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Patapon

LocoRoco was fun, but in the end fell short when it came to gameplay. With Patapon the makers made again a very charming and original game, one of the kind that gives the PSP its own identity. You play a god, get a ton of crazy followers and lead them through many battles, disappointments and […]

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Uncharted: Drake's Fortune

Naughty Dog is for years already one of the top developers for Sony’s Playstation. On the good old PSOne they came with the excellent platformer Crash Bandicaat, but it wasn’t until the PS2 with the excellent Jak&Daxter saga that they catapulted themselves to eternal fame. On PS3 they now start with Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune which […]

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Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow

The most popular third person action shooter on PSP finally got a sequel. With Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow Sony continues on the chosen path and you certainly won’t hear us complaining. After an American navy ship gets hijacked by an Arab terrorist group (how original!) Logan is sent in as last hope (how original!) to […]

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Lair

Lair will go into history as one of the biggest disappointments of 2007. Still, a long time things looked good for the newest game from Faktor 5, the makers of Star Wars: Rogue Squadron series. The final product, however, got shredded unanimously by the American press. With reason? The story for one isn’t worth much. […]

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Socom US Navy Seals: Tactical Strike

With “Tactical Strike” the SOCOM franchise takes a totally new direction. Instead of a squad-based shooter like Rainbow Six or Ghost Recon you now get a more strategic tour of duty. Think Full Spectrum Warrior and you’re getting very close A big change in gameplay is a daring move for a known and extremely popular […]

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WipeOut Pulse

To spare you and myself some time it’s best to read our review of Wipeout Pure. Done? Then you’re ready to see what’s changed in this latest episode, called Wipeout Pulse! Pure was of course one of the best launch titles for the PSP. Its colourful and sharp graphics, stunning sense of speed and online […]

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Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice

Who didn’t dream as a young kid to be a supercop? Just deal with the criminals the hard way and ignore all rules, since rules are meant to be broken. Sadly reality is different, but luckily we still have games like Pursuit Force on the PSP. Extreme Justice is the second part and would be […]

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Folklore

It’s rare these days for a developer to start a new IP, let alone try out something that is actually new. Enter Folklore, the first game (as far as I know) that revolves around Celtic mythology. Interested? You should be! Folklore is already the second PS3 game by developer Game Republic (Genji 2), but hasn’t […]

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Ratchet & Clank: Tools of Destruction

Insomniac’s second next-gen game -the superb shooter Resistance: Fall of Man being the first- marks a return to the platform genre. Ratchet & Clank: Tools of Destruction doesn’t really reinvent the tried-and-true formula (ironically enough, it’s called Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction across the ocean), but tweaks it to absolute perfection. Platform lovers, […]

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Rogue Galaxy

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When a game tries so hard to be Final Fantasy, it’s hard not to compare it with it. And it doesn’t matter how good the game is, if it isn’t better or as good as Final Fantasy, the case is easily lost. Too bad Rogue Galaxy looks too much like a Final Fantasy game with […]

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Heavenly Sword

Heavenly Sword is Ninja Theory’s first big-budget release and second game overall. In their early days, when they were still called Just Add Monsters, they also developed Kung Fu Chaos, a rather obscure platform game for the original Xbox. Heavenly Sword is a huge step up from their early work; in fact it’s one of […]

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Everybody's Tennis

Sometimes there are be games that get ignored by the masses, but whcih are actually very interesting. Everybody’s Tennis could be one of these unfortunate titles. Read on why. At the first glance this game looks incredibly kiddy. The famous tennis players we know from real life, like Federer or Henin, are replaced by a […]

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Warhawk

Sony’s first-party end of year line-up is looking quite promising (Ratchet & Clank Future, Killzone 2, Heavenly Sword, Uncharted,…), but the first one from that list to be released is Warhawk. This third-person shooter, developed by Incognito Inc., is now available for download through PSN and will shortly appear on shelves. The PSN Network has […]

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Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom

What is there to say about action-RPGs? Nothing, right? We get a lot of them on our plate and except for a few exceptions (Dungeon Siege, Titan Quet) they never manage to get even close to the undefeated king of the genre: Diablo 2. Sony Online Entertainment tries for the third time (previous two were […]

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God of War II: Divine Retribution

God of War II is a lot. It’s the sequel of the second (if not) best action game on the PS2. It’s one of the last big releases on PS2. It’s one of the most bloody and furious games currently on the market. It’s a long expected and looked forward to return with Kratos, the […]

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