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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Lockdown – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains Blood, Language, Violence

Dynasty Warriors 5 – Review

This review is for all the Dynasty Warriors-haters (which appear to be mostly people from the Western hemisphere). Dynasty Warriors 5 isn't all that different from part 4 which wasn't all the different from part 3.

Dynasty Warriors 5 – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Use of Alcohol, Violence

Dynasty Warriors 5

Game Description: Dynasty Warriors 5 is the greatest Dynasty Warriors game ever. All of the characters have their own story, and events will be viewed from the Warrior's own perspective. More powerful weapons, smarter soliders and battlefields that are 30% larger—all here to help you conquer. You'll be challenged to make snap decisions in the heat of battle—and keep advancing into enemy territory to complete your goal and build a Dynasty. Twice as many characters per screen, for the most devastating Musou attacks ever. The enhanced battlefield base system challenges your strategy skills in combat.

Armored Core: Formula Front – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence

Armored Core: Formula Front – Review

This time around, FromSoft gave their high-tech third-person robot battling a much-needed shakeup in the transition from PS2 to PSP. The bulk of the game is intact with its insane amount of weaponry and parts to tinker with, the mech construction and fine-tuning still the same art form that it ever was.

Armored Core: Formula Front

Game Description: Armored Core: Formula Front delivers a hardcore sim experience with all-new features not available in the Japanese version. This Special Edition utilizes the complex AI designing and wireless head-to-head action of the original version, and adds action-based player combat interaction to give PSP players the intense fighting gameplay they crave from Armored Core. Building an unstoppable warrior to annihilate the competition has never been so much fun.

Suikoden Tactics – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Mild Cartoon Violence, Mild Language

Suikoden Tactics – Review

Ah, Suidoken. When is this series ever going to get back on its feet? Pound for pound, I would say that the first two games in the series can hold their own against any other role-playing games (RPGs) out there. Suikoden II in particular still ranks as one of the best RPGs I've ever played, period. With such a strong start, I seriously don't understand how it's possible that the developers behind the more recent installments keep dropping the ball. III was painfully slow and IV was a bizarre seagoing deviation leaving most fans with a bad taste in their mouths. Striking out in a different direction and hoping to revive this flagging series, Konami brings us Suikoden Tactics.

Suikoden Tactics

Game Description: Suikoden Tactics takes you into the world of the popular role-playing game Suikoden, for incredible strategy and combat simulation gaming. See this world through the eyes of Kyril, a young adventurer who investigates the sudden appearance of hideous creatures in the Island Nations. As you explore and battle with him, you'll discover the secrets of the legendary Rune Cannons—and try to destroy them before they destroy the world.

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