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Brute Force – Review

Not that Brute Force is bad—on the contrary, it is very polished and thoroughly enjoyable. But for a game that was subject to so many delays and such high expectations, it's disappointingly limited in scope and is sorely lacking innovation or refinement of any kind.

Brute Force

Game Description:  Experience the intensity of a first-person shooter with the cunning strategies of team-based tactical combat in Brute Force. Play alone through six different worlds in the extensive single-player campaign, or grab up to three of your friends to jump in on-the-fly in dynamic cooperative mode. Don't play well with others? Battle it out in a multitude of competitive deathmatch modes.

Freelancer – Review

It's a sobering thought to remember that our planet is such a small piece of a much larger universe. We're used to seeing outer space in science fiction as an arbitrary void where people conveniently zip around in futuristic machines that utterly evade any tangible sense of the true vastness of space.

Freelancer – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Tao Feng: Fist Of The Lotus – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains Blood, Violence

Tao Feng: Fist of the Lotus – Review

Designed by Mortal Kombat co-creator John Tobias, Tao Feng bears more than a few uncanny similarities to the arcade classic that made him famous.

Nightcaster – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Nightcaster – Review

Nightcaster wasn't a sleeper hit—it was just a snoozer. Less a role-playing game (RPG) and more an action brawler in the vein of Sword Of The Berzerk, Nightcaster is an action fantasy in which a mysterious evil has overrun a mythical land, and Arran, our hero, has taken upon himself to purge the world of this evil with an arsenal of deadly magic spells.

Kakuto Chojin – Consumer Guide

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

Kakuto Chojin – Review

The best thing I've gotten from Kakuto Chojin is an appreciation for the finer nuances of today's superior 3D fighters.

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