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07/25/02 | | Eric Qualls
Following the summer blockbuster, Men in Black II: Alien Escape succeeds in creating a fairly entertaining, if a bit mindless and way short, interactive MIB adventure. Control agents J and K as they make the planet a bit safer for gamers like us. Click here.



07/25/02 | | Jeremy Kauffman
Sick and tired of racing games that take place on closed tracks and in crowded urban areas? Majesco might have your antidote with their latest rally racer, GTC Africa. Sporting some innovative gameplay ideas and some of the best course design we've seen in a long time, gearheads should find something new here. Click for the 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.


07/20/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
game: Moto GP
THQ and their developer, Climax, have done a bang-up job on their latest motorcycle racing sim. Benefitting from some RPG elements and a huge array of bikes and riders to choose from, Moto GP looks to become the Gran Turismo of motorcycle racing. It's a lot of fun, and really, really pretty to look at. Click here.


07/18/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Va, va, vroom, Test Drive is a pretty package. Lots of multiplayer modes and tons of cars to drive give it some quality bang for your buck. Take some spins around the track, admire the tight controls, and get your fender ripped off by a two foot tall fern. It's got issues. Get the whole story -- click here.


07/13/02 | | Monica Hafer
She's not yet a woman and not just a girl anymore -- now she's a digital character on your PS2 (and we can only hope THQ will have a sense of humor and make her a playable character in one of the WWE titles). Brittney's Dance Beat is awesome if you are in the right target audience, and you already know if you are. If you dig dance games, or really love dancing gams, click here.


07/03/02 | | Eric Qualls
game: Shifters
3DO does it again. Shifters is a bad game, plagued with bad graphics, bad controls, glitchy play, and no real inspiration. The concept of a shapeshifting, "cast & slash" fantasy action game could have been pretty cool. But this isn't the game. Click here for more.


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.


07/03/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Sierra brings its classic FPS franchise to the PS2, and all we can say is that Cate deserved better. No One Lives Forever is a disappointing console port, right along the lines of Half Life for the PS2. You can't beat the story and some of the gameplay in NOLF, but it is severely flawed. Click here.


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.


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