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    "You are waking from a stupor that feels like a chronic headache after a week in Vegas. You notice your right palm is covered with dried blood, but you can neither see nor feel any wounds. You feel a

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    Geography Modification (Geo-Mod): The arbitrary alteration of the domain which makes up a video game's environment.  Its implications to the world of gaming were incredible—finally, rockets, bombs,

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    I'm sure that many of you would think it odd if I were to tell you that Tomba! is easily one of the most creative games that I've ever played.  In fact, when I told people that I was reviewing Tomba!

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    Every few years a game comes along that changes the face of console entertainment.  A game that breaks every template both graphically and creatively.  A game that sparks the mind's curiosity.  A g

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    Chrono Trigger really has everything a gamer could want from a game.

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    Maniac Mansion. A smooth, creamy combo of lost girlfriends, record players, walking tentacles, writers, rocket-powered cars, broken bottles of ketchup, musicians, zombie-matics, old batteries, arcade

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    Aside from your mentally deficient cohorts, the game's not really half bad.