Near 200 national teams. All the stadiums, carnival atmosphere and glamour of the world’s biggest sporting event. A refined, sexier version of the most sophisticated footie engine ever. Yup, it’s safe to say EA’s latest World Cup game is shaping up to be pretty tasty. We got hands-on with the game recently and can confidently state its set to become this generation’s finest footie title yet.
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Tentacles. If there’s one overall impression we took away from our hands-on with The 3rd Birthday, it’s tentacles. This game is full of them. They’re snaking out of various monster appendages, they’re grabbing people and turning them into meat showers, and – oh God – one of the early bosses has several of them dribbling out of his gaping mouth. It’s almost indecent...
50 Cent: Bulletproof is coming to the PSP this September, and we got the first crack at a nearly finished version of the rapper-themed shooter. If you weren't a fan of Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's video-game debut last year, though, don't turn up your nose just yet - the handheld 50 Cent: Bulletproof G-Unit Edition is a completely different game.
Instead of another third-person shooter, G-Unit Edition is more of an urban Untold Legends. All the action happens from a fixed, overhead perspective,