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Next Releases (13/12/2002)

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Scrabble 2003 Edition


Last Releases (06/12/2002)

Asherons Call 2 : Fallen Ki...
James Bond 007 : NightFire
Medal Of Honour : Spearhead
Racing Simulation 3
Scrabble Junior
Review : Racing Simulation 3

It's F1, in a slightly different package, but with two front runners in the F1 department seemingly way out at the front how will Ubi Soft's innovatively titled effort hold up? Phil Underhill gets into the cockpit to find out first hand. More...



Review : James Bond 007 Nightfire

As an avid James Bond fans we were looking forward to getting our hands on this title to check it out. But is it a ThunderBall or a Blunderball (sigh)? Dave Neale finds out. More...



Review : Trailer Park Tycoon

A review to the evident tune of groaning at the prospect of another bloody tycoon game. Any good or not? Phil underhill finds out. More...



News : New Trailer Park Tycoon screenshots

As the title says, we've just got new screens of Jaleco's innovatively titled tycoon game. The game itself is looking quite tidy, as opposed to some of the other tycoon offerings we've had the misfortune to witness. See for yourself. More...



News : Strategy First announce Supreme Ruler 2010

Developer BattleGoat Studios and the above publisher have announced this new title, due in the third quarter of 2003. The game is a world domination type affair, the story being the disappearance of the United Nations and a replacement, 'The World Market' leaving you and your country in an attempt to dominate the world. The game features satellite imagery, a realistic economic and political model, and multiplayer support for up to 16 players. I don't know about you, but we sure like the sound of this. More information as and when it's available.



Review : Ballerburg

Ok, so we're a little late with this one. Better late than never though, eh? More...



Review : Robot Wars Extreme Destruction

On the box, it's the finest metal-mayhem you're likely to encounter, but the original game left plenty to be desired. How will it fare in it's new incarnation? Phil Underhill stands by. More...



News : Lotus Challenge heading for the shops very soon

It sounds good, it looks good, and it's coming to a PC near you in the early doors of 2003. The game includes a lot of games modes and a fair few tracks including one around the streets of London. Racing includes a selection of Lotus' prize pieces, and some damage modelling, although we're not quite sure whether that extends to deformable meshes. Look out for it, it could be good.



News : New Soldiers Of Anarchy screenshots

Nope, it's not the Sex Pistols game, but it'd be a good name if it was. The game in question is Bigben Interactive's tactical RTS, with a storyline way too in-depth to fit here. Set a couple of the years in the future, the game features larger than average graphics, tons of units and skills and maps larger than life itself. If it lives up to these promises, well, it's gonna be a hell of a game. We shall see. More...



Review : Platoon

A great film, a great 8-bit title many years ago. Have the developers done them justice? Phil Underhill finds out. More...



News : Codemasters announce yet another WWII title

Oh no, as if there weren't enough already. Oh well. The game, currently using a WIP codename of 'World War II : RTS', boasts great detail, accurate recreations of British, American, German and Soviet troops and their kit, and a very personalised gaming experience. We've heard these promises before, so we'll remain sceptical till we see something further. The developers are 1C Company, makers of the excellent 'IL-2 Sturmovik'. Here's six shots of the development, the game expected for release in Spring 2004. More...



News : TOCA Race Driver delay explained

It's been moved back once again, and here's the PR quote to let you in on the details : "TOCA's been moved out to the spring of next year to allow the guys time to fully feature the LAN/online multiplayer stuff and get it all running fast as best possible with 20 cars racing together!". Finally Codemasters understand that programmers need time? I'm not so sure, but we'll see the results soon enough.



Review : Tennis Masters Series 2003

It's predecessor was certainly an average tennis game to say the least, but can it's new incarnation be the game we should have seen? Phil Underhill creates a racket. Sigh. More...



News : EA announce Battlefield 1942 - The Road to Rome

Another Axis Vs. Allies affair, and a case of 'more of the same'. This time the player will be put in the scenario of the Italians WW2 campaign, rarely yet seen in a computer game. 8 new drivable vehicles and six all new maps are the features promised. We'll wait and see...



Review : Knight Rider

A hit series, and no mistake, but have Davilex created a game in a niche, or can our mullet wigs stay firmly in the attic? Phil underhill finds out. More...



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