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Bargain Basement

Welcome to the eleventh installment of a semi-regular feature here at GameCritics.com—the Bargain Basement. It's as sure as death or taxes that anyone who takes up videogaming will find themselves rooting through a bargain bin at one point or another.

Caught in the Web - March 2004

Welcome to the second installment of Caught in the Web, a feature that points out some of the best examples in the often-overlooked web-based games category.

Portable Project - January 2004

Welcome to the eighth instalment of The Portable Project, a feature devoted to handheld gaming that gives critics a chance to comment on titles that aren't quite in-depth enough to merit a full-length review at the site.

Caught in the Web - December 2003

Welcome to the first installment of Caught in the Web, a new GameCritics.com feature focused on the often overlooked genre of web-based games. While most hardcore gamers eschew these sometimes simple games for the deeper pleasures of console and standard PC games, millions of people play these free web-based games every day.

Thought Processing: Geriatric Gaming

Much like the way radio and television were once new and unexplored territories before becoming the staple outlets they are today, videogames have yet to exert their full impact on our society, and we as the people playing them still cannot clearly predict the role they will eventually come to play. In this installment of Thought Processing, we look at videogames from the perspective of the "older" generation blazing a trail into this brave new world.

Portable Project - November 2003

Welcome to the seventh instalment of The Portable Project, a feature devoted to handheld gaming that gives critics a chance to comment on titles that aren't quite in-depth enough to merit a full-length review at the site.

Import Horizons - November 2003

Welcome to Import Horizons at GameCritics.com. Savvy gamers are aware of the gaming scene in Japan, but language, access and playability have been the bane of those looking for diverse titles from the East.

Import Horizons - September 2003

Welcome to Import Horizons at GameCritics.com. Savvy gamers are aware of the gaming scene in Japan, but language, access and playability have been the bane of those looking for diverse titles from the East.

Bargain Basement - September 2003

Welcome to the tenth installment of a semi-regular feature here at GameCritics.com—the Bargain Basement. It's as sure as death or taxes that anyone who takes up videogaming will find themselves rooting through a bargain bin at one point or another.

Portable Project - September 2003

Welcome to the sixth instalment of The Portable Project, a feature devoted to handheld gaming that gives critics a chance to comment on titles that aren't quite in-depth enough to merit a full-length review at the site.

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