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Nov 4, 2006

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent Review (Not the best in the series, but a good, solid title)

I've played every title in the Splinter Cell series, with the exception of the newest title, Conviction. This title is the fourth in the series, being preceded by Splinter Cell (SC1), SC: Pandora Tomorrow (SCPT/SC2), and SC: Chaos Theory (SCCT/SC3). This is my least favorite story/title in the series, but that doesn't make it a bad game. I would rate my order of preference as SC3, SC1, SC2, and then SC4. If you consider purchasing Chaos Theory (SC3/SCCT) however, be sure to read my review.

This title uses a modified version of the Unreal 2.5 engine, and can be a little taxing on some systems. On the plus side, I'm running Windows 7 64-bit beta, and this game runs just fine on that OS.

In this title you return to the scene as Samuel "Sam" Fisher, expert at stealth and espionage, star agent for the NSA's "Third Echelon". The game begins where Chaos Theory ends, and you start off being flown to an arctic facility where you are to investigate "suspicious activities". In this mission you are working with a rookie agent named John Hodge. This mission ends in a less-than-optimal fashion, and is quickly followed up with a cut-scene involving sad news on a personal level for our man Sam. After this the game REALLY begins. The story takes you through a fairly high energy ride involving professional and personal losses, prison break, secret agendas, betrayals, nuclear chemistry, and story defining decisions.

Double Agent adds a few new game-play mechanics to the series, and it is HIGHLY recommended that you utilize the training exercises before beginning the story, even if you're a veteran SC player. Like Chaos Theory before it, Double Agent provides cooperative two-player missions which make references to the single player storyline, and are also referenced BY the single player story. The multiplayer VERSUS version of this game restricts the spy player more that previous titles, and was not as widely accepted as the versions in SCPT or SCCT.

All in all this is a sound addition to the Splinter Cell series, and I highly recommend it.
Verdict: 80/100

Nov 3, 2006

Neverwinter Nights 2

game review: The long-awaited full sequel to Bioware's series based on Dungeons & Dragons rules. Neverwinter Nights 2 continues the tradition with an even deeper and more engrossing storyline, tremendously immersive character development, stunning graphics, and, an expansive multiplayer experience. The player's journey not only expands their personal power, but also their political power, as he rises through the ranks of Neverwinter society and can even becomes a lesser noble of Neverwinter Cities are alive in the game, teeming with the life of children play through the street, farmers lead their animals around, and passersby walk on their mysterious business. In addition, frequented locations change rather dramatically between chapters. Past the campaign included with the game itself, Neverwinter Nights 2 also gives you all the tools you need to build your own modules, campaigns, and adventures.
Publisher: Atari
Developer: Obsidian Entertainment
Platform: PC · Genre: RPG
Release Date: 10/31/06 · Origin: U.S.

Mystery Solitaire - Secret Island



game info: You’re cast away on Secret Island with no way off. Match cards in more than 60 unique levels, explore 12 intriguing island locations, and go off in search of clues to find the way off the island. To unlock the clues and continue to the next location you must first find the hidden objects that have been lost underwater and on land. Find your way home today!

Nov 1, 2006

The All Boxing Games for PC, PS3, Xbox360, iPhone and more...

