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  • Syphon Filter The Omega Strain (PlayStation 2)

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    Sony's Syphon Filter series of counter-terrorist action games continues on PlayStation 2 with an outbreak of the Omega Strain. Instead of guiding Gabe Logan, the star of the previous two titles, players create their own agent from scratch in order to stop a new strain of the original's deadly virus from seeping its way across the globe. Nearly every facet of characters can be customized, from their physical appearance to the uniform and equipment used to carry out the various objectives required of them. A total of 17 free-roaming levels are set in locales ranging from Toronto and Belarus to Brazil and Uganda, each offering multiple ways to complete missions and spanning more than three times the size of previous levels in the Syphon Filter universe.More than 100 different weapons and
  • Tekken (PlayStation)

    Get ready for the ultimate brawl-for-all! Namco Limited introduces the 3D arcade smash hit Tekken for the PlayStation game console. Tekken brings together eight of the world's deadliest fighters for a winner takes all tournament. Unlike Street Fighter, Tekken exists in a 3D environment with 360 degree visuals. You'll fight each round against a different enemy skilled in various forms of martial arts. You must match their skills and expose the weakness of each opponent to defeath them and become the tournament champion. Rock to a techno soundtrack as you perform mind-melting special moves and bone-snapping throws throughout the world, including Italy, King Edward Island, Greece, and Fiji. String together special combo moves, and with no rules there is no shame in kicking your opponent when he's down.    
  • Tekken 2 (PlayStation)

    After bringing the beatdown to arcades across the country, Namco's premier 3D fighting series returns to Sony's home console in Tekken 2. The follow-up features the original game's fast and fluid style, with new reversals and throws, more powerful tackles from a distance, and other additions. Each character has a new introduction scene and unique animation sequences. Along with an accurate translation of the arcade's popular 3D fighting game sequel, the PlayStation version of Tekken 2 features "Survival," "Battle," and "Practice" modes that allow players to hone their battle skills at their own pace. Original combatants such as Heihachi, Law, Phoenix, and Yoshimitsu are joined by newcomers Lei Wulong, Jun Kazama, and others. In all, the game offers 23 larger-than-life fighters, in 23 different stages, each with its own original theme music.      
  • Tekken 3 (PlayStation)

    Tekken 3 is the third installment of Namco's premier 3D fighting game franchise. Converted from the arcade to the PlayStation, Tekken 3 ran on the technology called the System 12 board. It is a step better than Namco's System 11 board, which is nearly identical to the PlayStation. The trick was to pull off a conversion to fit with the console's architecture and technology, and they did just that. Tekken 3's fighting styles range from street fighting to beautiful ancient oriental fighting styles. Each of the 20-plus characters features a different style (Kung Fu, Capoeira), some of which must be mastered before using adequately. At first, you have 10 fighters to choose from but as you complete the individual story/arcade modes, you will unlock that person's counterpart. Their story is represented by various intro and ending cinematic sequences. As in the previous Tekken titles, each character has an
  • The Warriors (PlayStation 2)

    Can you dig it? Badboy publisher Rockstar invites mature gamers to "come out to play," in this beat-'em-up adaptation of Walter Hill's violent, urban adventure film. As in the 1979 cult-classic cinema, players become members of a New York City street gang called the Warriors, who are drawn far from the safety of their home territory to attend a large gathering, called by a charismatic Bronx gang leader named Cyrus. When Cyrus is shot down in the middle of his passionate plea for gang unification, it leads to anything but, and searing rivalries flare in the ensuing chaos. Alone in the crowd and with many miles of enemy territory between them and their Coney Island turf, the Warriors must make their way back home by any means possible. This challenge intensifies immeasurably when false rumors begin to spread that it was the Warriors who killed Cyrus, and
  • Tom Clancys Rainbow Six Vegas 2 (PlayStation 3)

