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review | 09/10/02 | Aaron Stanton
Altec Lansing brings us a very affordable 5.1 system for PC, DVD, and console gaming. The 5100 Series Speakers are not just incredibly stylish looking, but pump out some high quality sound, and all for under $200. That's not bad at all. Get the scoop here.
editorial | 09/05/02 | Shawn Rider
In a horribly misguided stab at limiting gambling in public places, the Greek Government has created a ban on all videogames. That's right: Playing games on your PC, Xbox, PS2, Gamecube, Game Boy Advance (especially in public) is illegal in Greece. The first couple of internet cafe owners have been arrested already for allowing gaming in their public establishments, and things have gotten more rotten than 4:00 AM at a LAN bash over there. Click here for our coverage.
game: Atari Revival
review | 08/25/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Nostalgia gaming is a hot topic these days. We hear from gamers who insist the old-school was the best school of gaming. If you're one of these retro gaming addicts, check out Atari Revival -- it packs Combat, Missle Command and Warlords into a pretty new graphical skin but keeps the same old-school gameplay. Click here for the story.
game: Mega Man Battle Network 2
review | 08/20/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Capcom's venerable Mega Man returns for his second spin in a GBA RPG. Mega Man Battle Network 2 puts you in the shoes of LAN, an average boy who just happens to use a virtual Mega Man to keep the Net safe from evildoers. Click here.
review | 07/26/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Shantae is a sexy little half-genie. She dances in a club for money by night and fights sexy little enemies by day. She is Sequin Land's only hope for salvation from the evil (but sexy) Risky Boots' dastardly plans. It's a GBC title, with enhancements for GBA, but still worth a look. Cute and quirky, this game has a DDR-style clone built in and a monkey. What else do you want?
game: Warlords Battlecry II
review | 07/20/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Ubi Soft and SSG bring us some old-fashioned isometric perspective, but the gameplay in Warlords Battlecry II is completely modern. Incorporating some RPG elements not only increases your investment in units and characters, but adds a twist that makes this already really fun title into an addictive must-play RTS. Check it out here.
game: Le Mans 24 Hours
review | 07/03/02 | Eric Qualls
PC gamers who love racing sims should be very, very happy with Le Mans 24 Hours. Featuring a broad selection of vehicles, a nice assortment of tracks, modes and options, and an attention to detail that is refreshing, this latest simulation is a must-play. Click.
game: Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos Review (PC)
review | 07/03/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Forget Fourth of July holiday picnics and fireworks display. Give us a fast LAN, a dozen of our closest friends and family, and Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, and we'll be just fine. Blizzards latest triumph is another unqualified hit. If you can stand to wait another minute before you run out and buy it, click here for the review.
preview | 07/01/02 | Aaron Stanton
Ubi Soft and Wolf Pack Studios have teamed up on a seriously ambitious MMORPG. Shadowbane promises to put players in control of a world and have that world stay interesting and dynamic. Impossible? Maybe. But playing characters with wings is pretty dang sweet. Click here for a thorough rundown.
game: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: The Final Cut
review | 06/28/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
What would Alfred Hitchcock think of Alfred Hitchcock Presents: The Final Cut? We're not sure, but our man Paul takes his best shot at figuring it out. If you loved Myst, if you pine for another 7th Guest, and if you're a Hitchcock fan, then you might really dig this game. Otherwise, go rent Rear Window and call it good. Click here.
game: Dark Planet: Battle for Natrolis
review | 06/28/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
It's one of the oldest stories we know: Multiple groups of settlers fight amongst themselves to control a newly discovered world, empty except for the natives. Nope, this isn't a pre-July 4 history lesson, it's the plot of Dark Planet: Battle for Natrolis. This bargain-priced strategy game brings some interesting features to the table, but overall it ends up falling a bit flat. Click here for more.
game: Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix
review | 06/28/02 | Rick Fehrenbacher
Activision follows up their cult hit with a sequel that mostly gives the fans more of the same. Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix features nicer graphics and a more robust GHOUL system (which allows you to take out your enemies piece by piece), but the gameplay remains oriented around shooting, shooting, and shooting more. Click.
game: Breath of Fire II
review | 06/23/02 | Matt Baldwin
Capcom brings us another phenomenal RPG for the GBA, and thank goodness. Breath of Fire II is a worthy successor to the franchise. While next-gen RPGs are few and far between, this old-school SNES port packs some classic gameplay in a tidy, pretty, and portable package. Click here.
game: Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb
preview | 06/23/02 | Jason Frank
It seems like everyone these days wants to get out the old Indy and dust him off. Spielberg has Harrison Ford all lined up for another flick, not due until 2005, and LucasArts returns to the franchise with Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb. So far it's looking great, and games might be the perfect vehicle to keep Indy alive and whippin'. Click.
preview | 06/23/02 | Aaron Stanton
Distributed processing and an infinitely expandable world are just two of the technical feats pulled off by small Israeli developer, Majorem, and put to use in Ballerium, a truly massive multiplayer RTS title. Although it's still early in development, our resident MMP expert, Aaron, checked it out. Click here for more.
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