• Shining Force: Resurrection of the Dragon (GBA)

    Guest review by: Peter ButterShining Force - Resurrection of the Dark Dragon, a remake of the 1993 Sega Genesis title Shining Force, is a tactical RPG in which you lead a group of adventurers against

  • The Muppets: On With the Show (GBA)

    Guest review by: Lisa HarrisonDear reader, please allow me a moment of misty-eyed recollection. Let me remember the times I spent as a young child - blonde-haired, blue-eyed, grinning broadly, full of

  • Uncharted Waters: New Horizons (SNES)

    Guest review by: Jeremy Stock New Horizons (the second in the Uncharted Waters series for SNES) is another great offering from the strategy giant Koei, and as close as you'll come to being a real pira

  • Submissions (January 2005)

    Comments, e-mails, artwork and more from GameCola’s readers.

  • Submissions (December 2004)

    Dear Matt: Seeing your cute little (or maybe big) face here in this magazine makes me soooo proud. Way back 20 years ago I would never have imagined my son would become a great writer, even though Ms.

  • Your Top 10 Favorite Games: Justin Walden

    10. GoldenEye 007 (N64): I was trying to think of some N64 games that could be on this list and this was the game in my collection I went back to more than any other. Who doesn't want to be James Bond? The game is challenging, but not impossible. The soundtrack gives it that classic 007 feel and it's a great multiplayer game. This game resurrected the FPS genre and made people think about what a shooter game could be. Just thinking about this game wants me to break out my N64 again! Much like Shining Force was reason to buy a Genesis, this was reason to buy a N64.

  • Geoff Wastes a Minute of Your Time

    So this month is full of games galore and I am freaking broke! I just preordered Halo 2, and Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 2 but what about Metal Gear Solid 3 and Metroid Prime 2? There is also the next Prince of Persia and Need for Speed Underground. I want all these games, but that's sooo much freaking money! I love that all these games are coming out but why did it all have to be at once! It was hard to make a choice. I chose Halo 2 because of the LAN parties here. DDR was my second choice because it's the only exercise I've been having here except reaching for Krispy Kream Donuts. If anyone wants to donate money to me it would be much appreciated. Until next time...thanks for letting me waste your precious time.

  • Your Top 10 Favorite Games: Nate Sawoar

    10. Wrath of the Black Manta (NES): This game is accurately the COOLEST THING EVER. You are a kicking-ass ninja who has to stop drug dealers. STUPID kids get captured. Crazy bad-asses somehow ruined this language while trying to make money, but this game describes the hardworking Ninja busting down New York assholes.

  • Rampage Puzzle Attack (GBA)

    Guest review by: Lisa Harrison Sporting an irresistibly colourful box and a tempting budget price, Rampage Puzzle Attack is one of those games that you've probably never heard of, but which catches yo

  • Submissions (November 2004)

    Let me get this straight - there is a TV award show for video games?!?! Now that's got to be a highly rated show for Spike. The only thing more exciting than watching someone else play video games is