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Bargain Basement 19

The Suffering Art 

Welcome to the nineteenth installment of a semi-regular feature here at GameCritics.com—the Bargain Basement.

Demo round-up: Unreal Tournament III, Clive Barker's Jericho, and more

This fall is looking like it's going to be one of the best seasons for gaming since.... well, since ever. There are a lot of big sequels on their way as well as some hotly anticipated new IPs that have everyone talking. The demos for these games have begun trickling out, and I've gotten my hands on a number of them to get an idea of where my money is going to be spent this fall.

Sega Rally demo on Xbox Live impressions

Sega Rally's demo served a valuable purpose beyond just giving me a chance to try the game out. It reminded me that the arcade sim racer genre still existed. Back in the heyday of arcades, people lined up for literally minutes to sit in a comfortable molded plastic chair and drive a few laps around a Daytona track.

Demo Critic: Tony Hawk's Proving Ground

Good evening all, welcome to the Demo Critic, where I, the titular critic, judge videogames based on the small portions that their developers and publishers see fit to release over Xbox Live Marketplace. Today's subject? Tony Hawk's Proving Ground.

Xbox Live demo round-up: TimeShift, Medal of Honor, Blazing Angels and more

Welcome back for the third round of the Xbox Live demo round-up, where I, the idlest hands in the game-reviewing community desperately try to use a plethora of demos to take time away from the vast, barren expanse that is my schedule.

Xbox Live demo round-up: Bioshock, Stranglehold, Beautiful Katamari and more

Welcome back for the second round of the Xbox Live demo round-up, where I, the idlest hands in the game-reviewing community desperately try to use a plethora of demos to take time away from the vast, barren expanse that is my schedule.

Portable Project 11

BumblebeeWelcome to the 11th installment of the long-absent Portable Project, last seen July, 2004. The ‘Project is a feature devoted to handheld gaming that gives critics a chance to dish on smaller titles that might not otherwise get their fifteen minutes of fame, and this relaunch of the feature is dedicated to critic emeritus Erin Bell, who originally created the concept before going on to pursue a career outside of GameCritics.com.

Xbox Live demo round-up!

Welcome to the most superfluous of features here at gamecritics.com, Dan's demo roundup! It's where I, the only video game reviewer on the internet with a lot of time on his hands, have taken it onto myself to play all the new hot, hot and new demos currently available at the Xbox Live Marketpalce. That's the motto here at Dan's Demo Roundup: Spending a very small amount of time with tiny portions of games, so you needn't bother!

Bargain Basement 18

Welcome to the eighteenth installment of a semi-regular feature here at GameCritics.com: the Bargain Basement covering Tron 2.0: Killer App, WinBack 2: Project Poseidon and Hulk.

Bargain Basement 17

 Trapt Art

Welcome to the seventeenth installment of a semi-regular feature here at GameCritics.com—the Bargain Basement.

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