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The Game Room

Price when rated: $40

Pros

  • Better graphics than Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
  • Improved game play

Cons

  • Inconvenient Save feature
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Price when rated: $30

Pros

  • Supports game pads
  • Better than contracting a computer virus

Cons

  • Derivative game play
  • Lousy optimization
  • Lame installer
  • Insultingly adolescent content
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Price when rated: Free

Pros

  • Small download
  • Simplistic fun
  • Free

Cons

  • Simplicity leads to repetition after a while
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Price when rated: $20

Pros

  • Excellent graphics
  • Integrated game finder and ranking system
  • Simple controls

Cons

  • Other online gamers can be hard to come by
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Price when rated: $50

Pros

  • Beautiful graphics
  • Careful attention to detail
  • Varied game modes
  • Extensive customizability

Cons

  • Requires CD-ROM insertion
  • No native wide-screen support
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