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James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Suggestive Themes, Violence

James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing – Review

This is the best James Bond game ever. There are some who might question this statement, and they would most likely that remind me that ever since Electronic Arts (EA) acquired the James Bond license the titles have ranged from an unplayble racing game to many inexcusably generic first-person shooters (FPS). I'd be a fool to question that argument, but the fact is, EA's losing streak ended last February with the release of James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing.

Medal Of Honor: Frontline – Review

Staring through the sniper scope of my Gewehr 43 rifle, I could see the silouhette of a German soldier perched atop the roof of a building in the near distance. He had already taken out one of the Britsh troops directly to my right. Now I saw him reloading his weapon. He would take aim at me next. He probably assumed I couldnt see him from my position. I lined up my shot calmly, knowing from firsthand experience that it took at least four seconds to fully reload the Gewehr. Three of the seconds were up. By the fourth second, I saw the soldier bring up his rifle. I knew he was aiming for me, but it was too late. I had already pulled the trigger. The sound of a single bullet exploding from the long barrel of the gun echoed through the streets of the burned, broken city.

Medal Of Honor: Frontline – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

James Bond 007 in Agent Under Fire – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Suggestive Themes, Violence

James Bond 007 in Agent Under Fire – Review

Unfortunately, despite some redeeming qualities, Agent Under Fire ultimately feels like yet another attempt to slap a lucrative license onto derivative gameplay in an attempt to fatten the bottom line.

Rumble Racing – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Comic Mischief, Mild Language

Rumble Racing – Review

Its pretty rare that a racing game comes out which is different enough to perk my interest. While Im not the worlds biggest racing fan, I do enjoy the scent of a freshly burned patch of rubber every now and then. Unfortunately, with the overabundance of driving games available on practically any system out there, the genre seems to have become quite over saturated from where Im standing.

Rumble Racing

Game Description: Rumble Racing is over-the-top combat meets NASCAR-style racing in this brilliant blend of two unlikely styles. In Championship mode, you’ll duke it out with other cars in a series of heats to determine who wins the five championship cups at stake. Along the way, you’ll unlock 12 of the 15 tracks that can be played in Single Race mode. Completing Championship mode will earn you the right to try your hand at Stunt mode, a timed event in which you must pull off crazy tricks. There are plenty of weapons and power-ups to keep the combat junkie happy, and the racing action is superb.

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