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Call of Cthulhu  
Action PlayStation 4
Plunge into Call of Cthulhu, the official videogame inspired by Chaosium's classic pen and paper RPG. Uncover the chilling mysteries of this role-playing investigation game, descending deep into a world of creeping madness and shrouded Old Gods within Lovecraft's iconic universe. 1924. Private Investigator Edward Pierce is sent to investigate the tragic death of the Hawkins family in their imposing mansion on the isolated Dark water Island, off the shores of Boston. Between unfriendly locals and dubious police reports, it becomes clear there's more to the case than meets the eye. Soon enough, Pierce is pulled into a terrifying world of conspiracies, cultists, and cosmic horrors. In this world, nothing is as it seems. Sanity is an irregular bedfellow, all too often replaced by whisperings in the dark. Strange creatures, weird science, and sinister cults dominate the Cthulhu Mythos, intent on realizing their mad schemes to bring about the end of everything. Your mind will suffer -- balancing a razor-thin line between sanity and psychosis, your senses will be disrupted until you question the reality of everything around you. Trust no one. Slinking shadows hide lurking figures. and all the while, the Great Dreamer prepares for his awakening.

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare  
Action & Shooter PLAYSTATION 3 4.5 (73 votes)
Let me try to keep this short. If you're thinking about buying this game, you've been thinking right. If you're one of those people who like First Person Shooters, this is one of the best FPS's out there for you! This game has a single player, which are missions where you do all kinds of tasks such as sneaking around enemy infantry, assassinating foes and conquering enemy terretory. It also has Multiplayer which is fantastically fun just like the single player. The Multiplayer has about 15 game types, including free-for-all, TeamDeathmatch, Headquarters (Where you capture a place and defend it from the other team), domination (where you capture flags and get more points the more flags you got) and many more.

This game always keeps you on your toes and has a very high level of thrill in it. You should definently buy this one either if it was for your Xbox360 or PS3!

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2  
Modern Warfare 2, the sequel to the Multiplayer Game of the Year winner 'Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare', continues the gripping and heart-racing saga with an unprecedented level of action as players face off against a new threat dedicated to bringing the world to the brink of collapse.

* Call of Warfare: Stunning cinematic action, including new underwater missions, new gadgets such as the motion detector and new vehicles including snowmobiles and more.
* Rough guide: Massive globe-spanning adventure sees you travelling to the deserts of Afghanistan, the slums of Rio de Janerio and the wilderness of Russia.
* Bigger world: New larger levels allow you to tackle missions however you want: will you try a frontal assault or a more stealthy approach from another angle?
* Special co-op: New Special Forces mode will introduce two player co-operative play for the first time, in a series of non-story missions
* Be the best: Competitive multiplayer is even bigger and better than before, with all-new rewards for everyone from raw recruits to the most experienced players.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3  
Action PlayStation 3
The eighth main entry into the Call of Duty series, and the third in the Modern Warfare sub series, Modern Warfare 3 is a direct sequel to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. In this first-person shooter the story picks up at the end of the previous game as Russia's invasion into the United States continues, but the war has now engulfed Europe, with Great Britain, France and Germany participating, allied to the US. The player once again takes on the role of various characters throughout the campaign, including 'Soap' Mctavish from the previous game, as well as several new ones, including Frost and Sandman, members of the US Delta Force.

Next to the main story campaign with its scripted gameplay, MW3 features two cooperative game modes. The first is Spec Ops, making a return from the previous game. It has the players perform brief missions and a star is awarded based based on the performance. The second is the new Survival Mode, where players fight off different waves of enemy soldiers which get progressively harder.

The multiplayer portion comes with the usual game modes (Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, ...). In addition to these, several new game modes have been included. The first is called Kill Confirmed and requires the player to retrieve the dog tags of defeated enemies for the kill to register. The opposing team can also retrieve it to deny the player's kill. Another one, Team Defender, involves teams capturing a single flag on the map and keeping it for as long as possible to score the most points. There are also several pre-made modes for private matches, such as Infection (kill enemies to recruit them), Drop Zone (hold a zone for points and care packages), Team Juggernaut (each team has an AI Juggernaut character), and Gun Game (every player only has a pistol and three bullets, and earns extra guns and bullets by getting kills).

