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WarCraft III: Reign Of Chaos – Review

Certainly WarCraft III has improved exponentially from its predecessor in the areas of story and character development, which in turn results in a game of massive size that, in terms of sheer gameplay hours, will prove as fulfilling as any RPG.

WarCraft III: Reign Of Chaos – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence.

Master of Orion 3 – Review

The Master Of Orion series has been held in high regard by strategy gamers alongside other turn-based gems like Civilization and Master Of Magic. In each, the player takes control as the leader of a tribe or race from its inception and attempts to guide it to dominance through accepted methods: military, espionage, technology, diplomacy, trade, and population one year, or game-turn, at a time.

Master of Orion 3 – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Violence

Tactics Ogre: The Knight of Lodis – Second Opinion

Let's get this out of the way: Tactics Ogre: Knight Of Lodis is an excellent game. Mike nailed most of the important points about this game. If I may, I would draw a parallel to another GBA game, Golden Sun. Like Golden Sun, Knight Of Lodis is a modern reinvention of 16-bit play mechanics.

The Sims (PS2/Xbox/GameCube) – Review

For those whose should-know-better stubbornness can go round for round with that of the game's level designers, amazingly and in spite of its crudities and failings, Pursuit Force's pull factor never really wanes.

The Sims (PS2/Xbox/GameCube) – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Comic Mischief, Mature Sexual Themes, Mild Violence

Advance Wars – Review

Advance Wars is a meld of two differing strategy genres. First are the turn-based strategy games, like Civilization. Second are the real-time strategy (RTS) games like Warcraft. Like both genres, Advance Wars centers on the production of military units and battling your enemies. Unlike the god-games, there is nothing to manage aside from military units, and even their production is extremely simple. This is a straight-up military simulation, and it can be nice to concentrate on simply outsmarting your opponent rather than trying to figure out a research tree. Unlike Warcraft and other RTS games, Advance Wars moves along in a series of discrete turns, making for a more relaxing and contemplative experience than is possible when the main concern is scrambling to pump out troops and build up the base.

Advance Wars – Consumer Guide

The ESRB reports that this game contains: Mild Violence

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