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The Spiderwick Chronicles (DS)

Specs: Everyone 10 and older, Stormfront Studios, Adventure, 1 Player

Robots (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Robots (Game Boy Advance)

Specs: Everyone, Amaze Entertainment, Action, First-Person Adventure, Sci-Fi, 1 Player

SWAT 4 Gold Edition (PC)

Specs: Mature, Irrational Games, Action

Eragon (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on January 23, 2007 Check prices
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Eragon (Game Boy Advance)

The Bottom Line: Eragon doesn't do much to embellish its simplistic design, but it's a surprisingly satisfying role-playing game despite its shortcomings. Read review

Specs: Everyone 10 and older, Amaze Entertainment, Role-Playing, 1 Player

Red Baron Arcade (PC)
CyberGladiators (PC) Reviewed on December 24, 1996 Check prices
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CyberGladiators (PC)

The Bottom Line: If you like fighters, you'll love this one. Read review

Specs: Sierra Entertainment

Futurama (Xbox) Reviewed on August 27, 2003 Check prices
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Futurama (Xbox)

The Bottom Line: Unless you're a rabid fan who simply has to be in contact with all things Futurama, this game is playable enough to warrant a rental but little else. Read review

Specs: Teen, UDS, Action, First-Person Adventure, Sci-Fi, 1 Player

The Spiderwick Chronicles (PlayStation 2) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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The Spiderwick Chronicles (PlayStation 2)

Specs: Everyone 10 and older, Stormfront Studios, Adventure, 1 Player

The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning (GameCube) Reviewed on October 28, 2006 Check prices
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The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning (GameCube)

Specs: Everyone 10 and older, Krome Studios, Action, 1 Player

Eragon (Xbox) Reviewed on December 12, 2006 Check prices
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Eragon (Xbox)

The Bottom Line: Eragon relies entirely on tedious, unenthusiastic gameplay that's way too shallow to sustain interest for more than a few minutes. Read review

Specs: Teen, Stormfront Studios, Action, 1-2 Players

Betrayal in Antara (PC) Reviewed on August 20, 1997 Check prices
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Betrayal in Antara (PC)

The Bottom Line: For gamers willing to tolerate substandard graphics and linear gameplay, Betrayal in Antara succeeds in providing an enjoyable role-playing experience. Read review

Specs: Sierra Entertainment

The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning (PlayStation 2) Reviewed on October 28, 2006 Check prices
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The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning (PlayStation 2)

Specs: Everyone 10 and older, Krome Studios, Action, 1 Player

The Beast Within: A Gabriel Knight Mystery (PC) Reviewed on May 1, 1996 Check prices
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The Beast Within: A Gabriel Knight Mystery (PC)

The Bottom Line: This is well-executed, visceral, mentally exhausting, and exciting entertainment. Read review

Specs: Sierra Entertainment

Ice Age 2: The Meltdown (Game Boy Advance)

Specs: Everyone, Amaze Entertainment, Action

Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy (Xbox 360) Reviewed on June 7, 2008 Check prices
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Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy (Xbox 360)

The Bottom Line: Jason Bourne's quick-fisted head-busting combat style makes the transition to consoles with panache. Read review

Specs: Teen, High Moon Studios, Action, 1 Player

James Cameron's Dark Angel (PlayStation 2) Reviewed on January 4, 2003 Check prices
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James Cameron's Dark Angel (PlayStation 2)

The Bottom Line: The development of Dark Angel probably should have been canceled at the same time as the television series on which it is based. Read review

Specs: Teen, Radical Entertainment, Action, Fantasy Action Adventure, Fantasy, 1 Player

3D Ultra Pinball: NASCAR (PC)

Specs: Dynamix

Viper Racing (PC) Reviewed on February 16, 1999 Check prices
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Viper Racing (PC)

The Bottom Line: Newcomer Monster Games came up with an interesting concept for Viper Racing: Create the type of ultrarealistic physics model found in games like Grand Prix Legends and use it to simulate racing a high-dollar production car. Read review

Specs: Monster Games Inc.

The Hobbit (GameCube) Reviewed on November 19, 2003 Check prices
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The Hobbit (GameCube)

The Bottom Line: The story still stands up, but the game that has been wrapped around it simply cannot keep up its end of the bargain. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Inevitable Entertainment, Action, Third-Person Adventure, Fantasy, 1 Player

Half-Life (PlayStation 2) Reviewed on November 15, 2001 Check prices
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Half-Life (PlayStation 2)

The Bottom Line: Half-Life for the PS2 is a gripping combination of superb story design, sly artificial intelligence, taut combat sequences, and logical puzzles. Read review

Specs: Mature, Gearbox Software, Action, First-Person Shooter, Sci-Fi, 1-2 Players

Homeworld 2 (PC) Reviewed on September 17, 2003 Check prices
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Homeworld 2 (PC)

The Bottom Line: Those who had a great time playing the original should by all means enjoy the sequel, as will most anyone interested in managing epic battles between huge spaceship fleets. Read review

Specs: Teen, Relic, Strategy, Real-Time Strategy, Sci-Fi, 1-6 Players

TimeShift (Xbox 360) Reviewed on November 2, 2007 Check prices
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TimeShift (Xbox 360)

The Bottom Line: An interesting time-shifting mechanic and fun-to-shoot weapons can't make up for the rest of TimeShift's run-of-the-mill first-person shooter gameplay. Read review

Specs: Mature, Saber Interactive, Action, 1 Player

Crash of the Titans (Xbox 360) Reviewed on October 17, 2007 Check prices
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Crash of the Titans (Xbox 360)

The Bottom Line: It's a fairly sturdy, combat-heavy platformer with a good hook, but it lacks a real distinct attitude. Read review

Specs: Everyone 10 and older, Radical Entertainment, Action, 1-2 Players

Field & Stream: Trophy Hunting 5 (PC)

Specs: Sports, General Sports

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