HOLLYWOOD RUMBLE: THE BEST MOVIE-GAMES OF 2002

As Baby Boy 2003 kicks the crap out of Old Man 2002, let’s look back with delight at the five best movies-turned-videogames of the year gone by. Grab your joystick and head on inside…



Posted on January 15, 2003 by

HOLLYWOOD RUMBLE: BLADE VS. BUFFY

Our resident gamer, Zach Meston, is back with the low down on what recent movie and television show based videogames are worth your time and allowance. In this batch, Zach takes a look at “Blade II”, “Bruce Lee: Quest of the Dragon” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” “The Daywalker and the Slayer battle for Xbox supremacy. Two vampire killers enter–one vampire killer leaves!”



Posted on October 29, 2002 by

DANCE MACHINE

3.5 Stars
Year Released: 2002
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 5 minutes

This “Spinal Tap”-styled, shot-on-DV mockumentary follows the travails of an earnest-but-clueless white boy…


Posted on August 19, 2002 by

THE REBIRTH OF CINEMAWARE

NEW-SCHOOL CINEMAWARE (LARS FUHRKEN-BATISTA) What is your background in the videogame industry? How did you get into game development? What are the companies you’ve worked for? What are the games you’ve worked on? Inquiring minds wanna know! ^ I actually got into game development by sheer force of my passion for games. After graduation with […]



Posted on July 30, 2002 by

THE REBIRTH OF CINEMAWARE

OLD-SCHOOL CINEMAWARE (BOB JACOB) Where were you born? Where did you grow up? Was your childhood happy or dysfunctional? ^ Grew up in University City, Missouri (part of St. Louis). Had a Dickensian childhood. Losing myself in books was the only thing that allowed me to retain my sanity. What were your professional exploits before […]



Posted on July 30, 2002 by

THE REBIRTH OF CINEMAWARE

Bob Jacob founded Cinemaware in 1986, a game company that released a range of award-winning titles, which combined brilliant gameplay designs with cinematic scope. For the first time, a game developer brought skillful storytelling and genuine emotion to the videogame experience. Now, the company that introduced the grammar of film to the world of videogames rises from the ashes…



Posted on July 30, 2002 by

HOLLYWOOD RUMBLE: THE MEN IN BLACK VS. THE THREE STOOGES

Writer and avid gamer Zach Meston gives us the low down on what recent movie and television show based videogames are worth your time and allowance. In this batch, Zach takes a look at “Men in Black II: Alien Escape”, “The Sum of all Fears”, “The Three Stooges” and “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones”…



Posted on July 24, 2002 by

DRIVEN (PS2)

PLAYSTATION 2 GAME REVIEW! “Gran Turismo” is to “Driven” as “Star Wars” is to “Battlefield Earth”…



Posted on February 10, 2002 by

INTERACTIVE MIDDLE-EARTH

FREE LOTR VIDEOGAME SOFTWARE DOWNLOADS! I wanted a “Lord of the Rings” videogame and all I got was this stupid glowing goblet!



Posted on January 10, 2002 by

INTERACTIVE MIDDLE-EARTH (part 3)

TK



Posted on January 9, 2002 by

INTERACTIVE MIDDLE-EARTH (part 2)

TK



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