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PSOne Review - 'Power Play: Sports Trivia'

by The Cookie Snatcher on May 31, 2002 @ 5:43 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Think You Got Game? Time to put up or shut up with Power Play Sports Trivia! Take on 4,000 brain-bruising questions from the wide, wide world of football, basketball, baseball, and hockey. Show what you know with 2 Tenacious Trivia Modes - Tournament: Up to 4 players face off to decide who’s got the fastest fingers and the maddest skills, and Last Man Standing: Avoid 5 wrong answers and go for the longest winning streak in history. Climb the ranking ladder, reach the Hall of Fame, and become a Trivia Legend. Did we reach the "Hall of Fame" or the "Hall Of Shame"?

PC Review - 'Soldier Of Fortune II : Double Helix'

by Rainier on May 29, 2002 @ 5:30 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

In Soldier of Fortune 2 players once again assume the role of John Mullins, a military consultant working for the top-secret anti-terrorist group known as The Shop. In the game, players must tackle a wide-range of missions from hostage rescue and intelligence gathering, to search-and-destroy. Level design in Soldier of Fortune 2 is flexible enough to allow for multiple styles of play. Gamers can “hit ‘em hard” with a frontal assault or use stealth weapons for a subtle approach. I got a bit trigger happy, not only with the game but also with the screenshots .. 80 beauties for you people to enjoy (so it might load a little slow) .. this game ROCKS!

PS One Review: Hooters Roadtrip

by The Cookie Snatcher on May 28, 2002 @ 6:01 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Gas-Up and Buckle-In for some good ol' Full-Throttle Action as you 'Bust-Out' on a White-Knuckle Rally Race across Hooters USA for the Ultimate Prize: a chance to Kick Back with the Fun-Lovin' Hooters Girls of Hooters USA! Hooters Girls: Take first place for your chance to hang out with georgoeus Hooters girls! Ermmm think i prefer to keep my money and waste it on some Hooters Girls instead of this game ... find out why!

PS2 Review : 'The Operative: No One Lives Forever'

by The Cookie Snatcher on May 24, 2002 @ 4:02 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Assume the role of Cate Archer, a beautiful but deadly Operative working for UNITY - a super secret organization fighting to free the world from the clutches of H.A.R.M. From tense subterfuge to in-your-face combat, No One Lives Forever ups the ante for plot-driven, 1960's-influenced spy action with killer weapons, vivid international locales and deadly arch villains. Equipped with an arsenal of powerful weapons and spy gadgets, you must rely on your quick wit and stealth to protect humanity from twisted madmen bent upon world domination. Did the game get stuck in the 60's ? Or did we wish we were born in the 60's? Find out!

PC Review - Warlords BattleCry II

by The Six Billion Dollar Man on May 21, 2002 @ 2:29 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Experience a unique combination of role-playing heroes and real-time strategy game play. Build Hero warriors in the Warlord's fantasy world of Etheria and develop them into unique classes such as Death Knight, Assassin or Ice Mage. A new single player campaign delivers 12 unique sides, new terrain and new magical effects. Create multiple heroes and track their courage in the single player campaign or over the Internet. Does this sequel capture our interest, or did it capture dust? Read on!

PC Review - Battle Realms

by Rainier on May 20, 2002 @ 12:48 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Battle Realms is a fantasy real-time strategy innovation inspired by kung-fu movies and Japanese mythology. Players assume the role of the hero Kenji as they develop a village of peasants into a clan of highly specialized warriors. They must defend their village against barbarians, evil magicians and deadly ninja. Battle Realms puts the focus of gameplay on the battlefield and features detailed 3D environments, realistic weather effects and a unique battle gear system to advance the abilities of your warriors. It was a long battle, but our review is finally here ;) Njoy!

PC Review : 'The Elder Scrolls III - Morrowind'

by Rainier on May 9, 2002 @ 1:10 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind is the third chapter in the epic, award winning RPG series and a game designed to redefine the genre by presenting the most detailed virtual world ever created. Five years have passed since the release of the last epic role playing game set in the rich fantasy universe of The Elder Scrolls. Now the acclaimed series that includes Arena and Daggerfall is poised to take the world by storm again. Does the game deliver what it has been hyped up to be ? Find out for yourself .. Read More!

