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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Review (PC)

March 10, 2003

Ubi Soft has brought their super popular stealth action title to the PC, and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell retains much of its initial appeal. Still one of the most beautiful games ever created, this game is packed full of good times, if you're a fan of the slow-paced, stealth-oriented, government intrigue type of gameplay. Click here.

Pride FC Review (PS2)

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.

INTERVIEW: Roman Kremlicka, VP of Wootsoft

Wootsoft has a new idea: How about a massively multiplayer online RPG that combines various action elements and, most importantly, looks really, really pretty? Iritor Online promises to deliver stunning visuals and compelling gameplay. To find out more, our man Aaron spoke to Roman Kremlicka, VP of Wootsoft. Click for interview.

Grand Theft Auto FREE

Perhaps the coolest freebie since that translucent Obi Wan I ordered from the back of my Cheerios box, Rockstar Games has recompiled the original Grand Theft Auto for modern PCs and they're just giving it away. You can try their official download site here, but it's been down much of the weekend. Click here for the Gamers' Hell list of download mirrors, and get you some GTA FREE.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Preview (Xbox, PC)

March 2, 2003

One of the most beloved RPG developers, Bioware (makers of hits such as Neverwinter Nights and Baldur's Gate), has grabbed hold of one of the most beloved franchises, Star Wars, and created an RPG for the RPG starved Xbox and the not-so-RPG-starved PC. Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic should be super cool. Click here.

Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast Review (Xbox)

The huge PC hit of Summer 2002 has made its way to the console systems, and the great gaming and excellent story have remained intact. Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast gives you all the first person blasting and third person light saber swashbuckling you could want. A great storyline rewards the patient gamer. Click here.

Sixth Annual Interactive Achievement Awards Held

The Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences have awarded their 6th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards. Battlefield 1942 took home 4 awards, making it the big winner. Yu Suzuki, creator of Outrun, Virtua Fighter, Shenmue, and a lot more games, took his place in the Hall of Fame. Other winners include Metroid Prime, Splinter Cell, Animal Crossing, Grand Theft Auto Vice City, Eternal Darkness, Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, and more. Click for the whole list.

Galerians: Ash Review (PS2)

February 16, 2003

Sammy Studios brings us the sequel to their psycho future thriller, Galerians. Galerians: Ash drops you right into the aftermath of the first story with nary a hint at how to get going, so this is definitely one for the fans. A gripping storyline might draw you along in spite of lackluster gameplay. Definitely check the review. Click here.

Phantasy Star Collection Review (GBA)

Sega's venerable Phantasy Star series has found a home on a lot of consoles lately, but fans haven't forgotten the glory days of old school RPG enjoyment. Phantasy Star Collection packs more than a hundred hours of classic RPG gameplay on a GBA cart, which ain't bad at all. Click here.

Guilty Gear X2 Review (PS2)

February 9, 2003

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.

Impossible Creatures Review (PC)

Microsoft game studio Relic has put together an RTS title that should appeal to the Dr. Moreau in all of us. Impossible Creatures allows you to design your own units to use in battle (how about elephants with pincers? burrowing ant-tigers with electric stingers?). Click here.

Star Wars Bounty Hunter Review (GC)

His backpack has jets. He's Jango the Fett. He's Boba's daddy and the template for every clone in the Clone Wars. Star Wars Bounty Hunter puts you in control of Jango Fett as he blasts his way across the universe, cleansing it of treacherous scum and villainy on a mission for the most scummy and villainous of them all. Clickity-click-click.

Hip Screen Pad Review (PS2)

Hip Interactive brings us a novel little product in their Hip Screen Pad. It's a PS2 controller with a screen and speakers built in. On the upside, the screen is really nice looking, especially considering its 2.5 inch size. On the downside, it costs about as much as other, bigger, portable screens and the controller is S-U-C-K. Click for more.

Die Hard Vendetta Review (GC)

Good old Die Hard. You can never have too much terrorist-bashing smartass commentary to go with your action movie or game. To prove this point, Fox Interactive serves us up a big helping of Die Hard Vendetta, putting you in the role of John McLane once again. Click!

James Cameron's Dark Angel Review (PS2, Xbox)

It kind of seems like they quit working on James Cameron's Dark Angel when the television series was cancelled. That's too bad, because this is almost a good game. The fighting engine is deep, but overall shallowness of plot and gameplay makes this one for the DA fans and not many more. Click here.

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