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The Game Room

Price when rated: $50

Pros

  • Tons of action
  • Unique skill-development system for characters
  • Continuous graphics engine keeps you playing rather than watching the time

Cons

  • Hacking and slashing get repetitious
  • No wide-screen support
  • No cross-platform multiplayer support
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Price when rated: $20

Pros

  • Simple mechanics take only moments to learn
  • Multiplayer mode keeps up the challenge

Cons

  • Sparse sound effects and no music
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Price when rated: $10

Pros

  • Small file size
  • Modern-art style

Cons

  • Unoriginal, spartan sound effects
  • Poky performance
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Price when rated: $20

Pros

  • Great production quality
  • Nice music and sound effects
  • Lovely graphics

Cons

  • High Roller's Time Attack mode is too hard
  • Entirely unoriginal
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Price when rated: Free

Pros

  • Fast-paced action
  • Pulse-pounding sound effects and soundtrack

Cons

  • No Mac documentation or technical support to speak of
  • Spare, minimalist design may put some players off
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