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The Game Room

Price when rated: $20

Pros

  • Lots of stuff to keep young players busy
  • Fun and varied activities

Cons

  • No girl characters
  • Similar to Pirate Raider
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Price when rated: $50

Pros

  • Adds a neat twist to a proven genre
  • Map editor extends play

Cons

  • No cross-platform multiplayer support
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Price when rated: $20

Pros

  • Beautiful graphics and great music
  • Tried-and-true shmup game play

Cons

  • Making it through the game can be extremely difficult
  • Networked game play works well only over a LAN
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Price when rated: $20

Pros

  • Game variations keep play challenging
  • Great production quality

Cons

  • Slim choice of games
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Price when rated: $30

Pros

  • Beautiful graphics
  • Easy-to-grasp fundamentals

Cons

  • May seem repetitive to Tony Hawk players
  • Requires a game controller for optimal performance
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Price when rated: $50

Pros

  • Great music and effects
  • Unique design

Cons

  • Some levels are too difficult
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