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Pokemon Play It v2 (PC)

Pokemon Play It v2 review (PC)

Reviewed on July 09, 2007

As you remove your opponent's card from play and place it in his or her discard pile, you feel invincible. You place your hand next to your overturned prize card. Holding your breath, you flip over the card, and it's a Charizard! Now you can evolve your Pokemon and defeat your opponent once and for all!
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The Sims (PC)

The Sims review (PC)

Reviewed on July 08, 2007

The Sims is a videogame simulation of something that you experience every day: Real life.
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Ys Eternal (PC)

Ys Eternal review (PC)

Reviewed on July 08, 2007

Magic.
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The Legend of Silkroad (Arcade)

The Legend of Silkroad review (ARC)

Reviewed on July 05, 2007

Every single time a player loses a life and either starts their next one or continues the game, not only do all enemies on the screen get knocked down (a common procedure in these games), but they also lose a noticeable amount of life. Technically, it is possible for a player to defeat even the toughest bosses in this game WITHOUT lifting a finger. Sure, itíd be completely lame for anyone to consider this an acceptable way to win fights ó but the simple fact itís possible to advance through powerhouse foes in this manner is shocking to me.
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Metal Slug (Arcade)

Metal Slug review (ARC)

Reviewed on July 04, 2007

In the 2020's, terrorism is a bitch. Within the army, a frothing rebel front amasses due to inaccuracies in the regular army's intelligence reports. Circa '96 this branch of the army is lead under the supervision of one General Morden, fighting off patriots with an ultimate aim to assassinate the President of the United States. Falling short on the attempted assassination, the rebel army turned their sights upon attacking the regular army soldiers in an intense civil war. The 1st and 2nd Lueite...
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Return to Mysterious Island (PC)

Return to Mysterious Island review (PC)

Reviewed on July 03, 2007

This will please fans of the book, as will how faithful the game remains to Verne's pre-written legacy. While exploring the island, you'll come across key locations such as the mill, Granite House and the littering of sulphuric pools that dot the island. You'll find numerous references to the original party that called the island home as well as an appreciated (if not rather hackneyed) explanation as to how the start of the game links in to the finale of the book.
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Half-Life 2: Episode One (PC)

Half-Life 2: Episode One review (PC)

Reviewed on July 03, 2007

Half Life 2 Episode One is the next instalment of the Half-Life series, arguably the backbone of the FPS genre, and after the 1998 blockbuster and the successful sequel 6 years later, Valve decided to release Half Life 3 in three shorter episodic chunks to make release times faster. That means you donít have to wait until 2022 to learn about the conclusion to the story.
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Half-Life 2 (PC)

Half-Life 2 review (PC)

Reviewed on July 03, 2007

Letís get this one straight, if you play PC games and havenít heard of Half Life then you must have been wearing a blindfold each time you were in the game store, and held under house arrest otherwise. The original Half Life was released in 1998, a success in its own right and also supplied a game engine used as a basis for many popular mods, such as Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat being the most popular plus two official expansions released, Opposing Force and Blue Shift in 1999 and 2001 respe...
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Tortuga:Two Treasures (PC)

Tortuga:Two Treasures review (PC)

Reviewed on July 02, 2007

The damage engine in particular is exceptional, as you can see individual sails being ripped, and holes appearing in the sides of the ships due to cannon fire. Honestly, it is quite an impressive sight. The sea itself is handled very well, with sharks circling for snacks in the form of men overboard!
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Ancient Wars: Sparta (PC)

Ancient Wars: Sparta review (PC)

Reviewed on July 01, 2007

While Sparta may look nice, it feels as though somebody took great elements from all over the RTS genre and put them all together in one game. It's a case where the whole is less than the sum of its parts, probably due to the fact that most of the parts are quite dated.
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RollerCoaster Factory (PC)

RollerCoaster Factory review (PC)

Reviewed on June 27, 2007

When it comes to some so-called games that you see in the bargain bin at your favorite electronics store, it really gets to the point where you sometimes wonder at what point someone on the design team said aloud "Hey, this is finished! Alright, let's go home, I need to watch TV and drink large amounts of beer! Yay for liver damage!" It was clear that something like that was said far, far too early in "Roller Coaster Factory's" production, because this coaster building sim doesn't feel complete ...
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Tomb Raider: Anniversary (PC)