PC Review - Die Hard : Nakatomi Plaza

by Rainier on April 23, 2002 @ 2:10 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza combines the exciting elements of the original blockbuster movie with a pulse-pounding adventure game set in an interactive 3D environment. This single-player game features an event-driven storyline that follows John McClane in his life and death struggle to overcome a group of greedy terrorists, and in the process, save his wife, the other hostages, and hopefully himself. Staying true to the original story, the entire game takes place in the 40-story Nakatomi Plaza office building on Christmas Eve, with our hero "accidentally" called upon to thwart a large scale burglary attempt by a band of trigger-happy terrorists. Whats the verdict? Read more and find out!

PC Review - Star Wars Jedi Outcast: Jedi Knight II

by Patrick on April 21, 2002 @ 2:08 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

The return to one of interactive entertainment's most successful game series will feature a partnership between LucasArts and Activision, Inc., through its developer Raven Software, which will result in the incorporation of the acclaimed QUAKE III Arena engine in the development of Jedi Outcast. Raven Software has created many critically celebrated action titles, and are also well know for their Sof (and upcoming Sof2). So does this game do the Star Wars brand name right, or does it fade away like the DeathStar?

XBOX Review : Jet Set Radio Future

by The Cookie Snatcher on April 15, 2002 @ 12:21 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

JSRF – Jet Set Radio Future uses the power of the Xbox to create living, breathing cities that are filled with opportunities. Featuring unique anime-style graphics, new tricks and incredible stunts, JSRF – Jet Set Radio Future brings the hippest game ever into a futuristic world. Choose a character, strap on your rocket powered skates and immerse yourself in the vast environments. The story unfolds depending upon which areas of the game you explore. Along the way, you’ll compete with rival gangs, be chased by the cops and perhaps discover something unthinkable. Wherever your adventure takes you, it’s all about extreme skating, extreme action and of course extreme style. Did we extremely like it, or did it extremely bore us?

PC Review: Moraff's Maximum Mahjongg 2

by Patrick on April 11, 2002 @ 7:43 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Moraff's Maximum Mahjongg is more than just tiles. Match up objects like spheres, rings, photos, letters, blocks and more. In fact, there are over 200 unique tilesets to choose from, and you can even make more of your own!. With over 125 layouts, 1000 background and even 40 cursors to choose from, every game will be a new experience with a fresh new theme. Find out what the verdict was...

GameCube Review : Pac-Man World 2

by The Cookie Snatcher on April 3, 2002 @ 1:53 p.m. PST | Filed under Reviews

Pac-Man is on a brand new adventure and once again dealing with the pesky Ghost Gang. His new quest takes him through 6 new lands with plenty of new surprises. Brand new features include ice skating, roller blading, submarine diving and many other exciting puzzles to solve. Read more and find out wether the yellow pokedot still has its magic after decades or if it has decayed. Either way, NJOY!

XBOX Review : Knockout Kings 2002

by The Cookie Snatcher on April 2, 2002 @ 12:10 p.m. PST | Filed under Reviews

Knockout Kings 2002 features an all new game engine with the fastest, most intense boxing action in the series. Lace on the gloves and experience first-hand the thrills of boxing's biggest moments, most devastating combinations, improved mobility, dazzling footwork, crushing blows and the best looking boxers ever. A long list of the greatest boxers of all time allows the fight fan to create countless dream bouts with such legendary fighters as Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, Roberto Duran, and Sugar Ray Leonard. Did the game REALLY knock us out, or did we just pass out of boredom?