1988 10...Knock Out! Commodore 64/128 1 Stars
1988 3d World Boxing Champion Commodore 64/128 2 Stars
1991 4D Boxing Macintosh 4 Stars
1991 4D Boxing IBM PC Compatible 3.5 Stars
1991 ABC's Wide World of Sports Boxing IBM PC Compatible 2 Stars
2008 Animal Boxing Nintendo DS 2 Stars
2011 Animal Boxing [DSiWare] Nintendo DSi 2 Stars
1992 Ashita no Joe [Japanese] Super Nintendo Entertainment System
1985 Barry McGuigan World Championship Boxing Commodore 64/128 2 Stars
2012 Beast Boxing Turbo IBM PC Compatible 2 Stars
2012 Beast Boxing Turbo Macintosh 2 Stars
2013 Beast Boxing Turbo Ouya 2 Stars
1994 Best Bout Boxing Arcade 2 Stars
1988 The Big K.O. Commodore 64/128 2 Stars
2002 Black & Bruised [European] Nintendo GameCube
2002 Black & Bruised [European] PlayStation 2
2003 Black & Bruised PlayStation 2 2 Stars
2003 Black & Bruised Nintendo GameCube 2 Stars
2003 Black & Bruised [European] PlayStation 2
2003 Black & Bruised [European] Nintendo GameCube
198X Boxen Commodore 64/128 1.5 Stars
1989 Boxer Texas Instruments TI-99 2 Stars
1980 Boxing Intellivision 3.5 Stars
1980 Boxing Atari Video Computer System 2 Stars
1990 Boxing [Japanese] Game Boy
2001 Boxing PlayStation 2.5 Stars
1980 Boxing [Sears] Intellivision 3.5 Stars
2001 Boxing Fever Game Boy Advance 4 Stars
2002 Boxing Fever [European] Game Boy Advance
2013 Boxing Fight [Xbox Live Arcade] Xbox 360 1.5 Stars
1993 Boxing Legends of the Ring Super Nintendo Entertainment System 3.5 Stars
1993 Boxing Legends of the Ring Sega Genesis 3 Stars
2000 The Boxing: Simple 1500 Series Vol. 32 [Japanese] PlayStation
1988 By Fair Means or Foul [European] Amstrad CPC
1993 Caesars World of Boxing Philips CD-i 2.5 Stars
1995 Center Ring Boxing Sega Saturn 2 Stars
1991 Champions Forever Boxing TurboGrafx-16 2.5 Stars
1983 Championship Boxing Arcade 2 Stars
1986 Championship Boxing Commodore 64/128 2.5 Stars
1986 Championship Boxing Atari ST 2.5 Stars
1987 Championship Boxing Apple II 1.5 Stars
1994 Chavez Super Nintendo Entertainment System 2 Stars
1993 Chavez II Sega Genesis 2.5 Stars
1995 Chavez II Super Nintendo Entertainment System 2.5 Stars
2013 Concussion Boxing Android Phone 2.5 Stars
2013 Concussion Boxing Android Tablet 2.5 Stars
2013 Concussion Boxing iPhone 2.5 Stars
2013 Concussion Boxing iPad 2.5 Stars
2014 Concussion Boxing Ouya 2.5 Stars
2014 Concussion Boxing Amazon Fire TV 2.5 Stars
1999 Contender PlayStation 2 Stars
2000 Contender 2 PlayStation 2 Stars
1989 Devastating Blow Commodore 64/128 2 Stars
1989 Digital Champ [Japanese] TurboGrafx-16
2008 Digital Champ: Battle Boxing [Virtual Console] Wii 1.5 Stars
2009 Doc Louis's Punch-Out!! [WiiWare] Wii 2.5 Stars
2009 Don King Boxing [European] Nintendo DS
2009 Don King Boxing Wii 2 Stars
2009 Don King Boxing Nintendo DS 2.5 Stars
2008 Don King Presents: Prizefighter Xbox 360 1.5 Stars
2008 Don King Presents: Prizefighter [European] Xbox 360
1992 Evander Holyfield's "Real Deal" Boxing Sega Game Gear 2 Stars
1992 Evander Holyfield's "Real Deal" Boxing Sega Genesis 3 Stars
2008 FaceBreaker Xbox 360 2 Stars
2008 FaceBreaker PlayStation 3 2 Stars
2008 Facebreaker [European] Xbox 360
2008 FaceBreaker K.O. Party Wii 2 Stars
1986 Fight Night Commodore 64/128 1.5 Stars
1988 Fight Night Atari 7800 2 Stars
2004 Fight Night 2004 PlayStation 2 3.5 Stars
2004 Fight Night 2004 Xbox 3.5 Stars
2004 Fight Night 2004 [European] PlayStation 2
2004 Fight Night 2004 [European] Xbox
2011 Fight Night Champion Xbox 360 3.5 Stars
2011 Fight Night Champion PlayStation 3 3.5 Stars
