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Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows

Game Description: The legendary arcade classic Gauntlet is reborn with a new vision, story and gameplay in Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows. Seeking to undo the past, a powerful emperor is lost in his own dreams and nightmares. After being imprisoned by him for two centuries, four immortal heroes set out to undo their tormentor's lifetime of regrets. In the process, they must deal with the consequences of their own actions and watch as the world shakes apart around them. Seven Sorrows is the fusion of fantasy fighting action with the strategy and fascination of user friendly RPG elements, challenging gamers in solo play, co-op and a thriving online community. Junction Skills. Featuring avant-garde Junction Skills, players can band together to use their skills and abilities to unleash a number of devastating attacks upon their unsuspecting enemies.

Pac-Man World 3 – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Cartoon Violence

Pac-Man World 3

Game Description:  In a mad search for power, evil genius Erwin creates a machine that can penetrate into the Spectral Realm. But now, the Spectral Realm is collapsing into the real world and this will bring about a massive catastrophe that will plunge the world into a state of devistation for years to come. After mysteriously having been transported out of Pac-Village and into this strange and different land, Pac-Man must uncover Erwin's plot and save the world. Along the way, Pac-Man will meet a host of unexpected "old friends," and in order to defeat the ultimate enemy, he might just have to turn his old foes into allies. There are new Pac-Man moves such as climb fences, jump up walls, swing around poles and punch enemies. Includes the original Pac-Man arcade game from 1980.

Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows – Review

With the click-click-click of my X and Square buttons as a soundtrack, I'm fighting off swarms of demon hordes while racking up experience points and nibbling on food whenever my health gets too low. (Many times I am disgustingly wasteful, littering the ground with dozens of cheeses I'll never need). Sometimes there's a switch to pull or a boss to fight, but mostly I just hold my own against monsters that keep coming at me like George Romero's zombies.

Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Pac-Man World 3 – Review

In the midst of his 25th birthday party, Pac-Man is teleported into a sewer by a friendly ghost named Ors. Ors tells him that some creep named Erwin is messing with the Spectral Realm; it's up to Pac-Man to save the ghosts, and, by extension, the universe. The story's pretty forgettable, and so is the game.

From Russia With Love

Game Description: The year is 1963. Your name is Bond, James Bond. And your mission is to slip inside the dangerous and debonair world of the original 007 played by none other than Sean Connery. Travel to exotic destinations such as Istanbul on the Orient Express, connect with a beautiful Russian double agent, and immerse yourself into an authentic re-creation of the classic Bond world. In missions that combine driving and stealth, delve deeper into the plot of the legendary film in an experience that will leave you shaken... and stirred.

From Russia With Love – Review

So long as they're framed as action adventures, there's never going to be a game that captures the spirit of the James Bond franchise. Mostly this is because when it comes right down to it, a Bond movie isn't about the action or the explosions, or the cars (well, it's a little about the cars)—it's about the way all of those elements combine to create a very specific feel. James Bond is effortlessly cool. Methodically gunning down hundreds of repetitive enemies? Less so.

From Russia With Love – Consumer Guide

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

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Lockdown

Game Description:  Engineered specifically for the PC by Red Storm Entertainment, Rainbow Six returns to deliver the tensest close-quarter battles ever experienced online. In this episode, Rainbow faces independent terrorist threats, tied together by one common element—the Legion virus. Rainbow must determine the connection between the terrorist threats and the virus.

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