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Pretend God of War hasn’t happened. Pretend you’ve never heard of Devil May Cry – this has the bonus side effect that you can squint at the box all over again, and think: “Don’t they mean Devil May Care?” for the first time, just like you did in 2001. Now go back further, to 1989, and pretend you’re enjoying Golden Axe for the first time.
Now come back, and try to make sense of Beast Rider.
The bar has been set extremely high in the world of shooters this holiday season with blockbuster titles we're sure the majority of gamers plan on adding to their collection. Among this stiff competition comes Goldeneye 007: Reloaded, the remake of the classic, this time in HD...
Multi-format golfing fans will already know a thing or two about Hot Shots Golf – named Everybody’s Golf in the west – on PSP and PS3. Tee It Up is a competent clone, and a demonstration of how slim the good/bad game divide is. Played with the classic three-click golf controls, this is a classic cartoony golf game which slips up on the essential details.
Does running around with a towel around your neck make you a hero? No, but it does make for a surprisingly satisfying multiplayer shooter with diverse weapons, inventive ways to traverse a map and loads of customization options. Our thoughts and final score for Gotham City Impostors...
What with GTA IV being the single biggest game release of 2008 there's going to be a lot of reviews and opinions out there vying for your attention. So in this 360-centric appraisal we're doing things a little differently.
Is Grand Theft Auto V everything you've been waiting for? Find out here...
It’s strange to think that, as of this writing, Grand Theft Auto IV is more than a year and a half old. It’s even stranger to think that the story it began is finally complete, with the two downloadable episodes – The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony – filling in plot holes and offering up inventive new ways to explore the city that most GTA fans probably thought they’d exhausted of possibilities by
Do you still play Rock Band on a regular basis? Are you a Green Day fan? Then you should pick this up - it’s as simple as that. For $60 you get 47 songs, including Green Day’s three biggest albums (Dookie, American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown) plus a few filler tracks for good measure (notable singles from Insomniac, Nimrod and Warning). A tad pricey, but the sheer playability of these songs makes up the difference for those who always want more Green Day...
“Hello, Bozo.” It’s charming enough when a game greets you every time you load it. It’s even more endearing when you can choose to be called, instead of your first name, a gently satirical nickname like Bossman, or Chief or, indeed, Bozo. The announcer sounds like she’s almost laughing whenever she says it, like it’s our little shared joke. So we’re proud to be a Bozo, and we feel welcomed.