Monthly Archives: November 2007

GameSpot editor “leaves”

We’re not one to talk about other sites, but there’s something strange going on over at GameSpot. The US reviews editor, Jeff Gerstmann, has left, apparently due to an argument surrounding his review of Kane & Lynch. There are all sorts of...
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Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune

Some games catch you completely unawares, and Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune is one of those games. When I initially heard about it at some games show or another, I was ready to write it off as “some game that looks a bit like...
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Mother puss bucket

The guys at NGamer – which comes with a handy Jam Sessions DS case this month – have been treated to an exclusive look at the Wii and DS versions of Ghostbusters: The Videogame. I wish Vivendi weren’t calling it that; just...
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Vagina Squez

It would appear that Activision’s Spanish for Everyone really isn’t a game for everyone, featuring a highly dubious plot containing hidden sexual overtones. Furthermore, the “exceedingly racial stereotypes” have prompted a few complaints, causing copies to be returned to US stores. Ten...
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WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2008

At my college there was a large contingent of special needs students. Among the “needies” we had ‘Lurch’, a boy who was about seven feet tall and appeared to have his elbows glued to his body, ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’, a...
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Thneed for Speed

Bad news for EA, as unlike its two immediate predecessors, Need for Speed: Pro Street doesn’t debut at #1. It is #2, but then it’s supposed to be a bit poo, so that seems entirely appropriate – if needlessly childish. It could...
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SWAT: Target Liberty

An abundance of obscure Japanese RPGs aside, the PSP hasn’t exactly had the best of the best when it comes to software this year. Exclusive titles have been few and far between, and even when they do appear they often fail both...
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