Worms: Battle Islands Review

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Despite not having as many fresh features as you’d want, those who have somebody to play with should seriously consider getting a copy of Worms: Battle Islands. For years, the platoons of worms have been at war, and as their commander, you needed to use some wacky weapons to defeat …

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Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded Review

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Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded is a comprehensive, inexpensive and easy to recommend collection that anyone with a soft spot for arcade games will have a terrific time playing. In a way, Capcom Classics Collection Remixed was a minor triumph for the developer. Although it wasn’t the best video game anthology …

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Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Review

A great soundtrack, visually striking graphics, an entertaining combat system and bite-sized missions make Crisis Core easy to recommend to anyone with a PlayStation Portable. Not only is Final Fantasy VII usually considered one best JRPGs of all time, but also one of the best games ever made. The game …

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The Warriors Review

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The Warriors is one of the best brawlers of recent years. I often wonder if some of our beloved genres from back in the day can be reinvigorated again. That’s certainly how I feel about beat ’em ups, a genre that always focused on throwing waves and waves of enemies …

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Wipeout Pure Review

If you like futuristic racing games that are all about breakneck speed, varied weapons and flashy tracks, this portable take on Wipeout will not disappoint. The Wipeout series has always been one of the most distinctive racing game franchises ever released. For those who have never played it before, Wipeout …

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Daxter Review

Daxter is a fantastic platformer and one of the best titles you can play on your PSP. By the time we reached the PlayStation 2 era, console mascots stopped representing brands, but that didn’t prevent Sony from treating the Jak & Daxter characters as such. After all, the franchise followed …

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LocoRoco Review

LocoRoco has some terrific ideas, but some flaws (a short campaign, a forgiving difficulty and boring extras) prevent the creative PSP game from tilting my world. Here’s the pitch for a new game: it takes place in a distant planet where an exotic species of bouncy yellow balls known as …

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Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops Review

The fact that Portable Ops is a PSP game shouldn’t confuse you, this is a true Metal Gear Solid experience. Translating the Metal Gear Solid experience to portable form must be extremely daunting, especially since a lot of concessions need to be made on a clearly inferior hardware. With Metal …

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Sonic Rivals 2 Review

Sonic Rivals is a sad reminder that Sonic has seen better times. Sonic Rivals took some of the most iconic elements from the Sonic formula and applied those to a racing game and the result of such unique concoction was a familiar yet fresh experience. It wasn’t without some problems …

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Sonic Rivals Review

A lot of people are not convinced that the Sonic formula works anymore. But even if it’s possible to make a great Sonic the Hedgehog game, Sonic Rivals isn’t it. Time and time again, we’ve seen Sega release a plethora of Sonic games that have done nothing but disappoint fans …

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Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble Review

Kenka Bancho is a boring and repetitive field trip. Publisher Atlus has made a reputation for itself as a company that releases Japanese games in territories where those titles would never have seen the light otherwise. Most of the games they publish can be unconventional and some might even call …

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