• Lost Planet 2

    Lost Planet 2 fails to deliver a comprehensible narrative to make sense of the conflict

  • Trauma Team

    Trauma Team is a fancier version of the classic board game Operation married to an anime soap opera

  • Alan Wake

    Alan Wake has gorgeous environments, and an inventive "light versus dark" battle mechanic

  • Nier

    Nier is an average game at best, which is why it's so strange that I fell in love with it.

  • Dead or Alive: Paradise

    Paradise has taken a lot of flak from the gaming press for its exploitative sexual nature and lack of quality gameplay

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    If you're the market for some mindless entertainment, you could do a whole lot worse than Dead to Rights: Retribution

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    Super Street Fighter IV is just more of a good thing and fans of the original have plenty of reasons to invest in it

  • Rugby League 3

    Rugby League 3 is a much better game than both of its predecessors but still suffers from poor controls, outdated playing rosters and erratic game play.

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    Like 5Th Cell's innovative DS title, Scribblenauts, Max and the Magic Marker's core gameplay is focused on an open-ended world where challenges can be solved through countless creative solutions.

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  • Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon

    Post-apocalyptic worlds are all the rage these days

  • WarioWare D.I.Y.

    Aside from dozens and dozens of ready-made single player games, there's plenty of music and artwork to mess around with

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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