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game: Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel
preview | 05/24/03 | Aaron Stanton
Among PC gamers, the Fallout series is viewed as one of the greatest, and with good reason. Interplay now hopes to bring the trademark humor and attractive gameplay of Fallout to the console with Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel. Build on the BG:DA engine, the gameplay has been overhauled for the consoles. Click here for more.
game: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
preview | 05/24/03 | Jeremy Kauffman
After Jedi Outcast, both PC and console gamers are drooling over the latest installment of the Jedi Knight series. Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy opens up a whole new world of interactive Jedi goodness. One of our many resident Star Wars nuts, Jeremy, has brought back all the dirt on this stellar sequel. Click here for the preview.
preview | 05/22/03 | Aaron Stanton
One thing we love about this job is spotting new games from small, unknown companies, that are going to make big, big waves. Say hello to iGames, the publisher, S2, the developer, and Savage: The Battle for Newerth, the RTSFPS that will have you and 63 of your closest friends staying up all night long. This game is innovative, beautiful, and, most importantly, loads of fun. Check it out here.
game: World of Warcraft
preview | 05/19/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Blizzard made a great showing at E3 this year. World of Warcraft is looking amazing, and that brand new secret playable race has made everyone lose their minds. I'd like to tell you all about how beautiful this game is and how much fun it will be to play, but I'll leave that to Todd in his thorough preview. Click here for the scoop.
game: URU: Ages Beyond Myst
preview | 05/14/03 | Monica Hafer
Legendary developer, Cyan, is back at the helm of a new Myst title that breaks all the rules. URU: Ages Beyond Myst promises a real-time rendered 3D world for players to inhabit. And while the single-player experience remains intact, this time around Myst junkies can collaborate online in a persistent world.
game: Warcraft III: Frozen Throne
preview | 05/14/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Blizzard's latest bomb is about to drop. Warcraft III: Frozen Throne is the expansion pack everyone has been waiting for. The discs have gone gold and are in production, so while you're waiting for that pre-order delivery, check out this preview from our resident WC3 addict, Todd.
game: Rise of Nations
review | 05/14/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Microsoft and Big Huge Games have released Rise of Nations, which lives up to all the hype. A blend of games like Age of Empires and Civilization, this title relies on solid execution and proven gaming concepts to deliver a very enjoyable experience.
game: Miracle Magnifier
preview | 05/05/03 | Shawn Rider
The folks over at Bassemada have sent us an early version of their latest product, the Miracle Magnifier. This is basically a giant magnifying glass for your monitor (or television, book, newspaper, whatever) that provides a great solution for low-vision computer users as well as a tripped-out alternative for hardcore gamers. Click here.
game: Auto Modellista
review | 04/20/03 | Eric Qualls
Capcom's radical visual take on auto racing has generated a lot of buzz for Auto Modellista. There is no doubt the game looks stunning, but what's under the hood? It turns out some 60 licensed vehicles, online multiplayer, and even a funky VJ mode for all you hipsters out there. Check out the complete review right here.
game: Clock Tower 3
review | 04/19/03 | Eric Qualls
The survival horror genre has been a bit quiet lately, but our old buddies at Capcom hope to remedy that situation promptly. Clock Tower 3 places you in the role of a little girl who must help restless souls find peace and fight off six maniacal serial killers all by herself with only a bow and arrows. How much scarier does it get? Click here.
game: Everquest Online Adventures
review | 04/02/03 | Matt James
SCEA ha brought their venerable PC hit to the PlayStation 2, and Everquest Online Adventures is a sight to behold. Sporting some improved visuals plus the same addictive gameplay and persistent world, EOA finally introduces console gamers to the joys of showerless weeks spent adventuring with strangers. Ah, life... Click here for the review.
game: Trainz: Ultimate Collection
review | 04/02/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Australian developer, Auran, and popular sim/strategy publisher, Strategy First, have teamed up to put out Trainz: Ultimate Collection. Don't let that "z" fool you -- the only extreme aspect of this game is the insane depth, complexity, and attention to detail present in this ultimate train simulator. Railroad fans get thee to the videogame store. Click here for the whole story.
game: Capcom vs. SNK 2 EO
review | 04/02/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Xbox fans arguably get the best version of Capcom vs. SNK 2 EO. Not only does the old-school Xbox controller XXL sport the best button setup for fighting games of all the default system controllers, but this version of the game supports online multiplayer. Thing you can hang with the elite Japanese fighters? We doubt it. Click here for more.
review | 03/20/03 | Aaron Stanton
Microsoft's latest space epic is called Freelancer, and it's a ton of fun. Featuring a gigantic universe for you to explore, this game puts you in the role of a freelance trader and mercenary. Flying through the stars blowing stuff up has rarely been this much fun. Plus, it looks real pretty. Click here for the whole rundown.
game: Iritor Online
interview | 03/10/03 | Aaron Stanton
Wootsoft has a new idea: How about a massively multiplayer online RPG that combines various action elements and, most importantly, looks really, really pretty? Iritor Online promises to deliver stunning visuals and compelling gameplay. To find out more, our man Aaron spoke to Roman Kremlicka, VP of Wootsoft. Click for interview.
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