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By Nick Olsen
Co-founder, Theory of Gaming
In 1985 Nintendo started a revolution when it...
This is the kind of game i like and own and play. This is the game where you can do the free-for-all kind of thing. You ride ride the Flut-Flut booyah and you can ride the E-Grav Zoomer another booyah. What else is good is you can get eco powers like the green eco which refuels your health, Red eco which makes you stronger and blue eco which helps you run faster. This game would pretty much recieve an A because of good sound, superior gaphics, perfectly in order storyline and good voice acting. There is some good fighting moves and most of the precurser orbs are hard to get. This is an overall good game. Play it if you get a chance.