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Blazing Angels: Squadrons of World War II – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Language, Violence

Blazing Angels: Squadrons of World War II

Game Description: Blazing Angels: Squadrons Of WWII lets you experience WWII's most epic and action-packed air battles. You and your squadron Blazing Angels will do your best to turn the tide of the war. Whether it's the Battle of Britain, the attack of Pearl Harbor or the fierce fighting for the deserts of North Africa, you'll be there—fighting for freedom in realistic air combat.

Jaws: Unleashed – Review

People throw around the term "worst game ever made" pretty frequently these days. So when word began to spread about the legendary, almost apocalyptic, badness of Jaws Unleashed I knew that as someone who specializes in reviewing unbelievably bad games, I was going to have to give it a try. I mean, even the title is ridiculous! How on earth would you leash a shark in the first place? They don't have necks! And what did I find by playing it? That although Jaws Unleashed is a game with massive, crippling design flaws, it's by no means the worst game I've ever played.

Jaws: Unleashed – Consumer Guide

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

Jaws: Unleashed

Game Description: Jaws is a new kind of 3rd-person adventure, where you become the deadly ocean predator from the classic movies. Driven mad by low-frequency radio waves, you'll eliminate the oil drilling crews and equipment responsible for the frenzy-causing emissions. Armed with 3000 teeth and powered by 5000 pounds of muscle, you will hunt down and annihilate your enemies in an accurate undersea world. Over 25 points of disconnection, allowing characters and objects to be torn apart by Jaws, piece by piece Follow story-based missions, enounter side missions or roam the island area causing havoc.

Rogue Trooper – Second Opinion

It's entirely true that Rogue Trooper could be classified as a standard third-person military combat game, but it's also a perfect example of where flawless execution and intelligent design make the difference between something that's average, and something that should be recognized as noteworthy.

The Da Vinci Code – Review

The Godfather is generally considered to be a better movie than a book, The Dead Zone is better served as a television show than any previous versions, and even though Battlefield Earth is one of the worst films ever made, it's still better than the novel it's derived from. What I'm getting at, in a rather roundabout way is that, perhaps for the first time ever, a videogame is actually better than the book or film that preceded it. That game? The Da Vinci Code.

The Da Vinci Code – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

The Da Vinci Code

Game Description: The Da Vinci Code is based on Dan Brown's best-selling novel and Ron Howard's film. A strange murder at Paris' famous museum, the Louvre, leads two investigators to a great secret hidden in the paintings of Leonardo Da Vinci. Explore massive conspiracies and shadowy groups—while solving mysteries and puzzles that go beyond anything you have seen or read. Elude danger and stay one step ahead of enemies that will stop at nothing to protect their secret.

Heroes of Might and Magic V – Review

In late 2004 Microsoft spent so much money marketing the upcoming release of Halo 2 that national press outlets started doing reports about it as if it were actually news. Unsurprisingly, these were generally awkward and horribly researched, as mainstream coverage about niche subjects tends to be.

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