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Panzer Dragoon Orta – Review

The fourth in the legendary series that began in the now defunct Sega Saturn, Panzer Dragoon Orta sticks with what made the first two games (the third being a role-playing game) so wonderful.

Panzer Dragoon Orta – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Blood, Violence

War of the Monsters– Review

People in the 1950's were scared. The world at that time was a different place, and America had a host of things to worry about. Capitalizing on the feeling of imminent doom, filmmakers of the era played upon the things that kept people up at night and turned those fears into box-office gold. Concerns over rapidly advancing science materialized in the form of mutants terrorizing innocent townsfolk. Deep-seated distrust of technology surfaced in runaway robot features, and perhaps the largest phobia used as a theme was America's fear of Communism.

War of the Monsters– Consumer Guide

According to ESRB this game contains: Violence

Bargain Basement - January 2003

Welcome to the sixth installment of a semi-regular feature here at GameCritics.Com: the Bargain Basement. It's as sure as death or taxes that anyone who takes up videogaming will find themselves rooting through a bargain bin at one point or another.

Dead or Alive: Xtreme Beach Volleyball Review

Dead or Alive: Xtreme Beach Volleyball Screenshot

Sex is something of an enigma for this country. Everyone wants it, everyone thinks about it, but almost nobody wants to deal with it in a meaningful and intelligent way. This is especially true for videogames and their delayed acceptance as culturally valid media.

Ratchet & Clank – Review

While playing Ratchet & Clank, I found myself having a difficult time justifying to others why I thought it was a good way to spend my time. What's the point in playing platform games nowadays anyway?

Ratchet & Clank – Second Opinion

Gene brings up an interesting question of perspective. But, in contrast to his thoughts, I was trying to justify to myself why I was playing Ratchet & Clank. I had passed up several opportunities to play the game's full version after being unimpressed with the demo handed out at E3. Specifically, I was totally apathetic to the by-the-numbers character design, and the idea of collecting "stuff" while dodging enemies, and jumping pits has lost some appeal over the years.

Ratchet & Clank – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Violence

Resident Evil Zero – Consumer Guide

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

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