2005 Fight Night: Round 2 Xbox 3.5 Stars
2005 Fight Night: Round 2 PlayStation 2 3.5 Stars
2005 Fight Night: Round 2 Nintendo GameCube 3.5 Stars
2005 Fight Night: Round 2 [European] PlayStation 2
2005 Fight Night: Round 2 [European] Nintendo GameCube
2005 Fight Night: Round 2 [European] Xbox
2006 Fight Night: Round 3 Mobile 3.5 Stars
2006 Fight Night: Round 3 PlayStation 2 3.5 Stars
2006 Fight Night: Round 3 Xbox 3.5 Stars
2006 Fight Night: Round 3 Xbox 360 3.5 Stars
2006 Fight Night: Round 3 PlayStation Portable 3 Stars
2006 Fight Night: Round 3 [European] Xbox 360
2006 Fight Night: Round 3 [European] Xbox
2006 Fight Night: Round 3 [European] PlayStation 2
2006 Fight Night: Round 3 [European] PlayStation Portable
2006 Fight Night: Round 3 PlayStation 3 3.5 Stars
2007 Fight Night: Round 3 [Classics] [European] Xbox 360
2009 Fight Night: Round 4 Xbox 360 3.5 Stars
2009 Fight Night: Round 4 PlayStation 3 3.5 Stars
2010 The Fight: Lights Out PlayStation 3 1.5 Stars
1988 Final Blow [European] Arcade 2 Stars
1988 Final Blow [Japanese] Arcade
1990 Final Blow [Japanese] Sega Genesis
1993 Final Knockout [Japanese] Super Nintendo Entertainment System
1988 The Final Round Arcade 3 Stars
1995 Foes of Ali 3DO 2.5 Stars
1995 Foreman for Real Super Nintendo Entertainment System 2 Stars
1995 Foreman for Real Sega Genesis 1.5 Stars
1995 Foreman for Real Sega Game Gear 2 Stars
1995 Foreman for Real [European] Super Nintendo Entertainment System 2 Stars
1995 Foreman for Real Game Boy 2 Stars
1995 Foreman for Real [Japanese] Super Nintendo Entertainment System 2 Stars
2003 Fox Sports Boxing Mobile 3 Stars
1985 Frank Bruno's Boxing Commodore 64/128 3 Stars
1995 Funky Head Boxers [Japanese] Arcade 2 Stars
1992 George Foreman's KO Boxing Sega Genesis 2 Stars
1992 George Foreman's KO Boxing [European] Sega Master System
1992 George Foreman's KO Boxing Sega Game Gear 2.5 Stars
1992 George Foreman's KO Boxing Game Boy 2 Stars
1992 George Foreman's KO Boxing Nintendo Entertainment System 1.5 Stars
1993 George Foreman's KO Boxing Super Nintendo Entertainment System 2 Stars
1993 Greatest Heavyweights Sega Genesis 4 Stars
1988 Hard Puncher [Japanese] Arcade 2 Stars
2000 HBO Boxing PlayStation 2 Stars
1976 Heavyweight Champ Arcade 2 Stars
1987 Heavyweight Champ Arcade 2 Stars
1990 Heavyweight Championship Boxing Game Boy 3.5 Stars
2005 Heavyweight Thunder IBM PC Compatible 2.5 Stars
2006 Heavyweight Thunder [European] IBM PC Compatible
1990 James "Buster" Douglas Knockout Boxing Sega Genesis 2 Stars
1990 James "Buster" Douglas Knockout Boxing Sega Master System 1.5 Stars
2010 K.O. Cruiser Atari Video Computer System 1.5 Stars
1985 King of Boxer [European] Arcade 2 Stars
1998 Knockout Kings PlayStation 2.5 Stars
1999 Knockout Kings Game Boy Color 2 Stars
1999 Knockout Kings 2000 Nintendo 64 2.5 Stars
1999 Knockout Kings 2000 PlayStation 3 Stars
2000 Knockout Kings 2001 PlayStation 3 Stars
2001 Knockout Kings 2001 PlayStation 2 2 Stars
2002 Knockout Kings 2001 [European] PlayStation 2
2002 Knockout Kings 2002 PlayStation 2 2 Stars
2002 Knockout Kings 2002 Xbox 2 Stars
2002 Knockout Kings 2002 [Japanese] Xbox
2002 Knockout Kings 2002 [European] PlayStation 2
2002 Knockout Kings 2002 [European] Xbox
2002 Knockout Kings 2003 Nintendo GameCube 2.5 Stars
2002 Knockout Kings 2003 [European] Nintendo GameCube
1999 KO IBM PC Compatible 2.5 Stars
1981 KO Punch Arcade 2.5 Stars
1999 KO: Ultra-Realistic Boxing IBM PC Compatible 1 Stars
1991 Legend of Success Joe Arcade 2.5 Stars
