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An article by Aaron Smuts discussing modern art and the role of video games within its definition.

Interview with American McGee by Russell "RadPipe" Lauzon of Loonygames. Questions focus on Russell's move from id to EA and technical design decisions.

Preview, by Kristan Reed: "We're still leaving the door slightly ajar for Bad Day LA to impress us when the full game makes its way to PC and Xbox later this year, but the signs aren't very promising at this stage."

Official site with trailers, screenshots, fan art, desktop wallpaper, forum, and demonstration.

Rated 9.0/10. "Its charm and style engrossed me from the opening level and never let go, and I received an experience with lots of substance, challenge, and a little heart thrown in for good measure."

Interview with developers Derek Yu and Alec Holowka about their influences, the original prototype, education, why they became independent developers, and the independent game development process.

Rated 5/5. "Stunningly well crafted with a compelling story, beautiful visuals and music, and hours upon hours of action-adventure, Aquaria provides patient gamers with an ocean of depth."

50 minute audio interview with Alec from Bit Blot games about his journey.

Cheat codes, general information, and screen shots.

"It may be a bit strange to handle at first, but once you get the feel of it, Azurik will astound you time and time again with its lush graphics, wonderful sound, and massive environments." Review by Peter Calderwood with screen shots.

Review with screen shots. Score: 8.6 out of 10 and an Editors' Choice. [Windows]

Review, with screen shots and reader comments. Score: 85%. [Windows]

Review by Kyle Ackerman. Includes screen shots. Score: 4.5 out of 5. [GameCube]

"There's little new here, suggesting it's time to stop resisting change and move on to another platform." Review by Ken Gagne with rating [7.4].

"Though the game has some fun slow-paced gameplay, it isn't really intense enough for hardcore FPS fans, and it's not as strategically built for fans of squad-based mission games like Rainbow Six." Review by Alex Fitzgerald with overall score [65%] with screen shots. [PlayStation 2]

Forum thread discussing how to get the Crusader Series games to run under Windows.

Instructions on activating cheatmode and how to use it.

[8/10] Reviewed by Greg Wittel. "Although there are a few frustrations, such as a slightly complex control system, this is a solid title." [Saturn edition]

Official site, with downloads, artwork, and news.

Official site. Features game information, movie clips and downloadable demo. [Windows/Macintosh/Linux]

Remake of the First Star Software original game with 4 free levels before purchase [$9.95]. Available for Windows PC only.

Jump the jet from one platform to another. Suitable for Windows PC. Free trial before purchase [$19.95].

Review, by Frank Provo: "All in all, while I felt the ride was too short, I enjoyed every minute of it." [Score: 8 out of 10]

Preview, by staff: "More like the second half of a huge story than a sequel, God of War II could be an example of PS2 saving the best for last."

[6.9/10] Review with screen shots. "Although the plotline is entertaining and true to the movie and books, all in all the game is very formulaic and generally seems to be geared towards a younger audience."

Cheat codes and complete walkthrough by Dusha.

Game publisher's official site. Story, characters, enemies, screen shots, wallpaper, MP3, gallery, downloads, links and store.

EA's official site. Includes screenshots, features, video clips and news.

Preview, by James Orry: "It's not the story that will get gamers snapping up copies of the game though, rather the game's ability to deliver a believable interactive Lost experience."