Monthly Archives: January 2008

Soccer it to me

This week won’t go down in history as a good one for new releases, with only a trio of titles out – Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom and NFL Tour on Xbox 360 and Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 on DS. Pity...
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Glasses Glasses

With 17 million copies of Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training sold across the globe, you’d think that the titular professor would be rolling in it. Not so – in an interview with AFP it was revealed that he politely turned down royalties claiming...
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PSP & PSN news gubbins

Brief and vague summaries are what we’re about, so here’s a quick round-up of the latest PSP news and some of the updates on the PlayStation Store. » PSP firmware 3.90 is out now. The big news is that it includes Skype....
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Quidgybo

Well, well, well. We have a new number #1 – the first this year, in fact – in the form of Burnout Paradise. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games can’t have sold out again, as it’s still in the chart at...
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Guest House Paradiso

It’s been a while since the last Burnout, so it’s good to see that it hasn’t become another fixture of EA’s yearly update rooster. Although there was Burnout Revenge on Xbox 360, this is the first proper next-gen Burnout and reviews have...
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Something has happened!

Nothing has really happened in the games world for ages. While the real world gets the deaths of a great actor and the former president of Pakistan, and the entire world’s financial markets crashing*, the games world has had Street Fighter released...
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No kitty, that’s a bad kitty!

With 8 million copies of Nintendogs sold in Europe alone, it’s a wonder that Nintendo hasn’t milked their puppy pampering sim further than the lame Dalmatian edition. Every other publisher has since cashed in on the DS virtual pet craze – just...
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Momma can I Mow the Lawn to return?

Just as the failed Gizmondo handheld had almost faded from our memories, not one but two Gizmondo-related news stories surfaced today. The history of Gizmondo is a long and corrupt one, but it’s worth reading about it if you’ve got the time...
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