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  • God of War (PlayStation 2)

    God of War is an action-oriented adventure game with a strong focus on fast-paced combat. Players take control of Kratos, a mystically powerful hero in the ancient Greece of classic mythology. Kratos can perform super-human leaps, agile dodges, and magically enhanced combo attacks, which all flow together in a stream of intense engagement. The fast-paced, over-the-top fighting, combined with the tense environments and computer-directed camera angles, give gameplay the feel of combat-adventures such as Devil May Cry or Otogi. Unlike those earlier blends of survival-horror presentation and combat-minded control schemes, however, God of War is set in a world more immediately familiar to all fans of western fantasy. The ultimate goal of Kratos is a conclusive confrontation with Ares -- the god of war himself -- but the hero must face a deadly succession of monsters and villains from Greek mythology as he pursues this end. The
  • God of War II (PlayStation 2)

    Kratos, thanks to your help, is no longer a lowly mortal but a legendary god. The former warrior of Sparta has not been the same after usurping Ares, however. His mind is filled with persistent thoughts of blood, brutal suffering, and violent conflict, as the rest of the gods on Mount Olympus embroil themselves in petty politics and duplicitous deeds. Kratos wishes to end his torment, and he makes a solemn oath to end his reign as the God of War in unprecedented fashion: by permanently altering his fate. God of War II has you twirling Kratos' twin blades for more adventurous action in Ancient Greece, as the grim hero encounters an assortment of new mythological creatures and environmental dangers on his path to redemption. The epic quest will take Kratos to the Sisters of Fate, who possess the power to shift the sands of time. To
  • God of War III (PlayStation 3)

    After three years of honing his golf game (Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds), loaning out his trademark looks (LittleBigPlanet), and working on his hand-to-hand combat skills (Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny), Sony's belligerent mascot Kratos gets back to the old-fashioned deicide that made him famous in God of War III. Serving as the final installment in an epic trilogy, God of War III picks up where its predecessor concluded: with Kratos and the Titans scaling Mt. Olympus for a final confrontation with the Gods. Gamers will guide the irascible "Ghost of Sparta" on his relentless pursuit of vengeance, taking him to the heights of the famed Greek summit, exploring the bowels of Hell, and literally standing on the shoulders of giants in Shadow of the Colossus-style levels that take place entirely on living beings the size of skyscrapers. The gameplay is once again designed to mix frequent
  • Golden Sun (Nintendo Game Boy Advance)

    Nintendo invites classic console-style role-playing gamers to embark on a new adventure in Golden Sun, the first title in a planned series of releases for the Game Boy Advance. Detailed characters make their way through countless screens of action and discovery, harnessing the powers of the four elements and crafting new possibilities through spells, psychic talents, and the forgotten art of alchemy. The heroes travel the large game world on a quest to prevent rival sorcerers from unleashing a dangerous power on the peaceful land. Players guide their characters from a high perspective that looks down on each scene from the front. Turn-based battles are seen from ground level for a closer view of each combatant. Emotive animations and swirling spell effects bring combat to life. Throughout the journey, a variety of elusive Djinn familiars may be collected, which can be assigned to
  • Gran Turismo (PlayStation)

    Feel the power of authentic sports cars as you race over 140 American, Japanese, and European cars in SCEA's Gran Turismo for the PlayStation. One of the earliest adopters of the Dual Shock controller, Gran Turismo was in development for three years before its release in the middle of 1998. The game introduces actual real-life car performance, throttle response, handling agility, drive train and real engine sounds. It also features a new real time, reflective showroom shine effect on every car. One or two players can race over 11 unique tracks plastered with recognizable brand name billboards scattered about. The game gives you the ability to customize your car any way you like. You start off with 10,000 credits and must select a desired car manufacturer to purchase your favorite car. Some of the manufacturers include Nissan, Toyota, Ford, Mitsubishi, Chevrolet, Acura, Honda, The New Dodge, Mazda,
  • Gran Turismo 2 (PlayStation)

