The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction is almost exactly as you'd hope a game based on the Incredible Hulk would be. Being the Hulk should be fun and the game delivers it in spades.
Novalogic has tried to create a game that will work on both the Xbox and the PlayStation 2, rather than churning out the same game across the board, but unfortunately neither game is worth a purchase.
If you haven't liked any previous games in the series then you won't think much of Ridge Racer, but anyone else should put this at the top of their list come September 1st.
A very solid, original idea for a puzzler and, for the most part, is an excellent game. Unfortunately the good ideas are let down by an overly steep difficulty curve that will alienate many.
The extreme difficulty of the career mode tarnishes an otherwise great game. With that game mode lacking mainstream appeal, only hardcore rally fans will be able to enjoy all the game has to offer.
Puzzlers are not for everyone, but I strongly recommend you give Lumines a try. Quite simply it's not just the best puzzler on the PSP, but one of the best puzzlers of all time.
Racing games aren't exactly in short supply at the launch of the PSP, so a game has to have something special to stand out in a packed crowd - Wipeout Pure has that something.
It's essentially a port of a game that first appeared in 2004, but anyone new to the game will find a lot to enjoy here and fans might want to check it out for the new content that has been added.
There are a few problems that prevent it from being a true classic, but it still ranks among the best launch titles for the PSP. So, like Tim Henman, not the best in the world, but pretty damn good.
Untold Legends proves that hack 'n' slash RPGs can work well on a handheld and it does a lot of things right, though it does feel slightly unfinished and rough around the edges.