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All you need to know about Shatter is that it’s essentially 3D Breakout in space. And, like everything else in space (except juggling and using a urinal), it’s much better than normal. The basic setup is familiar – your spaceship is tasked with smashing up collections of cosmic blocks by deflecting a shiny disc into them over and over, making sure the disc doesn’t ricochet off-screen.
Game titles don't get much more self-explanatory than Shoot Many Robots. Fortunately, this downloadable game delivers way more than just the satisfaction of gunning down automatons...
You should know that we here at GamesRadar are hella street … um … dawg? We played a lot of Jet Set Radio. We watched Exit Through the Gift Shop. But the truth is you don’t need any reverence for hip-hop or graffiti to realize that Sideway: New York is a great 2D platformer that does some fun things with 3D space; it just happens to sport a unique street aesthetic that helps make it stand out...
The combat is clunky. The monsters are drab. But as we found out over the course of this surprisingly lengthy adventure, Silent Hill can still find plenty of ways to surprise us...
The Simpsons Arcade Game was one of the hottest tickets around back when arcades ruled the streets and the Simpsons only had 20 episodes. As it stands now, it's still a fun, but brief, trip down memory lane...
Following the first ever SingStar on PS2, every one of the new games - from SingStar Rocks to SingStar Legends - has been judged and rated on its track list. It’s the only fair way. We know SingStar is the best party-rocking karaoke game out there, but you can’t keep giving every add-on a 9 because of that. It’s been all about the songs. So now - at last - we have a properly brand new SingStar to score. A next-gen revamp of
It’s tough to review a game like SingStar: ABBA, because it does what it does very, very well – the question is, does anyone want a game that does what this game does?
Here’s a quick heads-up: you only think you know all the words to Killer Queen. In reality, you don’t. But fear not, Freddie fans, as there are another 24 tunes to strut and punch the air by.
We’re torn though. On the one hand this is great and warbling through Under Pressure with a mate is as beautiful as SingStar gets. But on the other, this is simply a repackaged SingStar with zero originality.
Beer bongs. Vodka snooters (snorting Smirnoff, in other words). Mariachi bands. Scientists are constantly coming up with new and exciting ways to make parties more chaotic and financially ruinous, but they’ve outdone themselves with SingStar Vol. 2. If you’re the sort of person who routinely gets emotionally blackmailed into holding SingStar ‘dos’ round at your house, then watch out: life is about to get worse.
Anyone can sing that plinky plonky modern crap. If you want to really prove your chops at the next karaoke party, you need Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, The Supremes, and probably a bucket or two of blue party punch. Highlights from this latest disc include classics like The Jackson 5’s ABC, Stevie Wonder’s For Once In My Life, and – a guaranteed show stopper – Rick James’ Super Freak.
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