Monthly Archives: March 2008

It warped my fragile little brain

The Video Appeals Committee today announced that the result of their reconsideration of the Manhunt 2 appeal remains that the appeal against the rejection of the work by the BBFC is upheld. It’s a very convoluted sentence, but one that means just...
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The original Mario Kart

Does the world need another Wacky Races game? Eidos must think so, having announced Wacky Races: Crash & Dash on Wii and DS earlier this week. It’s the third Wacky Races game in recent memory. In fact, Blast Entertainment shoved one out...
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Drop it like it’s hot

It’s a busy week for releases, with the multiformat allegedly above average Spiderwick Chronicles being our tip for the top. Well, it’s bound to make it into the top ten at least. There’s also Turning Point: Fall of Liberty on 360 and...
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A public service announcement

For the handful of people who might be interested in such a thing, our forum is back online now. We did briefly remove the forum and hope the comments section would take its place, but we didn’t count on the spambots posting...
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Stop buying Game Party!

Seriously, it’s rubbish – Eurogamer gave it lowly 1/10 last week. But there it sits at #7 in the chart. There’s a new #1 though – EA’s Army of Two, which is a bit of a surprise seeing as it hasn’t had...
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Unleash your willy

Yes, that’s a childish headline but what you going to do? Nothing, that’s what. Or maybe let out a schoolboy-like laugh. It’s only the Wii and PSP receiving Destroy All Humans 3: Big Willy Unleashed this week though – the PlayStation 2...
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Motion lotion

There’s no new number #1, with Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games staying on top for a sixth week in a row, but there are three new entries in the top ten. Lost: The Videogame goes in at #3, Frontlines: Fuel...
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