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NHL 2004 - PS2 - Preview

E3 2003 First Look The team at EA Canada added some new members to their team of video puckheads in Black Box, developers of other hockey titles such

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Planetside - PC - Preview

Planetside is the world's first Massive Multiplayer online first-person action game. A yet to be determined monthly subscription fee ($10-$15) will b

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RTX Red Rock - PS2 - Preview

The handle is E.Z., but life is anything but what the acronym implies. Life is quite challenging, but instead of merely impeding progress, the obstac

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Gladius - PS2 - Preview

The competitors have been drawn from many different realms, each boasting unique abilities and attacks. But the contest has dire outcomes for the los

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Shadowbane - PC - Preview

The battle is engaged, a melee/tank against a foul denizen of the forest. Blows are traded, then . black screen and a message stating the host machin

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Amplitude - PS2 - Preview

As the colorful light images scroll across the screen, heads bob to the sound of music. Suddenly you find yourself trapped within it, almost as if yo

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Devastation - PC - Preview

OK m starting to get a glimpse of what the future will look like, especially after playing hours and hours of games like Terminator 2 and Red Faction

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Rise of Nations - PC - Preview 2

The world of simulation/civilization games is quite crowded. Gameplay tends to be similar, and the overall looks of the games tend to be crafted from

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My Street - PS2 - Preview

My Street is about a bunch of kids who get together and play games. The demo did not reveal much more of a story than that, and based on the targeted

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Primal - PS2 - Preview

Like a good action flick, Primal throws players right into the middle of the action. The demo began without a hint of control information -- the minu

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Freelancer - PC - Preview

The war had raged for 100 years, so long that the reason it all began was blurred in history. All that remained were two sides, battling for territor