1991 Legend of Success Joe [Japanese] Neo Geo Advanced Entertainment System
1990 Low Blow IBM PC Compatible 2 Stars
2000 Mike Tyson Boxing PlayStation 2 Stars
2002 Mike Tyson Boxing Game Boy Advance 2 Stars
2002 Mike Tyson Heavyweight Boxing [European] PlayStation 2
2002 Mike Tyson Heavyweight Boxing PlayStation 2 1.5 Stars
2002 Mike Tyson Heavyweight Boxing Xbox 1 Stars
2002 Mike Tyson Heavyweight Boxing [European] Xbox
2002 Mike Tyson's Boxing [European] Game Boy Advance
1987 Mike Tyson's Punch Out!! [PlayChoice] Arcade 4 Stars
1987 Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! Nintendo Entertainment System 4 Stars
2007 The Mobile Ring Mobile 3.5 Stars
2001 Mocap Boxing Arcade 3 Stars
2006 Muhammad Ali Boxing 2D Mobile 2 Stars
2006 Muhammad Ali Boxing 3D Mobile 2 Stars
1994 Muhammad Ali Boxing [Japanese] Super Nintendo Entertainment System
2005 Muhammad Ali Boxing 3D Mobile 2.5 Stars
1992 Muhammad Ali Heavyweight Boxing Sega Genesis 3 Stars
1993 Muhammad Ali Heavyweight Boxing Game Boy 2 Stars
1993 Onizuka Katsuya Super Virtual Boxing [Japanese] Super Nintendo Entertainment System
2010 Pilgrim's Punch-Out iPhone 2 Stars
2010 Pilgrim's Punch-Out iPad 2 Stars
1990 Pound for Pound [European] Arcade 2 Stars
2010 Power Punch Wii 1.5 Stars
1992 Power Punch II Nintendo Entertainment System 2.5 Stars
1993 Prime Time Fighter Arcade 2 Stars
2000 Prince Naseem Boxing [European] PlayStation
1993 Prize Fighter Sega CD 3.5 Stars
Prize Fighter [Canceled] Macintosh
2002 Punch King Game Boy Advance 1.5 Stars
1984 Punch-Out!! Arcade 3 Stars
1992 Punch-Out!! Nintendo Entertainment System 3.5 Stars
2009 Punch-Out!! Wii 3.5 Stars
2011 Punch-Out!! [Nintendo Selects] Wii 3.5 Stars
2007 Punch-Out!! [Virtual Console] Wii 3 Stars
2012 Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream [Virtual Console] Nintendo 3DS 4 Stars
2013 Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream [Virtual Console] Wii U 3.5 Stars
1999 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing [European] PlayStation
1999 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing Dreamcast 3.5 Stars
1999 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing [European] Dreamcast
1999 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing Nintendo 64 3 Stars
1999 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing PlayStation 3.5 Stars
1999 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing Game Boy Color 3 Stars
2000 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing [Japanese] Dreamcast
2000 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2 PlayStation 2 2.5 Stars
2000 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2 Dreamcast 2.5 Stars
2000 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2 PlayStation 3 Stars
2000 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2 Nintendo 64 2.5 Stars
2000 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2 [European] PlayStation 2
2001 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2 Game Boy Advance 3 Stars
2001 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2 [European] Game Boy Advance
2009 Ready 2 Rumble Revolution Wii 1 Stars
2012 Real Boxing iPhone 2.5 Stars
2012 Real Boxing iPad 2.5 Stars
2013 Real Boxing Android Phone 2.5 Stars
2013 Real Boxing Android Tablet 2.5 Stars
2014 Real Boxing IBM PC Compatible
2013 Real Boxing [PlayStation Network] PlayStation Vita 2.5 Stars
2011 Real Steel [PlayStation Network] PlayStation 3 1.5 Stars
2011 Real Steel [Xbox Live Arcade] Xbox 360 1.5 Stars
