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Adrenaline Vault - [4.5/5] Review by Bob Mandel. "In the end, after wrestling with my reactions, I feel I can endorse MechWarrior 4 enthusiastically, as regardless of your taste this polished product has more than enough to please fans of mechanized combat." (December 12, 2000)
GameSpot: Majesty
- Reviewed by: Neil Randall, 88%. "Majesty is one of the rare games that you won''t want to stop playing until you find out what happens next." Also includes technical information, links, and downloads. (March 28, 2000)
IGN.com
- Written by Judas Perry, contains screen shots, user reviews, system requirements, movies, and a comparison between platforms. [Score: 51%] (March 28, 2003)

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Tennis Masters Series allows the player to test their skills against 71 professional players. Each of them have their own tactics and attitudes (tiredness, power, precision, morale, aggressiveness, special skills). The game features three different game modes: Tennis Masters Series Championship, Exhibition, and Multiplayer.
The game Virtua Tennis for the Game Boy Advance was based on Tennis 2K2 and not on the first part. Sites regarding this game should be submitted there instead.
A popular tennis series by Sega's Hitmaker Team (AM3).
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