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F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin

Bigger guns. Scarier monsters. Smarter A.I. More explosions. Sound interesting? Neoseeker takes a look at this horror FPS sequel by Monolith Productions.
February 20th, 2009

The Godfather II Preview

Neoseeker takes a trip down to EA's studio in Redwood Shores, California to get some hands on time with their upcoming game, The Godfather II.
December 15th, 2008

Mirror's Edge Review

An exclusive in-depth look at DICE's much anticipated first-person parkour action game.
November 11th, 2008

A look at Sword of the Stars: A Murder of Crows

Today Neoseeker drops by Kerberos Productions to investigate their latest expansion for Sword of the Stars: A Murder of Crows, and to find out what they are working on next.
October 27th, 2008

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Review

Neoseeker's Chad provides an in-depth review for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, the best-selling game yet in the celebrated Star Wars franchise.
October 9th, 2008

Code Lyoko Fall of X.A.N.A. Review

Code Lyoko spins off another release for the DS, will the sequel be able to bring it home for the target markets or will it fizzle and fall short?
August 6th, 2008

Family Guy Game Review

After having a hit TV show, a movie, books, comics, action figures, apparel, board games and even a Live in Las Vegas CD, the next logical medium for the Family Guy franchise to delve into was videogames, and that is exactly what Seth McFarlane and his crew have done. The game takes place in Quahog, Rhode Island as you play through the zany adventures of Stewie, Brian, and Peter. Each of the characters have their own unique story and style of gameplay, and the game will switch you between the characters through out to try and keep things fresh and not too repetitive.
December 30th, 2006

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures

A dark force captures the maidens and the princess, will Link and the legendary four swords be enough to vanquish evil and return order to the land?
June 29th, 2004

Ninja Gaiden Review

Ninja Gaiden combines smooth moves with solid graphics. The result? One of the best games of the year.
March 12th, 2004

Curse of Atlantis: Thorgal's Quest Review

A dark future revealed, a mad wizard, and defying the will of a God. What more could someone ask for in a day? In the case of Thorgal he could probably do without all of it actually. The Adventure Company presents to us Curse of Atlantis: Thorgal's Quest. Where players will guide Thorgal in what starts as an adventure across the island to save the life of his son but soon goes beyond that by sucking Thorgal into other realms of the past and even the dead.
June 3rd, 2003

Jekyll & Hyde Review

Inspired by the novel of Robert Louis Stevenson and developed by DreamCatcher, in this 3D real-time action/adventure PC game, players take on the persona of Dr. Henry Jekyll fighting evil and exploring the dark and unnerving atmosphere of London at the end of the 19th century. After the death of Dr. Jekyll’s wife, four years ago, he took the irrevocable decision to abandon his research on the separation of the good and evil lurking in every human being.
December 20th, 2001

Luigi's Mansion Review

Mario, Mario, Mario. You might be able to take out poor defenseless turtles. You might be able to step on walking mushrooms who are angry only in appearance but misinformed and misunderstood at heart. You might be able "grow larger" whenever you "absorb the magic" of those Magic Mushrooms. And you still get the girl. But when it comes to the dark majesty of the children of the night, your portly self is suddenly powerless (not that it was ever powerFUL).
December 17th, 2001

The Ward Review

The Ward is the creation of the very independent game company - Fragile Bits Interactive. Based out of Croatia, Fragile Bits created The Ward with its squad, consisting of a whopping 6 group members. Now keep this in mind when you are playing. Seriously...
February 28th, 2001

Blair Witch 3: The Elly Kedward Tale Review

The final chapter in the Blair Witch video games series is complete and the anticipation is over. What anticipation you ask? Okay, so you weren’t sleeping outside the video game store the day before its release, I wasn’t either. Surprisingly enough, Ritual Entertainment has developed an impressive game, one that probably would sell more copies without the Blair Witch insignia on the front.
January 8th, 2001

Blair Witch Volume 2: The Legend of Coffin Rock Review

The player takes control of Lazarus, a former Union soldier whom was found by a young Robin Weaver. You have been resurrected from the dead of the forest by this girl and her grandmother. You awaken from your catatonic state only to find that the little girl has gone missing, and her grandmother charges you with the task of finding her in the forest.
December 12th, 2000

Escape from Monkey Island Review

Escape From Monkey Island (“Escape”) is the fourth installment of the highly acclaimed Monkey Island series. In this adventure-comedy game (with a definite emphasis on “comedy”), you play Guybrush Threepwood, a somewhat naïve but well-meaning pirate. The game starts during your honeymoon (a lead-in from the third Monkey Island game) with you helping your wife Elaine fight off an enemy ship.
December 8th, 2000

Icewind Dale Review

Travel to the Forgotten Realms to a time before that of Baldur's Gate, even before the time of the story of Icewind Dale... The time has come for you and your party to determine the future...
August 7th, 2000

Martian Gothic Review

As part of a three person team of professionals, find out what happenned to the inhabitants of the Mars Base. You must seek out those clues to help your team discover the fate of your people.
June 12th, 2000
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