Tomb Raider: Anniversary review (PC)

Reviewed on June 26, 2007

Tomb Raider: Anniversary is Crystal Dynamics' reimagining of the original Tomb Raider. Whether Tomb Raider's greatest contribution to gaming was its generously portioned main character, Lara Croft, or its unique platforming gameplay, very little about the original game has actually aged well. However, Anniversary takes those few elements that remain strong today -- namely the level design -- and combines them with modern gameplay to create a game that feels fresh and that is spectacularly fun...
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Trackmania United (PC)

Trackmania United review (PC)

Reviewed on June 25, 2007

If you persevere with the single player racing mode, you'll find beautiful scenery, gravity-defying tracks, and uber-fast speeds. If you're unlucky, you may also encounter another issue - crashing into the barriers occasionally causes the player to become impaled right through the scenery.
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Safecracker: The Ultimate Puzzle Adventure (PC)

Safecracker: The Ultimate Puzzle Adventure review (PC)

Reviewed on June 23, 2007

Although there's a loose narrative that ties the adventure together, Safecracker is almost all about cracking safes. And, in spite of my whining, itís actually a lot of fun.
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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (PC)

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic review (PC)

Reviewed on June 22, 2007

Re-watching Star Wars: Episode III lately, I marveled at the complex politics that the ill-fated prequel-ogy introduced to every nerdís favorite very, very distant galaxy. Indeed, before the vicious Empire and the heroic Rebellion, there was the noble Republic and the scheming Separatists, and, ho! Before all that, there were the Jedi and the Sithóthe religious zealots, if you will, of the interstellar Crusades.
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Pacific Storm: Allies (PC)

Pacific Storm: Allies review (PC)

Reviewed on June 18, 2007

Thereís a magical moment in each game of Pacific Storm: Allies where all the tiny nit-picking in the planning stages and the tweaking to your forces manoeuvres in-battle all come together to form one huge, working scene of battle, or darting attacks and sneaking counterattacks. To watch you plans take effect and wipe out an enemy fleet or to watch a hail of torpedoes you failed to plan against smash into the bow of your battleship from the cockpit of a defending fighter is a unique feeling. Total control puts victory or defeat squarely on your shoulders and yours alone.
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The Lord of the Rings: Shadows of Angmar (PC)

The Lord of the Rings: Shadows of Angmar review (PC)

Reviewed on June 15, 2007

Despite all the hype, while it does a good job of being true to the Tolkien genre, and they did a fine job of producing a fantasy world that doesn't look like it is in a fantasy. The graphics reproduce a natural view of woodland nature. Still, the game is very rough. IMHO they released it wayyy too early.
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Art of Fighting 3: The Path of the Warrior (Arcade)

Art of Fighting 3: The Path of the Warrior review (ARC)

Reviewed on June 15, 2007

Poor Robert. Heís the secondary hero of the Art of Fighting series, but nobody really cares about him. The games are focused more on Ryo, the main hero, and his ability to kick evilís ass throughout the city of Southtown. The only things that Robert has going for him are a vast amount of wealth, facial features worthy of a Spanish soap opera heartthrob, designer jeans (because you have to look stylish when youíre beating criminals to a bloody pulp), and the fact that Ryoís little s...
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Lineage II: The Epic Collection (PC)

Lineage II: The Epic Collection review (PC)

Reviewed on June 15, 2007

Return to Lineage 2 : Chaos Chronicle 5 and Interlude Review by Geek Woman
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Defcon (PC)

Defcon review (PC)

Reviewed on June 07, 2007

In this game, there is only one winner. Cooperation disintegrates, and the game devolves into a savage contest of every man for himself. LAUNCH DETECTED flashes across the map again and again as enemies open fire and allies backstab each other. Every act of aggression leaves you wide open to retaliation; silos and submarines are helpless in launch mode, and their location is broadcast to the entire world when they fire ballistic missiles. But the primary goal of DEFCON isnít to survive: itís to obliterate your enemies.
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