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The Game Room

Price when rated: $50

Pros

  • Random mission generator lets you play over and over again

Cons

  • Runs like molasses even on a dual-1GHz Power Mac G4
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Price when rated: $35

Pros

  • New, varied game play keeps you challenged
  • Easy-to-learn controls

Cons

  • Third-person perspective can occasionally block the view of the action
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Price when rated: $50

Pros

  • Good computer-controlled players
  • A story worthy of the Star Wars name
  • Extensive multiplayer options

Cons

  • PC users with more experience may kick your butt
  • Tough levels may require cheating to finish
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Price when rated: $50

Pros

  • Course designer offers added play value
  • Detailed animations and beautiful course settings make for a realistic simulation

Cons

  • Nonintuitive interface and complex controls may be overwhelming to impatient gamers
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