    The city of sin is under siege from terrorists, and it's up to the talented Rainbow Six team to take them out. The follow-up to 2006's acclaimed squad-based shooter emphasizes new customization features and refined play mechanics. Vegas 2's storyline runs concurrently to the first game's story, so a new team is now playable. The leader's name is Bishop, who can be created as a male or female operative with a choice of gear and weapons. One of the game's biggest enhancements is an expansion of the "Persistent Elite Creation" concept from earlier titles. Now players can level up their characters throughout any of the available play modes. Similar to the online component in Call of Duty 4, players receive experience points by performing actions, completing objectives, and achieving victories. Killing terrorists, for example, or simply reaching a checkpoint earns characters experience, represented on a meter in
  • Tomb Raider (PlayStation)

    Tomb Raider controlled from a third-person perspective, players assume the role of Lara Croft, a beautiful and world-renowned adventurer. Don't let her looks fool you -- this archeologist loves to put her life on the line for the sake of thrills and treasure hunting. Her mission is to find and retrieve the Scion -- an ancient artifact that has supreme power. It has been broken up and placed in large Aztec temples and dark and ominous caves and caverns. Her adventure unfolds throughout four gaming worlds that are broken down into 15 separate levels -- each filled with dangerous traps, mysterious riddles and lots of life ending situations. Along the way, Lara will come across items essential to her journey. For example, certain temples require you to fix gears in order to open a specific door. In order to do this, you'll have to
  • Tomb Raider II Starring Lara Croft (PlayStation)

    Lara Croft is back in her biggest adventure yet! The Dagger of Xian is believed by Chinese religion to withhold unbelievable powers. Whoever wields the dagger and thrusts it into their heart will assume the powers of a legendary dragon. Players assume the role of Lara and must track down the dagger before it falls into the wrong hands. Unfortunately, the wrong hands are after the artifact; two cultist groups lust for the dagger's power. Developed by Core Designs and published by Eidos, Tomb Raider II Starring Lara Croft is the sequel to the smash-hit Tomb Raider. As Lara, players will trek through 18 massive levels throughout the world. The journey will have you visiting the Great Wall of China, the streets of Spain, various shipwrecks, oilrigs, and the icy climate of Tibet. Like the original, each level is represented by a plethora of puzzle solving elements and
  • Tomb Raider III Adventures of Lara Croft (PlayStation)

    The amazing adventurer Lara Croft returns once again with the third release in the Tomb Raider series for the PlayStation, Tomb Raider III: The Adventures of Lara Croft. This time she has some new moves such as crawl, monkey swing, and speed dash to help her through tough situations. The story unfolds with some background on the current situation. In years past, British sailors discovered a meteor buried deep in the Earth. Unwittingly, they looted four artifacts found with the meteor. One of these sailors kept a journal as they headed back to England -- he was the only one to make it home alive. With that in mind, the game begins with several key elements falling into place that will eventually reunite the lost artifacts. Lara is in India searching for one of these precious items, unaware of its true history. She only knows that local beliefs
  • Tomb Raider The Last Revelation (PlayStation)

    In her fourth adventure, pony-tailed archaeologist Lara Croft journeys to Egypt to find the necessary artifacts to defeat ancient god Set, whom she accidentally freed upon the world. Her travels will take her from the Valley of the Kings to the Great Pyramid, spanning more than 40 levels in total. The lovely and lithe Lara will confront an assortment of animals, insects, supernatural creatures, and even a few human targets while exploring trap-filled temples, ruins, citadels, and catacombs. New weapons and equipment include binoculars, a revolver, crossbow, and multiple ammo types. Improved acrobatic techniques range from swinging and climbing on ropes to kicking down doors. An enhanced inventory system lets you combine items to either solve puzzles or create helpful tools.
  • Tony Hawk Pro Skater (PlayStation)

    In this 3D skateboarding game, you can play as the BirdMan himself, Tony Hawk, or as one of nine other top professionals: Bob Burnquist, Kareem Campbell, Rune Glifberg, Bucky Lasek, Chad Muska, Andrew Reynolds, Elissa Steamer, Geoff Rowley, and Jamie Thomas. Work your way up the ranks by landing tricks in competitions to become the best skater on the circuit. Not only does the game give you the opportunity to step into the shoes of nine world-renowned skateboarders, but it also gives you the chance to skate some of the world's greatest and most famous skating venues. There are even spots that no longer exist, such as San Francisco's Embarcadero and the infamous Burnside in Portland, Oregon. More than a mere spokesperson for the game, Tony Hawk actually worked closely with the development team to create a more authentic skateboarding experience. You will also skate to the tunes
  • Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3 (PlayStation)