2013 Real Steel: World Robot Boxing iPhone 2.5 Stars
2013 Real Steel: World Robot Boxing iPad 2.5 Stars
2013 Real Steel: World Robot Boxing Android Phone 2.5 Stars
2013 Real Steel: World Robot Boxing Android Tablet 2.5 Stars
1988 RealSports Boxing Atari Video Computer System 2.5 Stars
1993 Riddick Bowe Boxing Super Nintendo Entertainment System 3 Stars
1993 Riddick Bowe Boxing Sega Game Gear 2 Stars
1993 Riddick Bowe Boxing [Japanese] Super Nintendo Entertainment System
1994 Riddick Bowe Boxing Game Boy 2 Stars
1985 Ring King Arcade 3 Stars
1987 Ring King Nintendo Entertainment System 2 Stars
1986 Ring King II Arcade 3 Stars
1998 Ring Ni Kakero [Japanese] Super Nintendo Entertainment System
1984 Ringside Seat Commodore 64/128 3 Stars
1987 Rocky Sega Master System 2.5 Stars
2002 Rocky [European] Xbox
2002 Rocky [European] Game Boy Advance
2002 Rocky Xbox 2.5 Stars
2002 Rocky Nintendo GameCube 2.5 Stars
2002 Rocky Game Boy Advance 1.5 Stars
2002 Rocky [European] PlayStation 2
2002 Rocky PlayStation 2 2.5 Stars
2002 Rocky [European] Nintendo GameCube
2007 Rocky Balboa [European] PlayStation Portable
2007 Rocky Balboa PlayStation Portable 1.5 Stars
2004 Rocky Legends PlayStation 2 3 Stars
2004 Rocky Legends Xbox 3 Stars
2004 Rocky Legends [European] PlayStation 2
2004 Rocky Legends [European] Xbox
1983 Rocky Super Action Boxing ColecoVision 2.5 Stars
2007 Showtime Championship Boxing Nintendo DS 1.5 Stars
2007 Showtime Championship Boxing Wii 1.5 Stars
2008 Showtime Championship Boxing [European] Nintendo DS
1984 Sierra Championship Boxing IBM PC Compatible 2.5 Stars
1985 Sierra Championship Boxing Macintosh 2 Stars
2008 Smack Boxing iPhone 1.5 Stars
2004 Snoop Dogg Boxing Mobile 2 Stars
1985 Star Rank Boxing Commodore 64/128 2.5 Stars
2006 Super K.O. Boxing Mobile 3.5 Stars
1984 Super Punch-Out [Japanese] Arcade
1985 Super Punch-Out!! Arcade 3.5 Stars
1994 Super Punch-Out!! Super Nintendo Entertainment System 3.5 Stars
1994 Super Punch-Out!! [European] Super Nintendo Entertainment System
1998 Super Punch-Out!! [Japanese] Super Nintendo Entertainment System
2009 Super Punch-Out!! [Virtual Console] Wii 3.5 Stars
2013 Super Punch-Out!! [Virtual Console] Wii U
198X Thai Boxing 2 Commodore 64/128 2 Stars
198X Thai Boxing 3 Commodore 64/128 2 Stars
1991 Title Fight Arcade 4 Stars
1988 TKO IBM PC Compatible 2.5 Stars
1987 TKO Boxing Arcade 2.5 Stars
1992 TKO Super Championship Boxing Super Nintendo Entertainment System 3 Stars
1993 Top Ranking Stars Arcade 2.5 Stars
1994 Toughman Contest Sega Genesis 32X 3 Stars
1995 Toughman Contest Sega Genesis 3 Stars
1995 Toughman Contest [European] Sega Genesis
1991 TV Sports Boxing [European] IBM PC Compatible
1991 TV Sports Boxing [European] Commodore Amiga
2002 Vec Sports Boxing Vectrex 3.5 Stars
2005 Victorious Boxers 2: Fighting Spirit [European] PlayStation 2
2006 Victorious Boxers 2: Fighting Spirit PlayStation 2 2.5 Stars
2001 Victorious Boxers: Ippo's Road to Glory [European] PlayStation 2
2001 Victorious Boxers: Ippo's Road to Glory [European] PlayStation 2
2001 Victorious Boxers: Ippo's Road to Glory PlayStation 2 2 Stars
2007 Victorious Boxers: Revolution Wii 2.5 Stars
1997 Victory Boxing: Champion Edition [European] PlayStation
2004 Wade Hixton's Counter Punch Game Boy Advance 3 Stars
198X WCS Boxing Manager Commodore 64/128 2 Stars
2007 White House Rumble Mobile 2.5 Stars
1991 World Champ Nintendo Entertainment System 2 Stars
1994 World Star Boxing [Japanese] Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Hitman: Codename 47 PC Game

