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King of Fighters: Maximum Impact
game: King of Fighters: Maximum Impact
review | 11/09/04 | Eric Qualls
King of Fighters: Maximum Impact is SNK's latest attempt at a 3D fighter and the result is actually pretty good. Unlike the rest of the KoF series, Maximum Impact has the speed, controls, and flow to actually appeal to the mainstream and not just to hardcore SNK fans. Read our full review to find out more.
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Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors
game: Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors
review | 08/04/04 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Supersonic Warriors might not be the first Dragon Ball Z game on the market by any means, but it might very well be one of the best. With actual show bits and audio clips, DBZ: Supersonic Warriors is a straightforward button masher for the hardcore fan, and probably not a lot else. Click here to learn more.
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La Pucelle Tactics
game: La Pucelle Tactics
review | 07/19/04 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
La Pucelle Tactics is the latest US release from Japanese developer Nippon Ichi. After last year's Disgaea won critical acclaim and was immediately embraced by hardcore gamers nationwide, the demand for another game from Nippon Ichi skyrocketed. Click here to see if this release is all that you hoped it would be.
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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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Futurama Preview
game: Futurama
preview | 07/16/03 | Shawn Rider
FOX Broadcasting is pending for a bending after announcing a Fall schedule devoid of Futurama. Fortunately, Futurama, the game, will be hitting stores in August, and that makes us rabid fans a whole lot happier. Featuring all the voices from the series, written by Futurama writers, and overseen by Matt \"da Man\" Groening himself, this is one action-adventure platform game we won\'t miss. Click here.
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Miracle Magnifier Preview
game: Miracle Magnifier
preview | 05/05/03 | Shawn Rider
The folks over at Bassemada have sent us an early version of their latest product, the Miracle Magnifier. This is basically a giant magnifying glass for your monitor (or television, book, newspaper, whatever) that provides a great solution for low-vision computer users as well as a tripped-out alternative for hardcore gamers. Click here.
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Arx Fatalis Review
game: Arx Fatalis
review | 12/22/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
JoWood Productions has made a great showing for us at the end of the year. First there\'s Beam Breakers, and now we get Arx Fatalis, a PC RPG that draws a lot from the success of Morrowind but still manages to be incredibly enjoyable. Hardcore PC RPG fans should be very happy about this. Click here.
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Star Wars: The New Droid Army Review (GBA)
game: Star Wars: The New Droid Army
review | 12/16/02 | Jason Frank
THQ has put out several new GBA Star Wars adventure games, and all of them have been pretty bad. Star Wars: The New Droid Army is no exception. It\'s another sidescroller adventure game where you jump stuff and swing your lightsaber. Whee! Hardcore Jedi Knights click here.
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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 Review
game: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4
review | 11/01/02 | Eric Qualls
No other series has changed the face of gaming so much in the past few years. Neversoft, Activision and Tony Hawk have pretty much single-handedly established the extreme sports genre, and Tony Hawk\'s Pro Skater 4 is a major evolution of design and content. Featuring enough new stuff to make the most hardcore THPS fans happy and enough beginner stuff to make it accessible to newbies, you need this game. Click here.
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Editorial: The Nintendo Difference
editorial | 06/11/02 | Jason Frank
Jason loves his Nintendo Gamecube. And after a year of meager (to say the least) releases for the system, the Gamecube finally looks to be coming into its own. The new outlook for the system is all about The Nintendo Difference, and Jason would like to have a word with you about this difference. Get some hardcore, uncensored opinion -- click.
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Alter Echo Preview
game: Alter Echo
preview | 06/03/02 | Shawn Rider
THQ is going to have a good year, and this is just the beginning of our coverage. First up: Alter Echo. This is a sci-fi action/adventure game set on a planet called Proteus where humans mine semi-intelligent Multiplast to create amazing biotech devices. That is, until an evil villain convinces the Multiplast it is being exploited. Hardcore frantic action fans will love the fast paced \"somebody just at the brown acid\" feel of this game. Click here.
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Unreal Tournament 2003 Preview
game: Unreal Tournament
preview | 05/28/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Infogrames is prepping one of the most hotly anticipated sequels of this year or the next. Unreal Tournament 2003 promises to satisfy the hardcore UT fans as well as bring a whole new generation to the game. Amazing graphics, gameplay enhancements, and lots of cool additions will make it a must have game. Click here.
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Space Race Review (PS2)
game: Space Race
review | 05/20/02 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
When this game came out for the Dreamcast it was a hit. And it\'s still a super good game. Space Race on the PlayStation 2 brings back all the same tracks and characters with just a few enhancements. Bottom line: If you own the DC version, don\'t sweat this one, but if you haven\'t tried Space Race and if you like kart racers at all, click here now.
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Sega Announces New Strategy
Articles Archive | 01/31/01 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Peter Moore, President and Chief Operating Officer for Sega of America, held a press teleconference this morning to detail Sega of America's plans for 2001 and to comment on Sega's worldwide strategy. In addition to announcing a new $99 price tag for Dreamcast beginning February 4 (the Sega Smash Pack will now be priced at $119), the company has decided on some strategies to move Sega from a lagging hardware manufacturer, to a "top of the heap" software developer and publisher. Moore outlined a three-pronged approach that will go into effect April 1 this year and continue through at least March of 2002. The basic approach involves the following:

Sega is now a "platform agnostic" third-party game developer/publisher.
Sega will license the DC chipset.
Sega will focus on network strengths.
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