The Killstreak reward system from the previous games for multiplayer has been scraped in favour of the new Pointstreak system. Points are earned by completing additional challenges, next to just raking in kills. The rewards are organized in three strike packages: Assault, Support, and Specialist, each with new options and perks as they are unlocked.

Along with this game the Call of Duty: Elite service is introduced, a service that tracks player statistics and has social networking and smartphone integration. It is free, but subscribers who pay a monthly fee receive DLC, and can participate in competitions to win prizes. It also integrates with the earlier Call of Duty: Black Ops.

Canis Canem Edit  
All Action & Adventure PlayStation2 4.5 (63 votes)
In a nutshell:
The game previously known as Bully is Rockstar's most controversial title yet - despite the fact that almost everything that's been written about it in the tabloids is wrong. You play the bullied not the bully in a cleverly observed pastiche of school life.
The lowdown:
Although this bares comparison to both Grand Theft Auto (in terms of the large freeform world and highly interactive environments) and The Warriors (the combat system is nearly identical) this is very different to Rockstar's other games. Although you are supposed to attended lessons each day (doing well gives you new abilities and items) you're free to explore Bulworth Academy at leisure with a wide range of missions from raiding the girl's dormitory and fetching transistors for the local tramp to protecting nerds from bullies. In fact that the whole game is about surviving the school experience and making friends and ironically has a far more moral point to make than any of Rockstar's previous titles.
Most exciting moment:
Although you can get into fist fights with other students there's never any blood shed, just the odd pulled ear or Chinese burn. There are plenty of other school yard pranks you can pull of though with the judicious use of catapults, stink bombs and cherry bombs. You can also make out with girls (or boys if you so desire) if you can find a way to get on their good side.
Since you ask:
There have been numerous calls for the game to be banned in both the U.S. and UK, although tellingly all such calls were made long before the game was even previewed and were based solely on the name. The final product is only rated 15+ and features only mild amounts of violence.
The bottom line:
One of the most original games for years and far more wholesome than its reputation suggests.-"HARRISON DENT"

Cannon Fodder  
Kids & Family Sega Genesis
"A great little underated game"

Cannon Fodder is a great game but no one really seems to care much about it as you can see.

All you basically have is orders to carry out the mission. If any of your men die then after the mission then it shows a little scene where it shows the graves of the men scroll by and their names and rank.

Story line : 4/10 There is not much of a story line you are ordered to go certain places and carry out tasks as I said earlier. Although it doesn't take much from the game with having not that good of a story line.

Sound : 7/10 I liked the sound in particular. You could hear the men run across the ground and could hear all the guns being fired. Also when you hit the enemy they would give a cry out in pain and fall down. After they hit the ground you would hear a little thump.

Replay Value : 8/10 It's a fun game if you like going around with little men having machines guns killing everyone in your site. Otherwise if your a peace loving person you shouldn't play this game.

Gameplay : 7/10 The gameplay was nice. You could rotate your men in a 360 degree circle quite nicely. Also your range for your weapons were limited but that made the game a little more of a challenge in some ways.

Challenge : 7/10 The game was quite simple in the early part of the game. Once you continued further it seemed like the enemy soldiers just didn't stop coming! They come from all sides on level 5 + and you can lose many men and have to re-do some of the level's several times before getting it right.

Graphics : 6/10 The graphics were decent but not all that impressive. Your view is from the top so you can see all around quite nicely although it still doesn't help sometimes. The enemy could corner you in at certain places making it sometimes difficult to know where to go. In some cases you couldn't tell what was a cliff and what wasn't so you couldn't get across some places and would be trapped.

Overall I think Cannon Fodder Was a good game. If you are still into old school gaming and like top screen shoot em ups then most likely you would like this game.....Yeah, but that's just my thoughts of this game.

