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Yep you read that right, 100 booth babe pics. Count 'em! Here at GR and CheatPlanet we wrestle with the industry of games day after day to bring you the very best in news, previews, reviews, features, exclusives and videos. That's a given. But once in a while, we, like you, like to kick back, put the pixels to one side and ponder the other great love of our lives, ladies. And how do we like our ladies? Straight-up babe. So for no reason, other than we love it, here're our sexiest 100 booth
Fancy rocking out to Guitar Hero III with your own, personalised Les Paul PS3 controller? Official PlayStation Magazine are giving you the chance to have your design tuned into a real Guitar Hero III guitar, courtesy of the kind folks at Activision.
To ensure accuracy you can download the faceplate template from here. Just add your own artwork and send it to Official PlayStation Magazine, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath, BA1 2BW or email@example.com Theyll choose the best design based on style,
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Oct 15, 2007
Halloween is upon us and with that comes dressing up as either your favorite characters from pop culture, trying a spin on a phrase or cliché (Cereal Killer or Manifest Destiny works) or if youre a girl, possibly a slutty nurse or zombie sock-hop girl. Did we get you pegged? Well, dont get sad at your incredible lack of creativity; just hop on board the mighty world of the internets and look for something better. When youre done, pop on back and read up on the finest
We've played a fair few Simpsons games in our time. It goes with the job - there have been so many they're hard to avoid, like the Army Men games, or Dynasty Warriors (just considerably better). But none have really gone down as classics in the Videogaming Bible of all Things Great (if such a thing existed obviously).
It looks like this might be about to change, however, with a game that comes from both the company who (arguably) knows most about videogames, EA, and the people who (unarguably)
Oct 5, 2007
With SmackDown! vs. RAW 2008 debuting next month, now's as good a time as any to look back on the series' highs and lows from the last decade - without the original PSOne titles (sorry fans). Join us on a rollercoaster ride through the heart of
Oct 4, 2007
To check out all the latest screens, go here. On to the top five...
1) LA looks incredible
You might've seen Los Angeles in True Crime or LA Rush, but MC: LA best captures the city's extremes of rolling hills and urban hustle. Famous landmarks include the Sunset Strip, the Standard hotel and the Carney's Hot Dogs train. With a full 24 hour day/night cycle, you'll be able to soak up Santa Monica Pier by hazy daybreak.
Oct 3, 2007
First appearance: Metal Gear (MSX2)
Looks like: Your Grandpa
Voiced by: David Hayter
Biography: Solid Snake is a black ops/spy entrusted with keeping the world safe from the huge bipedal, nuclear-armed robots known as the Metal Gears. Since the first Metal Gear, Solid Snake has gone from snot nosed new clone (reproduced from the DNA of Big Boss) to white-haired and decrepit war veteran (despite only being set five years
Oct 2, 2007
1) Let's get straight to the point: it's got seven-metre tall knights smacking the shit out of each other. That's taller than Shaq and about the same size as a Predator. We're sold already
2) Level-5's excellent RPG pedigree consists of Dark Cloud, Dark Chronicle (Dark Cloud 2 in the US), Dragon Quest VIII: The Journey of the Cursed King and Rogue Galaxy, as well as the Jeanne D'Arc on PSP. So it's bound to be good - we'd put money on it.
3) It'll be a mammoth 50-60 or so hours