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ESPN MLS GameNight

Game Description: Real players and teams in a network-style presentation. Create your own characters or build teams of real players., With ESPN MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER you can flop on the couch for a quick and friendly Exhibition game or set up camp and draw the battle lines for an entire 32-game Season, complete with an All-Star game and Playoffs. And if you’re good enough you’ll be taking home a shiny Major League Soccer Championship Cup. ESPN Major League Soccer provides all the thrilling gameplay you’ve come to expect from ESPN, along with current team rosters and more than 300 players ready for action.

Knockout Kings 2001 – Review

A zombie-like vacant look plagues all the boxers faces. Outside of several trademark punches and gestures for only a few select boxers, all the rest of the boxers move identically to one another to the point where it looks ridiculous when boxers appear to mime one another.

Knockout Kings 2001 – Second Opinion

On paper, I'm sure Black Ops and Electronic Arts thought they had a winner. Their new game would only have Ready 2 Rumble: Round 2 to contend with, and it would be featured on the powerful, and (relatively) new PlayStation 2. But as other PlayStation 2 developers have done, Black Ops rushed the game to get it onto store shelves, and the results are disappointing.

Knockout Kings 2001 – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Violence, Mild Language 

Knockout Kings 2001

Game Description: Question: Who's a better fighter, Lennox Lewis or Joe Frazier? Answer: you. With Knockout Kings 2001, you can choose a champion from a long list of past and present greats--all with near-photo-realistic faces and signature moves. The game also includes today's top female boxers, including Mia St. John and Lucia Rijker, as well as in-game strategy from seasoned trainers and commentary from boxing experts Al Bernstein, Teddy Atlas, and Max Kellerman.

WWF No Mercy – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Violence, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes

WWF No Mercy – Review

Like it or not, names like The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin are now part of the nation's lexicon, and it's hard to go a night without seeing some sort of WWF-related event on television. This sort of rampant popularity has spilled over into the videogame industry, which thanks to astute developers like Yukes and Aki, allows couch potatoes to pull on tights and get down and dirty with the WWF superstars. One of the more anticipated wrestling titles was THQ's WWF No Mercy, the follow up to the wildly popular WWF Wrestlemania 2000. Though not quite revolutionary, WWF No Mercy definitely delivers what wrestling fans have been begging for since the last release: more wrestling goodness.

WWF No Mercy

Game Description: This game has been licensed by the World Wrestling Foundation (WWF) to bring all of the wrestlers, matches, and moves of the real thing to your Nintendo 64. Battle with the likes of the Rock and Triple H, or create your own wrestler. The Ladder Match has been added to other game modes, such as King of the Ring and Royal Rumble. Battle up the runway, and pull weapons, like the Singapore Cane, out of the crowd. Earn points to unlock wrestlers and costumes in the SmackDown Mall.

WWF No Mercy – Second Opinion

Despite having an identical rating, Dale and I arrived at the same destination rather differently. Dale notes in his review of WWF No Mercy that there are moderately remarkable improvements over its predecessors, but doesn't seem think these updates are anything ground-breaking. I disagree with that, but not entirely.

SSX – Consumer Guide

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

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