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EA Playground Dated

School days were supposed to be the best days of your life appaerntly. OK, so they probably weren’t for many of you, but ...
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Zoo Hospital for the DS

It’s get-well time for your favorite pets and handheld as Majesco Entertainment has just announced Zoo Hospital for the Nintendo DS.  Here is ...
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Squad Assault West Front

Squad Assault Westfront should look familiar to fans of the WWII RTS series, Close Combat since the former Atomic Games Lead Designer, Eric ...
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Silent Storm

There’s a guard behind that doorway. You know he’s there even though the door is shut, because a giant ear symbol marks the ...
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Beanotown Racing

Game development doesn’t get any more join-the-dots than this. A few courses (some locked), a few quirky characters (some unlocked) and three game ...
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Grabbed by the Ghoulies

Grabbed by the Ghoulies is Rare’s latest game exclusive for the XBOX entertainment system. At first glance I thought that this game was ...
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Planetside Core Combat

It must have been a difficult task to devise an expansion pack for one of the year’s most unique releases. Planetside isn’t quite ...
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Planetside

PlanetSide is one of those tough games to review. Why? Because it’s a first-person shooter set in a massively multiplayer online world. Is ...
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Lords of EverQuest

From the outset, Lords of Everquest seems to have plenty of potential. For starters it is based on one of the most successful ...
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Call of Duty

Call of Duty rudely throws you into a world of h**, with scant preparation and little chance to warm your cold feet before ...
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Savage

It’s the far future, mankind has finally managed to wipe most of the population off the face of the planet returning the population ...
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Halo

What is Halo? It is a ring-world, a weapons system, a prison and also the biggest bomb in the galaxy. It shows in ...
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Project Nomads (PC)

It’s rare these days we see developers come up with something new and innovative which always raises the question ‘where do we go ...

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