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Devil May Cry (Capcom) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Amazing, awesome and atypical. The vision and hard work of Shinji Mikami and team has culminated in another AAA title for the PS2.
Half-Life (Sierra) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
You probably won't ever play a better single player first-person shooter than Half-Life. Consider it your duty to buy and play this game to death.
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath Of Cortex (Konami) (PlayStation 2 (US Version))
Fantastic to look at, but not enough innovation in the gameplay.
World Rally Championship 2001 (Evolution Studios) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
An amazingly immersive driving simulation... but you don't have to be a petrolhead to enjoy it. An essential purchase.
Pro Evolution Soccer (Konami) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Realistic, fun and utterly addictive, this is the new benchmark in videogame football. Up there with GT3 as the best reason to own a PS2.
NHL 2002 (Electronic Arts) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
The definitive ice hockey videogame. Hugely playable with fantastic graphics and a cool collection of extras make it a must-buy for NHL addicts.
Lotus Challenge (Virgin Interactive) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
On first glance, this certainly looks like a driving game, but closer inspection reveals there's little in the way of fun gameplay, and a total lack of racing action.
Soul Reaver 2 (Eidos) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Not a radical departure from its predecessors: dark, deep and enjoyable.
Airblade (Criterion) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
AirBlade's intricate environments and sublime handling make so-called 'extreme sports' look like a walk in the park. It's everything you wanted hoverboarding to be.
Stunt GP (Team 17) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Thankfully, there are plenty of far more accomplished alternatives to this racing game. A waste of anyone's time or money.
Silent Scope 2 (Konami) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Still an enjoyable arcade experience despite looking a little dated.
Supercar Street Challenge (Activision) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Little more than a turgid exercise in following the rules. If you're looking for a totally average experience, this game will dutifully provide.
FIFA 2002 (Electronic Arts) (PlayStation 2 (US Version))
EA has blown away the major cobwebs, but the stubborn grime remains. Despite commendable gameplay innovations, Pro Evolution Soccer is still an easy winner.
Arctic Thunder (Midway) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Don't let the crude visuals put you off. This is archetypal Midway arcade racing - fast, fearless and furious.
NYR: New York Racer (Wanadoo) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Smooth and frantic enough, but it has a severe lack of atmosphere.
18 Wheeler (Sega) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Big, brash, colourful and very, very heavy, but without enough substance to please all but dedicated haulage fans.
NHL Hitz 2002 (Midway) (PlayStation 2 (US Version))
Lacks enough depth to secure a high score. Buy NHL 2002 instead.
Test Drive: Offroad Wide Open (Infogrames) (PlayStation 2 (US Version))
It's a racing game that's quite unlike any other racing game on the PS2. Except for Smuggler's Run.
Global Touring Challenge: Africa (Xplosiv) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
An otherwise unspectacular racer is lifted by clever use of interesting locations.
Splashdown (Atarisoft) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Splashdown does what it set out to do graphically, but has neglected to include similarly impressive gameplay.
DNA (Hudson) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
You'll need to wear a hat for all the head-scratching, but for those who persist it can be rewarding.
Top Gun: Combat Zones (Titus) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A flight sim that appears to have been designed by people who've never flown a plane. Now, how much for that 'Breakfast Club' licence?
Penny Racers (Takara) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A half-baked, underfed and weedy racer, with a few good tracks.
Batman Vengeance (Ubisoft) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Despite the cool superhero setting, this is an all-too-typical conversion. A moodier edge and less mollycoddling could have made it a winner.
The Mummy Returns (Universal Interactive) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Want high adventure? Get Devil May Cry. Want by-the-numbers puzzling? Stick with the Tomb Raider collection.
The Weakest Link (Activision) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
There's more enjoyment in playing along with the TV programme than playing this.
Robot Wars (BBC Multimedia) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
We already have enough mech games thank you very much.
Lego Racers 2 (Lego) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
It's Lego! Build cars and characters! Then race them! And that's it!
The extra control gives fresh legs to this old pro. Worth picking up again.
One Piece Mansion (Capcom) (PlayStation (EU Version))
Not the perfect puzzle game, but still a lot of fun. As with many Japanese oddities, it deserves more attention than it'll get.
Rocket Power Team Rocket Rescue (THQ) (PlayStation (US Version))
Absolute rubbish. Fire a rocket up its ass and send it straight back whence it came.
SpongeBob Super Sponge (THQ) (PlayStation (US Version))
A solid platformer with few aspirations, but still a bit rough around the edges. You're unlikely to play it more than a few times.
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