PC Archive Page 531
14 March 2002
Desktop Athlon XP 2100+, mobile Athlon 4 1600+, includes pricing
13 March 2002
£20,000 up for grabs
No more STMicroelectronics chips on the way, so this could be the last time we head back to KYRO!
12 March 2002
Polish team announces new rally sim
Breed, IG3 and Neocron all to go on show at LAN party
Art imitates art imitates life
Sequel sheds multiplayer support
11 March 2002
The present pinnacle of graphics card touches down
9 March 2002
Oh please god no, make the pain stop
Review - Westwood's attempt at making a first person shooter sends us to the land of NOD
8 March 2002
Another tactical combat sim on its way
Interview - Erik Johansson talks about his off-the-wall music industry sim, Rock Manager
Tailor-made versions of the company's new football game planned for individual clubs
Pirates invade Caribbean dictator sim
7 March 2002
And proceeds to blur the line between football games and real life
Europe's biggest trade show no longer trade-only
Ubi Soft's multi-million selling platformer gets new lease of life
Horror survival franchise coming back for a second bite at the big screen?
6 March 2002
Ok, maybe not, but Crimson Skies and Halo could be on their way to Hollywood
As predicted, nobody wins except the lawyers
5 March 2002
Alone In The Dark designer gets award from IGDA
Now with new improved physics
Website launches for Barbican gaming exhibition
Boldly go and blow stuff up
4 March 2002
Piers Anthony to provide back story for Dragon Empires
Article - your chance to help decide who gets the gongs in EuroGamer's third annual Gaming Globes
1.7GHz the new pinnacle of portable processing
3 March 2002
French publisher to bring CSI to PC and consoles next year
Get a taste of subterranean role-playing game Arx Fatalis
2 March 2002
French developer uses up ninth life
Preview - Game Arts finally make good on their promise to convert this much-loved DC RPG to the PC, but will they stop there?
1 March 2002
The next Rainbow Six game due on PC and Xbox
What is it now?
28 February 2002
Ban this sick, er, two-year-old filth now! And its mate!
27 February 2002
Preview - Mouse dons his cleaning threads again and whips out his pistol, at which point the caption-writer is promptly fired
Cheaper to an extent...
26 February 2002
Bitmap Brothers talk up morale for new real-time strategy game
25 February 2002
Vivendi Universal weighs in with official Jurassic Park sim
Article - have your say on which games get nominated for a gong in EuroGamer's third annual Gaming Globes
New European distributor, new Publishing Director and new game engine for Andy McNab titles, oh, and bye-bye Dave Jones
24 February 2002
Lads On The Pull - a dating game, British-style
Review - can EA's World War Two shooter live up to the hype?
22 February 2002
Interview - Revolt talk about their forthcoming space combat game, Homeplanet
Lara has a lot to answer for
21 February 2002
ST Microelectronics team up with their old chums Imagination
20 February 2002
But don't start remarking chips without telling the consumer...
From Sierra On-Line to Sierra Entertainment, Inc.
Zoo Tycoon gets dino add-on - god help us
19 February 2002
New add-on pack for award-winning action game on the way
Review - the fastest video card company on the planet is going for its guns again
18 February 2002
Customs clamp down on DMCA violations
16 February 2002
C&C first person shooter hits the net
UK's largest LAN party gets Xboxed
15 February 2002
Amazon's customers pick their favourite moments of all time, led by Lemmings
Interview - Allied Assault's producer and military advisor talk about the WW2 shooter, which is out today in Europe
Strong graphics card and Xbox sales boost bottom line
14 February 2002
Whether or not the GeForce 4 MX deserves to be sold as such, it ought at least to work...
Bordeaux-based developer in financial trouble again
Review - You think this is a review? A review of a role-playing game? A review written by Gestalt? Um .. you're right, actually.
Recalculates two years worth of financial results after SEC probe
13 February 2002
Break from the norm
Impressions' city building series marches on
Publisher licenses another French comic book we've never heard of
Preview - a massively multiplayer game without fighting, monsters or experience points - whatever next?
12 February 2002
Restricting the sale of items and characters is a gross violation, apparently
11 February 2002
Article - or, "why they don't make them like they used to"
"Hercules remains strong and committed"
Nearly twenty-million Euros revenue is apparently not worth bothering about
10 February 2002
Review - Fishtank's amazingly good-looking underwater combat title finally arrives
9 February 2002
Preview - "the game Ultima Underworld fans have been waiting for"?
8 February 2002
Alleges videogame company and its advertising agency copied an old advert
"I'm not quite dead yet"
7 February 2002
Review - Heroes of Might & Magic meets Magic : The Gathering in this turn-based strategy game
PNY, ELSA and Gainward offerings on course
6 February 2002
Fact, figures and pricing inside
5 February 2002
4 February 2002
Another oddly named game emerges from Digital Eel
Frigid dungeon crawler spawns sequel
Article - the biggest problem with online gaming is online gamers
3 February 2002
Ban this filth! Please?
X-Com creators' latest effort open for subscriptions
Interview - we chat with the German developers behind The Y-Project
2 February 2002
Not quite so pointless, but a lot more expensive
Preview - the world's first preview of a new Unreal-engined action-adventure game from German developers Westka
1 February 2002
That's the .. er .. World Wildlife Fund, not the sweaty lycra-clad wrestlers
Games are bad for your health (again)
Company execs said to be "Xtatic"
Worms 2 headlines along with Grand Prix Legends