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William Shatner’s TekWar 

William Shatner’s TekWar

TekWar had grand, nearly Deus Ex-like ideas, but its “virtual city” is an unfinished bore. A rewrite of my sloppy 2004 review (I actually played through it this time).

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Hybrid Heaven 

Hybrid Heaven

Today, we look at the only game allowing you to use pro wrestling moves on mutants to save the president from being replaced with an alien clone. Yup.

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Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire 

Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire

We go rollicking through the margins of the Star Wars canon to bring you an N64 classic that features some of the strangest boss fights ever.

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Shadowrun (GEN) 

Shadowrun (GEN)

Dragons, magic, cyborgs, hacking, gunslinging, zombies, elves, orcs, gangs, and evil corporations…yup, there’s something for everyone here.

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Doom 64 

Doom 64

(What, are you kidding? Of *course* I’ve had notes for this sitting around until we added an N64 section!) The last of the 2D Doom titles gives us one last good fight.

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G-Police 

G-Police

Within a month (depending on where you lived) of the famous Colony Wars releasing, this similar number has you flying the baddest-ass space helicopter there is around a city that’s pure Blade Runner.

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