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Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy Preview (PC, Xbox)

May 24, 2003

After Jedi Outcast, both PC and console gamers are drooling over the latest installment of the Jedi Knight series. Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy opens up a whole new world of interactive Jedi goodness. One of our many resident Star Wars nuts, Jeremy, has brought back all the dirt on this stellar sequel. Click here for the preview.

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel Preview (Xbox, PS2)

Among PC gamers, the Fallout series is viewed as one of the greatest, and with good reason. Interplay now hopes to bring the trademark humor and attractive gameplay of Fallout to the console with Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel. Build on the BG:DA engine, the gameplay has been overhauled for the consoles. Click here for more.

Futurama Preview (Xbox, PS2, GC)

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.

Savage: The Battle for Newerth Preview (PC)

May 22, 2003

One thing we love about this job is spotting new games from small, unknown companies, that are going to make big, big waves. Say hello to iGames, the publisher, S2, the developer, and Savage: The Battle for Newerth, the RTSFPS that will have you and 63 of your closest friends staying up all night long. This game is innovative, beautiful, and, most importantly, loads of fun. Check it out here.

D-Link DI-604 Ethernet Broadband Router Review

We're firm believers in the D-Link tradition of high quality network hardware at good prices. The DI-604 is a phenomenal unit, and it's even approved by Microsoft for use with the Xbox. That means this bad boy will have you online gaming and keeping your home LAN secure for ages to come. Get the whole review right here.

Nokia N-Gage Preview

May 21, 2003

Nokia has created a gaming device that is set to revolutionize mobile gaming. Featuring a cel phone, wireless connectivity for LAN gaming, an MP3 player, and graphics that look quite nice, the Nokia N-Gage might be the thing that really kicks cel phone gaming into overdrive. Click here.

Editorial: The Truth About the Party Kings

After an E3 full of glamorous parties and hoity hobknobbing, our man Aaron thinks he's figured things out: E3 parties aren't about greasing up the press so they'll write about your latest device. On the contrary, The Truth About the Party Kings is that these events are the real deal revenge of the nerds. And us nerds like it very much. Click here for the editorial.

HALO 2 Preview (Xbox)

May 20, 2003

Microsoft garnered oohs and aahs galore with their ultra-tasty demo of HALO 2. Although we couldn't play it on the show floor, the gameplay demo we watched made us wish we could go into stasis just to make the time fly by. You can't pass up the chance to check out our complete preview of 2004's biggest game. Click here.

Interview: Jonathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel

He's the top-ranked professional gamer in the world, and he's also an incredibly nice guy. Jonathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel sits down with us to talk gaming, equipment, the professional competition circuit, and all about his biggest love: games. Click here for the interview.

World of Warcraft Preview (PC)

May 19, 2003

Blizzard made a great showing at E3 this year. World of Warcraft is looking amazing, and that brand new secret playable race has made everyone lose their minds. I'd like to tell you all about how beautiful this game is and how much fun it will be to play, but I'll leave that to Todd in his thorough preview. Click here for the scoop.

PlayStation Personal Preview

Sony surprised all of us by announcing a handheld gaming system. Only the basic hardware specs have been announced, but it's clear that the PlayStation Personal (PSP) will be a formidable challenge to the Game Boy's dominance. Click here.

Crank This Baby Up, Yo!

May 09, 2003

What'll it be this year? Halo 2? Doom 3? Return of the King? Who knows what kind of goodies will be waiting for us at E3? We're determined to find out, and we'll bring back all of the news for you.

This year, to help with the E3 wait, we'll be using our newest addition to GF!: The GamesFirst! News Pipe. The News Pipe is a never-ending stream of gaming news, posted in real-time directly from us to you. This thing could become your favorite part of GF!, and we'll be using it a lot. Be sure to keep an eye on the News Pipe during the show for the latest tidbits, and visit us after the show for all the news, previews, gossip, photos, videos, and everything else we can post from the show.

In the meantime, check out these archives of past E3 madness.

Midnight Club II Review (PS2)

May 5, 2003

Rockstar hasn't stopped the rockin', and their latest offering, Midnight Club II is certainly faster and more furious than its predecessor. Bringing the thrill of illegal street racing to LA, Paris, and Tokyo is just the beginning. Go global on this bad boy using the online adapter and you're in for a world of joy. Click here for more.

Interview: Ricardo Miranda Zuiga

Ricardo Miranda Zuiga  is a digital artist whose latest work, Vagamundo: A Migrant's Tale, has been stirring up interest and praise across the board. Vagamundo is a side-scrolling game mounted in an ice cream cart that Zuiga wheels around for people to play for free. And you can also play it on the Web. We are glad to present this interview with Zuiga in which he discusses his inspirations, goals, and work. Click here for the whole interview.

Miracle Magnifier Preview (PC)

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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