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WWF WrestleMania 2000
10-15-14 11:59 PM
WWF Wrestlemania 2000: A Fight To The Top
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Vizzed Community,



This will be my second game review that I will write
about. Based on my previous feedback, comments, and suggestions from others who
have reviewed on my first game review on Mario Party 2, I figured that I will
try my best to improve on my reviews each time.



This time, this game review will be focused on the count
of three, 1…..2…..3!



AND HERE IS YOUR WINNER, NINTENDO 64’S VERY OWN, WWF
WRESTLEMANIA 2000!



For those of you who didn’t know, The WWF (World Wrestling
Federation) was a pro wrestling company that was found and under ownership by
Vincent Kennedy McMahon created in the 1980s. The 1980s was known to be the
Golden Age era due its first years and creation of the WWF. Fast forward to the
late 1990s, The WWF was in its year known as the Attitude Era (supposed to be
an edgy version of pro wrestling in WWF’s creation) against WCW (World Champion
Wrestling), who was also known as a popular pro wrestling company that was
found on October 1988 by Eric Bischoff, for the highest amount of TV viewers
and fans, the highest ratings, the highest selling business, and most
importantly, for the most amount of money on their Monday Night Wars. That
explains why there were also WCW video games such as WCW Mayhem and WCW Nitro
and WWF video games such as this game, WWF Wrestlemania 2000 and WWF Attitude
selling around during this time. Eventually the WWF brought the WCW in
2001.       



As some people would know or not know, the WWF was known
to stand for World Wrestling Federation and they didn’t change their name
officially until in 2002 to World Wrestling Entertainment or WWE for short. The
name change was due to copyrights by World Wide Fund for Na... Read the rest of this Review
Mario Party 2
10-08-14 11:29 PM
Mario Party 2: A Test of True Friendship Part 2!
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Vizzed Community,

This will be my first game review so
hopefully the readers of this review will be able to cooperate with me and to
leave any suggestions or comments in order for me to improve on my future game
reviews. 

My first game review will be focused on Mario Party 2:



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*For those of you who have not played any game from the
Mario Party series, the Mario Party game series is basically a virtual board
game in a video game except it is more interactive and more fun especially with
friends. The goal is to win as many stars as you end by the end of the game.
Why play a boring game of plain old Monopoly that can go on for 8 hours when
you can play a Mario Party game that can last for a half an hour, an hour, or
much more with all of the fun, whackiness, rage, and laughter that it has to
offer? The Mario Party game series has been known to be the series to put
friendships to the test. Use a chance to test out your friendships; you either
gain some friendships or you lose them after a game or two. Trust me, I still
haven’t forgiven my friends for robbing some of my stars and coins in the past. 

Mario Party 2 is known to be the sequel or second game of
the original Mario Party from the Nintendo 64. In general, sequels don’t
normally match up to the original games but does Mario Party 2 have what it
takes to out shine the original?



Now before I talk about my review on Mario Party 2, let’s
start with comparing and contrasting the first Mario Party and the sequel Mario
Party 2. There have been some good changes and bad changes when jumping between
these two games. 

Differences:


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ghostfishy's Game History
Fire Emblem (gba),   Fire Emblem (gba),   Super Mario Bros 3 (nes),   Pokemon Fire Red Omega (gba),   Pokemon Fire Red Omega (gba),   Pokemon Fire Red Omega (gba),   Pokemon Red 151 (gb),   Pokemon Red 151 (gb),   Pokemon Red 151 (gb),   Pokemon Red 151 (gb),   Pokemon Red 151 (gb),   Pokemon Red 151 (gb),   Pokemon Red 151 (gb),   Pokemon Gold - Emu Edition (gbc),   Pokemon Crystal - Emu Edition (gbc),   Pokemon Crystal - Emu Edition (gbc),   Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle (gen),   Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle (gen),   Super Mario Bros (nes),   Mario Kart 64 (n64),   Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle (gen),   Streets of Rage 2 (gen),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle (gen),   Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle (gen),   Street Fighter Alpha 2 (snes),   Mario Party 2 (n64),   Final Fantasy VI Advance (gba),   Pokemon Fire Red Omega (gba),   Pokemon Fire Red Omega (gba),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Pokemon Stadium (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Super Mario Star Road Deluxe (n64),   Pokemon Yellow (gbc),  
 
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