) the ability to pick which of the levels you want to play though. Aside from the new coat of paint and the additions, Earthworm Jim HD is pretty much the same game you played when you were younger, for better or for worse. For the young gamers out there who are picking up this title for the first time, play it on the &ldquo;original&rdquo; difficulty if you want to see why older gamers are always complaining about how easy and dumbed down games are these days.</p>


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