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"Need For Speed: Most Wanted"

  • GamePro, October 2005 (#205)
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"Cel Damage"

  • GamePro, January 2002 (#160)
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dudpendous:

Have you forgotten us?

No way!

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thearc34:

I loved the SWB2 Campaign mode, and only with age I continue to praise it more and more
Amazing narration, flashbacks of a retired clone and the fact you don’t play as a certain character, but just a solider trying to make it through a war, which really makes Battlefront stand out.
I still get chills when I go back into these journals and listening to Temuera Morrison’s voice
My first day as a member of the 501st… it was hot, it was sandy, chaotic. Nothing at all like the simulations on Kamino. Of course that’s pretty much the way it was for all of us, wasn’t it? All that breeding, all those years of training… it doesn’t really prepare you for the all the screaming or the blood, does it? Frankly I’m still amazed we ever made it through the first hour, nevermind the first day.

Incredibly, the 501st survived the crucible of Geonosis, emerging battle-hardened, and ready for whatever the war would throw at us.

Don’t screw this up DICE

thearc34:

I loved the SWB2 Campaign mode, and only with age I continue to praise it more and more

Amazing narration, flashbacks of a retired clone and the fact you don’t play as a certain character, but just a solider trying to make it through a war, which really makes Battlefront stand out.

I still get chills when I go back into these journals and listening to Temuera Morrison’s voice

My first day as a member of the 501st… it was hot, it was sandy, chaotic. Nothing at all like the simulations on Kamino. Of course that’s pretty much the way it was for all of us, wasn’t it? All that breeding, all those years of training… it doesn’t really prepare you for the all the screaming or the blood, does it? Frankly I’m still amazed we ever made it through the first hour, nevermind the first day.

Incredibly, the 501st survived the crucible of Geonosis, emerging battle-hardened, and ready for whatever the war would throw at us.

Don’t screw this up DICE

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thehatcast:

An honest American citizen.

thehatcast:

An honest American citizen.

tastytofusoup:

Greetings from sunny Korriban.

Who you callin’ a little girl, Chuba-face?

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"Conflict: Desert Storm II - Back to Baghdad"
GamePro, October 2003 (#181)

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"Conflict: Desert Storm II - Back to Baghdad"

  • GamePro, October 2003 (#181)
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oldgamemags:

Xbox UK Magazine #3, May 2002 - Microsoft unveil the “S” controller.

Follow oldgamemags on Tumblr for more awesome scans from yesteryear!

oldgamemags:

Xbox UK Magazine #3, May 2002 - Microsoft unveil the “S” controller.

Follow oldgamemags on Tumblr for more awesome scans from yesteryear!

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"Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the Neighborhood"
Official Xbox Magazine, November 2004 (#37) 
The Backyard Wrestling franchise never achieved critical acclaim, but I look at this ad and I can speculate that it had a niche market with its bloody fighting, overall concept, and eclectic roster of indie wrestlers, porn stars, and musicians like Andrew W.K. and The Insane Clown Posse.

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"Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the Neighborhood"

  • Official Xbox Magazine, November 2004 (#37)
  • The Backyard Wrestling franchise never achieved critical acclaim, but I look at this ad and I can speculate that it had a niche market with its bloody fighting, overall concept, and eclectic roster of indie wrestlers, porn stars, and musicians like Andrew W.K. and The Insane Clown Posse.
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