Excerpt: Ok, Newbloods, listen up! This is Lieutenant Linkphreak speaking, and I expect your full attention. You’re lucky you got me today, so feel privileged – your other instructors wouldn’t be so kind. Intel reports a heightened concentration of Bio-Derm forces flying into this area.
Excerpt: So as I’m sitting there with my friend, playing some shooter I‘d picked up a little while back, he mentioned how similar it is to Tribes. “Tribes?” I say, “What’s that?” “It’s pretty cool, almost like an arena shooter but in a much bigger environment and with jetpacks,” he replies.
Pros: Classic Tribes gameplay, made even better with friends; plenty of maps
Cons: Bland graphics, hard to change controls, low quality audio
Excerpt: Tribes Aerial Assault had much emphasis placed on it since Sierra was making their first online game for the PS2. In June's issue of Official Playstation Magazine Tribes was described as a game that would surpass Halo in every way imaginable.
Excerpt: It's finally safe to say that Sony's online plan has arrived. From the minute they announced the details of the plan at E3, I had a feeling it would be something special. However, since the plan's launch in August, it has always felt like there was something missing - an FPS.
Summary: Perhaps one of the least overlooked titles of our time was a PC game called . Created by the brilliant minds at the now defunct Dynamix Studios, it turned out to be one of the most addicting games that I had ever come in contact with.
Excerpt: It's probably not too big an overstatement to say that Tribes is one of the best PC-to console conversations in the history of ports. To have a completely finished (and firmly established) PC game turn into a completely finished console game, and have very, very little in the way of changes between...