    Gran Turismo took the PlayStation to new graphical standards. It also advanced the racing genre with its inclusion of full Arcade and Simulation modes. Along with the two modes of play, players also found themselves with an abundance of cars (new and used), tracks and car settings. Gran Turismo 2 takes everything in the original and adds to it with more cars, more tracks, more car manufacturers and even rally racing. Replays can be saved to a memory card and unlike the original, viewed from camera angles selected by the user. Gran Turismo 2 features over 400 cars. Many of the cars are simply different models of the same type of car but there is still a large variety due to the inclusion of more than 35 car manufacturers. Also, while taking the cars for a spin users will
  • Gran Turismo 3 A-spec (PlayStation 2)

    Sony's award-winning racing series makes its debut on the PlayStation 2 with Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec. Taking the driving engine and interface of the 1998 PlayStation original, the game offers enhanced visuals using the system's 128-bit processing power. With over 150 cars available from actual car companies, some of which include Ford, Fiat, Audi, BMW, and Chrysler, Gran Turismo 3 offers players a choice of models based on their real-life counterparts, from the car bodies to the individual engines.

    As before, Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec is divided into an Arcade Mode and a Simulation Mode. Both modes have a variety of updated courses from the previous two titles as well as a few new tracks. The Simulation Mode has players purchasing and racing for money, with 60 different racing circuits divided into beginning, amateur, and championship difficulty levels, as well as ten rally and ten endurance rounds.

  • Gran Turismo 4 (PlayStation 2)

    Sony's Gran Turismo series, the acclaimed "real-driving simulator" lauded for its sense of authenticity and diverse selection of licensed cars, returns to PlayStation 2 with a completely redesigned game and physics engine. In addition to the same modes of play found in 2001's Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec, with certain areas expanded upon in an attempt to offer more depth, the sequel includes more than 500 cars to choose from and over 50 real-world tracks to test them out on. Classic cars can also be unlocked and stored in a special museum apart from more advanced models available on the showroom floor. The developers not only sought to improve the visuals of the game, bringing the 3D graphics closer to the quality of the replays, but also the atmosphere surrounding each event. Now animated crowds appear along the tracks to cheer on their favorite drivers, and pit crews
  • Grand Theft Auto III (PlayStation 2)

    Mob bosses need favors, crooked cops need help, the street gangs want you dead; so to compensate you'll have to rob, steal, and kill in order to stay alive, while using your resources to track down the woman who betrayed you and earn your rightful revenge. But that's all in a day's work in Rock star Games' ambitious PS2 sequel, Grand Theft Auto III. Developed by DMA Design, GTA3 is the first installment of the series to utilize a fully three-dimensional living city with open environments and non-linear gameplay. Additional features include a cast of hundreds of different characters, more than 50 types of vehicles, three hours of professionally recorded music, and a huge array of deadly street weapons.
  • Grand Theft Auto San Andreas (PlayStation 2)

    Rock star Games' cornerstone Grand Theft Auto series returns for a third run through the 128-bit generation, with this violent, mature-themed third-person shooter and mission-based driving game. Set in the early-'90s gang culture of "San Andreas," a fictional U.S. region modeled after California, the adventure plays out across the entire virtual state, with action centered in its three main cities: Los Santos (based on Los Angeles), San Fiero (San Francisco), and Las Ventures (Las Vegas). Like its immediate predecessor, Vice City, San Andreas strives to provide a wide, deep foundation for its free-form criminal game play by setting the story in a slightly exaggerated representation of a familiar (if not glorified) American subculture. As Vice City seemed inspired by Miami Vice, and the pastel-decked, "me generation" ideals of the early '80s, San Andreas is set in a time and place suggested by films like Boyz N the
  • Grand Theft Auto Vice City (PlayStation 2)

    The best-selling PlayStation 2 game of 2001 returns with a new city, theme, and an assortment of enhanced features. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City offers the same go-anywhere style of play as its violent, M-rated predecessor but with an area twice as large as Liberty City to explore in a completely different setting. Inspired by the look portrayed on television's stylish crime drama Miami Vice, the game takes place in the 1980s with criminals wearing pastel-colored suits, bikini-clad babes relaxing on sandy beaches, and palm tree-lined streets bustling with motorcycles, cars modeled after Ferrari Testarossas, and more. Players can now enter buildings like hotels or discos and walk through hallways to visit rooms. Players can embark on a series of missions to build a reputation or simply explore the city, hijacking one of 120 vehicles (including motorcycles) and wreaking havoc on foot with an arsenal of 40 different
  • Halo 3 (Xbox 360)