Reviewer's Score: 7/10, Originally Posted: 10/08/02, Updated 10/08/02

Mycket roligt tidsfördriv men inget man lägger full kraft på att klara.

Capcom Vs SNK 2  
Fighting PlayStation2 3.5 (10 votes)
How can people not like this game? It is one of the best 2D fighting games I have ever played. Classic Capcom characters vs calssic SNK charatcers. What more do you want? More charatcers from games other than Street Fighter and King of Fighter would have been nice. I personally would like to have seen Devil May Cry's Dante and Darkstalker's Donvan on the Capcom side (I ain't played many SNK games) but it ain't that bad. This game is still great.

The groove feature is great, with each one offering different features which can appeal to a different play in different ways. I'm a fan of the C and N Groove myself.

The 2D sprites are great with the exception of Morgian. She looks like she's been lifted from a Darkstalkers game and looks out of place amoung the other sprites. Shame Capcom couldn't have made her look like the others. The 3D backgrounds. Defeat an opponent with a Dramtic KO and you're in for a visual treat. As well as that, you can edit charatcer's costumes. It's possible to make Rock look like DBZ's Trunks. Great way of personalising you're favourite fighter.

The game's lifespan is a bit iffy. Once you've unlocked all the features, you may not come back for more. It depends on how good you want to become in the game, or if you want to try out a new fighter.

Frankly, this is a great game. It's way better than most 3D fighting games (but then I do prefer 2D fighting games to 3D ones). I just hope more sequals come.

Att puckla på varandra i 3vs3 är bland det roligaste man kan göra. Det stora karaktärsutbudet gör det till ett spel som i multiplayer håller länge. Livstiden på singleplayerläget kan dock diskuteras. Men å andra sidan så har få fightingspel bra singleplayer.

Castlevania: Curse of Darkness  
Action, Role-Playing (RPG) PlayStation 2
In Castlevania: Curse of Darkness you play Hector, a former Dracula servant and a Devil Forgemaster, who disowns his dark gifts and aims to live a normal life. This event left Dracula vulnerable to the attacks of the Belmont clan. Now that Dracula is vanished, you must fight back the curse cast upon all Europe. There is but one problem, another Dracula servant does not approve with your plan.

Being a Devil Forgemaster now gives the player an ability to forge familiars to fight by your side. As the player himself, they have levels and they can even morph to a different stage depending which weapon you use to fight with them.

The game has some basic role-playing elements such as character attributes and experience. Unlike Castlevania: Lament of Innocence, you are now able to use many types of weapons: Axes, swords, spears, knuckles and even shields for example. You can also craft your own weapons either by using an existing weapon as a base, and having some additional material such as bronze, steel and aluminium or having an extra amount of materials.

The battle system allows you to lock on to an enemy and hit them with multiple combos. You have some control on your Innocent Devil, and can command it to use certain skills, guard you and join the fight.

Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow  
PlayStation 3
Les temps sont noirs et sans espoir, le peuple est opprimé par la tyrannie des Dieux des Ténèbres.
Quelle motivation peut amener un homme à affronter l'ennemi ultime que personne ne se sent capable d'affronter ?

