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11/08/02 | | Jeremy Kauffman
Eidos brings us the highly anticipated TimeSplitters 2, and this time around the game has no apologies to make. The single player mode is great fun, especially playing it with a friend, and the multiplayer mode is perhaps the most robust thing going right now on a console.



11/08/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
THQ has scored more than an ordinary hit with Red Faction 2. Building on the original installment of the series, RF2 offers an amazing story of the kind we don\'t often see in videogames. Sure, the Geo Mod technology is still there, and still fun as hell, but this one is about telling a good tale, and we commend its success.


11/08/02 | | Jeremy Kauffman
There\'s something different about Eidos\' controversial new hit: It\'s serious, it\'s graphically violent, and it\'s really, really good. Hitman 2: Silent Assassin has all the ambience, visual beauty, and emotional resonance as a Godfather movie, and that\'s probably a big part of the reason certain people fear it. Our man, Jeremy, does a number on it.


11/06/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Rockstar\'s now-classic off-road combat driving franchise makes its way to the Gamecube. Smuggler\'s Run: Warzones features exotic locales, lots of vehicular mayhem, and a kinder, gentler form of international smuggling. Click here.


11/06/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
game: Whacked!
There have been some good videogame gameshow parodies and there have been some bad ones. Microsoft\'s Whacked! falls somewhere in the middle. With nice visuals, lots of wackiness, and online play capabilities we dig it, but overall it\'s a bit simple. Welcome our newest GF! team member, Colin, by clicking here.


11/06/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Take Two Interactive brings us a sequel to their popular castle sim. Stonghold: Crusader allows you to play through somewhat historically based campaigns through the Holy Land and features a more robust real time strategy component. Build it up and tear it down. Click here.


11/01/02 | | Monica Hafer
Infogrames does it to us again with Taz: Wanted (available now for all systems). Taz gets to star in his own platform adventure, and it\'s mostly belching and spinning. Monica took the PS2 version for a spin, and gives her take here. Jason took the Xbox and Gamecube versions. and he has a slightly different take on it. Read \'em both.


11/01/02 | | Jeremy Kauffman
Who cares what Arnie is doing these days, especially when you get to play your own action hero in Terminator: Dawn of Fate. The upside is that this title is really fun to look at -- great gameplay graphics and well-done cutscenes. The downside is that this title is really painful to play. Click here.


11/01/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Larian Studios and CDV have teamed up to bring us what is probably the sleeper PC RPG hit of the year. Divine Divinity doesn\'t blaze a lot of new trails, but it does offer one of the most satisfying, engaging, and thoroughly enjoyable gameplay experiences we\'ve had. RPG fans cannot miss this one. Click here.


11/01/02 | | Eric Qualls
No other series has changed the face of gaming so much in the past few years. Neversoft, Activision and Tony Hawk have pretty much single-handedly established the extreme sports genre, and Tony Hawk\'s Pro Skater 4 is a major evolution of design and content. Featuring enough new stuff to make the most hardcore THPS fans happy and enough beginner stuff to make it accessible to newbies, you need this game. Click here.


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