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Fable: The Lost Chapters Preview
game: Fable: The Lost Chapters
preview | 08/25/05 | Tristan Mayshark
When Fable was originally announced on the PC, it was going to be one of the greatest, most complicated RPGs ever created. That was the theory, at least. When the final product finally appeared on the Xbox, it had changed systems, lost features, and been forced to admit that it was not as sophisticated or as massive as had originally been planned. Still, the title found success where it counted: it was fun. Now, Fable is returning to the system on which it started, showing up on the PC as Fable: The Lost Chapters. We\'re here to help keep you briefed on what to expect from this wayward child.
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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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Spider-Man 2
game: Spider-Man 2
review | 05/21/05 | Jason Frank
Spider-Man 2 for PSP is a decent game, but after the success of its bigger cousin versions, this one might seem a bit restricted. The graphics are great, and there's some good fun to have here, but don't expect this one to be a deciding factor in your decision to buy a PSP.
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Coffee Talk with EA_Spouse
Articles Archive | 03/13/05 | Gary Wong
Behind every successful video game are a team of developers who work long, hard hours to create the best product they can for you, the gamer. When those developers work too long and too hard without just compensation, EA_Spouse voices their concerns. We talk to her about the mainstream reaction to her article, EA's recent market moves, and GameWatch, her new project to illuminate quality of life issues in the game development industry.
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R: Racing Evolution
game: R: Racing Evolution
review | 01/21/04 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Looking to build on their Ridge Racer success, Namco goes back to the drawing board and adds a little sim to the mix. The result is R: Racing Revolution. Although it has a few tricks up its sleeve that spice things up a bit, R: Racing Revolution is a racer that has trouble keeping up with the pack. Click here for the full review.
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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai
game: Dragon Ball Z: Budokai
review | 12/09/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Dragon Ball Z fans will be more than happy to see Dragon Ball Z: Budokai arrive on the Gamecube, as it successfully powers its way into mediocrity, thus becoming the greatest Dragon Ball Z game in history. It's not for everybody, but if you love the characters you will love the game. Spark up your Power beam, prepare to get tossed through a mountain, and click right here.
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The Return of the King
game: The Return of the King
review | 12/07/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
EA's highly successful The Two Towers drew high praise from gamers for its cinematic drama and hack and slash action. It wasn't the most innovative treatment of the Tolkien classic, but it sure was fun to be a part of. The latest installment, Return of the King, looks to improve on that success, offering more characters, more cinematic feel, and best of all, multiplayer co-op. But can more hack and slash satisfy a Lord of the Rings enthusiast? With a single click, your quest for knowledge begins right here.
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Tony Hawk's Underground
game: Tony Hawk's Underground
review | 11/26/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
In what has to be one of the most monumental achievements of any development team, Neversoft takes each installment of the Tony Hawk series and pushes it. There's no resting on your past success here, and we don't see enough of that. That desire to be bigger and better is evident here, and Tony Hawk's Underground isn't just the next Tony Hawk game; it's also something of a revolution. Click here to see how the best has evolved into, well, the best.
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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Review
game: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
review | 08/30/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
BioWare\'s latest foray into the console market has been a resounding success. There\'s a good reasons why Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic has been burning up the sales charts this summer: It freaking rules. Play as a light side or dark side jedi, save wookies, travel to exotic worlds and kill maneating beasts. How much better does it get?
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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
game: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
review | 08/28/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
BioWare's latest foray into the console market has been a resounding success. There's a good reasons why Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic has been burning up the sales charts this summer: It freaking rules. Play as a light side or dark side jedi, save wookies, travel to exotic worlds and kill maneating beasts. How much better does it get? Click here for the whole review.
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Interview: Bill Wohnoutka, Director of Commercial Development for Level 3
interview | 04/09/03 | Shawn Rider
Level 3 is one of those companies you don\'t hear about very often. They supply the equipment and technologies that make our online games go, and they\'ve had a hand in some of the most successful online gaming endeavors of the past several years. We got a chance to sit down with Bill Wohnoutka to help us figure out just what these folks do and why we care. Click here for the whole story behind the scenes.
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Pride FC Review
game: Pride FC
review | 03/10/03 | Eric Qualls
THQ has brought in veteran ring fighting developers Anchor to create a worthy successor to the UFC franchise. Pride FC delivers a similar style of no holds barred, submit or suffer gameplay. Great graphics and a very nice fighting engine make this one for any fan of the sport or the UFC games. Click here.
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Pride FC Review (PS2)
game: Pride FC Review
review | 03/08/03 | Eric Qualls
THQ has brought in veteran ring fighting developers Anchor to create a worthy successor to the UFC franchise. Pride FC delivers a similar style of no holds barred, submit or suffer gameplay. Great graphics and a very nice fighting engine make this one for any fan of the sport or the UFC games. Click here.
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Guilty Gear X2 Review
game: Guilty Gear X2
review | 02/09/03 | Eric Qualls
Sammy Studios brings us a sequel to their successful Guilty Gear series. Guilty Gear X2 takes the over-the-top action and ultra deep fighting system to the next level. Fighting fans, especially those with a love for chaotic 2D action and intricate control systems, should definitely check this one out. Click here.
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Legaia 2: Duel Saga Review
game: Legaia 2: Duel Saga
review | 12/22/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Legend of Legaia was a moderately successful RPG several years ago. Eidos\' Fresh Games has now brought the sequel, Legaia 2: Duel Saga, to the US, and it\'s not bad. It\'s got the requisite RPG elements, including the bunny-eared waitresses. But it\'s not great either, mainly because it\'s tough to escape the feeling that we\'ve been here, done this. Click!
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