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Yuri's Revenge Review (PC)

November 8, 2001

EA brings us an expansion pack for Command and Conquer: Red Alert 2. Yuri's Revenge adds a whole new set of missions focusing on the rascal, Yuri, and his badass new soldiers. Once again, it's up to you to command and conquer. Click here for the full story.
FPS on PS2 Previews (PS2)
This fall will see a whole bunch of FPS titles come to the PS2. Some are original, some are ports, some look great, and some stank. Get the whole scoop in Jeremy's roundup, FPS on PS2: A Look at Things to Come. He covers Aliens, Deus Ex, Half-Life, Project Eden, and more.
Spiderman Review (PC)
This isn't the first time our Spidey senses have tingled this year. Activision and Neversoft bring their comic-based hit, Spiderman, to the PC. It's still a bit easy and short, but that doesn't matter to all you true believers out there. Click here for the scoop on your friendly neighborhood web-slinger.
Waverace Blue Storm Preview (GC)
Waverace was a cult hit on the N64, but never saw a sequel. Nintendo rectifies the situation with Waverace Blue Storm for GameCube. Fans of jet powered watersports will get a jolt from this latest title, which sure looks pretty if nothing else. Click, click.
Monopoly Tycoon Review (PC)
This ain't yer daddy's Monopoly game. Monopoly Tycoon mixes the classic boardgame with Sim City styled play. It's a great combo, opening up new possibilities for multiplayer and adding depth that makes you actually want to play Monopoly on your PC. Click here.

Stronghold Review (PC)

November 6, 2001

Remember the good old days, when war was all about pouring boiling oil on the troops sieging your castle walls with wooden catapults? Stronghold can transport you back to sunnier days of old, when knights were bold, and, well, you know the rest. Click here.
Independence War II Review (PC)
Infogrames gives us a cinematic, epic space war game with brilliant graphics and a wonderful storyline. Independence War II suffers from some squirrelly controls, but otherwise offers up first rate intergalactic action. Click!
One Piece Mansion Review (PSX)
Thank goodness for quirky Japanese imports. Without them, our reviews would make complete sense. Capcom has brought One Piece Mansion to the US, and this wacky puzzle game offers nearly lethal doses of cuteness and bizarre gameplay. Click here.

Lady Sia Review (GBA)

November 3, 2001

TDK Mediactive brings us a whole new wave of girl-power, and let us tell you -- it's not just for girls anymore. Lady Sia is a great sidescroller for the GBA, with vibrant graphics and complex gameplay. For a bunch of old guys soured on the platform experience, this really does the trick. Click here.
F-14 Tomcat Review (GBA)
You are an F-14 pilot, patrolling and defending a no-fly zone over an unnamed gulf in the Middle East. F-14 Tomcat puts you in the cockpit, and you can imagine whatever enemies you'd like. Click!
Tetris Worlds Review (GBA)
The good old days of the Game Boy were marked by the Russian classic, Tetris. The Game Boy has evolved, and so has Tetris. Tetris Worlds gives you a whole bunch of different gameplay styles, all in a pretty package for your GBA. Click here for the full review.

Throne of Darkness Review (PC)

November 1, 2001

Sierra brings us Throne of Darkness, which looks and plays a lot like Diablo in Japan. Control a set of seven samurai as you struggle against unspeakable evil, a bizarre party formation system, and continually breaking weapons and items. We're gonna have big fun the the Daimyo tonight. Click here.
Red Faction Review (PC)
When THQ released Red Faction for PS2 last summer, it brought a whole new level of gameplay to the console system. Now, Red Faction is finally available for all you PC shooter fans, and the Geo-Mod technology is still super sweet. Welcome our latest addition, Eric, to the site by reading this review. Click here soldier.

X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse Review (GBA)

October 30, 2001

Activision brings us another X-Men title, and this one is not exactly satisfying. X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse takes the old Double Dragon route -- sidescrolling brawler. Get the whole story here.
Atlantis: The Lost Empire Review (GBA)
It's odd timing, but THQ has released Atlantis: The Lost Empire smack between the movie and the DVD. Keep the fire alive? Well, we're pretty sure this won't keep you busy until the DVD release. Click.

Black Hawk 2 Review (PS2)

October 27, 2001

Nuby offers up a nice little third-party controller for the PS2. The Black Hawk 2 features the standard macro and key-mapping functions, plus some advanced features for getting the most out of your pre-programmed moves. It's got a good feel to it, especially if you've got big hands. Click here.
Monster Rancher 3 Review (PS2)
Tecmo updates its classic monster battle series in Monster Rancher 3. Taking the game to a whole new graphical level, it still offers the same great play. And while you're checking this out, peep our big old Monster List. Click.
Heavy Metal: Geomatrix Review (DC)
Capcom brings us another 3D fighter, but this ain't no Power Stone. Heavy Metal: Geomatrix brings together Kevin Eastman and Simon Bisley as creators, but they can't save this game. Give us Julie Strain any day. Click here.
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