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EA Cricket 07

EA Cricket 07

Cricket titles have probably been the least successful sports genre that has made an entertaining transition to the world of computer games. In recent years EA have competed against Codemasters' Brian Lara series to get...

Review posted on 18th January 2007

PS2
The Sopranos: Road to Respect

The Sopranos: Road to Respect

The Sopranos is one of those series, for me at least, that you hear about too late, you know it' good but having seen snippets you know that so much has happened in previous episodes...

Review posted on 13th December 2006

WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2007

WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2007

Love it or loathe it, WWE's latest offering via THQ lands on the PS2 in its yearly update. One of the longest running gaming titles, now in its eighth update offers pretty much what you...

Review posted on 13th December 2006

Need For Speed: Carbon, Review PS2

Need For Speed: Carbon, Review PS2

The last Need for Speed - Most Wanted - proved to be a huge step forward in an already popular title. The 2006 edition, Need For Speed: Carbon - so called as racers race for...

Review posted on 12th December 2006

PS2
Ace Combat, The Belkan War

Ace Combat, The Belkan War

The Belkan War is the sixth major PlayStation release of the Ace Combat series and the follow up to the much heralded Ace Combat: The Unsung War. In a nutshell, and a trend that has...

Review posted on 8th December 2006

PS2
Eye Toy: Play Sports, Review PS2

Eye Toy: Play Sports, Review PS2

For the Eye Toy virgins out there, the Eye Toy is a webcam that sits on top of your TV. Said webcam shows your image within whatever Eye Toy game you happen to be playing...

Review posted on 29th November 2006

PS2
Singstar Legends, Review PS2

Singstar Legends, Review PS2

On the face of it, Singstar seems like a product aimed at enticing the young and the female into the Playstation market. It is also true that it delivers on this aim by opening up...

Review posted on 22nd November 2006

PS2
Pro Evolution Soccer 06, Review PS2

Pro Evolution Soccer 06, Review PS2

Winter arrives disappointingly yet again, but to temper the depression of the cold and long nights is the usual head-to-head release of the flagship football titles. Having already reviewed FIFA 07, EA Sports have taken...

Review posted on 7th November 2006

PS2
Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, Review PS2

Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, Review PS2

Mortal Kombat is back and this time it has brought with it a league of combatants that include every fighter ever to appear in a Mortal Kombat game. The cut-scene on loading the game informs...

Review posted on 6th November 2006

PS2
Metal Gear Solid 3, Subsistence

Metal Gear Solid 3, Subsistence

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater returns and its better than ever before. A pretty damn good game had been tweaked, added to and made even better than it was previously. This review is going...

Review posted on 27th October 2006

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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07, Review

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07, Review

Autumn is here again which can mean only one thing; leaves & temperatures falling, nights drawing in and a raft of new releases and "updates" on the consoles. The main difference being as this is...

Review posted on 18th October 2006

FIFA 07, Review PS2

FIFA 07, Review PS2

With the hype already starting for the releases on the next generation consoles, has any of this magic rubbed off on the current generation releases? FIFA has generally been all about presentation, style and, above...

Review posted on 6th October 2006

PS2
Forbidden Siren 2, Review PS2

Forbidden Siren 2, Review PS2

I have seen Forbidden Siren 2 described as the gaming equivalent of an Art House movie and it seems an apt description. It certainly scores highly in the 'weird' stakes that's for certain. Just...

Review posted on 26th September 2006

PS2
Shinobido Way of the Ninja, Review PS2

Shinobido Way of the Ninja, Review PS2

There is something universally appealing about Ninja games that will allow you to overlook flaws in the title to just enjoy maiming someone whilst they are unaware of your presence. Shinobido falls squarely into this...

Review posted on 18th September 2006

PS2
Cars, Review PS2

Cars, Review PS2

The latest PS2 adaptation of a movie franchise is here and this time it is Cars, the latest animation movie from Pixar studios - the makers of The Incredibles & Finding Nemo. As with so...

Review posted on 25th July 2006

PS2
The Da Vinci Code

The Da Vinci Code

It sounds like a daft idea and smacks of corporate greed but the Da Vinci Code has indeed made it to the PS2. On the back of the Ron Howard cinema release, you take control...

