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Systemic reviews are all about choices. Remember when you had none? Now that I have a range of consoles, when I play a game I want it to fit the system it's on and make the most out of that.

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Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters plays the system card well with Trophies and Achievements that turn a derivative brawler into something with legs -- for the systemically addicted at least... read now

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Face Raiders is knit into the fabric of the 3DS for good reason. It's a compact package that introduces all the key features of Nintendo's 3D handheld... read now

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Steel Diver 3DS is a hotchpotch of submarine gaming. Although flashes of compulsion occasionally drove me to play it, ultimately is doesn't fit the system... read now

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Leapfrog's LeapPad offers a bullet proof alternative to the iPad, but struggles to match Apple's allure -- even for four year olds... read now

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Batman: Arkham Asylum was shockingly different on PlayStation 3. I'd played it for hours on the 360 but even my keen eye for system specifics I hadn't seen this one coming... read now

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Elite Beat Agents is a system lover's dream. A perfect match for the DS's input and form factor. This is how I want to play a portable game... read now

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Flower may seem like an odd-ball on the PlayStation 3, but actually it's as true to Sony's PS3 system as Wipeout was on the PS1... read now

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