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The Suffering
game: The Suffering
preview | 05/26/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Midway is getting all creepy on us, and not in a cuddly Dr. Muto way. The Suffering is a dark, dark, dark horror adventure game set in a maximum security prison. Definitely for adults, and scary enough to hook our man Matt in the midst of the E3 show floor, this is one game for grownups who have deadbolts on the doors. Click here.
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Ricardo Miranda Zuniga Interview
interview | 05/05/03 | Shawn Rider
Ricardo Miranda Zu?iga is a digital artist whose latest work, Vagamundo: A Migrant\'s Tale, has been stirring up interest and praise across the board. Vagamundo is a side-scrolling game mounted in an ice cream cart that Zu?iga wheels around for people to play for free. And you can also play it on the Web. We are glad to present this interview with Zu?iga in which he discusses his inspirations, goals, and work. Click here for the whole interview.
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Clock Tower 3 Review
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.
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Interview: Bill Wohnoutka, Director of Commercial Development for Level 3
interview | 04/09/03 | Shawn Rider
Level 3 is one of those companies you don\'t hear about very often. They supply the equipment and technologies that make our online games go, and they\'ve had a hand in some of the most successful online gaming endeavors of the past several years. We got a chance to sit down with Bill Wohnoutka to help us figure out just what these folks do and why we care. Click here for the whole story behind the scenes.
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Guilty Gear X2 Review (PS2)
game: Guilty Gear X2
review | 02/16/03 | Eric Qualls
Sega\'s venerable Phantasy Star series has found a home on a lot of consoles lately, but fans haven\'t forgotten the glory days of old school RPG enjoyment. Phantasy Star Collection packs more than a hundred hours of classic RPG gameplay on a GBA cart, which ain\'t bad at all. Click here.
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Phantasy Star Collection Review
game: Phantasy Star Collection
review | 02/16/03 | Matt Baldwin
Sega\'s venerable Phantasy Star series has found a home on a lot of consoles lately, but fans haven\'t forgotten the glory days of old school RPG enjoyment. Phantasy Star Collection packs more than a hundred hours of classic RPG gameplay on a GBA cart, which ain\'t bad at all. Click here.
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Ripping Friends Review
game: Ripping Friends
review | 12/22/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
John K\'s latest abomination is Ripping Friends, showing on Cartoon Network\'s Adult Swim. It\'s not a good cartoon: The titular friends are just grotesque Tick wannabes and it all feels like the boring parts of Ren and Stimpy rehashed. But that\'s a lot better than the game... Click here.
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Beam Breakers Review
game: Beam Breakers
review | 12/22/02 | Eric Qualls
So what could be more fun than running around jacking cars in a crowded modern city? How about jacking hovercars in a futuristic city? Beam Breakers features amazing graphics and brings the Driver and GTA style of gameplay into the future. Click here for more.
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David Beckham Soccer Review (GBA)
game: David Beckham Soccer
review | 12/16/02 | Jason Frank
David Beckham is one of the biggest stars in the soccer world. That means that his game franchise, David Beckham Soccer, should be really great. Unfortunately, it isn\'t. Most of our American readers won\'t care either way, but simplistic controls will frustrate our more worldly gaming audience. Click!
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Xbox LIVE Goes Live
Articles Archive | 11/22/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
The time has come, online console gamers, to prove your mettle not only to the friends on your block, but also to the whole world. Are you ready? Well, we're not. In our first week of Xbox LIVE, we've taken some horrible beatings, but we've also learned that it isn't all about scores and stats “ it's about having a great time playing great games, and it's about ganging up on the guy using the cartoon voice mask.
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Interview: Dana Bruno of BrunoReport.net
game: Interview: Dana Bruno of BrunoReport.net
interview | 11/12/02 | Shawn Rider
Dana Bruno has had an illustrious career as an independent journalist working for the indy online news site, Newsdogs.com. She has been running her own site, BrunoReport.net, for awhile now and has recently become involved with the high-profile Search 4 E case. We were fortunate to have a chance to ask Bruno some questions about her history and her current investigation.
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Terminator: Dawn of Fate Review
game: Terminator: Dawn of Fate
review | 11/01/02 | Jeremy Kauffman
Who cares what Arnie is doing these days, especially when you get to play your own action hero in Terminator: Dawn of Fate. The upside is that this title is really fun to look at -- great gameplay graphics and well-done cutscenes. The downside is that this title is really painful to play. Click here.
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Robot Alchemic Drive Preview
game: Robot Alchemic Drive
preview | 10/20/02 | Jeremy Kauffman
Enix brings us another big robot game, and in a season full of big robot games, Robot Alchemic Drive sets itself apart from the pack. Using an intriguing point of view that has you controlling robots like RC cars, it\'s dang fun. Killer graphics and lots of big robot mayhem round out the innovative gameplay. Click here.
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Superman: Shadow of Apokolips Review
game: Superman: Shadow of Apokolips
review | 10/20/02 | Eric Qualls
Infogrames and Atari bring us a new Superman game, and this one goes a long way toward redeeming the steely one\'s reputation. Superman: Shadow of Apokolips manages to look almost just like the popular cartoon series, and the game itself is not bad. Click here for more.
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Lost Kingdoms Review (GC)
game: Lost Kingdoms
review | 07/26/02 | Matt Baldwin
The Gamecube has been devoid of RPGs, and that makes many gamers sad. Fortunately, Activision has stepped in with Lost Kingdoms, a strange little RPG that uses a collectible card game battle system. Sound strange? It is. But it\'s kind of fun, too. Click here for more.
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