PC Review: Disciples II - Dark Prophecy

by Rainier on April 1, 2002 @ 10:45 p.m. PST | Filed under Reviews

Disciples II: Dark Prophecy returns gamers to the magical realm of the Sacred Lands where four races - the Empire, the Mountain Clans, the Legions of the Damned and the Undead Hordes - continue the battle for the destiny of their Gods. A decade after the First Great War, the final prophecy continues to unfold. Deep within the crevices of the Sacred Lands, the Chosen One has emerged, fated to bring salvation to some and destruction to others. Braced with renewed faith and newfound conviction, each race must once again take up the sword for the sake of their people and the glory of their God. Did this game cut it? Or did we cut the game?

PS2 Review: Fatal Frame

by The Cookie Snatcher on March 19, 2002 @ 11:42 p.m. PST | Filed under Reviews

Based on a true story, Fatal Frame (to be distributed in Europe by Wanadoo end 2002 titled "Project Zero"), a horror adventure game, leaves its victims breathless as they become immersed in a world full of supernatural spirits and sheer terror. Fatal Frame takes place in a dilapidated, haunted mansion and nearby surrounding area. Unlike other survival horror games which focus on heavy combat with traditional weapons such as handguns and shotguns, the unique twist in Fatal Frame is that the player is guided by Miko’s sixth sense and armed only with an antique camera. The designers focused heavily on developing a creepy, unsettling game atmosphere, complete with darkened hallways, sticky cobwebs, and rotting staircases where Miku sets out to solve the mystery of her brother's disappearance.

PS2 Review: 'Maximo - Ghosts To Glory'

by The Cookie Snatcher on March 14, 2002 @ 10:42 p.m. PST | Filed under Reviews

Today we take a look at Capcom's "Maximo: Ghosts to Glory", an all new 3-D action adventure game for the PS2. In this original creation from Capcom, players control the fate of the gallant hero Maximo who returns home to find his kingdom in shambles. Not only is the countryside filled with hordes of the roaming undead thanks to his once trusted adviser Achille, but the scoundrel has imprisoned four beautiful sorceresses and forced Maximo's beloved, Sophia to marry him. Maximo must even confront the Grim Reaper himself as Achille's actions create havoc resounding throughout the underworld. Presented in a playful setting, Maximo must rescue the four sorceresses, restore good to the kingdom, kick Achille's butt and get back his girl.

PS2 Review: Gitaroo Man

by The Cookie Snatcher on March 8, 2002 @ 8:56 p.m. PST | Filed under Reviews

An entirely new type of music entertainment game – an action game based on music! Amidst the battle with the Gravillian family, the only thing standing between the people and certain doom is a young boy and his “Gitaroo”. A game where music, the weapon of choice, will draw the player deep into a musical frenzy and the beat will set him free ... or will it make you run in fear??

Xbox Review: Batman Vengeance

by The Cookie Snatcher on Feb. 26, 2002 @ 8:15 a.m. PST | Filed under Reviews

Based on the Emmy-award winning Warner Bros. animated series The New Batman Adventures and featuring the DC Comics legendary hero, Ubi Soft is developing the first 3D Batman title for Microsoft's Xbox, Batman: Vengeance. Developed internally in Ubi Soft's Montreal studios, with a story scripted specifically for the game. Does this game live up to the hype or should we hide it inside our batcave?!

PC Review: ConQuest - Frontier Wars

by Rainier on Feb. 22, 2002 @ 9:26 a.m. PST | Filed under Reviews

Finally it has arrived! My long awaited Conquest : Frontier Wars review is here ... i wanted to get it up during our current free games contest .. so in case you have not entered the drawing for a free copy (and strategy guide) check out the review and then give it a go, you sure have better chances than winning the lottery ;)

PC Review: Nascar Racing 2002 Season

by Rainier on Feb. 19, 2002 @ 10:04 p.m. PST | Filed under Reviews

Building on the highly acclaimed 3D physics engine of NASCAR Racing 4, NASCAR Racing 2002 Season's new sound system and enhanced photo-realistic graphics capture the heart-pounding intensity of actual NASCAR racing better than ever. In addition, the innovative new replay editor allows users to add sound and graphics to saved replays in order to create highlight reels of their favorite races. Did it race to the finish? Or did it crash and burn?