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PC Review - 'Sacred'

by Ben Zackheim on April 30, 2004 @ 2:17 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

The player can choose from 6 playable characters, each with their own individual characteristics and style. The more reserved role-player might prefer the Battle Mage or the Wood Elf, while admirers of traditional fantasy characters can take on the role of the Gladiator or Dark Elf. If the player fancies a different approach then the Seraphim, a follower of the mystical Angels, or the bloodthirsty Vampiress might clench their thirst.

PS2 Review - 'Rainbow Six 3'

by Hank on April 28, 2004 @ 1:45 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Rainbow Six 3 offers the most thrilling and realistic single- and multi-player counter-terrorist experience available anywhere. The PS2 version features exclusive content (single- and multi-player missions) and a very cool split screen feature for 2-player, offline cooperative gameplay.

Xbox Review - 'Alias'

by Agustin on April 27, 2004 @ 1:49 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Alias is a third-person action adventure containing a unique blend of action and stealth that puts you under fire and under pressure. Whether you're up against the clock or being hunted by the enemy, fighting against the odds or fleeing for your life, the action is relentless. Utilize your incredible spyware and array of disguises to complete the most dangerous covert missions across the globe. Experience all the heart-stopping action and tension of the award winning TV series.

PC Review - 'Painkiller'

by Alanix on April 26, 2004 @ 1:49 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Painkiller is a first-person horror shooter, designed to satisfy the gamer's hunger for intense, fast-paced action. You are Painkiller, a mercenary for hire, charged with cleaning out nests of the undead. But an unholy pact with a demon unknowingly puts you square in the middle of a fight for control of the underworld... with the future of humanity hanging in the balance.

PS2 Review - 'NBA Ballers'

by The Cookie Snatcher on April 22, 2004 @ 1:41 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

NBA Ballers features current NBA stars such as Tracy McGrady, Chris Webber and Kobe Bryant, and NBA Legends including George Gervin, Magic Johnson and Wilt Chamberlain. NBA Ballers online for PlayStation 2 enables gamers to take on the world in online tournaments and ladder challenges while they risk everything from licensed cars to mansions to other ballers that they've collected in winning games.

PC Review - 'One Must Fall: Battlegrounds'

by Justin on April 21, 2004 @ 1:41 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Ever wish you were a 90-foot-tall robot, beating the snot out of other huge robots in a futuristic mega-sport? Sure you have. We all have, and this is your chance - One Must Fall: Battlegrounds puts you in control of enormous robots, letting you fight to become a champion in the greatest spectator sport of all time.

PS2 Review - 'Corvette'

by Hank on April 19, 2004 @ 1:21 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Live the dream. Drive the car. Play the game! Celebrate Corvette’s 50th anniversary in style with over 80 fantastic Corvette models to choose from. It all takes place on an obstacle filled race down Route 66 from Chicago to LA.

PS2 Review - 'Fight Night 2004'

by Alanix on April 17, 2004 @ 1:20 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Get ready for the fight of your life as EA SPORTS returns to the world of boxing with EA SPORTS 'Fight Night 2004'. Built from the ground up to deliver all the drama and pageantry of a heavyweight title bout, EA SPORTS FIGHT NIGHT 2004 is the most authentic boxing experience to date, sporting a dramatic new-school attitude, a dynamic new cinematic approach, and revolutionary boxing gameplay.

PC Review - 'Unreal Tournament 2004'

by Eric on April 16, 2004 @ 1:25 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Unreal Tournament 2004 is the next evolution of the greatest competitive computer game ever created. The addition of new modes, mods and maps as well as the controllable land-, air- and space-based vehicles, means Unreal fans are getting an entirely new experience featuring devastating vehicular combat and wide scale warfare.

GBA Review - 'Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow'

by Agustin on April 16, 2004 @ 12:56 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow will push the original version to the limits of the stealth/action genre. Sam Fisher is now launched into a series of new adventures. The player will continue controlling Sam Fisher in a 2D Perspective Side-Scroller game. Read more for the full review ...

PS2 Review - 'Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm'

by The Cookie Snatcher on April 15, 2004 @ 1:33 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

While the Cubans revel in their newfound democracy, the Colombian drug cartel that financed the failed revolution has set its sites on a new target. Readying a retaliatory blow against its own American-allied government, the Columbian cartel rocks the capital with severe explosions, including one that severely damages the American embassy. Hearing the Colombian government's cry for support, the U.S. sends in the Ghosts to deliver deadly justice to the Colombian cartel and end their ever-accelerating agenda of terror.

