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Lost: Via Domus (PC)

Lost: Via Domus review (PC)

Reviewed on March 19, 2008

Lost is without a doubt my favorite television show. It's one of the only shows that I make sure to watch weekly, so when Ubisoft revealed that they were developing a game based on the series, I was instantly intrigued. Details were scarce, but I followed the game to release with unbridled excitement and anticipation. I try not to let myself get too caught up in my own expectations, but I was willing to make exceptions because it was Lost after all.
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Star Control 3 (PC)

Star Control 3 review (PC)

Reviewed on March 15, 2008

In a Bargain Bin somewhere I cannot remember, a copy of 'Star Control 3' was sitting idly. The box looked nice and the price was cheap, so I bought it even though I had never heard of it.
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Imperium Romanum (PC)

Imperium Romanum review (PC)

Reviewed on March 06, 2008

This very entertaining RTS gives you the chance to manage one of the many cities that prospered under the Roman Empire, or even Rome itself, with the added advantage that nobody even tries to assassinate you.
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Blue Moon (Commodore 64)

Blue Moon review (C64)

Reviewed on March 02, 2008

Retro gamers, me included, sometimes make it seem like every game made these days is worthless and that every game from our youth was ambrosia; the familiar '10kb was a game, and we were happy!' effect. It's far from the truth, though. They still make good games these days, occasionally. Can't think of any right now, but they do. And, believe it or not, even the Commodore 64 has its share of black sheep, and I'm the first to admit it. The black sheep I feel like elaborating on today isn't a shee...
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Ace (Commodore 64)

Ace review (C64)

Reviewed on March 02, 2008

A.C.E., short for Air Combat Emulator, is an early combat flight simulator on the Commodore 64. Compared to the kind of flight simulators out now, and also to some later titles on the Commodore itself, it is rather primitive. Nevertheless, it is a surprisingly solid game with a fairly smooth flight engine, lots of action, and a high degree of challenge. It also comes with some very memorable options, including the ability to play together (a pilot and a gunner), to refuel in mid-air (which is ev...
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Fallout (PC)

Fallout review (PC)

Reviewed on February 29, 2008

CRPGs are all alike. You make a character then you fight some monsters. This makes your character tougher, although nothing actually changes since the monsters you now fight have increased in toughness as well. Eventually, your character becomes so tough, that there is only one monster left that can challenge you. You defeat this monster. You win the game.
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MechWarrior 4: Vengeance (PC)

MechWarrior 4: Vengeance review (PC)

Reviewed on February 28, 2008

BattleMech (n): An armored combat vehicle about thirty to forty feet tall of vaguely humanoid shape, typically massing from twenty to one hundred tons. Powered by fusion reactors, 'Mechs are best suited for ground combat, although they are also capable of underwater operation as well as operation in vacuum and/or zero-g environments. A 'Mech's only true equal is another 'Mech - artillery, aircraft, and tanks are disadvantaged against them without BattleMech support or a strong advantage in nu...
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Fantasy Wars (PC)

Fantasy Wars review (PC)

Reviewed on February 27, 2008

What's refreshing is that the word 'strategy' isn't just in the genre's name out of some long-forgotten tradition: it must become the lynchpin of your game should you ever dream of progression.
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Speedball 2 - Tournament (PC)

Speedball 2 - Tournament review (PC)

Reviewed on February 26, 2008

But underneath all the machismo and violence, Speedball is actually a rather complex game that can best be described as a cross between soccer and pinball. The goal of the players is to score points by injuring the other team, or getting the ball into the goal. You can boost the number of points you score by throwing a ball through a loop-de-loop built into the wall. Each time you do so, you get a x2 multiplayer added to any points you score, which can be reduced by the opposing team doing the same thing.
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AGON: The Lost Sword Of Toledo (PC)

AGON: The Lost Sword Of Toledo review (PC)

