March 2007 Archives

Publisher: Telltale Games
Developer: Telltale Games

Platform: PC
Reviewed on PC

Max remains president of the United States (he was elected in Episode 4, when he ran against the animated statue of Abraham Lincoln), although he's still working alongside Sam in the Freelance Police. In fact, the Freelance Police office has supplanted the Oval office as the seat of American power and their DeSoto boasts a presidential seal and flags.

Surprisingly, despite all that power resting beneath Max's rabbity ears, Sam and Max are not the cause of the nation's latest and greatest troubles. The internet is failing! Computers are going offline! Planes are falling from the sky! What can Max do but take a break from dismantling the free world and, with Sam's help, battle their greatest foe yet: the internet!

Publisher: Oxygen Interactive
Developer: Gusto Games

Platforms: PC, Xbox, PlayStation 2, PSP
Reviewed on PSP

Starting as a skillful golfing novice with a set of clubs and an sweater vest or polo shirt, strive to conquer the world's greatest (usually fictional) courses – or build your own – in Pro Stroke Golf: World Tour 2007.

God of War II Review

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Publisher: Sony
Developer: Sony Santa Monica

Platform: PlayStation 2
Reviewed on PlayStation 2

Kratos, the infamous Spartan warrior, defeated Ares and usurped his place on Olympus as the god of war. Upon his ascension, Kratos led Sparta through a series of increasingly bloody victories that left much of Greece as only rubble and carnage. His actions, even more brutal than Ares, have led even the gods to fear and dread Kratos. Betrayed by Olympus, Kratos must escape the clutches of Hades, reclaim his godly powers and slay Zeus, the ruler of Olympus, himself.

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