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Rebelstar Tactical Command

Game Description: Set on a futuristic Earth, Rebelstar: Tactical Command is a turn-based strategy game and you too can join in the fight against an evil empire in single-player mode. There is also the option to take on a friend in multiplayer mode. The year is 2117 and the evil Arelian Empire has been in control of planet Earth for the last 70 years. When the Arelians first came, they brought with them peace and prosperity to a world ravaged by war, disease and ecological devastation. Later they abducted people when they turned 30 and controlled Earth's inhabitants through fear using their henchmen, the Zorn. Now, a band of rebels rises up to fight against the Arelians and a new recruit, Jorel, quickly advances through the ranks and becomes their leaders. He organizes the rebel forces and builds a powerful global army, challenging the Arelian Empire for control of planet Earth.

Rebelstar Tactical Command – Review

In the early days of the first PlayStation, a quirky PC strategy game was ported onto the console and immediately secured a place on my all-time favorites list. That game was called X-Com: UFO Defense, and to this day I have fond memories of hours spent positioning operatives and planning strategies down to the smallest detail in order to eradicate invading bug-eyed aliens from Mother Earth. Rebelstar Tactical Command may not be a directly related, but the family resemblance is impossible to ignore.

Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut and Bose – Review

Xenosaga Episode II is chronologically the Jan Brady of its series: the bright, gangly and well-meaning middle child that must live up to its bigger sibling's legacy, which is rarely an easy task. Can this game hold its own when compared to its predecessor?

Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut and Bose – Consumer Guide

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

Sigma Star Saga – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence, Suggestive Themes

Sigma Star Saga – Review

You know, I'm really starting to hate the Game Boy Advance. Every time I get it packed up and put away, I hear about some new game sneaking in under the radar that I have to play. Every time I think that its library has officially run dry, there seems to be just one more thing for me to check out.

Sigma Star Saga

Game Description:  In Sigma Star Saga, humanity is struggling to survive against an onslaught by ruthless aliens. Under constant attack, Allied Earth Federation intercepts a Krill communication that singles out six planets in the galaxy that the invaders have taken particular interest in. Sent in as a double agent, players must discover the mystery of the six planets and help defeat the Krill before time runs out for humanity.

Dead to Rights II – Review

I am a fan of Dead to Rights. Just a few minutes into playing the first game, I became fascinated by its intriguing mix of high octane gunplay and laughably inept storytelling. My borderline obsession with that title led to me writing what may well be the longest review in videogame history, a twenty-five thousand word treatise on all the myriad ways in which it contained the most ludicrously inept videogame story of all time. While this may lead the to the assumption that I disliked the game, or had some grudge against the sequel, that couldn't be further from the truth.

Dead to Rights II – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Intense Violence, Sexual Themes, Strong Language

Dead to Rights II

Game Description: Dead To Rights 2 is a 3rd-person action shooter that predates the popular original. When K-9 officer Jack Slate looks into the kidnapping of a judge, he discovers a labyrinth of crime, corruption and betrayal. With the help of his police dog Shadow, he'll confront it and save the judge before it's too late.

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