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Which company will have a better E3?

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 Written by Kris Rosado  on May 05, 2008

News: At least we received two games.



For every one good week, we have to suffer through a handful of bad weeks. At least this week isn't that terrible. Pokemon Puzzle League is actually not that bad, if you like Planet Puzzle League and enjoy Pokemon (you know you do), then this is good buy.


Pok?mon Puzzle League (Nintendo 64?, 1-2 players, Rated E for Everyone, 1,000 Wii Points): Get ready for a new kind of Pok?mon battle where the power and speed of your brain are just as important as the strength of your Pok?mon. Join Ash, Brock, Misty and many more characters from the Pok?mon animated series as they gather in Puzzle Village to compete for the title of Pok?mon Puzzle Master. Just match three or more blocks of the same color in any direction. Sounds simple, right? But the actual game play is surprisingly addictive and deep (chains and combos anyone?), especially when you're facing off against a human opponent. Choose from six different modes offering a wide range of action, from story or puzzle modes to continuous play or timed play. If that's not enough, take on the challenge in 3-D and get ready for more blocks than ever before. Featuring animated cut scenes combined with bright, fun graphics, there's enough to satisfy any fan of Pok?mon or puzzle games.


Renegade? (NES?, 1-2 players, Rated E10+ for Everyone 10 and Older ? Mild Violence, 500 Wii Points): Renegade follows the story of a vigilante who fights his way through countless gangs in order to bring peace back to his city. Battle your way through subways, parks, alleyways and parking lots. For added fun, there's a wild motorcycle ride to challenge you. Use your arsenal of kicks, punches (including the infamous sit-on punch) and jump kicks, as well as a variety of throws to knock your opponents into submission. Along the way, pick up items like a hamburger that restores your life, a heart that increases your lives by one, a power-up to increase your attack strength, and a speed item that gives you a speed burst while on your motorcycle. You'll need all the help you can get to take out your aggression on street punks, thugs, outlaw bikers, killer kung-fu females and an array of bosses standing in your way. Take the law into your own hands to defeat countless scumbags and take your city back like the renegade you are.



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