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  • Battlefield 2 Modern Combat (Xbox)

    Large-scale multiplayer warfare comes to consoles as Digital Illusions' Battlefield series brings Modern Combat to Xbox. The series is known for its fast-paced competitive warfare, and as many as 100 Xbox Live-connected players can fight together online, across battle maps that scale to the number of human participants. Battlefield 2 also features a single-player mode, which fills the levels with artificially intelligent 'bots, both enemy and friendly. As in the PC sequel on which the console versions are based, the game's fictional war is set in the modern era, so players have access to cutting-edge military equipment, including more than 70 types of weapons and 30 different vehicles to move them across land, air, and sea. Players can choose to fight for the United States, the Chinese, or the "Middle East Coalition," and through repeated victories and outstanding achievement in the field, they'll work their way
  • Chase Hollywood Stunt Driver (Xbox)

    Death-defying stunts are the subject of BAM! Entertainment's second Xbox release, where players slip into the shoes of a female stunt woman looking to impress the movie execs in Hollywood. Crash Corrada is the name and explosive stunts is her game, or at least that's what she's hoping for. As the brash female driver, players will need to perform a variety of vehicular tricks to satisfy the demanding needs of the director responsible for the next blockbuster hit. Three modes of play include Career, Challenge, and Multiplayer. Career involves advancing through a total of 16 movie stunt scenes after graduating from a four-tutorial Stunt School. Challenge mode develops skills in three events: Jump, which involves hurtling a car over buses, Stunt Point, where the object is to earn as many points as possible within an arena, and Stunt Race, which has players competing against a rival stuntman
  • Counter Strike (Xbox)

    As a follow-up to Half-Life: Counter-Strike, one of the most successful PC titles of 2000, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero takes the game to a new level. Both a single- and multiplayer game, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero puts a special counter-terrorist operative under your command and you must neutralize any threat that comes along. Rescue hostages, escort VIPs to safety, disarm bombs, travel through hostile environments, and more. Still tied to its Half-Life parent, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero is the most modified and enhanced version of the game engine yet, featuring more detailed player models, new skin and customization options, and atmospheric effects. Each map is available to many different play modes: players can complete missions with a friend in co-op mode, play on the Internet in multiplayer mode, or practice in skirmish mode.
  • Crimson Skies High Road to Revenge (Xbox)

    A follow-up to Microsoft's acclaimed PC title Crimson Skies, High Road to Revenge continues the adventures of crack pilot Nathan Zachary as he sets out to avenge the death of his best friend in alternate 1930s America. The game focuses on the action associated with flying a plane rather than the technical aspects of a simulation, so players will engage in dogfights using one of ten planes armed with napalm missiles, magnetic grapples, and sandstorm cannons. Each of the landscapes offer destructible terrain, allowing players to shoot down bridges, water towers, create landslides, and more to help in defeating enemies. In addition to the single-player story mode, up to four pilots can battle each other in a series of split-screen sorties.
  • ESPN NBA Basketball (Xbox)

    Sega's NBA 2K series returns for a third appearance on Xbox with the new name of ESPN NBA Basketball and a redesigned look. One of the biggest changes to the title's presentation is a more complete use of the ESPN license for such details as picture-in-picture introductions, both studio and color commentary, and authentic menu graphics and camera angles taken from televised games. Other visual refinements include updated player models and new lighting effects, which realistically show shadows on the hardwood for the first time in the series. As in previous titles, the game features a complete lineup of players, stadiums, and teams with ratings based on the 2002-2003 season. ESPN NBA Basketball also features a multiplayer franchise mode supporting up to 30 teams as well as Xbox Live support for online play, downloadable rosters, and chat functions. Once in the game, players can perform a wide
  • ESPN NFL 2K5 (Xbox)

