Monthly Archives: November 2007

Five Live

Xbox Live is five years old, and to celebrate they’re giving out some free stuff. Good for them. If you’re a current Live subscriber you can download Carcassonne for free, that is if you’re quick enough to snap it up between 12.01am...
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War or raw?

It’s war not raw: Call of Duty 4 is the highest new entry at #1, followed closely by WWE Smackdown Vs Raw 2008 at #2. The Xbox 360 version of Call of Duty 4 becomes the second fastest selling title on the...
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Raaaaaaaaaah!

Play are offering a nifty free Rabbids hand puppet with Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 on Wii. It’s a bit more appealing than the pack of four art cards they’re giving away with Assassin’s Creed, anyway.
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Filled with fat

The infamous Burger King Xbox 360 games may not have made it outside of the US, but the Viva Pinata toys – which made an appearance in the US last month – are now being given away ‘free’ with kids club meals...
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Boogie

Everyone loves the Wii, right? And what could be more fun than singing and dancing? With the possible exception of ridding the world of June Sarpong through an elaborate machine-o-death, nothing. So Boogie – a singing and dancing game for the Wii...
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Drake’s Fortune on PSN Store

If you’ve got an account with the US PlayStation Store (and there’s no reason why you can’t just sign up), then you might want to head over and download the new demo of Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune for the PS3. It’s really very,...
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When men in masks attack

I’m not sure what’s going on with Game’s ‘new release’ section – the only version of Call of Duty 4 they list as available from today is the DS one, while last month they totally forgot about PES 2008. It definitely is...
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