La femme de Gabriel a été tuée il y a deux jours de cela par le monstre qui sème la terreur en ces lieux.
Il est écrit qu'un homme au coeur pur viendra réclamer le pouvoir que détiennent les Dieux des Ténèbres.
Ce pouvoir, contenu dans un masque très puissant, pourra ramener les morts, et ainsi rendre à Gabriel sa femme.
Mais pour cela, il lui faudra affronter les ennemis les plus titanesques qui existent...
Découvrez une aventure unique sur PlayStation 3 et Xbox 360, à la croisée des Mythologies et des croyances ancestrales.
Développé par Mercury Steam en association avec Kojima Productions, Ce nouveau Castlevania vous plongera au coeur d'une aventure comme il en existe peu.
Caractéristiques :
- Un véritable retour aux sources de la série alliant combats épiques et système de magie élaboré.
- Explorez des ruines gothiques, des châteaux ténébreux, des forêts oppressantes et des désolations gelées.
- Plongez-vous dans une toute nouvelle histoire conçue pour séduire les nouveaux venus, sans pour autant oublier les fans de plus longue date, notamment grâce à l'arrivée de personnages jetant un éclairage inédit sur certains épisodes clés de la série.
- Affrontez tous les dangers avec la croix de combat multifonction en surmontez les pires obstacles qu'un jeu de plates-formes puisse offrir en vous balançant au-dessus de gouffres béants, en escaladant des parois verticales ou en descendant en rappel sans vous rompre le cou.
- Résolvez des énigmes pour débloquer de nouveaux objets qui augmenteront vos chances de succès.
- Combattez des ennemis d'une taille colossale nécessitant vitesse et maîtrise parfaite des attaques spéciales à votre disposition.
- Utilisez des armes secondaires comme des dagues ou de l'eau bénite, et faites appel à la lumière ou la magie noire pour triompher de vos adversaires.
Mais prenez garde : la puissance a un prix !

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2  
Action PlayStation 3
In this follow-up to the 2010 game Lords of Shadow and its 3DS sequel Mirror of Fate, players once again take control of Gabriel Belmont, now better known as the Prince of Darkness, Dracula.

One thousand years after his victory over the Lords of Shadow and Satan himself, at the cost of his own humanity, Dracula is visited by his old "friend" Zobek, bringing dire news. Satan is about to return, and only Dracula can stop him and his minions from destroying the world. If he succeeds, Zobek promises to free him from the curse of immortality. But before Dracula can take the fight to Satan's acolytes, he will have to recover his old powers.

As its predecessor, Lords of Shadow 2 combines exploration of 3D environments (now with full control of the camera), melee combat and platforming sequences. Instead of a linear succession of levels, however, Lords of Shadow 2 offers a semi-open structure, more similar in spirit to Symphony of the Night. The game alternates between sequences set in modern-day Wygol City, as Dracula tries to undermine the efforts of Satan's acolytes, and dreamlike visits to Dracula's castle. The Prince of Darkness must explore the now-hostile fortress to locate his lost powers and other upgrades.

New gameplay features include a new set of weapons and abilities for the protagonist, like the Void Sword capable of draining the enemies' health and the Chaos Claws used to break armours and other destructible objects. Dracula can also use various vampire powers, such as drinking blood to restore his health, or turning into a plague of rats during stealth sequences.

Action, Adventure PlayStation 3
Catherine follows the story of Vincent Brooks, who is caught between his girlfriend Katherine McBride, who may be pregnant, and Catherine, a 22 years-old blonde he met at Stray Sheep, a bar he hangs out at. Since his encounter with Catherine, Vincent started having nightmares every night. The nightmares are puzzle-platforming sections shaped as tower-like levels in which Vincent must climb to the top by pulling and pushing blocks. While he climbs, the level falls apart, and sheep characters try to shove him back down. Along the way, the player can learn various climbing strategies to adapt to different situations. In some levels, a giant Boss tries killing Vincent with a multitude of attacks.

After (or rather before) the nightmares, Vincent hangs out at the Stray Sheep. In this bar, he can send and receive text messages, drink, talk to people or Play an arcade game called Rapunzel (a series of 8-bit-like short climbing levels) until he goes back to sleep. When Vincent has to make choices, a blue and red gauge appears. This gauge indicates if Vincent has been good or bad, which will influence the game ending. Apart from the Story mode, there is Babel, a special challenge in which the player has to climb as high as he can to achieve new records. Babel must first be unlocked by meeting certain conditions in Story mode.

Adventure PlayStation 4
From the creators of the critically acclaimed Steins; Gate comes a sensational new visual novel: CHAOS;CHILD. Set in Shibuya in 2015, a group of high school students who survived an earthquake six years ago find themselves at the centre of a new series of bizarre murders in the city. Play as Takuru, an arrogant senior, who is the first to notice a pattern in the supernatural deaths around him. With the help of his friends, he goes to the crime scenes and hopes to discover the killer's identity before the police, at his own risk...

