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  • Rating:9
    Aside from Escape from Butcher Bay, this is arguably one of the most immersive games ever.

    Kingpin: Life of Crime

    Aside from Escape from Butcher Bay, this is arguably one of the most immersive games ever.

    Let me throw some A words at you: Audio, atmosphere, attitude, ambiance. And yes, it's very dated and uses the Quake 2 engine. But it still looks and sounds pretty darn good: Gritty and realistic in a hard luck city.... Read Full Review

    2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:8
    Possibly the best in the franchise.

    Medal of Honor: Airborne

    Possibly the best in the franchise.

    The first time I gave MOH:Airborne a try, I didn't like it. It felt like a console port and it wasn't "in your face" enough for me for a FPS. I couldn't get the hang of the parachute landings. And it was also definite... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:8.5
    Not perfect, and perhaps a little too hard, but single player is damn good fun.

    Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix

    Not perfect, and perhaps a little too hard, but single player is damn good fun.

    It's 2010 and I've finally played through SoF2. Picked it up out of a bargain bin (like nearly every other game I own) years ago because it's both cheaper in terms of game price and hardware needed to run (I stay modera... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful