The face of the city has changed. Forever. Buildings that once ruled the cities are dwarfed by Skyscrapers that strewn the landscape of the future. The laws of rush-hour have changed. Forever. Since the invention of the antiGrav technology, public transport is not bound to earth anymore. Millions of commuters go about their lives following the beams as they drive their antiGrav cars through the huge canyons of the biggest metropolis on the planet.
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In Chase, players will take the role of Chase Corrada, a young sexy stuntwoman, who is starting her promising career as a movie stunt driver. Chase will take players through four unique movie sets including a gangster movie setting, a post-apocalyptic movie set and more. Players will not only drive traditional four wheeled vehicles, but will also have motorcycles, a three wheeled Ramen delivery Tuk-Tuk and a large missile truck at their disposal. check our verdict in this daring review!
by The Cookie Snatcher on Nov. 12, 2002 @ 5:31 a.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
In the game, Sub Rebellion, players are taken back to 2139, a time when the earth’s tectonic plates began to shift, producing massive seismic activity throughout the world. As most of the worlds land began to sink into the sea, civilizations changed forever. Survivors of this era had to adapt to the new conditions of life under and above the sea.. By 2145 two factions arose, the Melgis Empire and the Alliance Army. The Alliance, in a desperate attempt to turn the tides on the war, deployed the experimental Clonus attack submarine.
by Tony "OUberLord" Mitera on Nov. 9, 2002 @ 4:54 a.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
H.A.R.M. is back with only one obstacle to thwart their quest for world domination: Cate Archer, the beautiful but deadly UNITY operative who foiled their last nefarious plot. The world's most deadly assassins are summoned with one simple objective. They must kill Cate Archer. Meanwhile, the United States has uncovered a top secret Soviet project that, if successful, could bring about a third World War. Can Cate avert a nuclear holocaust and simultaneously stay out of H.A.R.M.'s way? Check out our silent killer of a review ..
by The Cookie Snatcher on Nov. 8, 2002 @ 5:58 a.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
The Scorpion King for the GameCube is an action/adventure game that brings you to the time before the events of The Scorpion King film. In this exciting new story, the hero, Mathayus undergoes new journeys to exotic locations and experiences dangerous quests. The player gets to live it all as Mathayus. The movie was acceptable in quality, read our review and find out if the game is too ..
by The Cookie Snatcher on Nov. 4, 2002 @ 9:14 p.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
Run Like Hell puts you into the most suspenseful sci-fi adventure you can imagine. Try to stay alive and combat the danger that lurks around every dark corner. Some things are worse than death... You can run, but you can't hide from Interplay's PlayStation2 action/adventure tour de force, Run Like Hell. Digital Mayhem has built a system of creepy camera perspectives, suspenseful animation and music and a deep storyline to make Run Like Hell the first really scary game on the PS2. Check out what we thought of it ...
by Tony "OUberLord" Mitera on Nov. 4, 2002 @ 5:17 a.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
The object of Deathrow is for you to win matches by whatever means necessary, either by scoring as many points as possible before time runs out, or by severely injuring your opponents and removing them from the field of combat. As the game begins, two teams of four players square off in a combat arena to compete in an intense, unmediated slugfest to determine the champion. As you engage in fierce hand-to-hand combat with highly intelligent AI opponents seeking retribution for not only themselves, but also for their fallen teammates, you'll soon understand the sacrifices necessary to become the supreme team of the league. Check out our brutal review!
by Tony "OUberLord" Mitera on Nov. 2, 2002 @ 10:12 p.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
In Earth & Beyond, players become captains of their own starships and live futuristic galactic adventures as they explore, trade and fight with thousands of others. In addition, because this is a living, dynamic universe, players will face new challenges over time as the developers add sectors, planets, missions, monsters, characters, features, evolving plot lines and more. Check out our spaced out review!
by The Cookie Snatcher on Oct. 31, 2002 @ 6:37 p.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
At the end of World War I, a group of Nazi war criminals fled to South America. There, they heard rumors of strange creatures in the area… and what they uncovered promised to give them the ability to reclaim their intended glory. Their evil research has pieced together ancient lore connecting three ancient artifacts that promise a power never before seen on earth if all are brought together. However, to the Nazi’s chagrin, there is an older, deeper evil at work here. And the only person who can save the world from these two terrible evils, is our super-sexy, super-lethal, super-natural heroine. Check out our horrific review!
by The Six Billion Dollar Man on Oct. 30, 2002 @ 3:30 a.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City will surpass the unprecedented gameplay, cinematic graphics and immersive audio experience that gamers associate with Grand Theft Auto 3, which was released in October 2001 and has rapidly become the fastest selling, highest grossing game for PS2 to-date, with global sales exceeding 6 million units. Check out to read about our first impression...
