Knockout Kings 2000
 

Knockout Kings 2000

There goes the mouthpiece!

 
WWF War Zone
 

WWF War Zone

Rocky doesn't suck!

 
Age of Empires II + The Conquerors
 

Age of Empires II

Monk! I need a monk!

 

Amber: Journeys Beyond

Despite the fact that horror games were a pretty well-tapped genre, Amber: Journeys Beyond manages to find a pretty unique angle. In the game, you play as the friend of a zealous paranormal investigator. She has purchased a reputed “haunted house” in the North Carolina hills, and has been working there feverishly on new equipment […]

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Jordan vs Bird

In what represents perhaps the greatest meeting of black and white since Aerosmith and Run DMC recorded “Walk This Way,” Jordan vs Bird offers the chance to play as one of the two 80’s basketball heroes in a handful of b-ball related challenges. The highlight is, of course, a one-on-one match between the two. In […]

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Star Wars: TIE Fighter 95

TIE Fighter is a natural sequel to the X-Wing series, allowing you to play the Empire’s side of the story. The game takes place between the second and third movies, and after X-Wing, so you won’t be playing through the same missions again. Interestingly, you don’t get the feeling that you’re playing for the “bad […]

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BioForge

Here’s one that may or may not be familiar to classic adventure gamers. BioForge is a sci-fi quest that places you as an amnesiac character who wakes up in a futuristic prison cell. I know what you’re thinking, I can stop because you’ve heard this one before. Well, the catch this time is that you’ve […]

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Space Hulk: Vengeance of the Blood Angels

Space Hulk: Vengeance is based off of the Warhammer 40K tabletop games created by Games Workshop. I must admit that I am not familiar with them, so I’m approaching this review from a strictly video game standpoint. The game doesn’t appear to be using any pen-and-paper or RPG rules anyway, so you can consider this […]

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The Terminator: 2029

For a while, Terminator games were a hot property. Bethesda Software, before they became better-known for their Elder Scrolls/Morrowind games, had acquired what must have been very generous rights for developing a whole bevy of Terminator-licensed games. I count at least four offhand, and this DOS shooter marks the first. Terminator 2029 focuses on the […]

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