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game: Metal Slug 4 & 5
review | 09/16/05 | Matt James
Metal Slug 4/5 from SNK Playmore brings the classic Metal Slug 2D sidescroller to the Xbox once again, this time in a double-game combo pack. The inclusion of two games is good, because these things are quick plays. But if you've worn out the analog stick on your NGPC, then you know you're in the target audience here. For the rest of us, Matt James tells us why this is a "renter" rather than a "buyer".
news | 09/16/05 | Shawn Rider
Nintendo has finally revealed their groundbreaking controller design for the upcoming Nintendo Revolution console. And it's a... remote?!? Sure to cause widespread outbreaks of whiplash as gamers everywhere do a massive doubletake, this proves two things: First, Nintendo has the cojones of a Tanuki. Second, well, Nintendo has some real big balls. Get the scoop on what actually sounds like it could be a real revolution in gaming control (once you get past the doofiness) right here.
review | 09/14/05 | George Holomshek
Jets'n'Guns, from indy game developer Rake in Grass, is a sh'mup fan's dream come true: A wacky story provides an excuse for you to pilot your tricked out, jet-powered instrument of destruction to horde after horde of enemy hardware. Featuring a scientifically verified "buttload" of upgrades and enhancements, Jets'n'Guns can keep you hooked on its uber-chaotic shooter gameplay for a surprisingly long time. Check it out.
game: Beatdown: Fists of Vengeance
review | 09/13/05 | Laurie Taylor
Combining a little bit GTA with a little bit Def Jam Vendetta, and a whole frothy can of whoop@$$, Capcom's Beatdown: Fists of Vengeance proves that even a somewhat flawed game can pack in a lot of fun. That is, if you can make it through the load screens. Get your b'mup on with Laurie's review.
game: Big Mutha Truckers 2
review | 09/12/05 | Steffan Del Piano
UFOs. Biker gangs. Hobos. Big Rigs. Sonic the Hedgehog. Okay, maybe not Sonic but Big Mutha Truckers 2 has got lots of crazy characters. But is it worth making a (truck)stop at your local game store? Or is this one situation where you're better off to just Keep on Truckin' right along.
game: Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
news | 09/12/05 | Aaron Stanton
While some of us can't wait to get our hands on the official release of Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, others can't wait to get their hands on the map and quest maker. The PC version of the title will ship with a level editor that allows fans of the series to create their own stories and levels independent of the original storyline, just as Elder Scrolls III did. Bethesda and 2K Games have released screenshots of the upcoming editor, and the shots should be of interest to gamers with a creative streak and a desire to make worlds instead of just play in them.
podcast | 09/10/05 | Val Townsend
This week's Weekly Wrap-Up Podcast is a bit late. Why? Well, our beloved Val Townsend, the Atomic Goddess, decided to commandeer a semi-truck, fill it up with generous donations of food, water, and essential items from the fine people of Western New York, and drove it down to Jackson, Mississippi, all on behalf of her radio station, 103.3 WEDG. To top it off, after three days of marathon truck-driving, Val still managed to pull off the Podcast before Midnight tonight. All we can do is look dumb and nod our heads in agreement over how much Val totally freaking ROCKS.
game: Civilization IV
news | 09/09/05 | Chris Martin
Publisher 2K Games decided to rain on our parade today and, lucky for us, the rain is made up of screen shots from the upcoming Sid Meier game Civilization IV! Focus today is on the civics system that allow for a dynamic government.
game: Quake IV
news | 09/07/05 | Shawn Rider
We know a few things about Quake IV: The single-player mode returns and has you fighting among the soldiers fending off the oncoming Strogg onslaught. The game runs on the Doom 3 engine, and it looks amaazing. And by all accounts from this summer's QuakeCon 2005, the multiplayer kicks @$$.
news | 09/07/05 | Shawn Rider
3D Realms blew everyone away at E3 last May with the unveiling of their progress on Prey, a first-person shooter that features some amazing visuals, great physics-oriented gameplay, and a really enticing storyline. We're happy to put up these latest screens of Prey for you to feast your eyes upon. Check them out.
news | 09/07/05 | Aaron Stanton
What do you get when you cross a big-time strategy warfare game with the classic One Million Years BC(1967), starring Raquel Welch? The answer is apparently somewhere close to ParaWorld, a new RTS for PC from German publisher, Sunflowers. Get an eyefull of these screens and you'll easily understand why we're stoked to get some hot Dino action for ourselves.
game: Serious Sam II
news | 09/06/05 | Aaron Stanton
It's only about a month until Serious Sam II appears on the scene, and the screens are looking sweet. Serious Sam II is the second in a series of wacky first person shooters made famous by its complete disregard for any sense of reality. As Sam Stone, you'll face hundreds of enemies per level, fire thousands of bullets, and battle everything from stereotypical gothic chicks to evil stockbrokers. Unlike many recent FPS titles, which are dark, gloomy, and slow paced, Serious Sam II promises to keep things light and happy... well... funny, at least.
game: Halo 2
news | 09/04/05 | Shawn Rider
Bungie has made a clever t-shirt that it is selling to help out victims of Hurricane Katrina. It's cool because not only are they donating $15 for every $20 shirt sold directly and immediately to the American Red Cross, but the shirt is actually a clever Halo "flood" joke. And it's tasteful. Bravo Bungie. Click view the shirt in the Bungie store.
news | 09/04/05 | Aaron Stanton
This is a day for Revolution news. We've already mentioned this site elsewhere on GamesFirst, but in light of the upc
oming possible unveiling of the Nintendo Revolution controller in just a few days, we figured we'd point out some rather light-hearted entertainment to deal with the system. Joystiq.com has an article up
that recaps and links to a number of fan mock-ups of the Nintendo Revolution controller. Included in the list are supposed eyewitness reports that may or may not be true. They're fun to read over knowing there's a possibility that you'll know the truth by the 16th of this month, which makes the mystery a bit more bearable. It will also make the disappointment sharper if Nintendo continues keeping its mouth shut. Included in the list of suggested features for the Revolution controller are such things like hot and cold feedback regions and the ever-popular touch-pad screen. Check it out.
game: Everquest 2
news | 09/03/05 | Shawn Rider
Proving that custom commands are not only for ordering pizzas, Sony Online Entertainment has added a "/donate" command to Everquest II, and is asking its players to donate to the American Red Cross to assist victims of Hurricane Katrina. We at GamesFirst! applaud this effort and urge our readers to also support hurricane Katrina relief efforts.
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