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    Feb 23rd, 2007 at 15:37:46     -    Kirby 64 The Crystal Shards (N64)

    Kirby is a very easy game to play compared to something like Metroid. Kirby is a 2-D style game that functions like Mario for the gameboy. The first tlevels are very easy and can be beaten quickly. I got to level three in 45 minutes. The levels are not very long and there are not many bad guys to defeat. If you did not have to defeat the enemies, you can make kirby just fly over them. There are some tricks within the levels where you need to go around structures to get to a door. I enjoyed playing this game for the time being.

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    Feb 23rd, 2007 at 15:33:05     -    Kirby 64 The Crystal Shards (N64)

    I played Kirby as an emulator on my computer. It was a bit more difficult than using a controller, but still fun. Kirby is an interesting game with simple moves that make it fun. Jump, the simple move in most games, and swallowing characters, a new move that creates depth in the game. One can change Kirby's moves depending on the character or object swallowed. When Kirby swallows air, he can fly, which makes it so much easier to move around and pass enemies with ease.

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    Feb 9th, 2007 at 15:06:11     -    Frequency (PS2)

    After playing for another hour in Frequency, I unlocked a few more songs and can beat a few more songs on the expert difficulty. Harmonics did an excellent job at put alot of great songs from many different generes into the game. For fans of metal music there are a few songs from Fear Factory and Powerman 5000, and for fans of techno and pop music, they have songs from Gwen Stefani and new artists like Freezepop. This makes the game a lot of fun for almost everyone because you can play the game and you are not alienated by having only one genere of song to play.
    Frequency was one of the games that started off the music game genere second only to the Bemani games like DDR and Beatmania. Harmonics went on to create games like the sequel Amplitude and Guitar Hero I and II. In this respect, the game is very inovative for its time as it was an early game for the PS2.

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    Feb 9th, 2007 at 14:56:26     -    Frequency (PS2)

    I liked Guitar Hero II a lot especially the Freezepop songs. So when I heard that there was another game by harmonics with a song by Freezepop I just had to play it. You play as a ship that navagates through a tunnel and hits strings of notes. Once a string of notes, like in Guitar Hero, is completed, you activate the whole instrument track and switch to the next track. There are a lot of songs in this game and some of them are very difficult, but are still fun to play. I think that Frequency is a lot of fun for a few reasons. First, there is a combo system where the more notes you hit in a row the higher a score and multiplier you get. Also, if you complete every track in the tunnel, a special scratch track is activated. This is a lot of fun because you don't have to worry about hit any notes and just do your thing like a real DJ.

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