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Moto GP (namco) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Halfway to a racing game classic. A few more tracks and a little more originality in the gameplay would have made it much more appealing.
Theme Park World (Electronic Arts) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A very enjoyable and charming game which has a lightness of touch that will appeal to those usually put off by plodding business sims.
F1 Championship Season 2000 (Electronic Arts) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Its easy nature will undoubtedly please the crowds but, ironically, not necessarily, the hardcore racing fan that would feel inclined to acquire yet another F1 title.
Street Fighter EX3 (Capcom) (PlayStation 2 (US Version))
A decent fighting game but doesn't give Tekken Tag Tournament enough to worry about. Great for fans, not a big enough progression for the neutrals.
Disney's Dinosaur (Ubisoft) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Like the movie, Dinosaur is a vacuous trip through prehistoric times that completely fails to entertain. Don't inflict this on any child!
Gungriffon Blaze (Game Arts) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Piloting a technological wonder that makes the Terminator look like C-3PO is bound to hold a visceral appeal, which Gun Griffon Blaze captures with considerable flair.
Slipheed: The Lost Planet (Game Arts) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Polygon-for-pixel translation of an Eighties shooter, with shocking slow-down and lacking a single original idea. Avoid.
Dragon's Lair ()
Seventeen-year-old technology crammed onto a DVD disc - and it bloody well shows.
Dragon's Lair II: Timewarp ()
Pull some fingernails out in a random manner and you will have some idea of how this game plays.
Hologram Time Traveller (Digital Leisure) (PlayStation 2 (US Version))
Give the money to charity instead. It's far more rewarding, and you'll feel much better about yourself.
Final Fantasy IX (Square) (PlayStation (EU Version))
A real high to end on. It's not for everyone but all will gasp in awe at Square's continued technical brilliance.
Ready 2 Rumble 2 (Midway) (PlayStation (EU Version))
Will have you in stitches for the first two hours, barely amuse for five, and totally turn you off after a few days.
007 Racing (Electronic Arts) (PlayStation (EU Version))
The game is a crude and messy scrapheap, the handling is appalling. Even the super-slow, two-player mode can't save this licence to kill.
FIFA 2001 (Electronic Arts) (PlayStation (EU Version))
The true essence of football hasn't been harnessed. Come on, FIFA, bite the bullet and copy ISS - a winning formula that outclasses this offering.
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