Monthly Archives: July 2007

King of Clubs

A few months ago Oxygen were being hush-hush over what King of Clubs entails, claiming it to be “this summer’s most unusual game”. Going by name alone, The Official PlayStation 2 Magazine assumed it was a nightclub management sim and even wrote...
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The Barcode Battler returns

Well, sort of. The new Argos catalogue has a couple of bizarre online game gizmos that are interesting enough to warrant an article on these hallowed pages. In our day the nearest we got to playing online was tying two cans together...
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Harry Potter versus the Decepticons

Flipendo! Harry Potter has been knocked off the top spot by Pokemon Diamond. Transformers: The Game stays at #2 with Pokemon Pearl at #3, thus pushing the pubescent wizard down to #4. Nintendo Europe must be pleased: three of their brain training...
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Pokemon and on and on

It wouldn’t be a surprise if Pokemon Diamond & Pearl goes on to be the best selling DS game of 2007, although it might struggle to knock Harry Potter and Transformers off their lofty perches in the chart. We reckon that Diamond...
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What a drag-on

Notorious ‘interactive’ cartoon thing Dragon’s Lair is being re-re-re-release on both HD-DVD and Nintendo DS later this year. The DS version will require the handheld to he held on its side, a la Brain Training, and will also feature voice recognition. We...
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Holy crap! Optimus Prime is Jewish?

Transformers: The Game hasn’t been able to shove Harry Potter off the top spot of the multiformat chart, but it’s lodged in at #1 in both the PlayStation 2 and Xbox 360 charts. It would appear that Nintendo owners don’t care for...
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Bully for you

Just when we thought that Rockstar were playing it safe on Wii with Table Tennis as their next game, they go and announce a Wii version of the controversial Bully (nee Canis Candem Edit). The Xbox 360 will also be on the...
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