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Armored Core 4 Review (Xbox 360) Online Games, April 23, 2007
Giant robots are almost always fun. Sometimes, you get to go into great detail when you build them in a video game, much like the MechWarrior series on the PC. Take every part, fit it into certain slots and make sure you have the right type of armor, not to mention enough heatsinks to keep from overheating when you fire off those 12 lasers at once. Then you have the much more simplistic ones where you don't really upgrade your robot but instead run around and shoot stuff in a more action-styled game you can find this mostly at play in MechAssault...
...The game graphics are, for the most part, pretty darn nice. Mechs have some insane detail on them try changing to a slight weapon variation and you will notice it almost immediately...
Read full review at: www.atomicgamer.comSuper Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz Wii version Online Games, July 8, 2006Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz > Sega's monkeys roll their way onto the Wii!
Sega rolled out a Wii version of Super Monkey Ball recently, and we had a chance to check out all of the monkey madness using the system's motion-sensing remote and nunchaku. There's not much that looks different in Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz, but its feel adds a new layer of fun when controlling AiAi and friends.
In the single-player puzzle demo, tilting the remote sent AiAi rolling in the corresponding direction. Slightly pointing the remote down rolled him forward, leaning it to the right or left initiated a turn, and adjusting it to the ceiling slowed him down and eventually sent him backwards. Anything but the slightest of hand movements would send AiAi off of the ...
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