Reviewed on February 25, 2008

If you’ve been playing the earlier Agon games this is probably a natural purchase, but don’t let lack of experience with the previous games put you off. It stands up just fine by itself, and there is a detailed codex that outlines the professor’s adventures in the past episodes if you’re so inclined. It isn’t as extravagant or exciting as many of the new-school adventures that have been hitting our shops in recent months, but The Lost Sword of Toledo is a solid package that does the important things right.
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Civilization III (PC)

Civilization III review (PC)

Reviewed on February 25, 2008

Civilization 3 Complete was released in 2005. It brings together all three games of the series into one complete package. With Civ 3 complete you get the original Civilization 3, a map editor, Play the World Expansion Pack, and Conquests expansion pack. For the money there is a huge amount of strategy, and one can expect to play countless hours of addicting turn based games. Let me tell you, there is no other strategy game out there that will get you hooked and keep you playing. It's really almo...
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Sam & Max 203: Night of the Raving Dead (PC)

Sam & Max 203: Night of the Raving Dead review (PC)

Reviewed on February 19, 2008

Night of the Raving Dead brings all the good things the series has been steadily building upon and then some. It improves upon the lacklustre length of Moai Better Blues, keeps the quality of the script high, and, while the puzzles are still on the easy side, they’re still a step above those seen in the first season.
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Dream Day: First Home (PC)

Dream Day: First Home review (PC)

Reviewed on February 19, 2008

Dream Day: First Home is actually quite simple in design. The bulk of the game plays like someone ripped a page out of an old issue of “Highlights for Children” magazine and made it interactive. Stages provide a series of pictures—lovingly rendered scenes taken from a 'first home' and local supply shops so that they fit the overall theme—and from there you have to find items from a list before the timer expires.
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Barkley, Shut Up and Jam: Gaiden, Chapter 1 of the Hoopz Barkley SaGa (PC)

Barkley, Shut Up and Jam: Gaiden, Chapter 1 of the Hoopz Barkley SaGa review (PC)

Reviewed on February 11, 2008

WARNING: This review is Canon.
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X-COM: Apocalypse (PC)

X-COM: Apocalypse review (PC)

Reviewed on February 10, 2008

First, there was naught.
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Splatterhouse (Arcade)

Splatterhouse review (ARC)

Reviewed on February 06, 2008

Before games were considered a form of violent stimuli, even before the Mortal Kombat Kontroversy, there was Splatterhouse…
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Uninvited (Amiga)

Uninvited review (AMIGA)

Reviewed on February 05, 2008

You might be Uninvited, but the longtime residents lurking inside can’t wait to have you for dinner.
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 (PC)

Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 review (PC)

Reviewed on February 03, 2008

When it comes to purchasing football games these days, you’re limited to a choice between this or EA’s FIFA series. With both series settling into next-gen, PES 2008 is truly revealing Konami’s complacency towards their product and a failure to deal with matters that are a constant thorn: laggy online play, shoddy presentation and limited options, but instead make more subtle changes to the gameplay. On plus points licenses are gradually improving, plus the introduction of a new team of commenta...
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Thunder Fox (Arcade)

Thunder Fox review (ARC)

Reviewed on February 02, 2008

In the far off future, somewhere in the 1990s, terrorists have taken over the world, terrorizing people and doing other type of terrorist activities. Like saying "GRRR!" and such. They have conquered the land, denying us our freedom of going to Burger Kings, secured the sea, ensuring that we'll never find the city of Atlantis, and have taken the sky hostage, making certain that no more bird droppings hit us. But fret not, freedom lovers! Two brave men, from the awesomely titled ANTI TERRORISM TE...
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Sam & Max 202: Moai Better Blues (PC)

Sam & Max 202: Moai Better Blues review (PC)

Reviewed on January 28, 2008

It even makes time to take sly shots at other games such as Portal’s teleport system, Duke Nukem’s inability to release a damn game on time and Metal Gear Solid’s over-dramatic death-scream. You know the one!
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