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11/28/02 | | Matt James
Welcome the latest addition to the GF! staff, Matt James, who takes Ubi Soft's latest rally racer for a spin. Pro Rally 2002 is the first game of its type for the Gamecube, but it's definitely not a perfect title, especially if you're looking for thumb-numbing realism.


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11/24/02 | | Shawn Rider
A legendary disappointment around these parts, Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance for the Xbox packs the same gorgeous visuals and great gameplay. What's wrong with that? Nothing, except the fact that it's over almost before it's begun and the replay value is pretty much zip.


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


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.


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?


11/17/02 | | Jason Frank
The B.K.M. stands for "Butt-Kicking Mode" and anybody already into Butt-Ugly Martians will probably appreciate the reference more than we do. Butt-Ugly Martians B.K.M. Battles for the GBA is not a bad game; it just doesn't offer us anything new. Derivative, but solid, gameplay abounds.


11/17/02 | | Jason Frank
Sure, it's a game for girls designed by men and marketed by women, but the thing is, Secret Agent Barbie: The Royal Jewels Mission is not a bad game for girls... or boys. Of course, it's not great either. Interesting gameplay and some minigames lengthen this very brief action game.


11/17/02 | | Jason Frank
Oh, it looks really nice. Really, REALLY nice. But Superman: Man of Steel plays very poorly. The controls are so awkward that it's hard to find the icing on this cake. If you're a huge fan of the man in the blue tights, then you might go for the rental, but average, non-super humans will struggle with crippling frustration and woe.


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.


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.


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