Archives for ‘game’

    • Gameboy Advance SP

      by Dijita

      Two years ago I bought a Game Boy Advance just before my trip to Vegas. I figured it would provide some good entertainment while performing the ritualistic boring wait in the airport. Sure enough it did a job well done. My only complaint was that it was always hard to see the game. I always …

    • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

      by Nixon & Pele

      Nixon: What we have here is Canadian game developer here who has made such RPGs as Baldur’s Gate and Neverwinter Nights: namely BioWare Corp. based in Edmonton, Alberta. Their latest for the Xbox is Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR). LucasArts had decided to contract out to BioWare to be their …

    • Bookworm Deluxe

      by David Gluzman

      Gaming is a popular topic of conversation on R4NT these days. I’ve read many opinions on how “Enter The Matrix” is the best game going right now, and I think it just plain sucks; it’s boring and the quality is comparable to an underdeveloped duck embryo. Call me boring, but I remember back …

    • Game: Unreal 2

      by Crom & D4V

      D4V: After a 7 month hiatus of the tag team review, we are back in full force as a special treat for the inauguration of issue 3.0. However, we couldn’t have picked a shittier game to review than Unreal 2.
      Crom: Truly, most special events have something worthwhile to talk about. Sadly, we managed …

    • Xbox Live

      by David Gluzman

      $80 for headset/mic combo combined with 2 game demos and an online subscription model that doesn’t even tell me how much it will cost when the free year of xbox live is over. Ahh.. Good ol’ Microsoft.
      Crack the package open with a soldering iron then proceed to revert back to your days of building Lego …

    • The Future of gaming

      by David Gluzman

      ..Killing 50 or so people in a random arena, or clicking to death an opponent in a RPG is just pathetic. *Yawn* I don’t have the time or energy to devote building up skills (character stats) in different games.

    • Dungeon Siege (PC)

      by Crom & D4V

      Crom: Unless you’ve lived in a dark hole, then you’ve heard of Microsofts latest RPG “Dungeon Siege”. Following in the unsure footsteps of such gaming extravaganzas as Diablow and Diablow II , Dungeon Siege is a Single/Multiplayer world of battle. The 3d graphics were a much needed improvement to this style of game, and the …

    • Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast (PC)

      by Crom & D4V

      D4V: Being a huge StarWars fan for many a year, I greatly anticipated trying out my own personal light-saber. Thusly picking up a copy of the latest from Lucasarts was in order. From install to uninstall please read on to find out more about this 1st person shooter with a twist.
      Crom: Now, D4V and a …

    • Wreckless (Xbox)

      by Crom & D4V

      D4V: Once again we’ve fallen easy pray to a game with huge hype and crazy techno music. A few months back when I first scoped out the scene on this game, I thought it looked like yet another version of GTA3, except all you did was ram stuff with you car. Cool premise in theory …

    • SSX Tricky (Xbox)

      by Crom & D4V

      Crom: Having played our one Xbox game to death, a fresh one was needed. In the boredom of a Sunday night, we needed something fun, we needed something…tricky. And, we set sail for the nearest Buckluster, and picked up SSX Tricky, snowboarders delight. A crazy mix of big airs, cool tricks, and bad music.
      D4V: Ah …

    • Halo (Xbox)

      by Crom & D4V

      D4V: We finally got our dirty fingers on a super crazy all black big hype X-Box during the holidays. Thusly it seems fit that we review the main title available for this M$ console… Halo.
      Crom: Much hype has surrounded Halo, since Bungie announced the game almost 2 and a half years ago. …

    • Game: Spy Hunter 2 (Playstation 2)

      by Crom & D4V

      Crom: I remember riding my bike down to the Southland Leisure center for the sole purpose of shoveling quarters into the Spy Hunter arcade machine. The music and action were mesmerizing. I couldn’t wait to smash the weapons van button and get some smoke or missile action. It was that pleasant childhood memory that caused …

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