Planet Monsters doesn't bring much to this already well-established genre. Read the Review
Join Polly and her friends for a day of fun and surprises at Super Splash Island.
The Cat in the Hat just does not work as a generic run-and-jump game. Read the Review
Rescue Heroes makes it debut on the GBA with this game, which has Billy Blazes rescue people and put out fires in 16 levels that span four environments.
From a gameplay standpoint, the game falls flat. Read the Review
Whether you're a longtime arcade beat-'em-up fan or a younger gamer who's new to the genre, Double Dragon Advance is just what you're looking for. Read the Review
THQ will excercise its Power Rangers license on Nintendo's 32-bit hand held.
Final Fight represents straightforward arcade brawling at its absolute best. That the entire arcade game now fits in your pocket is quite frankly insane. Read the Review
While the GBA needs a party game, Tweety & The Magic Gems is far too laborious and bland to captivate even the most carefree of audiences. Read the Review
Tonka trucks get the job done, on the GBA.
F-14 Tomcat's somewhat generic nature, dark visuals, and repetitious missions may deter the casual flight jockey. Read the Review
TDK Mediactive's game will be based on the lifestyle clothing brand, No Rules.
X-Men faithfuls, beat-'em-up lovers, and casual gamers will enjoy the invitingly easy fisticuffs that X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse has to offer. Read the Review
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