Children of Mana  
Kids & Family Nintendo DS 3.5 (24 votes)
Children of Mana is an action RPG, meaning you have a character which you develop by whacking monsters arcade style. The arcade style is simple and seductive. With some weapons, e.g. the hammer, the monsters satisfying fly in all directions bouncing off the walls and into each other. It is so fun, you can do it for hours.

However, after 15 hours, you want depth of gameplay. In RPGs I like to look for deadly combinations of skills and items or tactics I can use to my advantage, sadly, none exist here. You simply grind through the same dungeons time after time. That's right. After you go through a dungeon you can revisit it to retrieve items for your acquaintances in your home village. You get to play FedEx Boy for the village.

The art is amazing, the sound effects and music are so-so and the game play is fun, but after time, you realize Children of Mana is a shallow experience. This is a good game for younger gamers who don't need as much novelty for entertainment. However, oldsters can expect to tire of this title after 12 hours of monster whacking.

Chrono Cross  
Role-Playing PlayStation 4.5 (327 votes)
Chrono Cross, the sequel to the Super Nintendo classic Chrono Trigger, turns out to be well worth the wait. Taking off 20 years after the first game, Chrono Cross follows a boy named Serge across parallel worlds--both the world in which he lives and one in which he drowned 10 years earlier.

Chrono Cross will wow players with beautiful prerendered graphics and a unique battle system. Elements replace magic and items in battle, and using the same element three times in a row will ultimately increase your power. In addition to using elements, the accuracy of physical attacks is determined by probability, with easier-to-land weak attacks setting up fierce blows.

The plot, while a bit slow to develop, is full of interesting characters. Players will need to travel between the two worlds to advance the plot. While many of these areas will initially appear to look similar, you'll find them to be quite different upon closer examination of the details. For instance, a plant that is extinct in one world thrives in the other.

My only qualm with Chrono Cross is that, despite the complexities of the battle system, veterans will have an easy time with early battles. Still, there's much to like about this SquareSoft epic. --Robb Guido

Chrono Trigger  
Role-Playing (RPG) Nintendo DS 92
A young man named Crono is about to enjoy a carefree day: he plans to go to the Millennial Fair, where his friend Lucca intends to demonstrate her newest scientific invention: a teleporter. Upon his arrival Crono meets a young girl named Marle, who volunteers to be the first to test Lucca's new device. However, Marle's pendant affects the teleporter's mechanism in a mysterious way, and as a result she is teleported four hundred years into the past. Crono and Lucca quickly recreate the time portal and follow Marle. They find out that her unexpected appearance has created some confusion, and proceed to fix the error, which in turn leads to unforeseen consequences, eventually compelling the heroes to travel to different time periods and change the history of the world.

Chrono Trigger is a Japanese-style role-playing game in which the player takes control of a party consisting of up to seven characters, developing the combat skills of its members and managing their equipment. There are no random encounters in the game: all the enemies are either visibly walking on the field maps and can be avoided by the player, or are waiting to ambush the party. No enemy encounters occur when the player navigates characters over the world map.

The game utilizes the ATB (active time battle) combat system from Final Fantasy games as one of the combat style selections offered to the player in the beginning. The other selectable battle mechanic pauses combat whenever the player accesses the menu, effectively removing the real-time element and rendering the battles fully turn-based.

As the characters grow in power, their parameters increase, and they learn new "techs" - special powerful attacks and maneuvers which cost them magic points to use in battle. Techs may target a specific formation of enemies (e.g. a line) and can be used tactically depending on the enemies' positioning in combat. Characters may execute techs individually or perform double or triple techs, where each character contributes a tech which is combined with one or two others to unleash a powerful attack.

