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Glen's PC and Videogame Wrapup for 2/29 to 3/6

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Hello again everyone!


I don't think there is any doubt which game will be game of the week, even if I'm not going to be buying it. :)


Glen's LCVG Game of the Week



Ninja Gaiden (Xbox) - $49.99


Runner ups?

Phantasy Star Online III (GC) - $49.99


Ok, just for Freak Tornado...

Colin McRae Rally 4 (Xbox) - $19.99


Let's get to the wrapup.


Bargains of the Week



Best Buy


PC Games

The Sims: Deluxe Edition - $14.99

The Sims: Makin' Magic - $24.99

Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Underdark - $19.99

Neverwinter Nights: Gold Edition - $34.99

Rise of Nations - $24.99

Lord of the Rings: War of the Ring - $34.99

Call of Duty - $39.99


Playstation 2

The Sims: Bustin Out - $39.99

NCAA March Madness 2004 - $39.99

Tiger Woods 2004 - $39.99



Counter Strike - $39.99

Project Gotham Racing 2 - $39.99

Rainbow Six 3 - $39.99

Top Spin - $29.99

Links 2004 - $29.99

Cabela's Dangerous Hunts - $29.99



- You get a $10 Gift card if you buy $75 or more of the games or accessories on the back page of the Best Buy ad. This includes all of the PS2 and Xbox games, plus Socom II, NFS: Underground, and 007: Everything or Nothing (all PS2). Also included are the Logitech USB headset for the PS2, the PS2 network adapter, and the Version 3 Xbox Live kit.

- Purchase an Xbox and get Brute Force for free.



Circuit City


Playstation 2

Medal of Honor: Rising Sun - $39.99

Pac Man World 2 - $16.99

Medal of Honor: Frontline - $16.99

Grand Theft Auto III - $16.99

WWE Smackdown: Shut your Mouth - $16.99

Final Fantasy X - $16.99

Drakengard - $39.99 w/ $10 Gift Card

The Simpsons: Road Rage - $14.99

Max Payne - $14.99



GTA Double Pack - $37.99

The Sims - $16.99

Tony Hawk 4 - $16.99



- Get a free movie ($19.99 or less), with the purchase of an Xbox console and DVD remote





Gameboy Advance

Sonic Advance 2 - $27.88

Mario and Luigi - $27.88

Pokemon: Ruby - $27.88

Super Mario Advance 4 - $27.88

Lizzie Maguire - $24.88

Donkey Kong Country - $24.88

Spongebob Squarepants - $24.88

Dragonball Z: Taiketsu - $24.88


Playstation 2

NFL Street - $38.88 (Target has a printable $5 off coupon on their getintothegame.com site making NFL Street $33.88)

True Crime: Streets of LA - $38.88

Mafia - $38.88



NFL Street - $38.88 (Target has a printable $5 off coupon on their getintothegame.com site making NFL Street $33.88)

True Crime: Streets of LA - $38.88



NFL Street - $38.88 (Target has a printable $5 off coupon on their getintothegame.com site making NFL Street $33.88)

True Crime: Streets of LA - $38.88



- Ok it's not a bundle... but Target has the Gameboy Advance SP priced at $88, it's lowest price to this point.

- Buy a PS2 and get a free DVD remote






- Gameboy Advance SP - $89.99


Well, that'll do it kids.


Have a great week.



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I'm getting very tempted to purchase Ninja Gaiden! It looks and sounds incredible I read in a review that the three classic games are a little difficult to unlock. Is this true?


Also, how the hell does one pronounce 'Gaiden'? I remember in The Wizard (love that movie!) it sounded like guy-DEN. I've also heard it pronounced GAY-den.

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I used to pronounce it GAY-den but its actually guy-DEN. I don't remember where I heard this to be corrected, maybe it was an interview with one of the staff members or something? Anyway, I still slip up and say Gayden sometimes (I mean, I've been calling it that for what? a zillion years now?)


Oh yah, and I will definitely be buying this one. heh.

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KBToys.com has the PS2 and GC versions of SSX 3 for $25. I keep going back and forth on whether I want this game or not. Normally, I'm not one for snowboarding games but I've heard nothing but great things about this one.


Did you play SSX Tricky? It's along the same lines, only bigger and better. It's not a demanding game to play, as it's quite arcade-ish.

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Well, SSX3 is a really polished game. It's also very unrealistic, the trick system is very refined and outlandish, you can easily do 10 tricks in one very high jump. It's a perfect contrast to Amped or Amped 2 which require a great deal of dexterity and controller skills to play. In Amped it's challenging to combo 2 or 3 tricks, whereas in SSX3 the challenge is to combo 40 or more tricks without wiping out (and thereby losing your entire combo).


The courses and slopes in SSX3 are also very stylized and unrealistic, but it's all geared toward gaming joy. I really enjoy the game, but if you don't like arcade style games...or prefer more realism it's not for you.

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