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Shadow Ops: Red Mercury

Game Description: In Shadow Ops: Red Mercury, you are the solution when diplomacy isn't an option. You become Delta Force warrior Frank Hayden, on the trail of a dangerous weapon called Red Mercury. This small nuclear device has fallen into the hands of terrorists and you'll go around the world to track them down.

ShellShock: Nam '67 – Review

There was some debate around GameCritics.com recently (generated by Scott's score for Manhunt) about whether numeric scores should address the game as a whole, or whether they should just cover how good a game it is. In the case of Manhunt, Scott felt that despite the fact that the game was a perfectly acceptable stealth game, its material was so objectionable that it deserved to be factored into the review.

ShellShock: Nam '67 – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Sexual Themes, Stong Language

ShellShock: Nam '67

Game Description: ShellShock: Nam '67 forces you into the most controversial conflict in recent American history. It's January 1967, and you're a fresh-faced soldier starting his first tour of duty in Indochina. Learn the fine arts of jungle warfare and urban guerilla combat to survive. Authentic weapons and advanced AI create an real sense of tension and danger—friendly fire, accidental encounters with the enemy and the deaths of friends will happen—just like in the real Vietnam.

Silent Hill 4: The Room – Consumer Guide

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

Silent Hill 4: The Room – Review

By the time we arrive at Konami's latest installment, Silent Hill 4: The Room, the series doesn't even take place in Silent Hill anymore…players spend the game in the nearby town of Ashfield. Unfortunately, calling the game Ashfield 4: The Room probably wouldn't have inspired many sales as gamers the world over wondered what the hell ever happened to Ashfield 1-3…it's like that whole Bill Cosby/Leonard Part 6 mess, and I think everyone learned their lesson on that one.

Silent Hill 4

Game Description: Silent Hill 4: The Room offers a new cast and story, full of dark mysteries and horrendous new creatures. Henry Townshend is trapped in a cursed apartment. Mysterious portals have appeared in them, leading him to disturbing alternate worlds. This game is a terrifying experience that fans and newcomers will never forget.

Conflict: Desert Storm II: Back to Baghdad – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Conflict: Desert Storm II: Back to Baghdad

Game Description: At the height of the 1991 Gulf War, 300 clicks into the heart of Iraq, you must command your squad of Special Forces operatives to strike at Iraq's evil dictator, and his fascist regime. Armed with an authentic arsenal of high-tech weapons and vehicles, your squad will face impossible odds in this battle against tyranny. Only strategy and skill will ensure your survival through frantic firefights, gut-wrenching vehicular combat, and gripping stealth operations.

Conflict: Desert Storm II: Back to Baghdad – Review

The problem is that after the previous Conflict game was released, another tiny little game edged its way onto consoles. You may remember that little game as Rainbow Six 3. Oddly enough, there were times when I wished that I could do some of the things in Rainbow Six that I can do in Conflict. But overall the tactical action in Rainbow Six is so superior to that of Conflict that Back to Baghdad doesn't do nearly enough to be a contender.

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