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Command and Conquer: Renegade Review (PC)

March 20, 2002

Providing a unique experience that goes beyond the traditional FPS, Command and Conquer: Renegade is a game all you action fans do not want to miss. A great storyline, excellent gameplay, and amazing multiplayer have got us all hot and bothered about this one. Click here for the whole review.

Jak and Daxter Review (PS2)

Naughty Dog shows us how they got their reputation with Jak and Daxter. The first PS2 title to eliminate load times between levels, this game creates a seamless world for you to interact with. Great visuals and fun gameplay make it an absolute must-play title for folks the least bit interested in 3D platformers. Click here for the review.

TimeSplitters 2 Preview (PS2)

Free Radical Designs and Eidos will bring us the highly anticipated sequel to last fall's best PS2 FPS title. TimeSplitters 2 promises to make the most of the design team's experience with other great titles like Goldeneye on N64. A good sense of humor, involving gameplay, and all the bells and whistles we want should build this into the FPS for PS2. Click!

Time Is Running Out -- Enter the PaRappa Contest Now

Our PaRappa the Rapper 2 Rhyme Contest has gotten some great entries, but we want to hear a lot more. Break out those mics and drop some rhymes on us. Four winners will walk away with a copy of PaRappa the Rapper 2, and one big winner will get a brand new PS2 to go with their copy of the game. How can you even think of passing this up? Click to win.

Mall Tycoon Review (PC)

The whole "tycoon" world is a vicious scene. It takes some serious skills to compete, and Mall Tycoon just doesn't have them. Simple gameplay and mediocre everything else give this title a seriously lackluster sheen. Click here for the details.

Beach Head 2002 Review (PC)

March 7, 2002

Finally all those folks who think genre titles like arcade shooters with repetitive and shallow gameplay are for console systems can be proved wrong. Beach Head 2002 is an arcade shooter that wouldn't be any more well-received on a console, and unless you're REALLY into arcade shooters, we suggest you avoid it. Click here.

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2 Review (GC)

We've seen the Miracleman on the PS2 and Xbox. Now he's on the Gamecube. Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2 on the GC is about what you'd expect. It's not a bad game, but it's not a great game either. Huge levels, pro riders, and tons of tricks are the highlights. What are the downs? You'll have to click here.

Demonworld: Dark Armies Review (PC)

Xicat Interactive is a new company, and they're trying hard. Their big success is Takeda, which you can read about here on GF! Another of their titles, Demonworld: Dark Armies, is not going to help solidify their position in the gaming industry. Cruddiness abounds throughout, and we regretfully encourage you to click here.

PaRappa the Rapper 2 Review (PS2)

March 5, 2002

Sony's hip-hop hound is coming back atcha on the PS2. PaRappa the Rapper 2 offers up more of what we've come to love from the series. Super catchy rap songs, addictive gameplay, and a new multiplayer mode make this a not-to-be-missed title. Whatcha waiting for? Click.

PaRappa the Rapper 2 Rhyme Contest Update

We've received some good entries into our PaRappa the Rapper 2 Rhyme Contest, but we need a lot more. Right now, everyone has a great chance to win one of five copies of PaRappa 2 and a brand new PlayStation 2. So break out those mics and drop some rhymes on us. Click to win.

Serious Sam: The Second Encounter Review (PC)

Those geniuses at Croteam are back with the sequel to their surprise hit. Serious Sam: The Second Encounter packs more of what you loved about Serious Sam. Serious monsters, serious weapons, and seriously amazing graphics combine to make this one seriously fun. FPS fans don't miss this. Click here.

PaRappa the Rapper 2 Rhyme Contest

February 26, 2002

Sony and GF! are teaming up to give away FIVE COPIES of PaRappa the Rapper 2 and a BRAND NEW PlayStation 2 in our PaRappa the Rapper 2 Rhyme Contest. How can I be a winner, you ask? Make a great rap, record it, and send it to us. Get all the details and enter here.

Codename: Outbreak Review (PC)

Coming at us for a discounted price, Codename: Outbreak is one of the flagship Virgin Interactive extra value titles. Unfortunately dated graphics and gameplay can't compete with the full price titles out now, and this game doesn't even come close to a copy of Half-Life, available at nearly the same low price. Click here.
Fighting Legends Online Review (PC)
Maximum Charisma Studios brings us a bizarre MMORPG game called Fighting Legends Online. Contrary to the title, this is not a fighting game, and that's the least of its problems. Plagued by slow gameplay and requiring you to submit a credit card number just to install this bad boy, it's perhaps best left alone. Click here.
Dig Dug Deeper Review (PC)
The Atari classic is back, and this time it's, well, just about the same. 3D graphics can't improve Dig Dug; the game was good enough already. Dig Dug Deeper features spiffier visuals and some different elements than the original, but mostly it's the same kind of diggin' and duggin' gameplay suitable for all ages and skills. Click here.
Monsters Inc. Scream Team Review (PS1)
Sony Computer Entertainment America brings us Monsters Inc. Scream Team, a PSone platformer that puts you in the role of those lovable scamps from Disney/Pixar's hit film. This is a quality game that will keep the young ones busy for awhile (but probably not up at night). Click here.

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