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June 2020


Xbox Review - 'Freaky Flyers'

by Jordan Van Nest on Sept. 3, 2003 @ 12:58 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Freaky Flyers drops players into the cockpit with the most unique and engaging cast of characters to ever explore, adventure, stunt fly and dogfight in the videogame skies. Intertwining stories and engaging aerial combat add to the excitement throughout completely open and interactive 3-D world environments. Adding to the intensity is multiplayer action that allows gamers to do battle head-to-head in aerial racing combat.

Gamecube Review - 'F-Zero GX'

by Tony "OUberLord" Mitera on Sept. 2, 2003 @ 1:03 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

F-Zero GX is the race to end all races, as fearless pilots risk everything to claim the title of the top speedster in the universe. Captain Falcon and 29 other pilots head to exotic star cities, like the neon-lit Mute City, lush Green Plant, wealthy Port Town and the storm-wracked streets of Lightning to race at supersonic speeds. In addition, players can save their racer to a Memory Card and race with it at arcades on F-Zero AX.

GBA Review - 'Drome Racers'

by The Cookie Snatcher on Sept. 2, 2003 @ 12:50 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

The year is 2015, it’s a wired world and what that world wants is entertainment in ever more thrilling forms. And that’s exactly what the Drome offers, whether you tune in via TV or the Net, or travel to the Drome to experience the spectacle of the greatest racing teams in the world, competing across the most hazardous, most extreme range of race tracks ever assembled. There are flying cameras, giant screens and terraformed landscapes. For spectator and competitor alike, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

PS2 Review - 'Aliens vs Predator: Extinction'

by Hank on Aug. 31, 2003 @ 3:17 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

The three fiercest species in the universe have been locked in a bloody, galaxy-spanning battle for years. With each new encounter, it seems the on-going conflict will never end. After a small unit of Colonial Marines, dispatched to planet LV-742, reveals the presence of both Predators and Aliens, it is decided that the conflict must end once and for all. After years of smaller battles, there is only one clear path to total universal supremacy, WAR! You must now defeat your enemies to ensure the survival of your species… or face Extinction.

Xbox Review - 'Tennis Masters Series 2003'

by Jordan Van Nest on Aug. 29, 2003 @ 12:46 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Take on the world's best players as you participate in the ATP's most prestigious tournaments: the Tennis Masters Series. Tour the globe and play on the 9 faithfully reproduced Masters Series tournaments. Travel to the hard courts of Indian Wells, Miami, Toronto and Cincinnati. Visit the luxurious clay courts of Monte Carlo, Rome and Hamburg. Compete on the indoor courts of Madrid and Paris. Try to qualify for the Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai and become the world's best player!

PC Review - 'Neighbors From Hell'

by GreyOoze on Aug. 28, 2003 @ 12:19 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

This soon to be released offering from JoWood allows players to play hilarious tricks on their rotten neighbors, earning points for the amount of rage they induce. But does Neighbors from Hell offer enough gameplay for everyone, or is it more of a niche product? This review breaks it all down.

PS2 Review - 'Disgaea: Hour of Darkness'

by Thomas Wilde on Aug. 27, 2003 @ 12:39 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

The story takes place two years after the death of King Krichevskoy, the ruler of the Netherworld. His son Laharl awakens from a long sleep, unaware of his father's death. Meanwhile, scheming demons vie for supremacy over the Netherworld. With the help of his subordinate Etna and her underlings, the egocentric, self-absorbed Prince Laharl must fight to regain the throne and claim his birthright. Read more for the full review ...

PC Review - 'Port Royale'

by GreyOoze on Aug. 26, 2003 @ 1:00 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Released a few months ago by European developer Ascaron Entertainment, Port Royale features wide open gameplay established through real time trade on the high seas, production chains, and a host of missions, side quests, and hidden adventure. So is Port Royale worth the price of admission? Read the review and find out.

GBA Review - 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Wrath of the Darkhul King'

by The Cookie Snatcher on Aug. 26, 2003 @ 12:39 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Join Buffy and all her friends in this new fighting game. Buffy is on patrol in the cemeteries and in the woods to check on the demons and vampires... simple routine for the vampire slayer! Fight your way against the demons and vampires and help Buffy get hold of the Gentlemen. But first fight your way through this review ...

PS2 Review - 'Madden NFL Football 2004'

by Hank on Aug. 25, 2003 @ 1:26 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

In its 14th year and with over 28 million copies sold, Madden NFL Football once again proves its status as the undisputed leader in authentic NFL football simulation. With a primary focus on in-game graphics, incredible depth, visual presentation, and tournament tested gameplay, this season Madden NFL 2004 continues to demonstrate why it's the definitive interactive sports gaming experience.

