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Medal Of Honor: Rising Sun (Electronic Arts) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
From the attack on Pearl Harbor to the jungles of the South Sea islands, Rising Sun is a must-play.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds (Sierra) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
It plays like an interactive episode of the vamp-tastic TV series. Essential for fans, but not quite in Resi's class.
Jak II: Renegade (Naughty Dog) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
The rarest of videogame animals - an epic treat with quality that soars throughout. You need this game.
Bomberman Kart (Hudson) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
The only kart this game conjures up is one that's driven by men in orange overalls and filled with rubbish.
Hunter: The Reckoning Wayward (Danger High Voltage) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A satisfying blend of hack-and-massacre gameplay and decaying minions. Not perfect, but gratifying.
Finding Nemo (THQ) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A cracking story and oh-so-cute characters, but the wet wanderings are far too simplistic for our liking.
The King Of Route 66 (Sega) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Wears its arcade origins with pride but the lack of a chunky cabinet leaves limited appeal.
Breath Of Fire: Dragon Quarter (Capcom) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A respectable outing for the veteran series, but there are far superior examples of the genre on offer.
Freaky Flyers (Midway) (PlayStation 2 (US Version))
The mini-games are cool, but it's not quite enough to justify such a big chunk of your hard-earned cash.
Hardware: Online Area ()
One idea, but a good one. Its success rests firmly in the online arena. See you on the battlefield.
Chess Challenger (Play-It) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Despite a lack of thrills and presentation, Chess Challenger manages to be cheap and rather cheerful to boot.
Motorsiege: Warriors Of Prime Time (Play-It) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A pleasant surprise. Original it ain't, but there's plenty to like and at a tenner this is virtually a risk-free deal.
Everquest Online Adventures (Sony) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
EverQuest offers perhaps the purest role-playing opportunity in gamedom - so what's not to like?
Reel Fishing III (Natsume) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Of course it's not a patch on the 'reel' thing, but Reel Fishing III does land praise for its detail and gentle atmosphere.
My Street (Sony) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A larger scale to the online activity and more mini-games would have helped to raise this above the bar.
Club Football (Codemasters) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Lacks some depth in gameplay but still a must-buy for non PES-loving fans of the teams involved.
Rugby 2004 (Electronic Arts) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Sloppy work from the masters of presentation, and as hollow as an over-inflated ball.
AtTheRaces Presents Gallop Racer 2003 (Zoo Digital Publishing) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Simply too dull. Even the most dedicated horse-heads will have trouble staying in the saddle for long.
Cool Shot (Phoenix Games) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
There aren't any other pool games for £9 on the PS2. But that's no reason to buy this.
Home Run (Phoenix Games) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
An awful baseball sim. Even rich people with lots of £8.99's to burn shouldn't buy this.
Road Rage 3 (Atlus) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Seriously low rent 'racing'. It's bloody cheap, but in more ways than one.
Alter Echo (THQ) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
However pioneering certain aspects are, the good work is lost in a distortion of crass visuals and sheer linearity.
Wallace And Gromit In Project Zoo (Bam Entertainment) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
This won't win any awards, but bigger games should take note of the simple, effective characterisation.
Yu-Gi-Uh! The Duelists Of The Roses (Konami) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A worthy addition to the world of Yu-Gi-Oh! and a must for fans of card games. We personally prefer Top Trumps.
AFL Live 2004 (Acclaim) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
It's niche for sure but it's a fair dinkum adaptation of this Antipodean oddity.
Bionicle (Electronic Arts) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Bionicle fans may get a kick out of this, but they, and us, deserve a tighter platformer.
Boxing Champions (Midas) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
It's not Rocky or Knockout Kings but as a budget bruiser it's worth a punt.
Bust-A-Bloc (Midas) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Basically a tarted-up Super Breakout clone that goes in to bat with some aplomb.
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