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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory – Consumer Guide

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: Pandora Tomorrow

Game Description: Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow takes players back to the shadowy world of Third Echcelon—a special spy unit using high-tech weapons and equipment in defense of their government. Special agent Sam Fisher is waging a one-man war against Indonesian terror networks. He'll travel to far-off corners of the world and try to figure out who can be trusted. This conspiracy-filled story will test your wits and your nerves, by throwing you into the world of international espionage. Unbelievable online gameplay—you'll become a team of Third Echelon agents like Sam, competing against deadly mercenaries, in a series of multiplayer action/shooters!

Beyond Good & Evil – Second Opinion

I'd love to agree with Gene. I'd love to because Beyond Good & Evil has aspects that give it the potential to be a really special videogame. Aspects like characters that have character (rather than some outlined archetype straight from the marketing department), a plotline that could have a lot to say about the ambiguity of moral choices, consistently stunning art direction and a refreshingly simple control scheme.

Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu

Game Description: Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu is a third person action game starring the Caped Crusader, Robin, Nightwing, and Batgir las they team up to stop a diabolical new character named Sin Tzu. You will be able to battle Batman's foes using an assortment of 35 martial arts moves and combination attacks.

Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu – Review

It used to be that "beat-'em-ups" were one of the major staples of videogames. I know that I sure played a ton of Final Fight, Golden Axe, Double Dragon and countless other games that were all variations on the theme of "keeping moving right while smashing the absolute crap out of anything that moves." As the medium has progressed, the beat-'em-up has become relegated to the back burner. There have been moments of brilliance, such as the Dynasty Warriors series, but increasingly the beat-'em-up is only the mechanical underpinning for games designed purely to cash in on an existing license.

Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Beyond Good & Evil – Review

In a medium still groping for unique narrative techniques, I can only celebrate the arrival of a game like Beyond Good & Evil, from the heedless mind of Ancel. Ancel has taken many chances with this game. Not only is it a non-franchise (for the time being anyway), but it marries a myriad of gameplay styles that miraculously fit with each other and the storytelling.

Beyond Good & Evil – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Comic Mischief, Violence

Beyond Good & Evil

Game Description: Beyond Good And Evil takes you into an adventure beyond your wildest imagination. On an alien world, one woman will uncover a conspiracy with only a boundless desire for the truth. You will help her uncover this truth & stay alive in the process!

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