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game: Asheron's Call 2: Fallen Kings
review | 12/20/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Microsoft Games and Turbine have created a thoroughly worthy sequel to their original MMORPG. Asheron's Call 2: Fallen Kings is beautiful and amazing to play. It is a sign of what is to come in the realm of massively multiplayer online role playing. Click here for more.
game: US Special Forces: Team Factor
review | 12/16/02 | Eric Qualls
Xicat Interactive brings us another military-based tactical first person shooter, and it feels a lot like Counterstrike except bad. US Special Forces: Team Factor has pitiful graphics and terrible sound. The single player mode is pretty cruddy, and the multiplayer is hindered by the fact that nobody wants to play it. Click.
preview | 12/16/02 | Eric Qualls
Polish developer, Ganymede Technologies, brings us a game that feels like a combination of many other games. Armobiles combines elements of Twisted Metal, San Francisco Rush, and even Re-Volt to create a game that feels surprisingly fresh and is really fun to play. Click here for the complete preview.
game: Resident Evil Zero
review | 12/16/02 | Aaron Stanton
Those neck-chompin', boot-scootin', moanin' and scrapin' zombies are back. Actually, since Resident Evil Zero takes place before the first Resident Evil, those zombies just haven't been cleaned out yet. Slick graphics and a brand new two-character simultaneous play mode set Zero apart from its predecessors.
game: Roller Coaster Tycoon 2
review | 12/16/02 | Aaron Stanton
One of the most popular games of all time, believe it or not, is Roller Coaster Tycoon. Weird, huh? It seems that way until you've gotten sucked into an all-night park-building marathon. Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 has come out, and Infogrames has wisely chosen to not change much. See what all the hype is about. Click here for the review.
review | 12/16/02 | Shawn Rider
See that thing at right? That's the new D-Link DWL 810 Ethernet to Wireless Bridge, and that's the thing you can use to hook your Xbox, PS2, or Gamecube into a wireless broadband network for online gameplay. Pretty sweet, huh? But you have a wired network at home, right? No worries -- pick up the D-Link DWL-900AP+ Wireless Access Point to turn your home network into WiFi paradise. Click here for the DWL 810. Here for the 900AP+.
game: Dino Stalker
review | 12/10/02 | Monica Hafer
Capcom brings us a combination of FPS and on-rails shooter in Dino Stalker. In order to save the future, you must destroy the past, or some such nonsense. The plot isn't important -- killing dinosaurs is. Fans of the shooter might want to take a closer look. Click here.
game: MS Combat Flight Simulator 3
review | 12/10/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Our guy in the sky, Thomas, returns to give us the lowdown on the latest installment of Microsoft's venerable WWII flight sim franchise. Combat Flight Simulator 3 packs in a load of new planes, a new dynamic mission system, and some improved ground-level graphics. It's not revolutionary, but it is a very solid update to a well loved series. Click here for more.
game: Capcom vs. SNK 2 EO
review | 11/28/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
It may sound transgressive and spooky right about now to play a game called Sniper: Path of Vengeance, but let us assure you that this game will not train up the next crop of rampaging lunatics, mainly because it is so bad. Consider this review fair warning: If you grab this bad boy out of the bargain bin, then we can no longer help you.
game: Batman: Vengeance
review | 11/24/02 | Eric Qualls
Ubi Soft has also picked up a Batman license, and they have brought Batman: Vengeance to the PC. Based on the animated series, this game does pretty well keeping with the established visual, but clunky gameplay and a bad camera system cause some bat-problems. Get the lowdown on this game
game: Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Island Thunder
review | 11/24/02 | Eric Qualls
om Clancy is one of the season's hot properties, and Island Thunder, the expansion pack for his firmly instantiated Ghost Recon, is another release that doesn't disappoint. Ubi Soft has done right by the "Clancyverse", adding a whole new story and eight new missions to an already successful game.
game: Super Ghouls n' Ghosts
review | 11/17/02 | Matt Baldwin
Our old-school sidescrolling addict, Matt, checks out Capcom's latest revival -- Super Ghouls n' Ghosts recreates the Super NES experience on the Game Boy Advance. For classic, and incredibly difficult, arcade action, you might want to check this one out. After Maximo, how can you resist?
game: Logitech MX Series Mice
review | 11/17/02 | Shawn Rider
Logitech's latest lineup of mice is pretty dang phenomenal. The MX series, featuring the MX 300, MX 500, and MX 700, incorporates Logitech's next generation optical technology, meaning that these are the most accurate and reliable mice out there. Lots of custom features, PC to Mac compatibility, and easy installation add up to a hit.
game: No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy in HARM's Way
review | 11/17/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Sierra and Vivendi Universal bring us a the followup to the hit spy shooter of 2000, No One Lives Forever. No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy in HARM's Way brings the same great story, thrilling gameplay, and high quality sound and visuals to the PC in a whole new adventure featuring the lovely Cate Archer.
game: Interview: Davor Tomicic, Game and Level Designer for Croteam
interview | 11/13/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
he Xbox version of Serious Sam released yesterday, and man does it look sweet. A cult classic on the PC, Serious Sam is sure to find an audience on the Xbox, especially with sweet new extras and graphics. We got a hold of two interviews regarding the game: David Nottingham is a producer for Gotham Games and very excited about Serious Sam. Davor Tomicic is a game and level designer for Croteam and proves that those Croatians are wacky. Read on!
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