Hitman: Codename 47 is a stealth game developed by IO Interactive and published by Eidos Interactive. It is the first entry in the Hitman series, followed by Hitman 2: Silent Assassin.

The story centers around Agent 47, a bald test subject branded with a barcode tattooed on the back of his head, who is rigorously trained in methods of murder. Upon escaping from a test facility, 47 is hired by the Agency, a European contract killing organization. His mission takes him to several locations in Asia and Europe to assassinate wealthy and decadent criminals.

Gameplay 

Hitman: Codename 47 takes place from a third-person perspective, but the control setup is similar to a first-person shooter as 47's movements are restricted to turning, strafing and moving forward. Each level takes place in an open environment which is populated with non-player civilians and armed guards. Although mission criteria may vary, the goal is generally to find 47's assigned target and kill them by any means possible. Though the path may appear linear, it is possible through various ways to accomplish the mission and approach a target directly without eliciting a violent reprisal. The game essentially emphasises stealth and silent kills without raising alerts, giving the player a higher financial reward for doing so. Penalties in the form of financial deductments are given, for example if the player kills civilians, but none if guards are slain. As the money is used to purchase weapons and ammo during the course of the game, this pressures the player to utilise stealth, disguise and melee based mechanics for the most cost effective method to take out targets.

The player can peek around corners by using the lean function, which prompts 47 to tilt slightly to one side. 47 is able to climb ladders, but cannot defend himself with a weapon while doing so. In addition, he is only able to jump from one balcony to another. There is an on-screen cursor to indicate in which direction 47 will attack. The heads-up display includes a life bar which measures 47's health, ammo capacity, kevlar durability, and the current item selected. Alert messages sometimes appear next to the health readout. These occur whenever enemies discover a body on the map, or if 47 falls under suspicion. 47's weaponry consists of various short and long-range firearms, a garrote wire, and a knife. Pistols generally have excellent range, while automatic rifles and machine guns decrease in accuracy the farther away 47 is from his target. 47 can also equip himself with a sniper rifle, concealed in a special suitcase, which must be reassembled before he may use it. Once he is finished with the rifle, 47 can take it apart and place it the suitcase once more. 

