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Rayman Raving Rabbids
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Pretty Fun

This game is ok.

by Philippe Letourneau, Canada - Jan 6th 2009
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Geneforge 5: Overthrow
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Legion Arena
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Better than expected

ok, the graphics are dated, you can't play individual maps after beating them, and its a little over-priced:

that said, Legion Arena is just plain FUN. Building and throwing vast armies at each other, utilizing Terrain (has a large impact on battles), unit type match ups (even larger impact), and moral boosters (huge!) makes the game very playable. Soldiers you train have dozens of upgrades, and can have a blast finding ways to outwit your enemy in the campaign: will my elephants break up their phalanx? Can my archers thin down the cavalry charge enough that my poor militia have a chance?

realistic enough to pass scrutiny, but the interface is simple, and you can be merrily slaying celts in no time. Not a bargain, but if you've got $40 bucks to blow, you could do a lot worse.

by Aaron Dyck, USA - Jan 5th 2009
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Europa Universalis II
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Very Complex

This is one of my favorite games. I have probably played it for hundreds, if not thousands, of hours, and have still yet to master it's finer intricacies. The one potential problem people might have is that it can be difficult to get a handle on the game play, it's extremely complex, especially at higher difficulty levels, where minor changes can dramatically impact your success. True, the graphics aren't astounding, but that just means that you can focus on gameplay, and it will run on lower-performance machines.

by Patrick Rogers, USA - Jan 5th 2009
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Hidden Mysteries: Buckingham Palace
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Quite Good.

It's OK. It 's not the best discovering game we've ever seen but it's good!!

by Vasiliki, Greece - Jan 5th 2009
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Jane's Realty
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Crashes every time

It crashes every time I play it. Always on level 3...

Avoid!

by Alicia Ramirez, Canada - Jan 3rd 2009
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Hoyle Card Games 2008
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Good but could be great

it's difficult to hear the players voices over the background music.

by Kate Flood, USA - Jan 3rd 2009
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Scrabble Journey
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My All-Time Favorite Game

The graphics alone make this a winner, but the storyline-traveling around the world and solving scrabble puzzles as you move along- is so much fun. The boards are each different and challenging, and your score can dramatically improve or fall each time you play each one. It can rain or snow during the game, and you can watch such things as sheep walk their fields, camels or cattle graze, or see falling leaves. There are special squares that can boost your score way up and a helpful traveling companion who will give you a hint if you need one. I've learned so many new words (actually learned them) from playing this game so I'm a better Scrabble and crossword player in real life. I have every word game on the market and this is far and away the best. I very highly recommend it.

by Jano145, USA - Jan 3rd 2009
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Hidden Mysteries: Buckingham Palace
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About a 7 out of 10

Nothing about this game thrilled or blew me away but at the same time I found it good enough to finish. The best things I can say about the game are the hint system which is the most unique part of the game and the inventory based puzzles. The grahics are better than the first Hidden Mysteries game: Civil War , so if you liked that you will be sure to like this one. The hidden objects had nothing to do with the story or theme and there wasn't much depth to the story. It was a decent hidden object game but nothing great!

by K.Baillie, Canada - Jan 3rd 2009
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Dam Beavers
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I Love this Game

Yes, it's simple to learn and easy to play. The game gets more difficult as it goes along but is still pretty easy to beat. What I love are the wonderful graphics and little challenges as the game progresses. It's such a fun, upbeat game and a very nice way to pass the time. It's the first timed game I've ever enjoyed. I make it more challenging by requiring the letters touch each other when spelling words. I'm very glad I bought it.

by Jano145, USA - Jan 3rd 2009
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Azada: Ancient Magic
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Top Easy

Repetitive and really easy. Not worth 20 dollars.

by Tyson Read, USA - Jan 3rd 2009
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Platypus
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Fun

This game is way more challenging than I expected, its really a lot of fun for those few minuet intervals where you want to wast some time.

My only gripe is that you can't play it in windowed mode, this is a pain for a game with pre-rendered graphics where the bigger your screen the more pixelated it looks. At 30 inches this game looks absolutely terrible.

by Jeff McArthur, USA - Jan 3rd 2009
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Hidden Mysteries: Buckingham Palace
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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Hard Evidence
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Monopoly Classic
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FUN

This a great game for computer. I just wish it was cheaper.

by John Ossorgin, USA - Dec 31st 2008
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Biofilm
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Simple. Elegant. Beautiful.

I found this game to be one of those "easy to pick up, difficut to master." Everything is simple to understand, the world is presented with crisp colors and style, the interface is simple, and the units are not complicated pieces with a myriad of selectable skills. In a word, I think this game is elegant.

It satisfies the RTS player in me, but also works when I'm not in the mood for something complicated and twitchy.

by Gregory Holden, USA - Dec 31st 2008
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Rayman Raving Rabbids
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Eschalon: Book I
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Pleasant Suprise

I really have enjoyed this game. I was not expecting much but have been really immersed into the storyline. Plays off the forgotten memory angle nicely. Graphics are alright but the game play is fun. Nothing super complex yet not to simple either. Look forward to seeing what is to come from Basillick.

by Panther, Canada - Dec 30th 2008
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Armado
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Dissapointment

This game could have had so much more potential, in my opinion. I liked the opening to the game a lot and thought the storybook-like style was charming, however the gameplay and mind-numbing repetition led to its downfall.

The only reason I gave this two stars was because of its potential and opening cinematic.

I understand that Tricky Software was going for the "retro game" style. However, for a 3D game, only being able to go forwards and backwards is almost painful when so many different possibilities are available.

By looking at the screenshots, I thought this would be nice game to play with decent graphics (which aren't even an issue here considering the sloppy gameplay), however it was not even a shadow of what my expectations were.

not worth the money. not worth the time.

by Ilana Katz, USA - Dec 30th 2008
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