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OrigenXbox360.com - Another MS Viral Marketing Site
news | 08/24/05 | Shawn Rider
In a move that looks very similar to the I Love Bees campaign, Microsoft has registered another mysterious site, Origen360.com. This looks a heck of a lot like the early OurColony site, and Microsoft has a long history of using alt-reality gaming to sell us stuff.
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E3 2005: F.E.A.R. - First Encounter Assault Recon
game: E3 2005: F.E.A.R. - First Encounter Assault Recon
preview | 06/01/05 | Blaine Krumpe
There are few things more mysterious than secret government research facilities. Whether it's the combination of the unknown, the possibility of really bizarre experiments going on, or the fact that a lot of them seem to be underground, government research labs gone bad claim their share of would-be horror games, and spark the imagination. F.E.A.R., an upcoming horror FPS, ventures once again into the depths of a government lab in search of answers. Can it hold up in a genre weighted by competition? Our man Blaine reports his thoughts after some hands-on at E3.
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E3 2005: Fatal Frame 3: The Tormented
game: E3 2005: Fatal Frame 3: The Tormented
preview | 05/25/05 | Laurie Taylor
In terms of fear and clever design, the Fatal Frame series is very possibly the most successful trilogy of horror games ever created. Brilliantly introduced in the first Fatal Frame, and refined with the introduction of the first-person view in Fatal Frame 2, the series is looking to once again scare gamers with Fatal Frame 3: The Tormented, due out later this year. Take a look at what the new title has to offer in this E3 preview.
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Nintendo Starts a Revolution
Articles Archive | 05/18/05 | Eric Bodrero
Nintendo showed off the Revolution to a crowd of hungry fans and attendant media on Tuesday, and today we got to see a bit more of the device on the show floor at E3. And while some serious bombs were dropped (backwards compatibility for 20 years of Nintendo games -- What!?!), the Revolution is stil shrouded in mystery. Get the details we know right here.
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twoplayer comic: It Does Everything!
comic | 05/17/05 | Aaron Stanton
This morning\'s twoplayer hits on my main focus of the day, which is Nintendo\'s press conference. We\'ve already seen glimpses of Microsoft\'s Xbox 360, and now we know more about the PS3; the big mystery that remains is the Nintendo Revolution. Be sure to check out today\'s twoplayer, It Does Everything!

Twoplayer comic is published every Sunday at http://comics.gamesfirst.com
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Second Sight
game: Second Sight
review | 02/23/05 | Chris Martin
It seems like a fundamental rule of thumb in video games: coma = amnesia and psychic powers. Few games execute the mystery and atmosphere of such creepy going-ons, though, as well as Free Radical's budget title Second Sight. It's atmospheric and story driven, and worth your money if you're looking for a game that will keep your interest. Read the full review to find out the details.
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Shadow of Rome
game: Shadow of Rome
preview | 06/16/04 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
If you like fighting and intrigue, murder and mystery, you'll find it all during one of the most fascinating eras of human history. Shadow of Rome aims to give PS2 players a chance to crack the murder of Julius Caesar, through brain or through brawn.
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Scooby-Doo! Mystery Mayhen
game: Scooby-Doo! Mystery Mayhen
review | 05/01/04 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
It's not often that you get a game that looks and feels like the movie it's based on. So often it's just a standard platformer with movie graphics. Not here, though. A2M took the time to do Scooby right, and the game is full of Scooby-Doo style. Click here to find out if it's enough to make it worth playing.
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MI: Operation Surma
game: MI: Operation Surma
review | 02/23/04 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
It's no secret that stealth action games are all the craze these days. And with quite a few looking to be the next big thing, does Mission Impossible- Operation Surma have what it takes to roll with the big names, or is it using its stealth technique to slide into the bargain bin undetected? Colin Yu solves this mystery for us, and he tells all right here.
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Kill.Switch
game: Kill.Switch
review | 01/11/04 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
In one word, what is Namco's kill.switch? A mesmerizing story of mystery and drama of the sort not seen often enough in videogames“a thrilling adventure and a top notch action game. That's more than one word I guess, but kill.switch deserves them all and these words as well: Click here for the full review of this surprisingly stunning title.
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Scooby-Doo: Mystery Mayhem
game: Scooby-Doo: Mystery Mayhem
review | 12/07/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Sometimes a well known name is all it takes to sell a game, so not enough work goes in to the game itself. Enter Scooby Doo: Mystery Mayhem, as Scooby and the gang try to score as much loot from gamers' pockets as they possibly can--and they would have gotten away with it too, if it hadn't have been for that pesky reviewer Jason Frank. Read here to unmask the mystery of Scooby Doo: Mystery Mayhem.
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Law and Order II
game: Law and Order II
review | 10/16/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Law and Order II: Double or Nothing starts with a pretty good idea. A narrative driven videogame where you spend the first half of the game trying to solve a mystery and the second half of the game going for a conviction in the courtroom sounds like a, innovative, promising concept. How is the execution? Tristan, a long time Law and Order fan, puts this steaming pile on trial. Click here for the verdict.
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Uru: Ages Beyond Myst
game: Uru: Ages Beyond Myst
preview | 06/14/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Legendary developer, Cyan, is back at the helm of a new Myst title that breaks all the rules. URU: Ages Beyond Myst promises a real-time rendered 3D world for players to inhabit. And while the single-player experience remains intact, this time around Myst junkies can collaborate online in a persistent world. Get your preview right here.
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URU: Ages Beyond Myst Preview
game: URU: Ages Beyond Myst
preview | 05/14/03 | Monica Hafer
Legendary developer, Cyan, is back at the helm of a new Myst title that breaks all the rules. URU: Ages Beyond Myst promises a real-time rendered 3D world for players to inhabit. And while the single-player experience remains intact, this time around Myst junkies can collaborate online in a persistent world.
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Myst III: Exile Review (PS2)
game: Myst III: Exile
review | 12/01/02 | Monica Hafer
Ubi Soft has brought the venerable Myst series to console systems, and, as anyone familiar with the franchise would guess, the style and focus of gameplay doesn\'t quite jive with what most console gamers expect. Many reviewers have reacted to Myst III: Exile like our reviewer, Eric. (Click here to read his review of Myst III: Exile for Xbox.) The pacing and mechanics of the game are unusual on the console, but this is still one of the most popular franchises in the history of gaming. So Monica, a long time Myst fan, reviewed the PS2 version of the game and gives us the other side of things, showing for the right gamers, Myst has still got it. Click here.
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