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06/28/05 | | Tristan Mayshark
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This is a well done port of an excellent game. Despite some minor issues related to a slight lack of visual polish and a few technical quirks, GTA: San Andreas has survived the translation from Playstation very nicely.



06/25/05 | | Chris Martin
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We have the review of Galactic Civilizations' expansion Altarian Prophey. Fans of Galactic Civilizations and 4x space strategy in general should read why this expansion is for them.


06/24/05 | | George Holomshek
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When the DS came out with stylus support, we all knew that the new level of precision it offered would allow for some new types of games. Probably most of us were not expecting a surgery simulation, though. Slightly different than what most of us are used to playing, Trauma Center won't have you blowing on the microphone to help clear the screen of leaves. Instead, you'll have a chance to try your hand at saving lives.


06/20/05 | | Chris Martin
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Since 1998 the Racing Sim ladder has been dominated by one name: Turismo. Finally, there's another challenger to shake Polyphony from that position. That challenger is Forza Motorsport. Does it beat out the king of the road? Find out.


06/17/05 | | Eric Bodrero
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For anyone that grew up - or are currently growing up - on the antics of Scooby-Doo, you'll be happy to hear that there's a new Scooby-Doo title coming this fall. Set for release on the GameCube, PS2, Xbox, and GBA, you can expect to be controlling Scooby through some really impressive looking cartoon levels. Take a look at this preview for an idea of what you can expect when this title hits the shelves.


06/16/05 | | George Holomshek
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I remember playing Sonic Mega Collection? and, while I was overdosing
on nostalgia and loving every minute of it, there were a few things I
wis......


06/14/05 | | Monica Hafer
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The growth of the video game industry and the acceptance of gaming into mainstream society has brought about both positives and negatives. Companies like Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft drive technology forward, but how does that leave the small, independent developers that helped give this industry its footing? An interview with Stardock reveals that there's a lot of spunk left in the independent market, and perhaps a healthier business model than the one currently driving the big boys.


06/11/05 | | George Holomshek
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There are some games at E3 that tend to jump up and surprise you. 
For me, one of these games was Farlan Entertainment's new,
medieval-themed......


06/11/05 | | Blaine Krumpe
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The ideas behind the RTS Starship Troopers might have been better suited to the First Person Shooter genre and game developer Strangelite seems to have understood this. Starship Troopers should be hitting store shelves in fall, but we've got a first hand preview of this brand new shooter.


06/08/05 | | Chris Martin
category: archive
A behind closed doors look at the Elder Scolls IV: Oblivion. GamesFirst! has a firsthand look of how the game is shaping up. Details inside.


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