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Land of the Dead: Road to Fiddler's Green – Consumer Guide

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

Land of the Dead: Road to Fiddler's Green

Game Description: A horrific plague breaks out and mobs of zombies are roaming throughout the tri-state area, killing people at random. You play Jack, a simple farmer who must rise beyond fear, and battle your way through hordes of terrifying undead who are bent on spreading the zombie plague. You encounter a mysterious man named Mr. Kaufman who has established Fiddler's Green, a fortified city, which holds the last of the living. He has offered you a special job, with an exceptional reward. An offer too good to turn down, but will you live long enough to reap the rewards? Based on the George A. Romero film, Land of the Dead, this intense 3D zombie experience will grip and terrify you like none other.

The Matrix: Path of Neo – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Language, Suggestive Themes and Violence

The Matrix: Path of Neo – Review

To this day I would defend The Matrix as one of the best, most influential features of the late 20th century. It had everything I ever longed for in these kinds of movies and then some, with a compelling story, astonishing imagery and the energy and verve to put every other sci-fi flick of the last 20 years to shame. But, during the second half of the second Matrix movie I began to secretly wish Neo had taken the blue pill.

The Matrix: Path of Neo

Game Description: The Matrix: Path Of Neo continues the story of The Matrix. You become Neo and try to follow the path of The One—your choices will decide the fate of humanity. They may win where Neo failed or find another way to solve the problem—the path is now theirs to follow.

Indigo Prophecy Second Opinion

Indigo Prophecy Screenshot

Brad said that while playing Indigo Prophecy he felt he was seeing a new genre being born, and I couldn't agree more. This game is the opening salvo of the "suspense" genre, making it all the more surprising that, for the most part, its aim is true.

Indigo Prophecy Review

Indigo  Prophecy Screenshot

On page two of the instruction manual, director David Cage states that his dissatisfaction with videogames' emphasis on action and neglect of emotion led him to create Indigo Prophecy. He clearly states that the game's goal is to sacrifice neither the interactivity nor the narrative in an attempt to create an experience that is richer and deeper than "killing monsters in corridors and shooting crates to find ammunition."

Terminator 3: The Redemption – Review

Terminator: Redemption isn't a great game. It doesn't break any new ground in concept or execution, and the graphics aren't exactly eye-popping. It is, however, the best Terminator console game, and comes right on the heels of a game so bad I didn't bother to review it, and then one of the worst professionally made video games of this generation. It's not a perfect game by any means, but when put in the context of Atari's brutal mishandling of the Terminator franchise, this game is nothing less than them knocking one out of the park.

Terminator 3: The Redemption – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Language, Partial Nudity, Violence

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