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James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing – Consumer Guide

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

Fight Club

Game Description: Learn the 8 Rules of Fight Club. In the underground world of Fight Club, the fight isn't over until someone goes limp, taps out, or is beaten. Immerse yourself in this gritty, visceral world of bare-knuckle fighting, with action, story elements and environments true to the Fight Club movie. The extreme realism of the game will make you feel every punch and kick by delivering shocking visuals, untraditional moves, and special effects in fully interactive environments.

Fight Club – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Intense Violence, Language

Fight Club – Review

I'd say the game is as bad as the movie is good, but if you didn't like the movie, that wouldn't be an especially accurate description. So I'll just sya that the game is bad, with as many 'verys' as you want to tack onto the front of it.

Rumble Roses

Game Description: Rumble Roses is the first and only all-female wrestling game. This sexy grappler delivers intense girl-on-girl wrestling action with jaw-dropping graphic detail. Choose your wrestler and use her arsenal of moves to win. Fight dirty or fair, be nice or naughty -- the choice is yours!

Rumble Roses – Review

Almost every wrestling attack results in gratuitous fan service panty shots, compromising spread eagle positions and many other sexualized S&M submissions and holds that make the Kamasutra seem simplistic. The trashiest attacks fill the appropriately titled "Humiliation" meter.

Rumble Roses – Consumer Guide

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

McFarlane's Evil Prophecy

Game Description: Based on Todd McFarlane's series of Monsters action figures, sets players on an action packed adventure to hunt down famous creatures from literature., In this Monstrous game aptly named McFarlane's Evil Prophecy, the game play is from a third person perspective as you seek out evil beings like Dracula, Hunchback of Notre Dame etc to vanquish them. To save the world from certain disaster, you will be able to wield swords, cast magic spells, and use various other 19th century weapons to destroy the monsters.

McFarlane's Evil Prophecy – Review

There's a typo on the back of the McFarlane's Evil Prophecy box. That's how bad this game is. Not a minor one, either. Here's the quote: "Evil Prophecy sets players on an action packed adventure to hunt down the ? Great Monsters." Now, I can't be sure just what was supposed to be where that question mark is—my best guess is that whoever was writing up the back of the box didn't know just how many great monsters would be appearing in the game, and never go around to finding out and replacing the placeholder. How little effort was put into the game that an error that major slipped through?

McFarlane's Evil Prophecy – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Violence

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