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0 Halo Combat Evolved Xbox
0 Halo 2 Xbox
0 Call of Duty 3 Xbox
0 Doom 3 Xbox
0 Black Xbox
0 The Chronicles of Riddick Escape From Butcher Bay Xbox
0 Grand Theft Auto San Andreas Xbox
0 Scarface The World Is Yours Xbox
0 Ninja Gaiden Black Xbox
0 Lego Star Wars Xbox
0 Ninja Gaiden Xbox
0 Lego Star Wars II The Original Trilogy Xbox
0 Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Xbox
0 Mercenaries Xbox
0 Sneak King Xbox
0 Marvel Ultimate Alliance Xbox
0 Fable Xbox
0 Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic Xbox
0 The Elder Scrolls III Morrowind Xbox
0 Jade Empire Xbox
0 Pirates of the Caribbean Xbox
0 Need for Speed Carbon Xbox
0 Forza Motorsport Xbox
0 Need for Speed Most Wanted Xbox
0 Need for Speed Underground 2 Xbox
0 Project Gotham Racing 2 Xbox
0 Burnout Revenge Xbox
0 Midnight Club 3 DUB Edition Xbox
0 NASCAR 08 Xbox
0 The Warriors Xbox
0 The Da Vinci Code Xbox
0 Dynasty Warriors 5 Xbox
0 Mortal Kombat Armageddon Xbox
0 Starcraft Ghost Xbox
0 Battlefield 2 Modern Combat Xbox
0 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter Xbox
0 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3 Xbox

The woe of the little black box

In the universe of video games, it's amazing how quickly an empire can crumble. Less than a decade ago, Sony wowed gamers everywhere with news of their follow-up to the PlayStation console, then considered the height of cool for console gaming. The PlayStation 2 took Sony even higher in the console war, dominating longtime champion Nintendo and holding steady over Microsoft's Xbox.

The PS2 is still dominating eight years later with the best sales record of any console ever, totaling 115 million units sold through the end of 2006.

But their success has made them cocky as the top name in console gaming, leading them to make some costly mistakes with the new PlayStation 3. The biggest problem has been its price tag, which has been set at $600 since the PS3 was launched last November.

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Review (Xbox 360)

Well, here we are in the final week of May, and we all know whats inevitably coming our way over the next two months: blockbuster summer movies. Yes, this is the time of the year that can make or break a studio, as good reviews and great word of mouth can mean hundreds of millions of dollars at the box office. This actually coincides with the worst time of the year to be a game reviewer. Generally, the only games that are released in the summer are publishers castoffs and licensed movie games, which everyone knows have a history of putrescence. This blockbuster season got off to a rocky start with the Xbox 360 version of Shrek the Third, and were now seeing the release of Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End. At Worlds End is actually a video game adaptation of the second (PotC: Dead Mans Chest) and third (PotC: At Worlds End) films in Gore Verbinskis trilogy.

The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena Coming To Xbox ...

Sierra Entertainment, a division of Vivendi Games, announced today that The Chronicles of Riddick will blast onto Microsoft's Xbox 360, and debut on the PLAYSTATION 3 system, for the first time. Taking advantage of new hardware technologies, the game will present a reinvention of Escape from Butcher Bay, delivering 2004's award winning experience in high definition with stunning enhancements. Also included is the Dark Athena chapter, an expansion of the original game with an exciting new story and new gameplay features. Scheduled to ship later in 2007, it is being produced under license from Universal Pictures Digital Platforms Group, in association with Vin Diesel's Tigon Studios, and is being developed by Starbreeze Studios, acclaimed developer of the original edition.

With The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena, players will not only be challenged to survive Butcher Bay, but will also engage in a new single-player experience and, for the first time in the Riddick universe, take action in intense multi-player combat.

Mad Tracks Now Available From Xbox Live Arcade

This week's Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA) title is Mad Tracks, where you can race around different environments as a toy car.

From "Rev it up in Mad Tracks, an action-packed toy-car racing game. Races take place in everyday environments such as toy stores, mini golf parks, and restaurants. Extra challenges add to this car arcade party game's fast-moving fun. Play with friends on a split-screen, and gather up to 12 crazy achievements." Features include:
- Race around restaurants, toy stores, and miniature golf courses
- Six races, 9 mini-games and up to 12 achievements
- Twelve different cars and 12 different power-ups
- Arcade Mode (both Solo and Split Screen), Championship Mode, and 4-player Live Mode

Mad Tracks is available for 800 Microsoft Points ($10) and will take about 43 MB of your HD space.

Shadowrun Now Bringing Cross-Platform Gaming To Xbox 360/PC

Looks like Shadowrun has finally made the jump to retailers and Xbox 360 gamers can get pwned horribly by PC gamers using a mouse and, Im just kidding...only a little bit. Anyway, the first cross-platform FPS for the Xbox 360 and PC has arrived and the age-old question can finally be answered: Will the console gamers stand a chance against PC gamers?

I would hate to be a part of any multiplayer game involving two warring sides over the compatibility of shooter games and controls. Personally, I like the analogs better if finely tuned and the sensitivity is well adjusted its actually easier to aim with an analog. But people will contest to their hearts content...let the scoreboards do the judging, though.

Shadowrun, a magic-and-guns action game (sharing no relation to the gritty, cyber-punk thriller on the SNES) puts players in Santos, Brazil, where various races are battling for supremacy.

LEGO Star Wars completes the saga

LucasArts and TT Games on Wednesday announced 'LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga', which enables gamers to play through the events of all six 'Star Wars' movies on the Wii, PlayStation3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS.

According to the NPD Group, domestic sales of the two 'LEGO Star Wars' videogame releases reached nearly 7 million units through March 2007, and 'LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy' was the No. 3 best-selling title of 2006.

From the Trade Federation's "negotiations" with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn in The Phantom Menace to the space battle above Endor in Return of the Jedi, 'The Complete Saga' allows players to kick some brick through 36 Story Mode levels, including Episode II's newly added high-speed pursuit of bounty hunter Zam Wessell.

Mad Tracks Review (Xbox 360)

Even with Forza Motorsport 2s customizable difficulty, a racing game with such detail tends to scare the gear-noobs to death. This explains why Segas brand of arcade racers always seem to do well, even when up against products from sim-masters Turn 10 and Codemasters. Taking the arcade-style racer one stepcheck that, several steps further, casual games developer Load Inc. has formulated perfect, driveable Xbox Live Arcade fodder. Its called Mad Tracks, and it has been a huge hit as a PC demo and pay-for digital content on Loads website. Bringing Mad Tracks to Xbox Live Arcade has been quite an adventure for Load Inc., mainly due to a last-minute decision to add multiplayer support. We didnt care for the delay, but we applaud the decision to include multiplayer action in a title thats only 45 megs without any add-ons.


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