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Silent Line: Armored Core Review
game: Silent Line: Armored Core Review
review | 09/13/03 | Eric Qualls
Agetec delivers its latest installment to the Armored Core series, Silent Line, much to the delight of the die-hard Armored Core fans. But despite notable improvements, to most of us Armored Core: Silent Line is just another Armored Core title we didn\'t play. Click here to find out why.
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PSP vs. Next-Generation Game Boy
preview | 09/12/03 | Gary Wong
A lot of this year\'s E3 buzz was about SOny\'s PSP handheld gaming device. That\'s a lot of talk about somehting no one has seen before, as Gary Wong tells us. GF\'s newest writer delivers a fantasic analysis of the handheld market, a look at its historical context, and it\'s chance at knocking off Nintendo\'s handheld behemoth
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Brute Force Review
game: Brute Force
review | 09/12/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
After months of hype, Digital Anvil\'s Brute Force arrives on the XBox. But is it everything it\'s supposed to be? Not quite. Questionable teamwork, glaring holes in multiplayer modes, and some gameplay issues keep Brute Force from being the game we hoped for.
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Sony PSP
Articles Archive | 09/12/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
A lot of this year's E3 buzz was about Sony's PSP handheld gaming device. That's a lot of talk about somehting no one has seen before, as Gary Wong tells us. GF's newest writer delivers a fantasic analysis of the handheld market, a look at its historical context, and it's chance at knocking off Nintendo's handheld behemoth. Click here for a look at the future of handheld gaming.
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Brute Force
game: Brute Force
review | 09/12/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
After months of hype, Digital Anvil's Brute Force arrives on the XBox. But is it everything it's supposed to be? Not quite. Questionable teamwork, glaring holes in multiplayer modes, and some gameplay issues keep Brute Force from being the game we hoped for. Click here for the whole discussion.
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Super Puzzle Fighter II Review
game: Super Puzzle Fighter II
review | 09/01/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Masterful puzzle action finds its way to the Gameboy Advance with Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo?one of the most addictive puzzle games available. Just make sure you have a system link if you want to dive into the multiplayer action. If you dig puzzle games, click here now.
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Intellivision Greatest Hits 20th Anniversary Edition Review
game: Intellivision Greatest Hits 20th Anniversary Edition
review | 08/30/03 | Shawn Rider
A beloved name in the gaming industry is Intellivision. This venerable system was a major player in the home console world until sometime around 1985 or so. Now you can relive all those good times with Intellivision Greatest Hits 20th Anniversary Edition. The collection packs 25 of the best Intellivision games, all waiting for you to bust your thumbs over them.
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Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb
game: Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb
review | 08/26/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Good old Indy is back at it, this time on the PS2. Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb is a great action title for fans of the Indiana Jones mythology, but not necessarily as great for fans of innovative, invigorating action games. Too bad. Click for more.
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Jet Grind Radio
game: Jet Grind Radio
review | 08/12/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Take the DC version of Jet Grind Radio, shrink it down, clip the soundtrack a bit, and snip the graf editor, and you've got yourself Jet Grind Radio for the GBA. It's impressive how well the game holds together in the handheld format. Click here for the review.
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Jet Grind Radio Review
game: Jet Grind Radio
review | 08/10/03 | Eric Qualls
Take the DC version of Jet Grind Radio, shrink it down, clip the soundtrack a bit, and snip the graf editor, and you\'ve got yourself Jet Grind Radio for the GBA. It\'s impressive how well the game holds together in the handheld format.
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Laptop Desk Ensemble v2 Review
game: Laptop Desk Ensemble v2
review | 07/20/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
LapWorks Inc. offers up a whole kit for creating your portable desktop. the Laptop Desk Ensemble v2 includes the Laptop Desk, MouzPad, and Swivlpad. These three accessories fit most notebook computers and help you keep productive and comfortable whether you\'re at your desk or in transit to your next big gaming tournament.
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Medieval Total War: Viking Invasion Review
game: Medieval Total War: Viking Invasion
review | 07/20/03 | Chris Galbraith
Activision\'s Total War series is a blast, and we\'re happy to have an expansion to Medieval Total War to tide us over until the next installment. Medieval Total War: Viking Invasion offers a load of enhancements and new goodies, including a Viking campaign that will have you raiding and pillaging to your heart\'s content.
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Megaman Network Transmission Review
game: Megaman Network Transmission
review | 07/20/03 | Eric Qualls
Capcom doses us again with the Mega Man goodness, and we wish we loved it more. Mega Man Network Transmission returns to its 2D roots to commemorate the 15th anniversary of our little blue hero, but a variety of things keep this from being our retro hit of the summer.
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Resident Evil Dead Aim Review
game: Resident Evil Dead Aim
review | 07/20/03 | Eric Qualls
Capcom\'s Gun Survivor series gets a shot in the arm with the latest release, Resident Evil: Dead Aim. The blend of on-rails shooter and third-person action works well and exposes new possibilities for the series. Plus, it\'s enjoyable with a mouse and controller setup, making it playable even without a light gun
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Painkiller Preview
game: Painkiller
preview | 07/20/03 | Tristan Mayshark
Dreamcatcher Interactive has what just might be their first full-fledged hit on their hands. Painkiller is still early in development, but so far the super pretty visuals and visceral gameplay have won it some notice. Now all they and developer People Can Fly have to do is land this baby in an appropriate manner. Exciting.
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