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Half-Life (PC)

Half-Life review (PC)

Reviewed on February 07, 2006

When Valve had first released Half Life, the FPS genre was dominated by games such as Quake II and Unreal. Soon thereafter, Half Life rose to stardom, leaving its rivals in the dust, and becoming one of the most effective shooters ever released. But what separated Half Life from the rest of the pack during that era in which the FPS genre was still slowly growing in popularity? Sure, they all incorporated ugly aliens, gargantuan monsters, powerful firearms, and LOTS of gibs into an action-packed ...
Hitman: Codename 47 (PC)

Hitman: Codename 47 review (PC)

Reviewed on May 16, 2005

Much of Agent 47's life is shrouded in darkness. His life, limited to the day of his awakening from a deep sleep, is incomplete and mysterious. All that can be recalled is escaping from a damp hospital prison and following a cackling, crazy voice from a man he never knew--his father.
MechAssault (Xbox)

MechAssault review (XBX)

Reviewed on May 08, 2005

50 feet tall and 100 tons of armor, hydraulics, and nearly every conceivable weapon known to man, the mech is the peak of human warfare. Whether it be rocket pods, pulse lasers, or gauss cannons bringing about the collapse of skyscrapers and even mountains, nothing can stand in a mech's way without being crushed into fine powder under its 20-ton foot... in the hands of a good pilot.
Taz-Mania (Sega Master System)

Taz-Mania review (SMS)

Reviewed on April 18, 2005

That dizzyingly hyper Taz is hungry once more. Of course, anyone familiar with that cooky freak knows that when Taz's stomach rumbles, he needs something fast to go yummy in his tummy. This time, Taz disembarks to the Lost Valley; a hidden gulch bearing numerous treats that he is just dying to get his hands on.
Space Harrier (Sega Master System)

Space Harrier review (SMS)

Reviewed on February 27, 2005

Being one of the first shooters released when game systems began to take over our lives, Space Harrier surely brings back the fond memories of those past evenings as a little kid sitting around our Nintendos and Sega Master Systems. Space Harrier dominated with its fast-paced gameplay and astounding visuals. Today, even after touching down on a variety of systems and returning even on the PlayStation 2, Space Harrier's legacy lives on.
Line of Fire (Sega Master System)

Line of Fire review (SMS)

Reviewed on February 04, 2005

Line Of Fire starts you off infiltrating an enemy base sometime in the future during a conflict probably with a third world county. Inside, Jack discovers a superweapon that could threaten the livelihood of millions all over the globe. However, his foe won't let him waltz off just yet. Seconds after discovering their secret, the elite guards are on Jack immediately. Time to make a great escape.
Nightmare Creatures (Nintendo 64)

Nightmare Creatures review (N64)

Reviewed on February 03, 2005

Let the darkness consume you as red drifts into the black night.

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