Once player-controlled characters acquire the ability to travel freely between time periods, the game's plot develops in a non-linear fashion. From that point on the player may opt to face the game's final adversary in combat and complete the story, or perform other plot-related quests. Depending on the moment of the story when the player decides to proceed to the final battle, the game may be concluded with thirteen different endings. The New Game+ option allows the player to start the game anew after having previously completed it, carrying over levels, techs, and equipment of the characters.

The PlayStation version features an anime-style introduction movie and cutscenes, a "movie theater" mode which allows the player to re-watch these movies and listen to the game's songs, as well as an unlockable bestiary, dungeon maps, and art gallery. The Nintendo DS version retains these changes and adds two new dungeons and a new possible ending that foreshadows the events of Chrono Cross.

Chuchu Rocket!  
Action & Adventure Sega Dreamcast 4.0 (9 votes)
Blast-off with Dreamcast's first-ever networked title: ChuChu Rocket. It's the age-old game of cat and mouse -- with a cyber-twist. Sega makes gaming history by hooking up your Dreamcast to the world. Now you can take on a group of online strangers in an all-out battle over the Internet! It takes only a few minutes to learn ChuChu Rocket.

All you have to do is herd your ChuChus (space mice) into their rocket before the KapuKapu (scary space cats) catch up to them. The game may seem simple, but don't be fooled. Your brain will shift into warp speed amid the fast and furious chasing, mind-bending puzzles, multiplayer teamwork, and your opponents' sneaky tricks. Catch the mystery mice and a timed event throws everyone's strategy out of whack. Whether you play solo, or play the nation, you'll get infected by ChuChu fever.

Onlinemöjligheterna är idag skrotade av SEGA sedan DC är en numerna nedlagd konsol.

Clock Tower  
Action PlayStation 4.5 (21 votes)
Clock Tower is an interesting horror strategy game that requires you to complete many tasks in order to figure out the bad guy who is after you. It's a really good game because you have to really use your head to avoid being caught. While the graphics and music aren't anything incredibly memorable, the gameplay makes up for it. I wouldn't say it's anywhere as good as the Resident Evil series, but what you have here is an above average game that you will be coming back to for sure.

Clock Tower 2  
Action PlayStation 2.5 (11 votes)
Sometimes it takes games that first come out in Japan a year or more to be translated and then published in the US. And sometimes games that arrive around the launch of a new system later get sequels with only incremental improvements to the engine and gameplay, making them feel very dated. Both of these factors are at work in Human's Clock Tower II: The Struggle Within, a game that, like the original, features a time-lost mix of 7th Guest and Resident Evil styles of gameplay.

To understand this blend better, realize that Clock Tower II is a point-and-click-style 3D adventure game. The graphics are polygonal, and you take your character through a series of static Resident Evil-like environments, complete with loading sequences as you travel from room to room. You point and click on objects that you want your character to investigate. You click on items from your inventory and drag them to areas you want them to interact with. You click on places you want your characters to walk to and on doors you want them to go through. Yes, the PlayStation mouse peripheral is supported.

The game's storyline begins with you, as a young Japanese schoolgirl, arriving at your aunt and uncle's house. Something strange has recently happened there, and you must investigate the disappearance of your aunt, uncle, and their children. Things don't look good, though - yellow blood and strange body parts adorn the household, and a knife-wielding ghost child has taken up stalking you. Oh, and your recurring problem with the malevolent male personality that shares space in your head is acting up again.

It goes without saying that Clock Tower II's storyline is bizarre, but it's also disjointed and weird to a point that makes Konami's Silent Hill seem like a clear and concise little narrative. There are more than a dozen possible endings to the game, and while you may beat Silent Hill without a strong sense of the events you've lived through, you can finish Clock Tower II several times and still have absolutely no idea what had happened at all. And the interface and gameplay will keep you from wanting to continually go back and find out.

