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More of your thoughts on games both great and small. (And crap.) Highlights include Metroid: Zero Mission, Sonic Advance 2, StarCraft, Crimson Skies and, um, Dragontorc.

Unprecedented! Anyway, following Monday's splurge, here's another selection of recently submitted reviews from you lot. It was difficult to think of a decent prize for a while, then I stumbled upon Kristan's box of old review code, so I reckon we can just feed off that for some time. Free games! Hurrah. And for this week's retro-obsessed winner, a copy of Midway's Defender remake for the PS2 seems ideal. Check back next week for more reader reviews. (I know, I know - what are the chances?)

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Tom worked at Eurogamer from early 2000 to late 2014, including seven years as Editor-in-Chief.


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