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06/05/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
game: Mythica
Microsoft has asked itself some deep questions lately: How best to invigorate a crowded fantasy MMORPG environment? What's better than playing a Viking? From whence do we derive six out of the seven English names for days of the week? The answer: Norse Gods. Mythica puts you in the role of an immortal Norse hero hoping to add "ruthless deity" to his resume. Impress the existing Pantheon, and you might find yourself reaping the rewards.



06/05/03 | | Aaron Stanton
game: Hannibal
Step into the role of FBI Special Agent Clarice Starling as she works to track and capture the infamous Hannibal Lechter. Hannibal promises plenty of creeptastic gameplay by implementing a stress system that works a lot like the insanity system from Eternal Darkness. This could be very cool.


06/05/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Bethesda is sticking with their proven formula of creating very deep RPGs with very pretty graphics and hundreds of hours of gameplay. Pirates of the Caribbean merely shares the name of the film; make no mistake that this is really a stand-alone game hoping to attract some duly deserved attention with name recognition. And there's no doubt that this is a contender for best pirate game ever.


06/05/03 | | Jeremy Kauffman
Sony's sure to have another hit on their hands, and GT fans will simply have another "hit" when Gran Turismo 4 comes out, hopefully sometime next year. Featuring enhanced graphics, physics, and AI, the big draw this time around is sure to be the online multiplayer. Start your engines!


06/05/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
category: archive
The folks over at NCSoft have been plugging away at City of Heroes, which is looking very nice. Featuring an incredibly robust character creation mode, this game promises to put you into the role of a working superhero, complete with evil archnemesis and all. Where do we sign up? Click here for more.


06/05/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
game: Mythica
category: archive
Microsoft has asked itself some deep questions lately: How best to invigorate a crowded fantasy MMORPG environment? What's better than playing a Viking? From whence do we derive six out of the seven English names for days of the week? The answer: Norse Gods. Mythica puts you in the role of an immortal Norse hero hoping to add "ruthless deity" to his resume. Impress the existing Pantheon, and you might find yourself reaping the rewards. Click here for the whole preview.


06/05/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
category: archive
Bethesda is sticking with their proven formula of creating very deep RPGs with very pretty graphics and hundreds of hours of gameplay. Pirates of the Caribbean merely shares the name of the film; make no mistake that this is really a stand-alone game hoping to attract some duly deserved attention with name recognition. And there's no doubt that this is a contender for best pirate game ever. Click.


06/05/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
category: archive
Sony's sure to have another hit on their hands, and GT fans will simply have another "hit" when Gran Turismo 4 comes out, hopefully sometime next year. Featuring enhanced graphics, physics, and AI, the big draw this time around is sure to be the online multiplayer. Start your engines! Click.


05/26/03 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Activision is still early in the development of their latest Spider-Man game, Spider-Man 2, which is set to coincide with the release of the second film. This time around, Spidey has access to the streets of Manhattan, and thanks to a liberal dose of THPS4-style mission assignment, he now takes on side missions for a much more robust gaming challenge. If you enjoyed the last game, then this one should be on your list.


05/26/03 | | Matt James
Bringing the sidescrolling brawler back after all these years, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles looks to be a really wonderful reincarnation of the arcade classic we knew and loved. Of course, this isn't all yesterday's gaming: Featuring voices and animation from the current series, the new TMNT experience should satisfy old fans and the new recruits.


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