    After two chartbusting efforts on Xbox, the enigmatic, genetically enhanced Spartan soldier known as Master Chief makes his highly anticipated Xbox 360 debut in Halo 3. The sci-fi shooter picks up where Halo 2 abruptly left off: The Covenant is continuing its plans to activate the Halo super-weapon and obliterate the galaxy; Earth is in utter disarray with only a few remnants of its armies intact; and the Flood grows stronger and more aggressive with each passing day. Your mission, as Master Chief, is to repel the Flood's advances, save Earth, and stop the Covenant -- no matter what the cost. Halo 3 offers a solo campaign, cooperative play, and multiplayer action via Xbox Live, system link, or split-screen display. The cinematic storyline introduces new characters, weapons, and mission objectives, with the enemy AI offering distinct fighting styles, tactics, and even personalities, all while trying to rip
  • Ico (PlayStation 2)

    A young boy in a magical world has been born with a strange deformity: large horns that jut out of both sides of his head. The people of his village, fearful of retribution from above, feel they have no choice but to sacrifice this mutant child to appease their gods. To that end, they have taken this boy, named Ico, to a massive, supposedly deserted castle and left him in a giant urn. But when the urn breaks, spilling Ico into the bowels of the fortress, he will soon find his adventure is just beginning. Along the way he'll meet a mysterious princess who has been held captive in the castle for untold years. Although they cannot communicate through speech, they soon forge an unspoken bond, and it is clear that if either of them wants to make it out of the
  • Killzone 2 (PlayStation 3)

    In Killzone 2, the Interplanetary Strategic Alliance takes the fight to the bad guys -- all the way to their home planet. The game's single-player campaign puts PS3 gamers in the role of Sgt. Tomas "Sev" Sevchenko, who is sent behind enemy lines to secure the former colony's capital city, Pyrrhus. After the victories won in the earlier Killzone games, the ISA thought it had all but destroyed the Helghast faction. The ISA was wrong about that. Players do squad-based battle through the ruins of Helghan cities, where the toxic atmosphere hides deadly threats and even the weather seems to obey the commands of the native enemy. Killzone 2 aims to present a cinematic experience, blending larger-than-life Hollywood-style sequences with free-form, player-controlled action. Narrative scenes and gameplay are viewed from Sev's perspective. The game's soundtrack is an original score by the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. In multiplayer games,
  • Killzone 3 (PlayStation 3)

    Emperor Visari may be dead, but the polluted land of Helghan is still far from safe. With Sony's third entry in its exclusive first-person shooting series, players must battle new breeds of Helghast forces armed with the latest in military technology. Take control of weapons like assault rifles and missile launchers, or use deadly close-combat moves, while exploring nuclear wastelands, arctic regions, alien jungles, and even space to eliminate the Helghast once and for all. Level maps in Killzone 3 are designed to be larger than those from its predecessor, up to ten times bigger, and feature such transport options as jetpacks and land vehicles. Class-based multiplayer battles for up to 32 players are once again included across various game types. The enhanced graphics engine also offers stereoscopic 3D support for the first time in the series.     DLC codes included with games may no longer be valid    
  • Kingdom Hearts (PlayStation 2)

    Begin an adventure playing as Sora in an effort to find the friends he was separated from after a wild storm. In the search for his friends, the character crosses paths with over 100 beloved Disney characters as well as characters from the Final Fantasy series in this role-playing game. In Kingdom Hearts, the player must help Sora and his newfound friends to save the world from the evil villains known as the Heartless. This Sony PlayStation 2 video game allows exploration of a world where various Disney characters and environments come together into one cohesive story. Finding these friends in Kingdom Hearts is not easy, as many well-known Disney villains attempt to stand in the way. Kingdom Hearts stays true to the personalities of the Disney characters with their action sequences. Furthermore, the role-playing game also features voiceovers using the voices of the actual characters

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