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Diablo 2

Diablo 2 LOD

Dungeon Siege

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2

NHL 2002

Pool of Radiance RoDM

Warcraft 3

Diablo 2 – October 13, 2001 – Verdict = 90%

  • Blizzard! Give me my life back!!! The original Diablo was (and still is) the single most long lasting game on my hard drive. It may not be the first game I install, but it will
    be there. When I first caught wind of Diablo 2’s
    up and coming release, I knewthat I would be in for some trouble.Read more : Diablo 2 Review

Diablo 2 LOD – October 13, 2001 – Verdict = 96%

  • Diablo 2 LOD came out and I was ready. I needed a boost of new character classes, items and a whole new level for me to keep on going. Right up to the emanate release of the beta
    version, Blizzard kept quiet about support for “800×600” resolution. When I first saw the new screen shots, I smiled. Finally, my plea was answered.Read more: Diablo 2 LOD Review

Dungeon Siege – April 9, 2002 – Verdict = 96%

  • After playing Diablo 2 and Diablo
    2 LOD for almost 2 years, I am in need of another hack and slash RPG that does not dddrrraaaaggg on with a story or have
    a turn based combat system that you can take a leak during and not miss anything… Funny thing is, I did take nature breaks
    in Dungeon Siege during combat and lived to tell about it!Read more: Dungeon Siege Review

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 – November 11, 2002 – Verdict = 84%

  • I became excited to find out that Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 was about to be released. I loved NFS3 and looked forward to an “upgraded” graphics engine. I became happy to discover that Need For Speed: HP2 did do a massive overhaul to, not only game play, but also the whole package. As with everything, though, there is a problem.Read more: Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 Review

NHL 2002 – October 13, 2001 – Verdict = 91%

  • Here we go again! The new release of the ever popular NHL series is kicked out the door of EA Sports. I will warn you, though, I am far from a sports fan. I grew up around motor sports but with a family that shunned all others. Needless to say, that has still carried over to my adult attitude. Hockey is one game that I can sit down and watch a hour of and not be totally
    board out of my skull.Read more: NHL 2002 Review

Pool of Radiance RoDM – October 13, 2001 – Verdict = 42%

  • From my Commodore 64 days, I remember SSI and the D&D games sucking away plenty of my teen years. Sometimes, I wish
    I could go back and enjoy those game play moments again. Pool
    of Radiance RoDM, the old name that it is, released on the PC in September of 2001. Needless to say, 13 years of computing
    did little for this game.Read more: Pool of Radiance RoDM Review

Warcraft 3 – August 9, 2002 – Verdict = 97%

  • Every 2 years, Blizzard kicks out another title to suck away my free time. Warcraft 3 is no exception. Combining an innovative matchmaking online service with outstanding game play, not
    to forget about the intertwining of the races in the single player campaign; Warcraft 3 is a winner.Read more: Warcraft 3 Review