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07/06/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
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LucasArts kicks us down another title this week: Star Wars: The Clone Wars for Xbox. How does this version fare? The addition of online multiplayer modes is more than welcome, and it actually makes this mediocre game pretty entertaining. However, all is not perfect in the Republic, that's for sure. Click here for more.



07/06/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
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Notable MMORPG publisher NCSoft has unveiled their next big thing: Guild Wars. This looks like the same high quality gaming experience we've seen before, but NCSoft has an ace up their sleeve: Guild Wars will be the first MMORPG without a monthly user fee. Yep. Plus all kinds of other cool stuff. Click for more.


07/06/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
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LucasArts has finally shown a little love to their "other" big movie franchise. Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb doesn't push any limits, and it could be more fun to play, but the classic storyline and solid construction make it more than worth a run-through for anyone partial to our fave anthropology professor. Click here.


07/06/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
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Activision brings us a little bit of what Gamecube owners are dying to get: an RPG! Lost Kingdoms II is the sequel to the first RPG released for the GC, and it shows significant improvements. Unfortunately, it's still a fairly brief card-collecting game with a thin storyline. RPG fans should read this review before buying. Click here.


07/03/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
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Activision has released the latest Half-Life mod as a stand-alone package. Day of Defeat is a really great mod for Half-Life that offers some compelling team play complete with voice over IP. But is the retail package worth it? The newest addition to the GF! team, Tristan Mashark, is going to answer that question for you. Click here for more.


06/14/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
game: Eye Toy
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Sony unveiled their Eye Toy at E3. It's basically a hi-res webcam that perches on top of your TV set to 'put' you in the game. Right now it plays a dozen simple titles that are mostly hardware demos. We can't wait to use it for those late night sultry gamer webchats... I'll bet GTfan4798 is just as hot as he sounds... Click here for more.


06/14/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
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We put the Compex PS2216 Switch through every test we could devise, and it came through with flying colors. For those of you hosting those private LAN bashes, or just looking for a cheap and easy SOHO switch, the Compex PS2216 is featured to please and priced to move. Click here for more.


06/14/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
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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.


06/14/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
category: archive
Blizzard's latest bomb is about to drop. Warcraft III: Frozen Throne is the expansion pack everyone has been waiting for. The discs have gone gold and are in production, so while you're waiting for that pre-order delivery, check out this preview from our resident WC3 addict, Todd. Click here.


06/14/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
category: archive
Microsoft and Big Huge Games have released Rise of Nations, which lives up to all the hype. A blend of games like Age of Empires and Civilization, this title relies on solid execution and proven gaming concepts to deliver a very enjoyable experience. Click here.


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