The game screams for Resident Evil-like control of your character, but you're left with the archaic point-and-click setup that's slow to acknowledge your commands, occasionally misconstrues them, and sometimes won't accept them for unexplained reasons. According to your character's response, your directional commands are often misinterpreted for another location in the room, something that can cause you to get killed if an assailant is chasing you. Events are often triggered only after you've significantly looked around, and then eventually the game lets you enter new rooms or open drawers in unrelated areas. It seems like an arbitrary way to solve puzzles, and one that doesn't force you to think, but to spend quantifiable time wandering around areas you've been before, pointing and clicking until you can go on. It's like being stuck on a Rubik's Cube, going into the next room, turning on the TV, and coming back later to find the cube solved. It makes sense that your other personality looks at the world differently and can access different areas, but many of the puzzles are simply counterintuitive.

The graphics in Clock Tower II are pure first-generation PlayStation. The character models are so aged-looking that they creak, and their movements are likewise clunky and wooden. The rooms are also sparsely decorated, and loading times rule the day. The music and sound effects are similarly poor, occurring only during tense moments. The translation is much like that found in the original Resident Evil, except without the charmingly camp moments. Instead of, "You were almost a Jill sandwich" or "You, the master of unlocking," you get reactions to appliances like washers and refrigerators in the tone of, "Wow, it's full." A strange noise? "What!" A disembodied limb? "Only a leg!" And so on.

Clock Tower II isn't a good choice for those looking for a solid puzzle adventure or a compelling and scary game - it's neither smart, nor frightening, nor fun. Readers are better advised to look at either the most recent Oddworld or Resident Evil titles, and leave this one for the antique collectors. --Joe Fielder

Clock Tower 3  
All Action & Adventure PlayStation2 3.5 (10 votes)
Clock Tower 3 follows the story of Alyssa, an ordinary girl who must unlock the mystery of her past and stop the evil powers that have enslaved her ancestors for generations. The game features an unnerving level of realism and an equally intense story line, set in a number of locations through various different eras in which Alyssa must escape various monstrous spirits in order to save herself and the tortured souls of their victims. Unlike other survival-horror titles in which the protagonist relies on an array of weapons, Alyssa must rely on her cunning and guile to evade the clutches of these evil spirits and unravel the puzzles behind each murder. Only then can she summon the sacred weapon necessary to destroy each sinister monster.

As Alyssa's fear grows so does her panic meter, with the result that she becomes harder to control, sometimes even stumbling with the added confusion of the screen blurring. Can she free the trapped souls before the servants of evil stop her? Who is the mysterious Dark Man and what is his connection to the Clock Tower? Can she survive the horror before the clock strikes midnight?

Gillar man Hauting Ground kan detta rekomenderas.

Cold Fear  
All Action & Adventure PlayStation2 3.0 (5 votes)
Cold Fear puts you in the role of Tom Hansen a US Coast Guard crewman whose team is sent to investigate a drifting, abandoned Russian whaling ship. Prepare to face the horrors lurking beneath its bloodstained decks. Shoot your way through a blood-soaked nightmare straight out of a horror movie. Confront hordes of alarmingly intelligent enemies as the ships deck lurches constantly under your feet.

Rätt så trevlig story som tyvärr förstörs av urusel kontroll. Idén med att vara på en båt är rolig och öppnar dörrar till roliga påhitt med grafikmotorn.

Colin McRae Rally 2005  
Racing PlayStation2
The steering wheel-gripping heart of Colin McRae Rally 2005 is the all-new Career Challenge, which takes players through a full professional rally career, driving the most diverse selection of rally cars. An incredible 23 individual rally events provide a personal challenge with real progression and rewards through a non-linear series of Challenges, Cups, SuperCups, Shields and Championships as you earn the right to complete with the very best. Launch your career as a privateer but take the lead and progress onto more powerful cars, taking part tests to win further upgrades. Through the 23 events, drivers will be pummelled through a staggering 300+ stages driving cars from 4-wheel drive, 2-wheel drive, 4-wheel Classics, Super 2-wheel, Rear Wheel, Distinctive and 4x4 classics. Beyond the Career Challenge, there`s a toy box of rally-fuelled adrenaline racing gaming with its 4WD Championship, Ra6ly, Stages and Online gaming modes.

