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Patapon

A cutie, so to speak, and one you’ll forgive anything…

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Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune

With Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune Naughty Dog again delivers a game you shouldn’t miss.

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Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow

Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow is a game that’s finished. Both technically as when it comes to content it’s a top title that fulfills all expectations.

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Lair

Lair is a beautiful game to watch (thanks to a Lord of the Rings-like spectacle) but a horror to play.

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Socom US Navy Seals: Tactical Strike

Despite some beauty errors Tactical Strike is a challenging title that will appeal to both the fans of the older titles as well as new gamers.

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WipeOut Pulse

WipeOut Pulse is beautiful and must-have game for those that have never played the series on PSP yet.

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Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice

If you hated the first game then maybe you should reconsider your opinion and try to test it with a friend or so

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Folklore

Folklore is less of a gameplay achievement than it is an artistic one.

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Ratchet & Clank: Tools of Destruction

There it is, ladies and gentlemen, the first truly great first-party PS3 title of this year’s holiday season.

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Rogue Galaxy

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Some sources claim that Level 5 is the New Square-Enix. I don’t think it will take such a rush

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Heavenly Sword

Though good as it may be, it’s not exactly worth 60€ (60$/40£) since you can easily finish it in a weekend’s rental. Nevertheless, I’m dying to see what Ninja Theory can do with the sequel, which may well be the classic this game could have been

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Everybody’s Tennis

I wouldn’t call this game an ace, but it’s defenately a winning serve.

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Warhawk

Warhawk is a great game, both gameplay-wise and from a technological standpoint.

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Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom

Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom is probably only interesting for casual gamers and fans of the genre.

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God of War II: Divine Retribution

More action more violence, better levels, a better balance between puzzles and fighting and due to that in the end a more balanced but not less brutal experience that will keep you at the tip of your seat.

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