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Born for Wii: Blade Runner

It's always dark in the city. Always raining. The light from a thousand neon signs is refracted and scattered by the smog that hangs in the air, ominous and ever-present. Spinners pass by quietly overhead while those too poor to own a car travel by foot, hurrying with umbrellas clutched tightly and...

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Born for Wii: BattleTanx: Global Assault

Sometimes looking back at the games of our childhood days can be painful. More than a decade later, it's hard to imagine how Combat Cars for the Sega Genesis was ever...well, fun. Ah, the indiscretion of youth: hoarding your money, saving for that one, glorious moment when you pick out a new game to...

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Born for Wii: Mario Sunshine

Now that 2008 is tightly packed away into our memories and the glorious new year is unfolding before our very eyes, we're caught between looking backwards at what 2008 imparted upon us and anticipating what 2009 has to offer. Even though Born for Wii is all about looking backwards, it's hard not to...

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Born for Wii: NBA Jam

Nintendo knows how to sell you a console. Whether it's Tetris bundled with every Game Boy, Super Mario World packed in with each shiny new SNES, or Wii Sports freely tagging along with the bazillions of Wiis they've sold in the past two years, the gaming giant has a history of providing fun and...

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Born for Wii: Stranger's Wrath

After the dreary all-night study benders, frantic cramming, and endless writing that coalesce to produce the torturous period that is college finals, gamers around the country find time to kick back, relax, and play through the dreaded backlog that resulted from the flood of titles released during...

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Born for Wii: Marvel vs. Capcom 2

Capcom has been on a roll this generation. First we got games like Dead Rising and Lost Planet which launched strong new IPs. Then the announcements started to hit. An Okami port for the Wii. Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop. Resident Evil 5 (which, judging by its recent demo, seems to be shaping up...

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Born for Wii: Metal Arms

In an industry perpetuated by sequels, we see plenty of gamers rabidly demanding new installments in their favorite series, whether it be the predictable Madden: Year Edition, Medal of Honor: Kill Some More Nazis, or Metal Gear Solid: Even Longer Cutscenes. Of course, there's also a vocal community...

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Born for Wii: Wario's Woods (page 3)

Even the Super Nintendo version of Wario's Woods has far better graphics than the NES edition that's available on the Virtual Console (and in Animal Crossing for the GameCube, if you still have that classic lying around). But Nintendo could go the extra mile and redraw Wario's Woods in big, gorgeous...

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Born for Wii: Wario's Woods (page 2)

Wario's Woods immediately sets itself apart from the average Nintendo game by thrusting the lovable Toad into a starring role. Mr. Mushroom Top himself rarely does more than squawk and get kidnapped, but in Wario's Woods he takes center stage. What's more, Toad actually gets in the puzzles. When he...

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Born for Wii: Wario's Woods

Few genres can match the gnawing, unquenchable addiction of the puzzler. The classics like Tetris and Puyo Pop have populated virtually every platform under the sun in one form or another, and modern-day classics like Hexic and Zuma have undoubtedly caused more than one dreary office worker to find...

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