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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 - Davor Tomicic, Game and Level Designer for Croteam
Articles Archive | 11/13/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
The Serious Sam Franchise has been one of the most popular and most traditional shooters on the PC. Coming out of nowhere (Croatia) and taking the gaming world by storm, both Serious Sam and Serious Sam: The Second Encounter have done very well with the GamesFirst! reviewers. Now, Gotham Games and Croteam have put together an Xbox version of Serious Sam, combining both of the PC games and all jazzed up for better graphics and intense four player action. Don't miss our interview with David Nottingham, Producer for Gotham Games.
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INTERVIEW - David Nottingham, Producer Gotham Games
Articles Archive | 11/13/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
The Serious Sam Franchise has been one of the most popular and most traditional shooters on the PC. Coming out of nowhere (Croatia) and taking the gaming world by storm, both Serious Sam and Serious Sam: The Second Encounter have done very well with the GamesFirst! reviewers. Now, Gotham Games and Croteam have put together an Xbox version of Serious Sam, combining both of the PC games and all jazzed up for better graphics and intense four player action. Don't miss our interview with Davor Tomicic, Game and Level Designer for Croteam.
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INTERVIEW - Dana Bruno of BrunoReport.net
Articles Archive | 11/12/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Dana Bruno runs the one-woman-show, The Bruno Report (www.brunoreport.net), which has been getting more than a little notice recently due to her high profile involvement in the Search 4 E. Search 4 E (www.search4e.org) is a project underway from True Crime Press to utilize Websurfing civillians to help solve the mystery of what happened to the even more mysterious "E" (Ed Sobian, Eric Sobel, or Emil Sobiak, take your pick). Currently there is reluctance in the law enforcement community to take up the missing persons case, largely due to the fact that it is hard to determine whether E was kidnapped or ran away, so in a move spearheaded by James Pitt (the well-known author) and True Crime Press, private investigators have been brought in. The allure of large amounts of money and valuable items found by professional and amateur investigators researching the case has helped generate serious interest.
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Stronghold: Crusader Review
game: Stronghold: Crusader
review | 11/06/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Take Two Interactive brings us a sequel to their popular castle sim. Stonghold: Crusader allows you to play through somewhat historically based campaigns through the Holy Land and features a more robust real time strategy component. Build it up and tear it down. Click here.
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Taz: Wanted Review
game: Taz: Wanted
review | 11/01/02 | Monica Hafer
Infogrames does it to us again with Taz: Wanted (available now for all systems). Taz gets to star in his own platform adventure, and it\'s mostly belching and spinning. Monica took the PS2 version for a spin, and gives her take here. Jason took the Xbox and Gamecube versions. and he has a slightly different take on it. Read \'em both.
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How to Get Your Significant Other to Love Gaming
editorial | 10/20/02 | Monica Hafer
It\'s a common problem for those of us of the videogame loving persuasion. How can you get your loved one to love games as much as you do? It\'s a very practical problem, as games can take hours and hours to enjoy and love or family life can take similar amounts of time. Our ever-helpful mistress of the console box, Monica, delivers some useful guidelines for sharing your loves. Click here for the article.
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Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars Review (DVD, Xbox, PS2)
game: Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars
review | 09/16/02 | Shawn Rider
Digital Leisure continues to resurrect long gone laser disc titles for us to play on our DVD player or DVD ready PS2 and Xbox. Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars is a campy on-rails shooter that takes you back to some Miami Vice, Reagan-era drug policy. It\'s worth a laugh at least. Click here.
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Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem Review
game: Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem
review | 08/20/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Nintendo and Silicon Knights have redefined the 3D action horror genre previously dominated by the Resident Evil series. Eternal Darkness: Sanity\'s Requiem is a true evolution of the genre and gaming in general. Jeff\'s take on the game includes a great exploration of the ways Eternal Darkness succeeds and fails at pushing the limits of what a game can be. Click here for the review.
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MX Superfly Review
game: MX Superfly
review | 08/14/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Take a look at this screen from the PS2 version and you can see why it\'s called Superfly. MX Superfly brings THQs motocross staple to a new middle ground between sim and outrageous fantasy. Click here for the rev of the Gamecube version. And click here for the scoop on the PS2 version.
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GTC Africa Review
game: GTC Africa
review | 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.
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Test Drive Review (Xbox)
game: Test Drive
review | 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.
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Gladius Preview (Xbox, PS2, GC)
game: Gladius
preview | 07/01/02 | Shawn Rider
LucasArts decided to take a fantasy-oriented route with Gladius, which pits you against gladiators in arenas from Rome to Hades, but the liberties they\'ve taken should only disappoint those Classics majors and Roman Empire buffs. The rest of us might enjoy hurling fireballs at our foes. In an RPG-style strategy type game. Sounds fun.
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Big Bass Fishing Review
game: Big Bass Fishing
review | 06/28/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
How do you make a bargain priced fishing game for PSone stand out above the rest? If you are Big Bass Fishing you add a sexy angler into the mix. Her saucy allusions and provocative double entendres are fun for a bit, but then you\'re left playing the game, and it just falls short. Click here to read all about it.
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Alfred Hitchcock Presents: The Final Cut Review
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.
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