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Soul Calibur IV

If you’ve ever wondered whether fight games are for you, then you should certainly try this one out.

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Dragon Ball Z Burst Limit

Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit is more of the same. Little innovation, little extras.

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Time Crisis 4

Namco misses the ball with this game. The GunCon3 is hardly an exciting controller, the Arcade mode never managed to innovate and the attempt to give some more appeal with FPS levels fails miserably.

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Beautiful Katamari

Beautiful Katamari is especially fun for those who haven’t played a Katamari game before and who aren’t afraid of something completely nuts.

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Dynasty Warriors: Gundam

Dynasty Warriors: Gundam has become a major failure. The gameplay is hollow, linear and ultra repetitive.

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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3

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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 is certainly worth buying, even if the only real new aspect is the Dragon Ball GT saga.

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Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation

The feeling of being a metal angel has never been told so beautiful, intense and immersive as in this Ace Combat 6. I’ll see you up there!

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Eternal Sonata

Although Eternal Sonata lacks a multiplayer for instance, it does remain a great game.

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Naruto Ultimate Ninja 2

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I usually don’t like license games that much but this one managed to pleasantly surprise me.

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RACE 07: The Official WTCC Game

Short said this is the best racing sim I’ve ever played.

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Ridge Racer 7

All in all, Ridge Racer 7 is probably the best console Ridge Racer title since RR4. Unfortunately for Namco, time hasn’t stood still.

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Dragonball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 2

Nobody, including me, thought a hectic game like this could actually work for the Wii, but it does

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Ridge Racer 2

If you don’t have the original PSP Ridge Racer and you find the extra features worth the additional money, you’ll have quite some fun with this title.

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Warhammer: Mark of Chaos

Warhammer: Mark of Chaos is a serious graphical improvement over the big example, Dark Omen. Yet, that doesn’t really mean much if, even after the patches, the performance tends to go wacko at unpredictable moments and that the gameplay doesn’t really offer much new in terms of strategy.

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Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception

It basically comes down to this: if you like the series, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception surely won’t disappoint you.

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