Monthly Archives: November 2007

Kane & Lynch: Dead Men

They’re an odd couple, Kane and Lynch. One’s a “flawed mercenary”, though perhaps better described as a brutal killer, and the other’s a paranoid schizophrenic, although perhaps better described as a foul mouthed paranoid schizophrenic mass murderer. We get the impression Eidos...
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Unbiased opinion at its best

I’ve written about my love of Super Mario 64 – the best game ever, FACT – many times. But I’m definitely not assuming that Super Mario Galaxy isn’t as good without giving it a chance. So to prove it, after playing Super...
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Pros and cons

Alarm bells were ringing when the Official PlayStation 2 Magazine gave Need for Speed Pro Street an incredibly negative write-up, and it turns out they were right – US reviews have been less than great. It’s still tipped to be Christmas number...
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Money for old pixels

Sega have had a rummage through their back catalogue and have decided to dust off a couple of old classics. House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return is set to follow in the footsteps of Ghost Squad on Wii, in that...
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The creed and the colour

As the ever clever Matt predicted, Super Mario Galaxy hasn’t had an easy first week. It enters at only #5 in the multiformat chart – and splitting multiformat games into their individual versions, it’s still only at #3. Assassin’s Creed takes the...
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This man has no dick

Game Informer has been given the world exclusive look at Vivendi’s previously secret Ghostbusters game. Earlier on in the year Zootfly were showing off an unofficial demo – rumour has it they compiled it to put to publishers, in the hope that...
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Endless Ocean

Nintendo are good at spotting potential in a game. Take Chibi-Robo: Bandai were originally at the helm, and it was shaping up to be a bit of a mess, with crude-looking, predominantly brown environments. In stepped Nintendo, who gave it a bigger...
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