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  • Sprung

    On: Nintendo DS

    A dating sim comes to Europe, with added touching.

  • Asphalt Urban GT

    On: Nintendo DS

    High octane racing action.

  • Rayman DS

    On: Nintendo DS

    Rayman makes his way to Nintendo's newest gaming handheld.

  • Advent Shadow

    On: PSP

    Advent Shadow chronicles the gripping story of Marin Steel, a mercenary pilot thrust into a saga of intergalactic proportions.

  • Conker: Live and Reloaded

    On: Xbox

    A remake of the N64 classic featuring a brand new online play and a visually stunning singple player experience.

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  • The Sims 2 University

    On: PC

    Take your sims through college in the first expansion pack to EA's Sims 2

  • Metal Slug 3

    On: Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, Xbox

    Metal Slug 3, the 4th instalment in the Metal Slug series, takes shooter enthusiasts to all new heights.

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  • FIFA Football 2005

    On: PC, PlayStation 2, Xbox, PSP, Gameboy Advance, GameCube

    EA's 2005 instalment in the long running FIFA franchise.

  • Killzone

    On: PlayStation 2

    The evil Helghast want total domination and an end to the human race. Guerrilla's much anticipated FPS is exclusive to the Playstation 2.

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  • MotoGP4

    On: PlayStation 2

    With updated teams and riders, new circuits and a range of new modes, advances have been made across every area of the game. MotoGP4 will include online play for the first time to add to the series' established single player and head-to-head racing modes.

  • The Getaway: Black Monday

    On: PlayStation 2

    Team Soho's vision of London continues in this cops and robbers sequel

  • Viewtiful Joe 2

    On: PlayStation 2, GameCube

    Kinetic, b-movie style beat 'em up from Capcom

  • Eyetoy: Kinetic

    On: PlayStation 2

    A joint venture between Nike and Sony, the new Eyetoy game will involve muchos muchos exercising.

  • Legend of Kay

    On: PlayStation 2

    Legend of Kay casts players as an adventurous, youthful cat who is studying the ways of the ninja.

  • Archer MacLean's Mercury

    On: PSP

    Mercury provides an addicting challenge through its simple gaming mechanic, which merely requires players to 'tilt' each level in order to manoeuvre the blobs of mercury, with various switches, platforms, obstacles and hazards standing between l

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  • Tekken 5

    On: PlayStation 2

    More Namco arcade fighter action

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  • Tribes: Vengeance

    On: PC

    The next gen sequel to a multiplayer classic returns.

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  • Joint Operations: Typhoon Rising

    On: PC

    Novalogic prove that the only thing more fun than shooting someone in the face is shooting one hundred people in the face, with their Massively Multiplayer Online Shooter.

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  • Crash Bandicoot: Twinsanity

    On: PlayStation 2, Xbox

    Crash Bandicoot returns to PS2, only this time he'll have to team up with arch-nemesis Dr Cortex to defeat a common enemy.

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  • IGI 2: Covert Strike

    On: PC

    Firepower, stealth and tactical genius are your allies as David Jones, the ex-SAS one man army, returns to eradicate terrorism from the face of the planet in a stealth-based FPS from Innerloop and Codemasters. Now on the £9.99 M.A.D label.

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  • UFO: Aftershock

    On: PC

    Following on from where the original UFO: Aftermath left off, this sequel promises to expand on the original's RPG and management aspects.