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Full Spectrum Warrior

Game Description: Full Spectrum Warrior is the ultimate war simulation. Break away from the usual tactical shooter games, and get on the ground with actual U.S. Army weapons and tactics. Based on Software designed to train real soldiers for real ground operations—so you know it's as close to the real thing as possible! Realistic animations for squad members—motions for soldiers were modeled after combat veterans Xbox Live support for teaming up and facing terrorists and guerillas in realistic, amazing urban combat.

Driv3r – Review

I've been known to sip a cold one or two (or three) when I do my gaming. I know it's probably not a very professional thing for me to do—imagine Ebert hitting the bar before his afternoon screening of The Manchurian Candidate. But videogames are time-consuming endeavors.

Driv3r – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Language, Violence

Driv3r

Game Description: The fun and thrills of the original Driver, combined with all-new gameplay mechanics, bringing you the next great racing-action game! Play as Tanner, the undercover cop from the first two hit Driver games. This time he's out to bust an immense car-theft ring—but his secret is about to be uncovered. If Tanner doesn't work fast, the mission is over—and so is Tanner's life.

The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay – Second Opinion

I hate to be the one to rain on Mike's parade—OK, actually I don't mind at all—but calling this game "the biggest surprise of this generation of gaming" and a "flawlessly executed adventure" is a little excessive. And before I go any further, let's get one thing straight: for the last time, the movie Pitch Black is overrated—vastly overrated. Please make a note of this.

Dead Man's Hand – Review

The first person shooter (FPS) is by far the most maligned genre in all of videogaming (although, to be fair, this is just because there isn't a large "porno" genre… yet). Striving as it does to simulate for people the experience of shooting other people in the face (or groin, depending on the gamer's tastes), the FPS has been accused of everything from desensitizing the youth of America to training a generation to be heartless killing machines.

Dead Man's Hand – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Crude Humour, Suggestive Themes, Violence

Dead Man's Hand

Game Description: Dead Man's Hand is a first-person shooter set in the Wild West. You assume the role of El Tejon, a master gunslinger on a mission of vengeance. As the story unfolds, you will pursue members of The Nine, a gang of ruthless outlaws who betrayed you and left you for dead. For the first time ever, you can experience the best elements of the Western genre, brought straight from the silver screen to the video game system. Gunslinging, bar brawls, horseback action sequences, train chases and epic showdowns are just part of the Old West feel in this bona fide period piece adventure.

The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Intense Violence, Strong Language

The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay

Game Description: Chronicles of Riddick acts as a prequel to "Pitch Black" and "The Chronicles Of Riddick". The enigmatic antihero named Riddick escaped from one of the universe's most violent prisons, Butcher Bay. This game presents the story of how he escaped triple-max security.

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