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Far Cry

11 May 2004 0

Blasting its way into the FPS market ahead of Doom III and Half-Life 2, Far Cry just stole the crown as the shooter to beat.

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"...is an attempt by the author to dig deeply into Chamberlain’s personal life through records, letters, and other resources, as well as personal accounts written by others who knew Chamberlain."

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Chrome

06 May 2004 0

The FPS genre has a slew of new entries. Can Chrome distinguish itself?

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"...is one of Osprey Publishing’s Men-at-Arms series and the second volume describing the history, organization, uniforms, and equipment of British forces that fought in Portugal, Spain, and southern France from 1808-1814, known as the Peninsular War."

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"...tells the story of both one man and the many men who followed him through World War II, and from there into the political wars of peacetime."

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Battle Over Europe

29 Apr 2004 0

This Just Flight expansion pack for IL-2 Sturmovik: Forgotten Battles gets Ciril Rozic's review. Find out if this 3rd party add-on is worthy of the IL-2 name.

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Flight sim ace Mark Bourdeaux revisits the jet-powered Strike Fighters: Project 1 to see what's been improved with Service Pack 2 since the game's FUBAR'ed release in the fall of 2002.

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Deluxe Bitter Woods

23 Apr 2004 0

"Deluxe Bitter Woods is the fourth edition of - no surprise - Bitter Woods, a regimental-level game that's been a tournament favorite since its original release by the Avalon Hill Company in 1998."

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Lloyd Sabin waxes nostalgic as he takes Ubisoft's revivied (and amazing) Prince of Persia adventure game for a spin.

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Gringo!

19 Apr 2004 0

Wargames about the Mexican-American War of 1846-48 simply do not command the shelf space given to Napoleonic and American Civil War titles. Into this void rushes GMT Games and designer Richard Berg. Does their release of Gringo! demand a new look at the war? The Wargamer’s Pete Gade says, "Si!"

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