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Here we go again. April 01, 2005 3:35 am

Recently, two staff members of what was formerly RF Generation came to a profound realization: RF sucks. Why in the hell hadn't we chosen to be Composite Generation in the first place? Well, we may have screwed up then, but Eddie and I are trying to ammend our ways with the launch of our new and much-improved Composite Generation. That's right, folks. We're doing it again: killing one site to re-incarnate it as a better one

Since this may come as a bit of a shock to some of you, we'd like to take this opportunity to explain a little more. RF sucks. The sound quality is poor, and the picture pales in comparisson to composite cables. Because of our newly-found and great hatred fo all things RF, we are launching a campaign to obliterate it from all history. If you take a minute to check out the re-vamped video game search, you'll note that all of the sucky RF systems we once thought existed have been removed. We have confirmed that in fact only the Xbox, PC, and PSP are worthy of coverage. We at Composite Generation are dedicated to bringing you the most complete coverage of these systems.

To kick off the new site, we have two game reviews for you, so you can get an idea of the new direction we'd like to take with the site. I'm sure you won't be disappointed. One review is for Halo 2, the greatest first-person shooter of all time. It's especially better than that fictional Golden-something game. deathnight69 is the reviewer. Also, deathnight69 has posted a review for some stupid Lamecube game on our new message boards. You can find it here: Lamecube review.

In addition to the new reviews, the staff page, links page, and other sections of the site have been updated. Even your online collections should be automatically updated to reflect our new database and what systems we now cover. How's that for cool site news?

One last note: Please read the new message board rules These are VERY important to the success of the new site, and defiance of them will not be tolerated. All was fun and games when RF "existed," but now we're living in reality. Please do your part, and the site will be a better place for everyone.

Top Posted by: Michael Collins([CMG] Reverend Nepenthean)
9,000 Screenshots March 30, 2005 7:24 pm
With recent screenshot additions to the database, we have gone over 9,000 screenshots at RF Generation.  The newest of these were uploaded today for Super Mario World and Unreal Tournament.  Over sixty images were uploaded for these two great games.

In addition, the total of scans is approaching 4,500 with new additions by tholly of our message board.  He submitted 44 Microsoft Xbox scans for a variety of games.  You can find these, as well as three new SNES scans via the image search to your left.
Top Posted by: Michael Collins(Reverend Nepenthean)
Multiple Updates March 29, 2005 8:14 pm
Several updates have been made to the site today and yesterday.  First of all, the featured game, collection, and image have all been updated to your right.  Check them out, because I have a feeling there is at least something there you haven't seen before.

Also, thanks to tholly of our message boards, we have more new PSP content, today in the form of scans for some of the newest video games on the market: Ape Escape: On The Loose, Ridge Racer, Sampler Disc for PSP vol.1, and the Spider-Man 2 UMD Video.

Besides all this, another fifty or so Japanese PlayStation 2 titles have been added to the database.  More of these will be added in the coming days!
Top Posted by: Michael Collins(Reverend Nepenthean)
100+ NES Screenshots Uploaded March 25, 2005 9:11 pm
Over a hundred NES screenshots were added to the site earlier today.  They can be found via the image search to your left or via the respective game pages, here: Remote Control, RBI Baseball, RBI Baseball 2, RBI Baseball 3, Rampart, Rambo, Rally Bike, Rainbow Islands: The Story of Bubble Bobble 2, Raid on Bungeling Bay, Raid 2020, Rad Racket Deluxe Tennis II, Rad Racer, Rad Racer II, Racket Attack, Race America, R.C. Pro-AM, and R.C. Pro-AM II.

Also, some of the first U.S. PSP titles have been added to the database thanks to tholly of our message boards.  These accompany the Japanese releases which have already been on the site for quite some time.  As always, more is on the way.
Top Posted by: Michael Collins(Reverend Nepenthean)
Review, 135 NES Screenshots Uploaded March 23, 2005 9:22 pm
Another game review by David Murnan has been added to the site recently.  His newest review is for one of the greatest games released on Super Nintendo, and perhaps for all time: Super Mario World.

Also, 135 new Nintendo NES screenshots have been added to the site today.  The games with new images are: The Punisher, Puss 'n Boots: Pero's Great Adventure, Puzznic, Q*bert, Quattro Adventure, Quattro Arcade, Quattro Sports, and Super Mario Bros. 3.
Top Posted by: Michael Collins(Reverend Nepenthean)
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 5. Unreal Tournament (PC)