by The Cookie Snatcher on Oct. 24, 2002 @ 11:44 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
Experience the wild, off-road adventures of 4x4 EVO 2 in over 32 expansive, outdoor courses set in a variety of diverse locations around the world. Trek into unpredictable, jaw-dropping environments and diverse mission-based adventures ranging from locating a downed plane in the Grand Canyon to the discovery of a lost Mayan city in a Central American jungle.
by The Cookie Snatcher on Oct. 20, 2002 @ 3:49 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, is a single player lite-RPG where the player follows the storyline of The Fellowship of the Ring, the first volume of J.R.R. Tolkien's saga. Throughout the game, the player will have control over the Fellowship members, at times controlling up to nine characters at once. This title is considered a lite-RPG since it will streamline the usual number-crunching found in most RPG's and simplify it to a more action-oriented, quick-paced format. Combat is turn-based, like most RPG's, but will provide a default AI that will control character actions if the player so chooses.
by The Cookie Snatcher on Oct. 16, 2002 @ 8:30 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
The Fellowship of the Ring is a single-player action-adventure game featuring Frodo, Gandalf and Aragorn. It is based on the first part of J.R.R. Tolkien's epic novel "The Lord of the Rings." From the peaceful lands of the Shire through the darkness of Moria, to the River Anduin, the player must gather the Fellowship and protect the One Ring from the Dark Lord Sauron. It didn't fare well, check out why ...
by The Cookie Snatcher on Oct. 13, 2002 @ 6:30 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
After the enigmatic disappearance of an American scientific expedition in the uncharted and frozen wastelands of the Antarctic, a military rescue team is sent in to investigate. Within these inhospitable surroundings the team encounters a strange shape-shifting alien life-form that assumes the appearance of people that it kills. The game brings fear and suspense to unimaginable levels, with a compelling plot and unique gameplay elements based upon action, evasion, trust and fear. Forget everything you ever learned about obliterating alien species with a simple barrage of violent ammunition - this monster is difficult to see, hard to kill, and seemingly impossible to evade. And when you actually see The Thing, it's often too late…
by The Cookie Snatcher on Oct. 10, 2002 @ 6:34 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
Michael Schumacher Racing World Kart 2002 is a very fast and highly enjoyable game that invites gamers to step behind the wheel of racing karts and experience the incredible speed and excitement behind the sport where Schumacher’s successful racing career began. Did the game score a pole position or did it crash'n burn? Read more to find out!
by The Cookie Snatcher on Oct. 9, 2002 @ 4:06 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
Return to the frigid north of the Forgotten Realms in the sequel to the critically acclaimed Icewind Dale. This exciting high-fantasy action adventure unites 3rd Edition Dungeons & Dragons rules, new character classes and races. Enhancements such as auto balancing game-play and an upgraded Infinity Engine allow for more dynamic battles than ever before. Icewind Dale II delivers the depth of gameplay expected by Action-RPG fans while providing an attractive entry point players new to the genre. Check out the verdict!
by The Cookie Snatcher on Oct. 1, 2002 @ 10:31 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
'Outlaw Golf' will take golf fans through realistic and challenging simulations allowing players to spin, hook, slice and break with dexterity as they compete in tournaments, exhibitions and even play for money against outlaws and social outcasts including Doc Digler and Killer Miller, a 'released on a technicality' death row inmate. An original concept for a Golf game and it sounds like fun. But WAS it fun? Read more and find out!
by The Cookie Snatcher on Sept. 26, 2002 @ 10:57 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
Capturing the intrigue, danger and heroism of Allied escape attempts from POW camps during World War II, Prisoner of War is a new kind of escape adventure. Its gameplay delivers a tense third-person gaming experience where the only weapons are the player’s bravery, stealth and cunning. This unique adventure begins as Captain Lewis Stone, the game’s lead character, is imprisoned in the German POW camp system after his surveillance aircraft was shot down over enemy territory.
Today we serve up a brand new review of Dreamcatcher's recently released adventure game, Syberia. Previously released in Europe by Microids, it finally made its way to North America. Was it worth the wait? Check the verdict and find out!
by The Cookie Snatcher on Sept. 23, 2002 @ 8:29 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
Monster Force GBA is a fast action game that re-introduces the best-known monsters in the history of movies to a new generation of video game players. Players can choose between younger versions of Frankenstein, Dracula and Wolfman, designed with Japanese anime flair. With more than 30 levels and 3 playable characters, Monster Force offers a well-rounded gameplay experience for anyone that picks it up. Read the verdict!
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