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It's time to lay the smackdown in Springfield. Everybody's ready to bring it on and take it home with this wacky wrestling game from Activision and Fox. Can you smell what Marge is cookin'?
I'm going to talk about Mario Party 2 from Nintendo. You can pick different kinds of characters, different kinds of stages and there is also a Mini-Game Park. I think it's my favorite game.
Get ready to shake, shake, shake your maracas with some hot dancing tunes. Samba de Amigo is a kooky dance game for your Dreamcast system. It'll get your feet tapping and your body moving.
Pikachu I ban you! Uh, oh. Saudi Arabia has just banned all Pokemon cards, games and even toys. They've decided that the game encourages gambling and un-islamic teachings.
Trade Federation getting you down? Too many blasters and not enough shields? If you're stuck and the Force can't help, you need a power up. Check these out and get ready to rule the skies.
Frankie Muniz from Malcolm in the Middle had a few words to share and some awards to hand out at the 2001 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards. Check out the glitz, the glamour and the winners.
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Do your games put you to sleep? Get a feeling of D�j� vu when you're playing your Playstation? Are your games mindless clones of other, better, games? Here's why and what you can do about it.
The computer game I am going to write about is The Sims. You can tell the characters what to do. You can give them names, make them cook, watch TV, dance, play, go on the computer etc.
The Tokyo Game Show had a whole bunch of Game Boy Advance action going on. There were demos of games and a chance to try out the system and see how it plays. Is it good? Is it bad? Find out.