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Computer Gaming World Issue 193

ISSUE: 193Content

Features:

  • Editorial: Back to Basics (George Jones addresses the fears that console games are going to kill PC gaming. You know, the way they killed it back in the 1990s. And the 1980s.)
  • Letters (They print the letters here, in case you were wondering...)
  • read.me (Industry news and gossip)
  • 2000 Fall Games Preview: Where Have All the Genres Gone? (As gaming advances, publishers and reviewers alike are struggling to place games into single categories any longer. And that's a good thing.)
  • Music to My Ears (Tom Price talks music for gaming, which isn't always the game's soundtrack itself)
  • Hardware: Voodoo 5 vs. GeForce 2 GTS (Two chipsets enter, one leaves...)
  • Hardware: Under the Hood - X-Box: Friend or Foe? (Dave Salvator considers the idea of a disposable gaming rig with Microsoft's entry into the console wars)
  • Hardware: Tech Medics (Troubleshooting your weird, wild, and annoying hardware issues)
  • Hardware: Killer Rigs (Do you want to play in gaming's bunny slopes, or are you ready for black diamond-level matches, ya weenies?)
  • Hardware: Copper-Free Gaming (Removing the wires, leaving the performance: wireless devices to check out)
  • GreenSpeak (Jeff Green proposes a game design of his own that is sure to succeed)

Previews:

  • 007: The World is Not Enough
  • SimsVille (cancelled)
  • Destroyer Command
  • Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2

Reviews:

  • Motocross Madness 2
  • Daikatana
  • Starlancer
  • Tachyon: The Fringe
  • Gunship!
  • Imperium Galactica II
  • Allegiance
  • X-Plane
  • 10SIX
  • Codename Eagle
  • Beetle Buggin'

Gamer's Edge (Tactics to make you a master gamer):

  • Majesty
  • Rising Sun
  • The SIms

Inside Gaming:

  • Did Half-Life Scare Off the Shooter? (Thierrey Nguyen ponders how Valve's shooter-with-a-story may have forever altered the realm of the FPS)
  • Where Are All the Strat Games? (Robert Coffey explains that fewer strategy games can mean better strategy games)
  • Why Less Is More (More or Less) - (Gordon Berg takes the same tact with flight sims)
  • End Game? (George Jones wonders if we're seeing the slow demise of the PC-based sports titles)
  • The RPGs of E3 (According to the trade show, the role-playing game is heating up by Desslock's metrics)
  • Good News for Wargamers (T. Byrl Baker raves about the newly-released, free-to-play Steel Panthers conversion)

Notable Stuff:

  • Halo makes #1 on CGW's "Top 10 Games of E3" list. Too bad it takes 3 more years before PC gamers get to play the Xbox-exclusive title.
  • Half-Life still sits at the top of CGW readers' Top 40 list,
  • Best Booth Babe of E3 2000? Why that would be Kornelia Takack, the 22-year old Budapest native who wiped the floor with her opponents in Quake III: Arena. Her end stats? 1,566 frags, 23 deaths, and 2 total match losses.
  • CGW is rather generous with their 1.5 star review of Daikatana, don't ya think?
  • The Chips & Bits, Inc. ad for Diablo II features the original box artwork before it was tweaked, showing the soul-gem-sized hole in the skeletal hero's forehead.
  • Wonder how many people failed to realize Jeff Green's fantasy game Pepsi Presents: Topless Tami's Sex Gun Orgy was a joke and e-mailed him to be a beta tester?



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    Title: Computer Gaming World Issue 193
    Month: August
    Year: 2000
    Publisher: Ziff Davis Media
    Editor: George Jones
    Country: United States
    Language: English
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