    With this release of Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3, one of the most universally popular and financially successful game franchises in recent memory returns home to roost on the original PlayStation console that launched the peerless extreme sports series in the autumn of 1999. Though this third version of the title is being released on half a dozen platforms and considerable effort has been invested in assuring that the PS2, Xbox, and GameCube versions of the live up to their "next-generation" technological potential, Neversoft and Activision endeavored to bless this PS version with all of the third edition's key innovations while retaining and reinforcing the engaging, accessible gameplay which is the true crux of the series' success. While it can't pump out the same amount of eye-candy as its counterparts on the 128-bit generation systems, this PlayStation release of THPS3 incorporates several of
  • Uncharted 3 Drake Deception (PlayStation 3)

    Developer Naughty Dog's critically acclaimed Uncharted series returns to PlayStation 3 with Drake's Deception. As globetrotting adventurer Nathan Drake, you must embark on a trip to the mysterious Arabian Desert on a mission to find the legendary "Atlantis of the Sands," otherwise known as the lost city of Ubar. Joined by his mentor, Victor Sullivan, Drake soon discovers that he is in a dangerous race against a covert organization immersed in the occult. For the first time in the Uncharted series, Drake's Deception will offer stereoscopic support for 3D televisions. Promising larger set pieces than those in the two previous games, Uncharted 3 will once again rely on a cinematic presentation that blends Hollywood-style storytelling with dramatic action sequences and special effects that utilize sand, water, smoke, and fire. In addition to his proficiency in ranged combat, Drake can now disable his opponents in other ways. New
  • Wii Sports (Nintendo Wii)

    The first sports title for Nintendo's Wii showcases the platform's unique controller and its potential for revitalizing conventional genres. Versions of tennis, baseball, golf, bowling, and boxing are included in this collection designed for gamers of all backgrounds. In tennis, the Wii Remote is held like a racket, with onscreen athletes responding to the direction and speed at which players swing the input device. Lobs, serves, backhands, and smashes are all performed by moving the controller in lieu of pressing buttons. Both singles and doubles matches on multiple court surfaces are available, with the latter supporting up to four players simultaneously. Baseball and golf follow a similar style, with the Wii Remote functioning as either a bat or a club, while bowling and boxing use the device to simulate throws and punches. Wii Sports is the first game bundled with the launch
  • Yoshi Island DS (Nintendo DS)

    After Baby Luigi is kidnapped and taken aboard a mysterious floating castle, Yoshi and his band of baby buddies must rescue the pint-sized plumber. Similar to the previous SNES title, Yoshi's Island DS accentuates the features of the DS by presenting the action on both screens, such as a two-story boss or a enormous rolling boulder. Players guide the dino do-gooder through environments including "Gilbert the Gooey's Fortress" with either Wario, Donkey Kong, Peach, or Mario strapped to Yoshi's back. In certain situations, Yoshi may even morph into a vehicle. Throughout the levels, players can switch riders at special markers, as the current objective may require one character's special skill. For example, Wario owns a large magnet to pull objects including coins toward him, and Peach can soar up to
  • Yoshi Touch & Go (Nintendo DS)

    Starring Baby Mario and the cute (though voracious) dinosaur himself, Yoshi: Touch & Go translates the time-honored gameplay of the character's earlier exploits for use with the Nintendo DS' unique interface. Games begin with Baby Mario falling from the sky, as in Super Mario World 2, but players can help out by drawing clouds to cushion his fall and steer him toward bonuses and power-ups. Brave Yoshi traverses challenging platform-style levels, as in Yoshi's Story and other earlier adventures, but in Touch & Go, players guide him with the stylus and touch screen instead of D-pad and actions buttons.
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