PS2 Review - 'Seven Samurai 20XX'

by Hank on April 14, 2004 @ 2:22 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Seven Samurai 20XX puts players in the role of the young Ronin Natoe. At first fighting the enemy alone as they begin laying siege to the human’s one and only city, Natoe soon finds himself the protector of the humans’ last hope, the Holy Child, and ultimately the leader of a band of warriors united to protect her against the invaders. Seven Samurai 20XX engages players with an experience that combines compelling storytelling, delivered through superb cinematic cut-scenes, with intense melee-style combat. Players will use a variety of ancient fighting styles in the game, employing an arsenal of moves and attacks that grow with their mastery of the samurai way.

PC Review - 'The FirePower'

by Thomas Leaf on April 14, 2004 @ 2:00 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

The FirePower philosophy is to create the most realistic air combat experience possible. The veterans of the Second World War are leaving us at a rate of 1000+ a day. FirePower for Microsoft Combat Simulator 3, commemorates their skill and sacrifice by providing the player with an air combat experience like never before.

PC Review - ' Desert Rats vs. Afrika Korps'

by Ben Zackheim on April 13, 2004 @ 2:27 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

A real-time tactical game boasting single and multiplayer modes, Desert Rats vs. Afrika Korps immerses you into the explosive campaigns that took place in North Africa during World War II. Set across two campaigns and twenty missions, you take the role of either friend or foe as you follow the fascinating destinies of an English and a German hero who were once friends and who are now constrained to fight each other in this “war without hate”.

PS2 Review - 'Drakengard'

by Thomas Leaf on April 13, 2004 @ 1:53 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Drakengard tells the tale of love, lore, sacrifice and obligation focusing on the main character Kyme, his sister Friae, and her fiance and Kyme's childhood friend, Yuvalt. Players will be in for a thrilling ride as they battle on land and in the skies. Not only will the player's attributes evolve throughout the game, his contracted dragon will also mature as the game progresses, changing in appearance and abilities.

Xbox Review - 'Tenchu: Return from Darkness'

by Agustin on April 12, 2004 @ 1:00 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Set in the late 1570's, one year after the original Tenchu, Tenchu: Return from Darkness allows players to assume the role of the ninjas Rikimaru, Ayame or the mysterious Tesshu as they battle the evil Tenrai and his six lords of darkness. As silent assassins, players must use cunning, strategy, deadly stealth and an arsenal of weapons to overcome dangerous missions and defend the Japanese countryside from Tenrai's armies.

PC Review - 'Rainbow Six 3: Athena Sword'

by Alanix on April 12, 2004 @ 12:52 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

The elite multinational squad of counter-terrorist operatives returns in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3: Athena Sword, the first mission pack of the wildly successful Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield. They defeated the diabolical plot of a terrorist mastermind in the smash-hit PC game Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield. But a few desperate remnants of the organization remain - and Team RAINBOW won't rest until terror has been vanquished and the world is safe.

Xbox Review - 'The Suffering'

by Tony "OUberLord" Mitera on April 11, 2004 @ 2:04 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

In the dark world of The Suffering, creatures attack from the shadows and emerge from jail cells, chambers, the ground and trees, surprising the player in the most disturbing ways possible. As Torque, the main character, players encounter a cast of uniquely hardened criminals, prison guards and grotesque apparitions. Read more for the full review ...

PC Review - 'CSI: Dark Motives'

by Alanix on April 10, 2004 @ 3:17 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

CSI: Dark Motives is a first-person adventure game that will test players' nerves and intellect as they examine crime scenes, question witnesses and analyze evidence utilizing the latest in forensic equipment. The new CSI PC game features a number of gameplay improvements including in-depth evidence examination, scalable difficulty and more interactive lab functionality. CSI: Dark Motives will once again feature the likenesses and voices of the entire CSI cast.

Gamecube Review - 'Bomberman Jetters'

by Agustin on April 9, 2004 @ 1:19 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

One of the most explosive franchises for the GameCube returns as Majesco is gearing up to release Bomberman Jetters, the Japanese smash-hit and newest installment to the 'Bomberman' series. Bomberman Jetters features a variety of gaming options, including the stylish and adventurous single-player campaign and the franchise's trademark multi-player mode.