You could use gdb + a frontend like insight (a GUI for gdb). http://sources.redhat.com/insight/
gdb does have a funny syntax by default, although im pretty sure i've seen that you can make it output intel syntax instead of the default AT&T.
Hopefully insight allows you to do it too.
insight is still buggy on 64 bit linux. ddd works better but it is not as nice looking. anyway what good are looks if it crashes? so... I installed 32 bit linux in virtualbox and i work on 32 bit code there in insight and on my 64 bit linux host i work with ddd.
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