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.
Casual gamers may appreciate the fairly simple game mechanics, but fans of the TV show and experienced gamers will be very disappointed.
If you are lazy, but love golf, then this might be for you. There are problems, but this is your only option on the PlayStation 2.
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.
Six hours of mad Japanese destruction - just don't expect too much.
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.
Die hard fans can rent the game knowing that they'll be able to appreciate the quality of presentation, but everyone else should stay well clear.
So, if you were hoping that Outlaw Volleyball Remixed would be more of the same, you're in luck, as it's nigh on identical in terms of content to the Xbox original.
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.
Previous games in the Outlaw series proved to be entertaining diversions, but Outlaw Tennis fails to be anything more than a slightly childish, rather clumsy tennis game.