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Call of Duty: Finest Hour – Review

Yes, the second world war was a crowning moment for an entire generation of Americans—the ultimate triumph of good over evil (and one of the few wherein the notion that the other side was undeniably the bad guys was not open to debate) and arguably a shining example of the best and worst humanity has to offer. All that aside, please, no more videogames dealing with this global conflict.

Call of Duty: Finest Hour

Game Description: Call Of Duty: Finest Hour leads you back into the World War, where you will experience epic battlefield moments in the war's most legendary conflicts. Fight alongside ordinary men who fought and died for freedom and changed the world.

Call of Duty: Finest Hour – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

X-Men Legends

Game Description: The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants has freed their leader, the diabolically intelligent Magneto. An unprovoked attack on mutant-kind by a secret Sentinel army compels Magneto to plan his most maniacal scheme yet. He intends to use his mutant superpowers to shroud the Earth in cosmic debris, blotting out the sun and plunging the globe into eternal winter. From this chaos the Brotherhood will emerge to reign supreme over humankind. As the Sentinels continue to wage worldwide mutant genocide, the X-Men must confront Magneto and save the earth from certain destruction.

X-Men Legends – Review

Comic fans will geek out at numerous points (none of which will be spoiled here), but even newcomers to this alternate reality will find things to love thanks to a richly crafted story courtesy of a group of former X-Men writers. Because of this, the game genuinely feels like an X-Men story instead of just generic videogame plot #32654 with X-Men characters in the mix.

X-Men Legends – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Spider-Man 2 – Second Opinion

So I planned on taking Spider-man 2 (and Gene's review) to task here; planned to gripe about the repetitiveness of the street crimes, the flighty combat, the lousy camera, etc. But…I can't do it.

Spider-Man 2 – Review

Spider-man 2 seemed to me like the product of relentless scouring of Internet message boards, videogame reviews and fan input. To be this in tune with the audience is a badge of honor that the intuitive Treyarch developers should wear proudly. As a result, Spider-man 2 is not only the best superhero videogame I've ever played, but also the closest thing to a superhero simulator in existence.

Spider-Man 2 – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

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