Review posted on 7th July 2006

State of Emergency 2

State of Emergency 2

State of Emergency 2 is set around 10 years after the original and once again the characters from the first instalment take on the oppressive might of "The Corporation". Once again you control rebels Spanky,...

Review posted on 30th May 2006

PS2
FIFA World Cup 2006, Review PS2

FIFA World Cup 2006, Review PS2

With the World Cup on the horizon, EA Sports have released the third variation of their World Cup football simulator in order to whet your appetite for the real thing. The latest FIFA offering boasts...

Review posted on 17th May 2006

PS2
SOCOM 3: U.S. Navy Seals, Review PS2

SOCOM 3: U.S. Navy Seals, Review PS2

The 3rd instalment of the SOCOM series has been a while in hitting the UK market; indeed the Yanks have had it for at least 6 months now. Many sources credit this title for the...

Review posted on 10th May 2006

PS2
Fight Night Round 3, Review PS2

Fight Night Round 3, Review PS2

Mixing random violence with scantily clad number-bearing ladies is always likely to lead to success and Fight Night Round 3 mixes both in spades. Choose from a list of great Boxers in a variety of...

Review posted on 4th May 2006

PS2
The Godfather, Review PS2

The Godfather, Review PS2

So, The Godfather. Another legendary feature film butchered as a game in order to milk an already successful franchise? Another game hyped to be the next Grand Theft Auto only to fail unspectacularly? With the...

Review posted on 10th April 2006

PS2
FIFA Street 2, Review PS2

FIFA Street 2, Review PS2

The original FIFA Street, whilst original and enjoyable, contained many bugs from hovering ball physics to poor computer AI. These quirks have been tightened up in the sequel to make for a more agreeable experience...

Review posted on 17th March 2006

PS2
Project Zero 3: The Tormented

Project Zero 3: The Tormented

Project Zero completes a trilogy with the "The Tormented". Players take control of Rei Kurosawa, a young female photographer with a wheelbarrow full of issues. As you take your first steps into the PZ3:TT, the...

Review posted on 10th March 2006

PS2
Star Wars: Empire at War, Review PC

Star Wars: Empire at War, Review PC

Star Wars: Empire at War (PC) - There have been some truly awful Star Wars titles in the past but Star Wars: Empire at War goes some way to redressing the balance. In a nutshell,...

Review posted on 3rd March 2006

PC
Rugby 2006, Review PS2

Rugby 2006, Review PS2

This was my first introduction the EA Rugby series and being only an armchair rugby fan, it surprised me how the game hooked me. Puns aside, my initial thought was that you do not have...

Review posted on 24th February 2006

PS2
Devil Kings

Devil Kings

Devil Kings Review (PS2)The setting for Devil Kings is a souped-up fantastical feudal Japan. It is aesthetically pleasing and looks great too. In fact, it would be how the battlefields of feudal Japan looked to...

Review posted on 7th February 2006

PS2
James Bond 007 : From Russia With Love

James Bond 007 : From Russia With Love

Bond is back, retro stylee. From Russia with Love follows a very similar path to that of the original motion picture. The missions are chronologically in sync with scenes from the film but with artistic...

Review posted on 9th December 2005

PS2
Tiger Woods: PGA Tour 2006

Tiger Woods: PGA Tour 2006

It has always baffled me that Tiger Woods titles are always released just as the golfing tour draws to a close. Then my inner cynic reminds me that Christmas is on its way and the...

Review posted on 21st November 2005

PS2
SSX: On Tour Review PS2

SSX: On Tour Review PS2

SSX: On TourSSX returns to show us the up side of winter just as we were beginning to bemoan the weather taking a turn for the worse. SSX On Tour provides essentially the same game...

Review posted on 25th October 2005

PS2
Worms Mayhem PS2 Review

Worms Mayhem PS2 Review

Worms 4: Mayhem – PS2 ReviewFor anyone who has not ventured across the Worms collection before, the basic premise of the game is simple. You control a team of Worms (the invertebrates not a bunch...

Review posted on 19th October 2005

PS2

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Lana Del Rey - Chemtrails Over The Country Club Video

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Thom Yorke, Garbage and more react to disastrous visa negotiations

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