Monthly Archives: May 2007

Mad Tracks

A year ago, D3 Publishing were known for their Japanese budget releases and not much else. Twelve months on and they’ve done themselves proud, having released the likes of Puzzle Quest, Earth Defence Force 2017 and the Pikmin-like Darwin in the last...
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Mario charges the chart

I’m kind of surprised (but not very) that Pirates of the Caribbean hasn’t been able to shift Spider-Man 3 off the top spot of the chart. Instead it goes in at #2, with Mario Strikers Charged Football in at #3. Nintendo are...
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Tetris DS

Sod the recent brain training games – Tetris teaches you the most important skill you’ll ever need. Namely, how to pack a shopping bag properly. Before the block falling opus arrived some twenty years ago I used to put eggs at the...
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Doki Doki Panshit

It’s three weeks since I’ve last done one of these, which means you lucky folks get seven reviews today. So let’s not mess about with a stupid opening paragraph, and jump straight in. Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest – SNES...
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Rhetorical question of the week

“How many times have you been at a dinner party when some egghead keeps ranting about his IQ and SAT scores?” The answer, of course, is never. That doesn’t stop Midway from solving the non-existant problem though. “Well now, instead of punching...
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Pop-up pirate

They might have been able to create a perfect polygon copy of Johnny Depp, but if the reviews are anything to go by then Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End is a bit on the fishy side. Will it knock Spider-Man...
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PSP starts side talkin’

This is weird. In a frankly ludicrous move, Sony and BT have got together to offer the PSP as a phone package with VoIP capabilities. Do they not remember side talking? We’re not quite sure what the point is either – the...
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