    Make the right drafts and trades for the right players, properly prepare for game day each week, and execute on the field; then watch coverage of your winning performance on the nation's most popular and respected sports television network. Professional football fans find a new game with a familiar name in Visual Concept's ESPN NFL 2K5. Though the direct follow-up to 2004's ESPN NFL Football, Sega has returned to it's "2K" naming scheme -- perhaps to remind sports gamers of the series' respected heritage. There's more new to this year's version of the game than just the name, though, as ESPN NFL 2K5 brings a number of additional features to the established football series. The game's "Maximum Tackle" system is designed to put gamers in more direct control. Defensive players can now "wrap-up" a ball carrier to slow him down (if not bring
  • Grabbed by the Ghoulies (Xbox)

    Grabbed by the Ghoulies is an action-oriented beat-'em-up set within a haunted house. Played from a third-person perspective, the game stars a boy named Cooper who must save his girlfriend from the fiendish creatures that reside in Ghoulhaven Hall. Cooper will encounter 25 types of ghastly ghoulies, some of which include vampires, mummies, skeletons, zombies, and flying imps. As players make their way through the many rooms of the manor, they can acquire and use an assortment of household items with which to smash, bash, or slash the nasties trying to do them harm. The more than 100 types of objects at Cooper's disposal include chairs, pool cues, pictures, fire extinguishers, and tables. Many of the creatures can only be defeated using certain types of weapons, such as the vampires who are susceptible to the powerful garlic-firing blunderbuss. As the title suggests, the game relies heavily on
  • MotoGP 3 Ultimate Racing Technology (Xbox)

    Since 2000, THQ and Namco have been producing similarly titled motorcycle racing games based on the MotoGrandPrix series, a seasonal racing series for motorcycles similar to Formula 1 or NASCAR. THQ's MotoGP: Ultimate Racing Technology 3 looks to put some distance between itself and the competition by offering a slew of new features, as well as a more distinguishable name. Most notable of the new features is the "Extreme" mode of play. Inspired by "TT-style" street racing, this mode includes 16 new city and suburban tracks based on real race locations from all over the world. Players may choose to tear tarmac down the Day-Glo-lit streets of Japan, or spray dirt in the competition's face while racing down the country back roads of Donington, UK. Along with the new race locations comes a selection of new bikes. Modeled after real-world motorcycles, these latest additions range in power from
  • MX Unleashed (Xbox)

    MX Unleashed brings a new brand of virtual motorbiking to Xbox. The game's original physics engine is designed to account for the rider, bike, and clutch separately to provide a realistic look and feel. Players can prove their skills of speed and style in a number of national and supercross competitions, and the game's career mode features 14 amateur, semi-pro, and professional leagues to conquer. Less competitive riders may enjoy the game's innovative "Freeworld" mode, which allows them to explore large, detailed areas full of mini-challenges and secrets, however they wish. MX Unleashed was developed by Rainbow Studios, creators of such other successful extreme racing titles as Motocross Madness, ATV Offroad Fury, and Splashdown.
  • NBA Live 2002 (Xbox)

    EA SPORTS' NBA Live series, which began on the Super NES in 1995, makes its Xbox debut with the release of NBA Live 2002. Key features in the game include 3D polygonal players with details such as knee braces, tattoos, multiple sock lengths, headbands, different shoe styles, and more. In addition to a full lineup of teams and players from 2001 NBA season (including Michael Jordan as a Wizard), a selection of Hall of Fame stars and court legends is also on offer. Modes of play include Season, Playoffs, Practice, Play Now (Exhibition), 1 on 1, and Franchise. Players can lead their team through ten consecutive seasons in the Franchise mode, where they can set up a custom league, adjust season length, and opt for a random schedule. Trades can be made before the deadline, and the computer may reject offers it deems unfair. Rosters can also
  • NCAA Football 2005 Top Spin Combo (Xbox)

    Microsoft's first tennis game for the Xbox offers a total of 16 athletes to choose from as players attempt to attain a number one ranking on the professional circuit. The option also exists for players to create their own tennis stars, even going so far as to inject them with traits such as talking to their racket after aces, yelling at line judges for poor calls, or slamming the racket down in disgust after a missed shot. Athletes can also play to the crowd, becoming a fan favorite no matter which court is selected -- hard court, clay, or grass. Players will be able to perform slices, lobs, spins, and drops while returning the ball as they compete against friends or the computer in a variety of game modes. Top Spin also supports the Xbox Live broadband service for multiplayer competition based
  • Need for Speed Underground (Xbox)

