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The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

That's most likely the question you're asking yourself and the reason you are reading this review. So let's cut to the chase; yes, you should buy Oblivion' probably.

Serious Sam II

While I didn't get into the craze started by the first Serious Sam title, I can definitely appreciate its impact.

24: The Game

There's no denying the following 24 has and for good reason. The storytelling style, character building, and plot development all come together to create a unique experience fans clamor to see.

Sid Meier’s Civilization IV: Warlords

The update has small but welcome improvements to the interface.

Ford Mustang: The Legend Lives

I couldn't help but feel a bit weary going into Ford Mustang; after all, a licensed racing game featuring only Mustangs strikes me as a thinly veiled vehicle to promote the Ford Motors company.

CivCity: Rome

CivCity: Rome includes a tutorial campaign, some free-form Single Missions in various pre-built terrains and a Map Editor.

Zathura

It doesn't seem to take a rare breed of developer to produce a traditional franchise game.

Close Combat: First to Fight

When I start thinking about military tactical games, America's Army comes to mind first and for good reason.

Amped 3

It has taken a few tries, but I think I've finally found a launch title that provides enjoyable, easily replayable, long lasting gameplay.

Shattered Union

This game engine, though, is plenty good enough for nearly any other era or setting, so we'll give them the benefit of the doubt and say the theme is provocative, rather than cynical.