Project: Snowblind is a near-perfect rendition of an urban firefight environment that will have you ducking for cover.
Athens 2004 may have shipped a bit late for the Olympics, but the game does a great job of capturing the spirit of the games.
Backyard Wrestling 2 really improves over its lukewarm predecessor. This is crazy wrestling action where anything from garden hoses to office equipment are weapons.
Shellshock: Nam 67′ focuses on the horrors of war. Too bad the gameplay does not match the envelope-pushing nature of the cut scenes.
Singles: Flirt up your Life is a relationship sim where your characters are not afraid to get a little "friendly." It’s rated Adults Only for a very good reason.
Thief: Deadly Shadows drops you into the world of a master medieval thief like nothing before it.
Going with the nostalgia angle, Hitman: Contracts combines some of the classical best assassinations with some new challenges.
Although many might argue it is not as good as its predecessor, DeusEx: Invisible War is a lot of fun, and breaks out into the console world too.
Backyard Wrestling is not something for the kiddies. Though a very fascinating American subculture, the Backyard Wrestling videos contain everything you wouldn’t want your little brother seeing. Backyard Wrestlers aren’t just athletes – they’re machines. Immune to pain, backyard wrestlers do everything from stab each other with bottles, hit each other with barbed wire enwrapped bats, and even fall three stories through tables engulfed in flames. It’s sick, it’s demented, and unbelievably entertaining to anyone who doesn’t have a weak stomach. So, when Eidos announced half a year or so ago that they would be release a game based on … Continue reading Violent, Demented Fun
The Nintendo Gamecube has worked up a bad reputation as being a system for the kids. Compared to the Xbox and Playstation 2, Gamecube has very little mature games that appeal to older gamers. Nintendo has tried several times to get third party developers to make mature games for the Gamecube, and has been relatively successful. However, most third party developers have been scared away because they don’t want to compete with Nintendo’s excellent first party games. Eidos released Hitman 2 on all platforms, but it was released on the Gamecube a few months after the other systems. By releasing … Continue reading GameCube Gets Hit