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06/07/05 | | George Holomshek
category: archive
Back to basics.  That's exactly how I would describe the new Mario
title coming to the Nintendo DS.  Its not that I have any big
complai......


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06/07/05 | | Laurie Taylor
game: Doom 3
category: archive
Doom 3, love it or hate it, brought with it a new dimension to the series and a new benchmark in graphics. The PC version was a straight up, linear, slaughter-fest. The XBox version is boasting co-op multiplayer over LIVE, so how does this Doom stack up? Laurie has the scoop.


06/02/05 | | Eric Bodrero
category: archive
Many of the games we see at E3 won't be available to play for months and months following the show. Others show up pretty much the day we head home. Destroy All Humans is a title we here at GamesFirst have been looking forward to since seeing it at E3 2004, and now it's only a few weeks from release. Check out our last minute E3 impressions of this soon to be released title.


06/01/05 | | Blaine Krumpe
category: archive
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.


06/01/05 | | George Holomshek
category: archive
Full Spectrum Warrior found a home on the PS2 substantially later than it did on either the Xbox or the PC. This strategic military game puts you in control of two squads of fighters battling terrorists is a foreign land. How well has the gameplay held up since we first saw it on the Xbox? Check out our review to find out exactly what you can expect to find in this solid title.


05/30/05 | | George Holomshek
category: archive
X-Men Legends was a popular title, and X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse looks to be a significant improvement. New features and gameplay elements should satisfy both hardcore X-Men fans as well as the general gaming audience.


05/30/05 | | Laurie Taylor
category: archive
Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams is more of the same and a little something different. With no characters modeled on real actors (alive or dead), this incarnation focuses on the gameplay and the basic features fans of the series love.


05/28/05 | | Monica Hafer
category: archive
Aeon Flux has become a cult phenomenon. With a movie and a game launching almost simultaneously, we'll have enough fluxifaction to sustain even a city park full of fanboys (and girls). We have first impressions of the game directly from the E3 floor and Monica talked with game Producer Raymond Holmes about the title.


05/27/05 | | Shawn Rider
category: archive
Ojom has been making games for the rest of the world for awhile now, and their innovations in game design and augmented reality have made them incredibly popular in Europe and Asia. We got a chance to sit down with some of the Ojom crew at E3, and we were very impressed with the games we played. Get the rundown on why Ojom is a company to keep an eye on in our detailed look at their current lineup.


05/27/05 | | Eric Bodrero
category: archive
One of the Xbox 360 titles that Microsoft was demonstrating at this year's E3 was Kameo: Elements of Power. Originally announced for the GameCube, then the Xbox, and finally settling on the Xbox 360 as an exclusive, this massive adventure title will help launch the new system. With huge battles involving thousands of enemy A.I. and a style that looks to target the Zelda-fan demographic, Kameo is one to watch. Check out our E3 2005 preview.


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