[Guides] Okamiden

You'll have an easier time making your way through this ambitious handheld adventure with a little help from my guide.

[Guides] Nancy Drew: Ransom of the Seven Ships

A puzzling adventure game for girls and armchair sleuths was the perfect subject for another guide from yours truly.

[Guides] Monster Hunter Tri

This particular guide has since been reworked to provide assistance with Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate.

Mario Sports Mix

Generally, you can count on a pretty good experience when Mario turns his attention toward sporting events. Mario Golf and Mario Tennis are still some of the most fun you can have with a sports video game, especially if you like the associated mascots, and even simple mini-games that appear in Mario Party and the like tend to offer a lot of fun. You'd think that a collection of several popular sports starring Mario and friends would be a slam dunk.Read my Mario Sports Mix review at HonestGamers, though, and you'll learn that things didn't go as well as they should have. The mostly competent mini-games around which the package is built turn dull far too quickly, and there are other issues too.

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LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues

I tend to have a lot of fun with nearly any of the various LEGO titles that Traveler's Tales have produced over the years, because at this point the studio knows how to put together the sort of experience that at the very least will be competent.

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LEGO Harry Potter Years 1-4

Shortly after I got married, word started circulating about a new series of books for children that were tearing up the charts. At first, I didn't pay much heed to the name "Harry Potter," but the craze went on for a few months and finally I could ignore it no longer. When I saw the first book in the series available in paperback at the college bookstore, I picked it up and started reading.

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Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light

Before Tomb Raider's reboot came along and made Lara Croft awesome again in the mind of the general populace, Crystal Dynamics tried its hand with a small-scale downloadable title that was a promise of good things to come.

In my Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light review over at HonestGamers, I explain just how the game's various elements came together to form a don't-miss-it sort of experience.

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