I like this game. Certis is prodding me in the back, so I guess thatÂ's not quite enough. Okay, I like this game because it is a glorious and perfect sequel to FFX, itÂ's dynamic and fun, and Yuna can jump now and the girls are so damn cute it makes me want to giggle everytime they do their little victory dance thingie at the end of a fight. Can I go play it again now? Dammit.
'O my lord, far be it, alas! that what is past should again come to pass and that I company with thee at other time than this time!I'm not exactly sure how to go about reviewing Prince of Persia (Xbox version) since most every site o­n the planet has already proclaimed it the best thing since sliced bread and a huge contender for game of the year.
As promised earlier, Square-Enix today revealed the next installment in the Final Fantasy series.
It could make your WaveBird fly!

Nov 17th - 23rd

Is it sexy in here or is it just our new comments system? Mad props to Pyro for getting jiggy with the comments and matching them up with the forums look and feel. I'll try not to say "jiggy" again for the rest of the year, I promise. Seeing as how we're making changes around here I figured I'd mix up the week ahead a bit.
If you'll take a look at the comments for this story, or any story for that matter, you'll notice something different. It may be hard to put your finger on it but I'll help you out. The comments don't suck anymore Yup, you heard it right. The comments look just like the forums, mostly act like the forums and are generally easier to use.

Something With Pizazz

Rockstar Games and Take Two Interactive have been in the news again defending their games. I only hope they aren't surprised each time someone files a lawsuit against them. If you're going to create a controversial game, you're going to have to face some consequences.

A Cold Day in Hell

Rainbow Six 3 (Xbox)

If you are a terror to many, then beware of many.The Rainbow Six franchise has had a long and distinguished run on the PC. It seems like just yesterday that I moved into the big city and picked up the original game along with Tom ClancyÂ's book.
Gaming in the Real World continues as we ask level designer Sam Bass (Medal of Honor: Rising Sun) how he deals with the social scene as a game developer. We are still short one tar and/or feathering but I'll cling to hope for a while longer yet. Maybe we need to send John Carmack into a PTA meeting or something.Anyways, read on for Sam's reply!

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