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9/10
     Warhawk
(Playstation 3)
     "If you've got a PS3 and an online connection, it'd be silly to miss out." [Review]       Manny Brown  
  
5/10
     Pokemon Battle Revolution
(Wii)
     "The only truly great thing about this game is the graphical quality, but that won’t matter much when you’re bored out of your mind." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
4/10
     Code Lyoko
(Nintendo DS)
     "The dual genre concept is not developed enough both ways; it steals some inspired gameplay styles, but fails to meet the standards that have been set by the more specialised games." [Review]         
  
8/10
     Custom Robo Arena
(Nintendo DS)
     "Custom Robo Arena is a wonderful game, yet it lacks the kind of attention that other DS titles enjoy." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
7/10
     F.E.A.R.
(Playstation 3)
     "If your expectations are reasonable and you don't mind playing an essentially last-generation game under a new badge, you may well find an experience here that can make the expenditure worthwhile." [Review]       Manny Brown  
  
4/10
     Painkiller: Hell Wars
(Xbox)
     "Painkiller: Hell Wars bothers me. It bothers me because it’s not a good game." [Review]       Matt Wadleigh  
  
7/10
     Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
(PlayStation 2)
     "PS2 owners and Grand Theft Auto enthusiasts have come to expect more from their favorite series." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
6/10
     Battalion Wars
(Game Cube)
     "The AI is laughable, the controls are aggravating, and everything else just seems off." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
8/10
     New Super Mario Bros.
(Nintendo DS)
     "It’s got some lively gameplay, tons of different paths to explore, a decent multiplayer, and more mini-games than you should probably shake a stick at." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
7/10
     NHL 2K6
(PlayStation 2)
     "If you’re an ice hockey enthusiast, or if you enjoy the 2K series of games, you’ll no doubt be satisfied with NHL 2K6." [Review]       Colin Cooper  
  
6/10
     Guilty Gear Isuka
(PlayStation 2)
     "Guilty Gear Isuka is a failed attempt at improving an already solid gaming series." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
10/10
     Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter
(Xbox 360)
     "Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter is stunning, exciting, fun and exhilarating to play..." [Review]       James Frazer  
  
10/10
     The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
(Xbox 360)
     "Just buy Oblivion and savor the moment, because next-next-gen gaming just got oh-so great." [Review]       James Frazer  
  
8/10
     Driver: Parallel Lines
(PlayStation 2)
     "This game is a couple of years too late..." [Review]       Jim Smith  
  
8/10
     RF Online
(PC Games)
     "RF Online is a stable and an entertaining game once you progress through the earlier portions..." [Review]       Matt Wadleigh  
  
6/10
     Chaos Field
(Game Cube)
     "Chaos Field fails to impress on all levels." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
9/10
     Full Auto
(Xbox 360)
     "Full Auto certainly looks the part, with decent explosions, awesome wreckage and gloriously detailed environments." [Review]       James Frazer  
  
9/10
     Project Gotham Racing 3
(Xbox 360)
     "Good god, Project Gotham Racing 3 is stunningly sexy." [Review]       James Frazer  
  
9/10
     Resident Evil 4
(Game Cube)
     "Above all else, Resident Evil 4 is just plain fun." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
7/10
     Killer 7
(Game Cube)
     "Killer7 isn’t necessarily a bad game, it just feels like an incomplete work that got too much artistic style and far too little gaming substance." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
8/10
     Bust-a-Move DS
(Nintendo DS)
     "This game is downright addictive; the vast multitude of puzzles will suck hours away from whatever used to be your free time." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
7/10
     Puyo Pop Fever
(Nintendo DS)
     "Puyo Pop Fever’s gameplay is still addictive and rewardingly challenging, but it just wasn’t the same for me this time around." [Review]       Matt Wadleigh  
  
9/10
     Top Spin
(PlayStation 2)
     "Made from the same people that gave us the rather loveable Links 2004, this really is a game, let alone a tennis game, that you shouldn’t be without." [Review]       James Frazer  
  
8/10
     Boktai 2: Solar Boy Django
(Game Boy Advance)
     "Even if it doesn’t satisfy your RPG, stealth, or adventure fixes, it’ll let you get some fresh air." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
4/10
     Peter Jackson's King Kong The Official Game Of The Movie
(Xbox 360)
     "I beat Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie that was a Remake of the Original Movie, then promptly returned it." [Review]       Matt Wadleigh  
  
