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A lot of gamers prefer to game in the dark to increase the level of immersion in their games. Will a glowing keyboard help?

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War Plan Orange

14 Mar 2006 0

What's Orange about a War Plan? Bill Trotter explains how hypothetical wargaming in the 1920s foreshadowed World War II and eventually manifested itself into a wargame for the 21st century.

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Music and sound quality can make or break a gaming experience, but sometimes it’s not best to crank the speakers to 10 to fully appreciate the audio (especially when the kids are sleeping). This is where a good set of headphones can extend the longevity of a good gaming session or, in some ways, even enhance it.

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The cold hinterland of Finland was the setting for the 1939-1940 Winter War, a battle that has now been thoroughly examined in this new TV documentary. Jim Zabek reports.

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Kosumi

28 Jan 2006 0

"Most online games today are like high powered sports cars, decked out with the latest graphical bells and whistles, intense game play and in-your-face action. Kosumi is more like the custom classic car your neighbor has been quietly working on in his garage..."

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Legion Arena

23 Jan 2006 0

Leo Farrell reviews Legion Arena, an RPG-strategy game. Is developer Slitherine onto something with this hybrid or will taking elements from both genres only be a case of trying to do much in one game?

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Earth 2160

17 Jan 2006 0

Humanity’s future is bloody, but is it worth saving?

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Is grog gaming alive and well on the PC? Michael Eckenfels answers with his review of Schwerpunkt's latest.

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UFO: Aftershock

10 Jan 2006 0

True to its heritage, UFO: Aftershock deftly blends elements of strategy, role-playing and squad-level tactics in a simultaneous turn-based game that’s both compulsive and challenging.

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Grab a broadsword, crossbow, or mace and prepare to battle orcs, ogres, Dark Elves, half-vampires and a host of magical creatures. Additionally, sound military tactics are required since Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes challenges more than just the reflexes. Author Mark Link takes a look at this combination action, adventure, and role-paying game for the Xbox.

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