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187: Ride or Die – Review

Once again, the content versus gameplay argument rears its ugly head. 187: Ride or Die is the pinnacle of everything that people complain about in 'gangsta' culture—the celebration of criminality, the devaluation of human life, the mute bikini girls firing automatic weapons, and, of course, the omnipresent ridiculous slang.

187: Ride or Die

Game Description: 187: Ride Or Die is a deadly combination of urban warfare and car racing. You'll race against ruthless street crews, and tied in dangerous gangs and all ready to kill or die to win. Move up the ladder, build wealth and be one of the notorious few who survive the most dangerous game.

187: Ride or Die – Consumer Guide

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

Myst IV: Revelation – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Mild Violence

Myst IV: Revelation – Review

As much as I wish developers would find more creative ways to engage players than sex and violence, I must also confess that the Myst series is wholly inadequate as a leader to guide developers out of their narrow minds.

Myst IV: Revelation

Game Description: Myst IV: Revelation will challenge you to unravel an intricate mystery, in a world where plants and machinery have combined. Make your way through a labryinthine plot as you save the D'Ni people. Travel through environments that pulse with life, as you unearth a treacherous scheme involving two of Myst's most sinister villains.

Prince of Persia: Warrior Within – Second Opinion

I'll have to admit that I approached Warrior Within with a great degree of hesitancy. I was absolutely head-over-heels in love with the first game, and I still view it as one of the greatest revivals of the current (and soon-to-be-over) era.

Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu – Second Opinion

As with many games of this type, it can be dumbly compulsive—in the same way that anything can be if it's easy and repetitive enough—but it's still not very good.

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory – Review

Derogatory racial portrayals notwithstanding, Splinter Cell Chaos Theory is the most complete next-generation experience on a console yet. It has next-generation presentation, mature appeal, a hip and recognizable character, an ingenious multiplayer game, and smooth online play.

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory

Game Description: Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory takes you back into the shadowy world of Sam Fisher, a special agent on the front lines of the information war. It's 2008 when we return to the intrigues of the new warfare; The Japanese economy has collapsed and evidence indicates that it was due to a virus originating from South Korea. The Japanese request American assistance—and Sam Fsher is sent deep into hostile territory, to collect critical intelligence just inches from his worst enemies.

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