Sting’s first game featured a cute cast of characters on a ragtag adventure.
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A GameBoy Advance launch title that, for the most part, lives up to fan expectations.
Metroid: Other M tries to tell a sprawling story that brings together threads from Metroid lore between a fast-paced, combat-oriented action game.
A collection of more than 200 wildly varied “micro” games presented in a distinctly hand-made style make this one of the most unique and enjoyable GameBoy games ever made.
Avalon Code was a promising Action-RPG with a unique premise and fantastic production values, but ultimately drowns in its poorly-conceived and broken mechanics.
Professor Layton’s love life is revealed in this time-traveling, puzzle-solving adventure that won’t disappoint fans of the series.
One of the few original IPs from Nintendo during the Gamecube era provides simple but addictive exploration and strategy fun.
Taito, the company best known for developing arcade games, also developed some promotional robots in the early 1980s.