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Devil May Cry 2 – Review

The most monumental loss is style. Too keep combat from being tedious and boring, Devil May Cry utilized an intricate system that encouraged players to take out enemies in some of the most creative ways seen in games today. Players were rewarded based on how stylishly they dispatched of their enemies.

Devil May Cry 2 – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Devil May Cry 2

Game Description: Devil May Cry 2 brings us back to Dante's world, and this time his fellow demon-fighter friend, Lucia, has her own disc.

No One Lives Forever – Review

Personally, I don't believe in the adage that women need to be better than all the men around them in order to be accepted. By having a few chinks in her armour, Cate remains true to life...maybe even a bonafide Female Role Model.

No One Lives Forever – Consumer Guide

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

Gungrave – Second Opinion

What is it with developers these days? It seems like going for a high level of style makes them totally ignore the substance. Note to developers: the two elements are not mutually exclusive. Unfortunately, the "great-looking, weak-playing" game seems to be a new genre that's here to stay.

Crimson Sea

Game Description: Crimson Sea pits you against an unknown enemy that hides in the shadows. Vibration, sound, movement, everything hints at a presence that is slowly approaching. Where are they? Where will they appear? Experience the tension and thrill of the hunt. Then suddenly they're here—all around you. Thousands, tens of thousands of alien creatures fill the screen. Fear tightens its grip as you fire off burst after burst until gradually fear changes to the excitement of prevailing against overwhelming odds.

Crimson Sea – Review

Sometimes a videogame can make itself less of a worthwhile experience by making its existence as a videogame too obvious. This may seem initially to be a contradiction in terms, but what about a movie that's constantly reminding the viewer that it's a movie? When a child plays pretend, do they constantly tell themselves that they aren't driving that fire engine, it's just their imagination?

Crimson Sea – Consumer Guide

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

The Getaway – Review

Before I go any further with this review, I should mention that I am not suggesting the modern day gangster title The Getaway for the PlayStation 2 belongs in the same echelon of the aforementioned works. The Getaway is a big budgeted and highly ambitious release from Sony. However, it is also a severely flawed experience—or, to put it more bluntly, the gameplay sucks.

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