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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2: Summit Strike – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains Blood, Mild Language, Violence

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2: Summit Strike – Review

I have yet to play a videogame that makes me jump the way Ghost Recon does when I hear the "thuck!" of a bullet hitting my on-screen commando, leaving him gasping for air as he shouts to his comrades, "I've taken a hit!" That is, of course, if he's lucky enough to take the hit on his body armor.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2: Summit Strike

Game Description: Ghost Recon 2: Summit Strike is a fantastic new peek into the world of the Ghosts, offering new levels and new gameplay for fans of military and shooter action. Travel to Kazakhstan, a Central Asian republic on the brink of chaos. When the Kazakh President is murdered by a Pakistani warlord trying to conquer the country, the Ghosts team up with UN forces and head in for the hunt.

Peter Jackson's King Kong – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

America's Army: Rise of a Soldier

Game Description: America's Army: Rise Of A Soldier offers the most true to life Army experience possible. Built in partnership with the U.S. Army, this game allows you to create a soldier and take him through the high risk excitement of an Army career. Intense single player missions and high adrenaline multiplayer action build the skills of your soldier and advancing him through his career.

Peter Jackson's King Kong – Review

The game is just wonderfully average most of the time, which given the history of games based on films should actually be enough to earn this title praise. The only problem is that expectations were raised for this title thanks to the presence of legendary game developer Michel Ancel. Ancel, who's made games like the Rayman titles and the criminally underrated Beyond Good and Evil brought a certain amount of expectation along with him when he took over this project—and unfortunately, only some of those expectations are actually realized in the finished product.

America's Army: Rise of a Soldier – Review

There's something despicable about this game. Something unsettling. As I played through it, I found it bothered me more and more. The limits of technology and control devices ensure that games can only be so realistic. Players understand this restriction, and generally only ask games to be as realistic as their settings require. What unsettles me about this game is that the gameplay is nowhere near as realistic as its setting requires it to be.

America's Army: Rise of a Soldier – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones – Consumer Guide

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

Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones – Review

It's been a long road for the Prince of Persia. Coming from out of nowhere to score a smash reinvention after years of lying fallow, the masterful Sands of Time was both a surprise and a pleasure. The sophomore followup, Warrior Within, was an effort that was structurally admirable, but left many cold with darker aesthetics and harsher tone. Unlike some developers, Ubisoft must have been paying attention to the unhappy comments because this third iteration, The Two Thrones, is a solid return to the form and style that made so many sit up and take notice.

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