    MX Unleashed brings a new brand of virtual motorbiking to Xbox. The game's original physics engine is designed to account for the rider, bike, and clutch separately to provide a realistic look and feel. Players can prove their skills of speed and style in a number of national and supercross competitions, and the game's career mode features 14 amateur, semi-pro, and professional leagues to conquer. Less competitive riders may enjoy the game's innovative "Freeworld" mode, which allows them to explore large, detailed areas full of mini-challenges and secrets, however they wish. MX Unleashed was developed by Rainbow Studios, creators of such other successful extreme racing titles as Motocross Madness, ATV Offroad Fury, and Splashdown.
  • Project Snowblind (Xbox)

    Players take the role of a futuristic super soldier to battle the forces of an oppressive regime in this original cross-platform shooter by Eidos' mainstay studio Crystal Dynamics. Set about 60 years in the future, the game follows the heavily-armed adventures of Lt. Nathan Frost, who began as just another infantry soldier in the internationally sponsored Liberty Coalition. When a battlefield explosion nearly kills him, Frost's body is rebuilt through a highly experimental procedure. He survives, and comes away stronger, faster, and better than before, enhanced with the potential for a number of superhuman powers and abilities. He is soon sent back into action, where he can put these special augmentations to good use. Initially conceived as a new game set in the Deus Ex universe, Project: Snowblind was developed to combine the frontline, first-person action brought out in contemporary World War II-based
  • Star Wars The Clone Wars / Tetris Worlds Combo (Xbox)

    The immeasurably popular falling-block puzzle game has found success on essentially every gaming platform it's graced since the late '80s, and the Xbox gets its own version of  Tetris with this release from THQ. In addition to the program's classic version of the game, "Square Tetris" give players bonuses for building and clearing four-by-four squares, and "Hot-Line Tetris" awards extra points for clearing certain horizontal lines, which are noted by a bar of color. The "Cascade Tetris" variant allows squares from placed shapes to separate and fall individually when lines are cleared, while "Sticky Tetris" causes such leftover individual blocks to meld together by color and disappear when the aggregate grows large enough. Finally, "Fusion Tetris" adds single-square pieces called "Atom Blocks," which must be connected to the single-square "Fusion Block" that is buried in the "garbage" pieces and spaces on the board at the beginning
  • Top Spin (Xbox)

    Microsoft's first tennis game for the Xbox offers a total of 16 athletes to choose from as players attempt to attain a number one ranking on the professional circuit. The option also exists for players to create their own tennis stars, even going so far as to inject them with traits such as talking to their racket after aces, yelling at line judges for poor calls, or slamming the racket down in disgust after a missed shot. Athletes can also play to the crowd, becoming a fan favorite no matter which court is selected -- hard court, clay, or grass. Players will be able to perform slices, lobs, spins, and drops while returning the ball as they compete against friends or the computer in a variety of game modes. Top Spin also supports the Xbox Live broadband service for multiplayer competition based
  • True Crime New York City (Xbox)

    Luxoflux invites grown-up players back for another game of "good cop (or) bad cop" in this follow-up to 2003's L.A.-based action-adventure. As in the original True Crime, players take the role of an unorthodox law enforcement officer, and by their actions and in-game choices, determine the character's morality as they play through the story. In True Crime: New York City, the hero is a former gang member named Marcus Reed, who uses his hard-knocks schooling to powerful effect in the gritty underworld of the Big Apple. As in Streets of L.A., New York City missions play out in freely roamed, GTA3-style environments, stocked with plenty to see and do even when Marcus isn't working towards a specific mission goal. Key characters are voiced by accomplished screen actors, including Christopher Walken, Laurence Fishburne, and Mickey Rourke, with Marcus Reed portrayed by Avery Waddell.

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