9/10
     Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones
(PlayStation 2)
     "Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones is a great game that does the series justice, and is a fitting conclusion to a remarkable trilogy." [Review]       Colin Cooper  
  
8/10
     Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
(Nintendo DS)
     "Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time gives us a fresh spin on the tried and true concept of a Mario Bros. RPG." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
6/10
     SBK: Snowboard Kids
(Nintendo DS)
     "We can only hope that the next Snowboard Kids game learns from its predecessor’s shortcomings." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
8/10
     Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
(Nintendo DS)
     "Your adventure through Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney will leave you laughing, even if it isn’t an action-packed adventure full of bullets and carnage." [Review]       Matt Wadleigh  
  
10/10
     Mario Kart DS
(Nintendo DS)
     "Super Mario Kart is still the best Mario Kart ever, but Mario Kart DS is remarkably close to edging past the original in almost every way." [Review]       Josh Kramer  
  
8/10
     Ico
(PlayStation 2)
     "Despite the disappointingly short adventure, Ico is without a doubt one of the more intriguing games around." [Review]       Anthony Karge  
  
5/10
     Musashi: Samurai Legend
(PlayStation 2)
     "While it is certainly pretty, Musashi is a major disappointment in most areas and never really feels like it’s gotten off the ground." [Review]       Max Hodges  
  
7/10
     Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance
(Game Boy Advance)
     "Harmony of Dissonance falters where others have persevered, the weak link in the trio that make up the Castlevania GBA series." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
10/10
     Animal Crossing: Wild World
(Nintendo DS)
     "Animal Crossing: Wild World is not merely a handheld version of an excellent console game, but an improvement as well." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
7/10
     Perfect Dark Zero
(Xbox 360)
     "[Perfect Dark Zero] suffers from a sluggish feel that it just can’t shake..." [Review]       Matt Wadleigh  
  
5/10
     The Matrix: Path of Neo
(Xbox)
     "Although Path of Neo is an improvement from Enter the Matrix, it should have been much better than it turned out." [Review]       Anthony Karge  
  
8/10
     Boktai: The Sun Is In Your Hand
(Game Boy Advance)
     "For a first attempt at a new series, Konami did pretty well." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
8/10
     Condemned: Criminal Origins
(Xbox 360)
     "Once I bought it, I couldn’t put it down." [Review]       Matt Wadleigh  
  
5/10
     Vietcong 2
(PC Games)
     "A very average shooter." [Review]       Matt Wadleigh  
  
8/10
     True Crime: New York City
(PlayStation 2)
     "True Crime: New York City may be considered a Grand Theft Auto knockoff, but it does a lot of things better than its rival." [Review]       Anthony Karge  
  
7/10
     Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot Rumble
(Game Cube)
     "Fans might be taken aback by Red Hot Rumble’s departure from the tried and true Viewtiful gaming formula." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
9/10
     Blitz: The League
(Xbox)
     "Don’t let the lack of an NFL license fool you--Blitz: The League is a true player." [Review]       Matt Wadleigh  
  
8/10
     The Movies
(PC Games)
     "There are enough unique touches so it never feels stale or derivative, even though parts of it may seem familiar to some gamers." [Review]       Anthony Karge  
  
7/10
     Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth
(Xbox)
     "It’s impossible not to admire how frightening and intense this game can be." [Review]       Anthony Karge  
  
10/10
     F-Zero GX
(Game Cube)
     "F-Zero GX rocks." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
8/10
     Call of Duty 2
(PC Games)
     "I find it hard to swallow a sequel that does little in terms of improving the core gameplay, is still too short, and costs fifty dollars." [Review]       Matt Wadleigh  
  
9/10
     The Operative: No One Lives Forever
(PC Games)
     "No One Lives Forever may have its share of problems, but you’ll excuse nearly every one of them because the game is just so original." [Review]       Matt Wadleigh  
  
7/10
     Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
(Game Cube)
     "We’re all still waiting for that 'Flawless Victory' of a fighting game." [Review]       Justin Boot  
  
10/10
     Civilization IV
(PC Games)
     "Pick [Civilization IV] up as soon as you have the cash for it--you won’t be disappointed." [Review]       Matt Wadleigh  
  
6/10
     Evolution Skateboarding
(Game Cube)
     "It isn’t necessarily a horrible game." [Review]       Justin Boot  

  
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