Xbox Review - 'Ghost Recon: Island Thunder'

by Justin on Aug. 24, 2003 @ 1:03 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

This first-ever campaign disk for the Xbox will not require players to have a retail copy of the original game to enjoy a new Ghost campaign. Both new recruits and seasoned vets who earned their stripes playing the original Xbox game will enjoy the camaraderie of the shared battlefield. Xbox Live soldiers can experience the intensity of the front lines side-by-side with their battlefield brothers while covering each others' backs and calling out commands using the Xbox Live Communicator headset.

PC Review - 'Disciples II: Servants of the Dark'

by GreyOoze on Aug. 22, 2003 @ 1:07 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Released as part of a pair of stand-alone expansion packs for Disciples II, Servants of the Dark incorporates half of the content from the original game, as well as some new features and scenarios. The big question is whether or not this title offers enough new material to justify the purchase. Read this review for the answer.

PC Review - 'Aquanox 2: Revelation'

by Justin on Aug. 21, 2003 @ 1:00 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Aquanox 2: Revelation is a new story of the underwater world Aqua. In 2666 a young freighter pilot called William Drake sets out to search for the heritage of a mythical ancestor. He is looking for adventure - and finds greed, ruthlessness, merciless hatred … and also unexpected help. But very soon he has to realize that he is not the only one hunting for his ancestor's legendary treasure.

PC Review - 'Tropico 2: Pirate Cove'

by Hank on Aug. 20, 2003 @ 2:28 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

As an all-powerful Pirate King, players must manage a seventeenth century band of buccaneers in "Tropico 2: Pirate Cove." To attract the most frightening of history's sea-faring bad boys, Pirate Kings must keep their charges brave and well-supplied between voyages. The island's "yo-ho-ho's" must stay at a feverish pitch in order to keep the King and his buccaneers satisfied with drinking, wenching, gambling, feasting, and the best in pirate accommodations.

Xbox Review - 'The Great Escape'

by Jordan Van Nest on Aug. 19, 2003 @ 12:26 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

‘The Great Escape’ video game is based on the 1963 Oscar nominated film staring Steve McQueen and revolves around actual events during WW2. The game is set in a number of unique locations, from POW camps to a mountain-top castle. Game levels include a busy hospital, a chase through a moving train and escape from an active Luftwaffe airfield. The core of the game centres on the largest mass breakout ever, from the ‘escape proof’ Stalag Luft III prisoner of war camp.

Xbox Review - 'Evil Dead: A Fistful of Boomstick'

by Tony "OUberLord" Mitera on Aug. 16, 2003 @ 3:05 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Evil Dead: A Fistful of Boomstick allows players to assume the role of Ash, the chainsaw-armed hero from the Evil Dead trilogy. Players will fend off hordes of Deadites with several weapons including the shovel, gatling gun, shotgun and chainsaw. Massive game environments include all new Evil Dead locations as players attempt to save the town of Dearborn from the influence of the Necromonicon ex Mortis – the Book of the Dead.

PC Review - 'Age Of Wonders: Shadow Magic'

by GreyOoze on Aug. 15, 2003 @ 12:49 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Long renowned for its highly developed fantasy setting and extremely addictive play, the third installment of this beloved turn-based strategy series is sure to please its loyal legion of fans. What does this new, standalone product bring to the table? Does it offer something new and refreshing, or just new maps and units? And what about players new to the series? If you own a PC, enjoy playing strategy games, and like a challenge, then you need to read this review.

GBA Review - 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl'

by Justin on Aug. 15, 2003 @ 12:18 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

It's mutiny on the high seas as you steal, barter and pillage your way to riches in the video game that accompanies Disney's major live action film for Summer 2003. Search for treasure as you defend your pirating skills with cannons, artillery and swords in an all out battle for the ultimate in pirate booty!

Gamecube Review - 'Charlie's Angels'

by The Cookie Snatcher on Aug. 14, 2003 @ 1:53 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

The world's greatest secret weapon is being unleashed for the first time on videogame consoles as Natalie, Dylan, Alex and Bosley unite once again for an all-new, action-packed adventure. Incorporating a completely new and unique storyline, the Angels will go undercover to unravel a worldwide mystery and foil the devious plans of a criminal mastermind threatening to steal the world's most famous monuments.

PC Review - 'Rhem'

by Tristan on Aug. 13, 2003 @ 1:41 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

"RHEM" thrusts the player into a strange land and on a challenging adventure to uncover the secrets of an enigmatic letter. Featuring mind-bending puzzles, non-linear gameplay, and a mysterious setting, "RHEM" is an exploration-type adventure game with a non-violent story that challenges the mind, not the trigger finger.