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Type: Review
Game: Spec Ops: Stealth Patrol (PlayStation)
Posted: October 22, 2004 (03:55 PM)
The Army Men series has, over the years, accumulated a degree of infamy; no matter how asinine and critically incinerated the previous title had been, the developer used it all over again, maybe adding in a toy helicopter gimmick, for the next game. And so it went on.
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Type: Review
Game: Command and Conquer: Tiberian Sun (Miscellaneous)
Posted: October 22, 2004 (01:44 PM)
When the very first Command & Conquer game was released by developer Westwood, there was a sneak peek on the CD which showed gamers a hint of Tiberian Sun. We were drooling from there. The superb 1996 smash Command & Conuqer: Red Alert, universally considered to be among perhaps the best PC games ever made at the time, only increased the hype for this 1999 release. Famous Hollywood actors signed up to the project, early screenshots showed a lovely visual improvement and prev...
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Type: Review
Game: Hitman: Contracts (PlayStation 2)
Posted: October 08, 2004 (08:20 AM)
Hitman: Codename 47 was an average PC action game in which Agent 47, a genetically engineered executioner much in demand, would be regularly hired by clients through an invisible government “Agency” to carry out hits across the globe. The game had obtuse controls and no save option, its chief redeeming feature Mr. 47 himself – a well-dressed, well-built chap, polite in conversation and exuding inimitable charm. He also happened to like a bit of the old ultraviolence.
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Type: Review
Game: Resident Evil: Director's Cut (PlayStation)
Posted: October 06, 2004 (07:25 AM)
The first survival horror game was called Alone in the dar... *gets shot*
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Type: Review
Game: Grand Theft Auto III (Miscellaneous)
Posted: October 05, 2004 (09:50 PM)
As controversial a reputation the original Grand Theft Auto had on its release, I can’t confess to ever enjoying it. The only way to realistically collect enough money to advance to the next stage was by doing jobs for bosses, and these jobs were often far too frustrating and tedious to hold my attention for long. The sequel, Grand Theft Auto 2, heralded a colourful graphical improvement and the missions were generally more amusing, although it was far from a classic.
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Type: Review
Game: Metal Gear (NES)
Posted: October 05, 2004 (06:01 PM)
Back in 1987, a creative young man named Hideo Kojima was assigned the task of heading the development of an action game by the top dogs at Konami. The then-unknown Kojima wanted to cook up an original concept that he would get recognition for, and yet another generic army blaster wouldn’t make the grade. Therefore, he needed a twist. This twist would make him famous, and basically involved an essential element of stealth. If the player didn’t hide from the enemy and sneak from A to B, th...
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