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23 July 2017

The Wargamer and Kalypso Media Contest Winner's Report and Omerta - City of Gangsters Press Event

COMMUNITY NEWS posted on 8 OCT 2012 by Scott Servant

The winner of the Wargamer and Kalypso Media contest, Scott Servant, describes for us his stay in San Francisco and the Omerta - City of Gangsters press event.


Blood Feud in New York

BOARD GAME REVIEW posted on 11 MAY 2005 by Scott Parrino

Michael Eckenfels adapts a New Yorker accent, dons a trenchcoat, and joins the mob in his review of Eagle Games' new board game.



BOARD GAME REVIEW posted on 21 APR 2005 by Scott Parrino

Eagle Games has created a unique new boardgame about hooch, prohibition, and gangstas. Does the sexy setting translate into good gaming? Read Michael Eckenfels' review to find out.


Uplink: Hacker Elite

PC GAME REVIEW posted on 9 JUL 2003 by Scott Parrino

"...a game about invading computer systems without the consent of their owners to wreak all kinds of havoc, from deleting and copying files to altering people's very lives. Besides moral implications, there are legal ones as well. Luckily, this is just a game, and should be treated as nothing more than that."


Hitman 2

PC GAME REVIEW posted on 27 DEC 2002 by Scott Parrino

The sequel to one of the darkest games of 2000 is also one of the best action games of 2002. Find out how being a paid assassin can be so much fun.


Hitman 2

PC GAME PREVIEW posted on 30 SEP 2002 by Scott Parrino

On the day the title goes gold, Sean Drummy offers his thoughts and impressions on Hitman 2, the sequel to the morbidly realistic assassination action shooter. Included is an introduction, impressions on the gameplay, graphics, sound, AI, weaponry and other features.


Grand Theft Auto 3

PC GAME REVIEW posted on 16 SEP 2002 by Scott Parrino

"It is also this freedom that makes Grand Theft Auto III such an absorbing experience that few will want to miss. It engages the gamer on many different levels: as an action-packed thriller, a hip comedy, and, ultimately, a hard-boiled RPG packed with cartoon-like violence."



PC GAME PREVIEW posted on 1 JAN 2001 by Scott Parrino

In simple terms, Tropico is a nearly perfect blend of all the great elements of every city and empire building simulation I've played. Fans of Caesar, Pharaoh, Zeus, Sim City, Railroad Tycoon, The Sims, and many others, will feel immediately at home. Although, as with most of the games above, the player is cast in the role of supreme ruler, one does not have direct control over the population. Instead, your wishes are restricted to construction and land development decisions, salary and hiring decisions, and the general setting of policies and execution of edicts (arresting troublemakers or political opponents, assassinations, declaring political orientation and policies, enacting martial law, allowing the Pope to visit, and so forth).


Kingpin: Life of Crime

PC GAME REVIEW posted on 7 JAN 2000 by Scott Parrino

I would like to start this review with a simple statement: I personally did not like this game. I have several reasons for not liking this game, and you can read about those reasons below. Based on my playing of the game, I simply cannot find any reason to recommend that someone should buy it. If, however, this review doesn’t convince you that buying Kingpin: Life of Crime would be a waste of money, I'd recommend strongly that you download the demo first.