Disguise plays a large role in gameplay. Any time a non-player character is killed, 47 may take their clothes and impersonate them. This is necessary to access restricted areas where only guards may enter. At the start of each level, 47 begins in a default costume. This costume is his trademark suit and red tie which is folded and left on the ground whenever 47 changes clothes. The player may replace 47's outfit with a previous one by simply approaching them and selecting the option to change. In the event that 47 adopted the clothes of someone he has slain, his disguise will be compromised as soon as the body is discovered. 47 creates sound while walking which will alert any hostile characters in the facility. To move without being detected, the player can use the sneak function, which causes 47 to crouch and move in a stalking manner. Sneaking also allows 47 to retrieve a weapon from his inventory without anyone hearing it; if 47 is standing upright when the player pulls out a weapon, it will alert nearby characters. Characters who are dead may be dragged at any time. If anyone on the map spots a body lying on the ground, it will create unwanted attention for 47. When dragging, 47 lifts up the closest available leg or arm and begins to hoist it away as movement is directed by the player.

Story
In an undisclosed location, Subject 47 awakens in his sanatorium to a loudspeaker instructing him to train in various tasks such as scaling obstacles and using firearms, culminating in killing a guard and escaping. The loudspeaker man watches the surveillance, with a satisfied laugh.

A year later, 47 is a professional assassin of the International Contract Agency (ICA). He is briefed by his controller, Diana Burnwood, and sent around the globe to eliminate four criminal masterminds. In Hong Kong, 47 eliminates Red Dragon triad leader Lee Hong, by first weakening him through orchestrating a gang war between his and a rival triad. 47 is then sent to Colombia where he tracks down and kills drug lord Pablo Belisario Ochoa. In Budapest, 47 assassinates Franz Fuchs, an Austrian terrorist. 47 then infiltrates Rotterdam to kill notorious weapons smuggler Arkadij "Boris" Jegorov and his affiliates. Throughout his missions 47 collects letters written to his targets by the other targets, suggesting that these four are well connected. All four were once part of the French Foreign Legion at about the same time and seem to contact each other regarding an experimental human. The letters also mention a mutual friend among the men, Professor Ort-Meyer.

47 is then alerted by Diana that the same client ordered all of the assassinations, and that the client has ordered one final assassination. 47 is to kill Odon Kovacs, a doctor at a sanatorium in Satu Mare, Romania, revealed to be the one from which 47 escaped. When 47 checks in, Ort-Meyer calls the police and is revealed to be the client, as well as the original person which instructed 47 in his escape. Romanian special forces raid the building while 47 kills Kovacs, who is revealed to be a doctor that administered injections to 47.

47 then learns the truth behind his existence. He is the result of a cloning experiment which combined the genetic material of each of his four previous targets, with the addition of Ort-Meyer. The experiments were in the pursuit of creating a flawless human being. Ort-Meyer engineered 47's escape from the asylum in order to test his performance in the outside world and ordered his associates's deaths because they wanted to use the clones for their own purposes. With the help of fellow ICA Agent Smith, who is being held captive and drugged in the building, 47 uncovers a sophisticated lab beneath the hospital. In response Ort-Meyer unleashes a squad of Mr. 48s, an improved and mindlessly loyal series of clones. 47 defeats the clones and confronts Ort-Meyer, who at first mistakes him for another 48. Before Ort-Meyer is able to attack, 47 shoots him. As Ort-Meyer lays dying, mentioning how he could not even recognize his own son, 47 kneels down and forcefully breaks his

Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 Review

I'm Pro Evolution Soccer regular player since version 1 when menus ware just a simple group of text lines. Before PES the game was know as ISS.... Konami always builded a solid and real soccer simulator, keeping that in mind all the time, the versions released until this PES6 only have the gameplay inside the four lines as the primary target "forgetting" other stuff as Fifa have.

That lack of info outside the green carpet never made me return to Fifa again, after starting the first match in PES we get hooked to the game, usualy it takes 1 to 3 hours to beginners to start feeling and learn the gameplay, after that experience isn't easy to search for other soccer title, PES is the soccer king. Even after years and large hours playing, its dificult to get the same movement or goals repeated. Each player lot of settings, body and mind, all that can change that player evolution in the field and so the team behaviour.

PS3 version 7 to release in October is of course expected to be move the line up with added player animations, updated players/teams and so much more stuff outside the lines.

