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06/08/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Simon and Schuster will bring us a thoroughly modern RTS. Soldiers of Anarchy has you playing through a slew of levels to eradicate an evil group trying to let the AIDS virus run rampant. What's cool about it is the serious support for modders that allows you to do everything from creating maps to scripting cutscenes. Click here.



06/08/02 | | Shawn Rider
game: .hack
Bandai will bring us a seriously bizarre RPG specifically geared towards satisfying us videogame otaku. .hack ("dot hack") is an action RPG where you play a fictional MMORPG called The World. Featuring original Japanese dialogue and an extra OVA DVD, this is one to keep an eye out for. Click here.


06/08/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
It's bizarre to see the US Army making such a PR push. First they produced that reality Web series about boot camp. Now they've created a development house, America's Army and two games: Operations and Soldiers. One is an FPS built on the new Unreal engine that should give Clancy fans and their ilk a treat. The other is an RPG. Both are free for the playing. Click for more.


06/08/02 | | Shawn Rider
It's an innocuous little screen at right, but Dave Mirra BMX XXX promises to open up a whole new hornet's nest of protest and rage from the more conservative videogame watchdog groups. If you don't want to play a game with full, video, nudity, then stay away. If that kind of thing interests you, then wait until you hear the rest. Click here for the whole story.


06/06/02 | | Aaron Stanton
game: P.O.W.
It's World War II, and here you are stuck in a P.O.W. camp. No guns, no killing, none of that traditional war game crap. Codemaster's latest endeavor, P.O.W., puts you in the role of an American prisoner trying to escape a German camp. The emphasis is on strategy, stealth, and planning the great escape. Click here for more.


06/06/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
The cel-shading technique is bringing a whole lot of games to life in a cartoony and appealing way. Sly Cooper and the Thievous Raccoonus is no exception. It looks like a cartoon and plays like a mixture of MGS and Mario. Sound like fun? Get more right here.


06/06/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Link is back, and he looks better than ever. I know, that opens us up to a lot of criticism, but folks who got to see Legend of Zelda GC in action at E3 were pleasantly surprised. Saturday morning cartoons have never looked this good, and the gameplay is incredible. Check out the soon-to-be hit right here.


06/06/02 | | Jeremy Kauffman
THQ's Red Faction brought the incredible Geo-Mod technology to gamers, and the sequel, Red Faction 2 packs even more of a punch than its predecessor. Maintaining a focus on the single-player story mode, RF2 also promises much beefier multiplayer and squad-based combat. This is definitely a title to watch for. Click here.


06/04/02 | | Aaron Stanton
game: Tron 2.0
Let the eighties nostalgia well up in you, for Tron is not gone for good. A new movie and videogame will revive Tron, and for that we are grateful. Tron 2.0 is an FPS (that data disc is way, way cool) that has you sucked back into the computer. With graphics that look about as good as the original film, this is going to be fun. Click here.


06/04/02 | | Monica Hafer
game: Vexx
What kind of game do you make for people who have played all the Mario titles, Sonic, Rayman, and a load of other platformers? You make a game like Vexx. Combining elements from the history of platform games with an eye towards adults who have grown up with them, this could be a real hit. It's not too cutesy, not too dismal, and all fun. Click here.


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This game is totally cheating.