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Project: Snowblind
game: Project: Snowblind
preview | 01/19/05 | Chris Martin
Deus Ex was one of the great intellectual shooters. It allowed a level of freedom in gameplay that has never been matched in the FPS genre, even by its own sequels. But where, oh where has Deus Ex gone? Well in this case, it started over. Project: Snowblind, once built to be Deus Ex: Clan Wars, launches into a new world that offers that same style freedom of choice with a directed story that keeps you from being lost or bored. Take a look at this upcoming release, packed full of enemies, explosions, and intrigue.
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Ubisoft Focus: Tork: Prehistoric Punk
game: Ubisoft Focus: Tork: Prehistoric Punk
preview | 12/31/04 | Chris Martin
Lots of people claim to have developer loyalty, but developers aren't the only ones that make the dream of a game come true. While their work might make a game good, it's publishers that get a game sold. If Ubisoft hadn't taken a chance on a few unique design concepts, games like Prince of Persia and the brilliant Beyond Good and Evil wouldn't have ever made it out of the developer's door. In the first of our Publisher Focus series, we're taking a look at what games Ubisoft has planned for us, starting with Tork: Prehistoric Punk. Make sure you read about this January release.
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2D Reciprocity: Games that should be continued in 2D
Articles Archive | 12/06/04 | Chris Martin
There's nothing like the first solid snowfall of December to bring back memories of the good ˜ol yesteryears. A lot has changed since the days of the Super NES and classic 2D games. With the recent release of the first next generation handheld, the DS, what you might have found under your Christmas tree in the 1990s is looking worse and worse even when compared to today's portable systems, not counting the home consoles. Is that good? Click here to let Chris tell you what there is to miss about the days of yore.
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Shadow Hearts: Covenant
game: Shadow Hearts: Covenant
review | 11/09/04 | Eric Qualls
With no major SquareEnix releases this holiday season for PS2, RPG gamers are free to open their arms and embrace the rest of the genre. Midway's Shadow Hearts: Covenant fills the void between Final Fantasies quite nicely and might make you forget all about spikey haired heroes or heroines in short shorts. Read all about it here.
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Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow
game: Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow
review | 09/17/04 | Aaron Stanton
There are few publishers that can claim to equal Ubisoft in terms of supporting their Xbox games on LIVE. Between downloadable content and semi-sequel game releases for the fans that can't get enough, Ubisoft has provided a string of extra content for pretty much every Clancy game they've released. Now, there's Black Arrow, basically the old Rainbow Six 3 with new maps, split screen, and some tweaked gameplay. But is it good? Not as good as you would hope. Read about it here.
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City of Heroes
game: City of Heroes
review | 08/25/04 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
There's nothing quite like a little super hero gaming to go with a summer that contained the release of one of the best super hero franchises to hit Hollywood. After seeing Spiderman 2, try your hand at creating your own super hero in City of Heroes. If you haven't played this little gem yet, it's time to stop dragging your feet and jump onboard with the rest of us super-cool do-gooders.
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Doom 3
game: Doom 3
review | 08/11/04 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
An entire generation of games was launched the day that iD released the first shareware versions of Doom back in 1994. Quake, Unreal, Half-Life; they all owe something to the game that started it all (ignoring Wolfenstein 3D, of course). Now, Doom 3 is on the shelves, and maybe the tables have turned. Let Tristan tell you about old games and new graphics. Read our review.
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La Pucelle Tactics
game: La Pucelle Tactics
review | 07/19/04 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
La Pucelle Tactics is the latest US release from Japanese developer Nippon Ichi. After last year's Disgaea won critical acclaim and was immediately embraced by hardcore gamers nationwide, the demand for another game from Nippon Ichi skyrocketed. Click here to see if this release is all that you hoped it would be.
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Mega Man Battle Chip Challange
game: Mega Man Battle Chip Challange
review | 05/01/04 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
With the popularity of collectible card games now days, is it hard to believe that the little man in blue might want in on the action? Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge heads full on into the genre, but is this new release worth your time? Don't hesitate to find out here.
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Transformers
game: Transformers
preview | 05/01/04 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
For those of you like me who used to watch the old series on TV, Transformers the game is just days away from its scheduled release. Pull up a chair, sit down with Eric, and take a look at what the man has to say in this hands-on preview.
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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
game: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
review | 04/21/04 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Years after amazing worldwide moviegoers, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon is adapted for the interactive environment. So I know what you're thinking; it's another huge movie that is now also a videogame and we all know that means it's going to suck. But wait! This is a foreign language film not a Hollywood blockbuster, and the movie had cool kung-fu videogames can make cool kung-fu too! And they can't possibly have rushed it to time the release with the movie, the DVD release, or even the two year anniversary. Maybe there is hope after all... nope. Never mind. It sucks. Click here to find out why it disappoints so profoundly.
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DDRMAX2
game: DDRMAX2
review | 11/01/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
All across Asia“arcades in Hong Kong, Taipei, Tokyo, gamers young and old, male and female line up to show their stuff on Dance Dance revolution's various incarnations. Now you can join in on the craze from the comfort of your own livingroom. Konami's DDRMAX 2, the latest release in the Dance Dance Revolution game, is now in US stores and, best of all, it comes bundled with the dance pad. So whether you're looking to go pro, just have a little fun, or shed a few pounds, this one shouldn't be missed. So what are you waiting for? Click here and bust a move.
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Midnight Club 2 Review
game: Midnight Club 2
review | 09/26/03 | Eric Qualls
Rockstar has busted it out on all platforms, and Midnight Club 2 is satisfying gamers all over the world now. After stellar console releases, the PC version of the game is just as good, if not even prettier on high end systems. Anyone who enjoys racing needs to check this out.
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Midnight Club 2
game: Midnight Club 2
review | 08/26/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Rockstar has busted it out on all platforms, and Midnight Club 2 is satisfying gamers all over the world now. After stellar console releases, the PC version of the game is just as good, if not even prettier on high end systems. Anyone who enjoys racing needs to check this out. Click here for the review.
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Resident Evil Dead Aim Review
game: Resident Evil Dead Aim
review | 07/20/03 | Eric Qualls
Capcom\'s Gun Survivor series gets a shot in the arm with the latest release, Resident Evil: Dead Aim. The blend of on-rails shooter and third-person action works well and exposes new possibilities for the series. Plus, it\'s enjoyable with a mouse and controller setup, making it playable even without a light gun
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