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Gitaroo Man review

This review originally appeared on ReviewCenter.com in 2002. It scored a 9.1 at the time. By Carlos McElfish KOEI is most widely known for kicking out strategy games. So the last thing this reviewer was e...
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Retro: Force 21 review

This review originally appeared on Reviewcenter.com in 1999. Force 21 is far from your normal real-time gtrategy game. You don't have a base where you begin -- mining resources, building buildings, which in...
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Fatal Frame review

This review originally appeared on Reviewcenter.com in 2002. For us, it all started with The 7th Guest for the PC. We were indescribably intrigued by this game at the time.‚ The ability to journey through a...
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The PlayStation 2 launch titles

December 2008. Sony PlayStation 2 has been a viable product for eight years, selling about 140 million units wordwide, more than any other video game console in history. The fact that we're still talking abo...
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Boss Rally review

The ultimate goal of Boss Rally is to play through several seasons of racing, earning points and unlocking faster cars and harder tracks to become the ultimate rally champion. You can play against the computer ...
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WCW/NWO Revenge review

This article originally appeared on Reviewcenter.com in 1998 when there was no real professional wrestling monopoly. WCW/NWO is one of the best wrestling sims THQ has come out with. Featuring up to date rost...
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Intellivision Lives! review

This article originally appeared on Reviewcenter.com in 1999. The Intellivision collection was relaunched on the last generation of consoles -- Xbox, PS2, GC -- in 2004 to mixed reviews. You have to give Ke...
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Beetle Adventure Racing review

This article originally appeared on Reviewcenter.com in 1999. Why haven't we seen anything like it since? EA/VW -- let's get a game going! By Tom Carroll You would have to live in a cave in Northern Siber...
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Retro: Metal Gear Solid

This article originally appeared on Reviewcenter.com in 1998. Konami's Metal Gear Solid is the most intense stealth game for any system. Not only has it completely revolutionized stealth/action games, but it...
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Retro: Altec Lansing PowerCube Plus ACS48

Without question, the PowerCube Plus ACS48 was one of a few product releases by Altec Lansing, Labtec and a few other companies that changed computer audio forever. Ten years ago, soundcards were starting to ge...
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Retro: Command Antivirus

This review originally appeared on Reviewcenter.com and Sharewarejunkies.com in 1998. It was rock-solid software that still exists today. By John Guilfoil Command Software pretty much created a winner wit...
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Knights and Merchants review

This article originally appeared on Reviewcenter.com in 1999 during an explosion of real-time strategy games. After many battles, a former kingdom has been divided into many small principalities and earldoms...
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Retro: Interplay’s Messiah

This review originally appeared on Reviewcenter.com in 2000. By John W. Fletcher Messiah is probably one of the more unique games I have seen in the last few years -- being completely original by not only...