About all, gameplay, ball physics, graphics, perfect... a game we must have.
Verdict: 90/100

Need for Speed Carbon

game review: Need for Speed Carbon delivers the next generation of adrenaline-filled street racing as players face the ultimate test of driving skill on treacherous canyon roads. What starts in the city is settled in the canyons as Need for Speed Carbon immerses you into the world's most dangerous and adrenaline-filled form of street racing. You and your crew must race in an all-out war for the city, risking everything to take over your rivals' neighborhoods one block at a time. As the police turn up the heat, the battle ultimately shifts to Carbon Canyon, where territories and reputations can be lost on every perilous curve. Need for Speed Carbon delivers the next generation of customization giving you the power to design and tweak your crew's cars in every way using the ground-breaking new Autosculpt technology. Represent your car class, your crew, and your turf in Need for Speed Carbon, the next revolution in racing games.
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: EA Black Box
Platform: PC & PS2 · Genre: Racing
Release Date: 11/30/06 · Origin: U.S.

Oct 31, 2006

Evil Islands Curse of the Lost Soul


game info: From the creators of the Rage of Mages series (Allods in Europe) comes Evil Islands (formerly known as Allods 3: Redemption), where you play as a hero in the mysterious world of Allods and take on non-linear quests in a rich, fully 3D complex fantasy world, as you attempt to uncover the mysteries around the islands in a test of wits, ability to make the right decisions, and solve massive problems with small force.
Publisher: Fishtank Interactive
Developer: Nival Interactive
Platform: PC · Genre: RPG
Release Date: 04/16/01 · Origin: Russia

Original Rating - the rating the source gave this game as originally published on their site and/or publication. Adjusted Rating - the rating the source gave this game, adjusted for the GameStats rating scale. (0.0 to 10.0).

IGN.com 04/20/2001 8.7 /10 8.7

GamePro 04/16/2001 4.5 /5 9.0

Adrenaline Vault (Avault) 04/16/2001 3.5 /5 7.0


Average Press Score:

8.2

Monopoly 3D

The best-selling game of all time returns to the PC! New features in the 3rd version include the original game board that Charles Darrow presented to Parker Bros. in 1935, as well as bright new graphics and game music. The Monopoly game for the home computer also gives you 3-D board views, tokens that come to life as they move from Baltic to Boardwalk, and the ability to customize your own board.

No game library is complete without the new MONOPOLY game for the PC! Featuring cleverly animated tokens, bright 3D graphics and the choice of 10 different major city gameboards plus the classic MONOPOLY gameboard. Compete with up to six players or wheel and deal over the internet!

Features

  • Game boards to please everyone; Includes original 1935 MONOPOLY board and 3-D customizable boards.
  • All-new, more colorful graphics.
  • Compete with up to 6 players or play over the Internet!

Dream Pinball 3D


game info:The pinball machine is the indispensable requisite of all arcade shebangs. Dream Pinball 3D is bringing you nothing less than the experience of practicing the ball juggling virtually yet in a more real way than ever. Even bringing you more than you could expect in real life.

Oct 30, 2006

Jak 3 PC

Playable on Pc

Jak 3 is the perfect "platformer" if it can_be defined as just a platformer as_this game has got everything including the kitchen_sink. In Jak 3 you race, shoot and platform your vvay through around 20 hours of gaming_bliss all the vvhile playing some of the best Mini games ewer that actually feel like they are part of the game and n0t just "tacked on time wasters". Jak 3 fixes_everything that as vvrong with the overrated Jak 2 and refines the platforming_elements that made the original a hit vvith fans.

Features 

Jak and Daxter's third adventure in the epic saga
Explore the vast "Wastelands" by "borrowing" a variety of vehicles
Twelve powerful weapons include a Scatter Gun, Blaster, Vulcan Fury, and Peace Maker

Details: 

Genre Action
Style 3D Platform
Themes Buddies Outlaw Hero
Release Date November 9, 2004
Developer Naughty Dog, Inc. Publisher Sony Computer Entertainment America, Inc.
Controls Joystick/Gamepad
 
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