Action & Shooter Nintendo DS 3.5 (3 votes)
Given its enormous popularity in Japan, it’s very odd how few role-playing games there have been so far for the DS. It’s pleasing to see then that when one does make it out though it’s as gamely original as the console itself. Despite being a product of the same minds behind the ultra violent killer7, this is a far gentler affair as you try to help a nutty professor find new power cells for his space lab. The big gimmick is that the professor exists only on the top screen, portrayed via retro isometric graphics, while you go about helping him on the bottom screen, where the graphics are rendered in a far more realistic style.
The juxtaposition of art styles works extremely well and the game has a great sense of humour, constantly breaking the fourth wall and mocking the usual conventions of video games. However, like most role-playing games, the main focus is on combat – which is less successfully odd than the rest of the game. Fighting is all based on statistics and apart from using items and health power-ups it all runs on automatic, which is not exactly the best way to keep your interest. Thankfully most minor enemies can just as easily be avoided as fought, although you do need to keep levelling up to be strong enough to take on the game bosses. You can also find and use a range of different outfits which give you new abilities such as being able to pick locks, cook, fish and so on. There’s also a limited Wi-Fi mode where you can meet and trade with other players. If only the combat had been more interesting this could have been a genuine classic.

Cool Spot  
Action Genesis 82
Cool Spot is a colorful 2D platform game featuring the 7-Up mascot as the main protagonist. The game objective is fairly simple and straightforward. The player character has to collect enough number of cool points throughout each level in order to find and rescue his captured uncool Spot buddies and complete the game.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy  
Compilation, Platformer PlayStation 4
The fully remastered original trilogy of Crash Bandicoot for PlayStation 4.

Crazy Frog Racer 2  
All Driving & Racing PlayStation2

Crazy Taxi  
Racing & Flying Sega Dreamcast 4.0 (205 votes)
If you think it's hard to flag down a cab in a big city, try driving one in Sega's zany straight-from-the-arcade port of "Crazy Taxi". If you're one of the teeming fans who eagerly played "Crazy Taxi" in the arcade at a buck a pop, then this game is a must-buy, if only from a purely economic standpoint. Even those who don't know the difference between "Crazy Taxi" and the long-running TV series "Taxi" will immediately recognize the appeal of this game. In fact, this game is so impressive and addictive that it should easily convince a whole new wave of buyers to purchase a Sega Dreamcast.
What's so hot about "Crazy Taxi"? For starters, the graphics sport the most impressive re-creation of a living city ever seen in a video game. The level of detail is astounding and never ceases to surprise the player as block after unique block speeds by. The city is a distilled version of San Francisco with some landmarks and neighborhoods left intact. Making it seem all the more real are apparent product placements of real-world retail locations such as KFC, Tower Records, and Pizza Hut. And just about everything you see on the screen is interactive: boxes, phone booths, and mailboxes topple when bumped or smashed, pedestrians leap and tumble out of your path, and the myriad of traffic attempts to avoid your erratic high-speed antics. While some driving games brag about a lack of boundaries, this one delivers--players drive on the ocean floor, off the second floor of a parking garage, through parks, and down stairs. A helpful hovering arrow points drivers in the correct direction, but you can truly drive wherever you want at any time, making for tons of replay value.
While the game is a direct port from the arcade game of the same name, there's plenty more depth in the home version. In addition to the city that appears in the coin-op version, the Dreamcast version also includes an entirely new city. "Crazy Taxi" includes a trunk-load of mini-games that help to teach drivers how to perform the special speed boosts and maneuvers in the game.
Though this game would be plenty exciting without any sounds at all, it has an adrenaline-pumping soundtrack supplied by punk crossover bands the Offspring and Bad Religion, as well as some good, if sometimes monotonous, dialogue between the driver and the passengers. "--Jeff Young"
Pros: Wonderful, realistic graphics Easy to get into, and full of many long hours of addictive play Even more to offer than the fantastic arcade game upon which this is based Cons: On very few occasions players will encounter some graphic slowdown.

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