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Tony Hawk's Underground Review (PS2)

November 26, 2003

In what has to be one of the most monumental achievements of any development team, Neversoft takes each installment of the Tony Hawk series and pushes it.  There’s no resting on your past success here, and we don’t see enough of that.  That desire to be bigger and better is evident here, and Tony Hawk’s Underground isn’t just the next Tony Hawk game; it’s also something of a revolution.  Click here to see how the best has evolved into, well, the best.

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memoris Preview (GBA)

All fans of Kingdom Hearts, hearken unto me.  Actually, harken unto Matt as he gives us a preview of Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories for the GBA.  With a little luck it will be enough to hold fans over until Kingdom Hearts II hits the PS2, and it should be a first rate GBA title as well. Click here and if you dig Final Fantasy, Disney, the GBA, or all of the above.

Mega Man X7 Review (PS2)

Another Mega Man title hits the store shelves.  Ummm, err, well yes I suppose I should say something else....The Mega Man series has seen better days, and now even the die hard fans are wondering if our heroic robot is done for.  Mega Man X7 isn’t going to quell that talk.  Some new approaches bring a breath of fresh air to the series, but as for the total package...Click here and Eric will break it down for you.

The Simpsons: Hit and Run Review (PS2, GC)

The Simpson family does GTA 3.  Well not exactly, but that’s a good place to start.  The witty comedy and beloved characters of televisions greatest show meet the interactivity and freedom of a living, adventure filled Springfield.  A must have for all fans and for those looking for the GTA experience minus the prostitute murdering, The Simpsons: Hit & Run is the real deal. Click here to roll through Springfield Homer style, and read about what Eric has dubbed “the best clip show that has ever existed”. 

Time Crisis 3 Review (PS2)

For a lot of gamers, our love affair with light-gun games began and ended with Duck Hunt on the NES. Part of the problem-- it wasn’t always easy to find a light-gun even if there were games available for it (Dreamcast, anyone).  Namco isn’t down with that routine, and Time Crisis 3 is their latest title in the genre.  It even comes packaged with the light-gun for a reasonable price, or without the gun if you already have it. Is it worth the investment? Lock and load then click right here to find out.

Viewtiful Joe  Review (PS2)

November 10, 2003

It’s no secret to Gamecube owners that the little cube-that-could needs a few more top-notch titles on its resume. So lets just get it out of the way right now and say that Viewtiful Joe rocks. Beautiful graphics and stunningly fun gamplay are just the beginning to this Capcom title. Click here to see how 2D side-scrolling beat-em-ups ought to be done.

Alter Echo Review (PS2)

It’s a crowded field out there, especially for the 3D action genre. Alter Echo is looking to make its mark with innovative gameplay and a unique style, but getting the job done well enough to earn Eric’s respect is a whole other story. Is it hip enough to please? Click here to find out.

Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty’s Revenge Review (GBA)

Everything old is new again. That seems to be the motto of late, and that’s not always a bad thing, but it is a risky venture. Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty’s Revenge, is the latest offering in the stellar N64 series of Banjo-Kazooie and Banjo-Tooie–this time on the GBA. Delivering remarkable gamepaly and remaining incredible faithful to the old, this is one port that rocks–while it lasts. Peek through the window of the house that Rare built right here.

Halo Review (PC)

It’s been a long time since the Xbox launched with Halo and blew console fans away with its FPS action. PC gamers now get a shot at the classic, but can even Halo stand up to both a port to a new system and the unrelenting hammer of father time? Halo newbie Chris Galbraith takes on the legend right here.

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee Review (GBA)

Remember the Oddworld franchise? Delivering some of the most innovative gameplay ever, the phenomenal adventures of Abe and Munch are the some of the high points in videogame history. Unfortunately, this is not one of those points. You can’t even see those high points from here. Click here for the whole truth on Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee on the GBA.

Pro Cast Sports Fishing Review (XBox)

Lets just say you’re a huge fan of fishing games, hungering for some angler action. Lets just say you have an Xbox. Lets just say you’re screwed. Click here to see why Pro Cast Sports Fishing isn’t a keeper.

Space Channel 5: Ulala Cosmic Attack Review (GBA)

Remember Space Channel 5, the Dreamcasts’ booty shaking, universe saving, system not saving, groove-a-thon? Yeah, that’s the one. Well Ulala and her mad fashion sense are back, and together they are still trying to save the universe one groove at a time. Only this time Ulala is shaking it on the GBA. Can the GBA handle Ulala’s style, or is this a move that ought not to be busted? Click here and you’ll find out.

Max Payne 2 Review (PC)

November 1, 2003

Want to make a legend? Here’s the recipe: Take your usual action videogame, add a half pound of cool, two cups of kick ass, and a teaspoon of uber style. It worked last time, and Rockstar’s latest, Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne: A Film Noir Love Story, improves on the origional title in almost every aspect. Click here John Woo style for the whole story.

Star Wars: Rouge Squadron III: Rebel Strike Review (GC)

So you feel like a Jedi, eh? Want to take down a Sith Lord or two? Well you can’t vote till next November, but you can play Star Wars Rouge Squadron III: Reble Strike right now. With superb Star Wars action and an awesome co-op mode, it’s one of the best games out-- especially if you ignore the parts that suck.. Click here, or forever walk the path of ignorance.

Savage:  The Battle for Newerth Review (PC)

Savage: The Battle for Newerth, isn’t your typical PC title. Essentially a FPS shooter with A bit of RTS and the occasional tinge of MMORPG, this title adds a little teamwork to the action routine. The next new thing or an interesting gimmik? Click here to find out.

WWE Raw 2 Review (XBox)

The spectacle that is pro-wrestling finds its way to the Xbox via WWE Raw 2. All the characters are here along with oodles of game options, but does this title deliver the whole package or go down for the count? Jeremy tells it like it is right here.

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