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Tork: Prehistoric Punk– Review

Do I like games that push the envelopes of design and creativity? Most definitely. There are few pleasures like sitting down with a title that does the unexpected, that blows my mind with a unique twist, or shocks me with some radical re-interpretation of existing standards.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Black Arrow

Game Description: Take control of Ding Chavez, leader of the world's premier anti-terrorist unit. A Russian group has decided to start a war to restore the former Soviet Union to its previous glory. They've kidnapped rocket scientists to obtain their devastating technologies, and Team Rainbow has to stop them. Enter Black Arrow's new, private team lobbies for new tactics and develop strategies before online matches begin.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Black Arrow – Review

All I've ever asked is for First Person Shooters to be more realistic. By the release of Duke Nukem 3D I was sick and tired of the conventions of the genre. Shooting people dozens of times without incurring a single flinch, apocalyptic explosions that left my enemies unmarked and with full faculties until a single shot from a tiny pistol did that critical last hit point of damage and they exploded in the distinctive, gruesome, and incredibly familiar shower of guts marked the end of their lives.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Black Arrow – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

The Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (Game Boy Advance) – Review

The Sands of Time is a fine 2D platformer, but a rather undistinguished and disposable specimen. Perhaps "fine" 2D platformers just don't cut it anymore, and the golden age of the genre is best left as a memory.

The Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (Game Boy Advance) – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Beyond Good & Evil – Second Opinion

I'd love to agree with Gene. I'd love to because Beyond Good & Evil has aspects that give it the potential to be a really special videogame. Aspects like characters that have character (rather than some outlined archetype straight from the marketing department), a plotline that could have a lot to say about the ambiguity of moral choices, consistently stunning art direction and a refreshingly simple control scheme.

Beyond Good & Evil – Review

In a medium still groping for unique narrative techniques, I can only celebrate the arrival of a game like Beyond Good & Evil, from the heedless mind of Ancel. Ancel has taken many chances with this game. Not only is it a non-franchise (for the time being anyway), but it marries a myriad of gameplay styles that miraculously fit with each other and the storytelling.

Beyond Good & Evil – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Comic Mischief, Violence

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