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Yakuza (Sega) (PlayStation 2 (US Version))
An absorbing role-playing adventure with plenty to keep you busy.
Gametrak Real World Golf 2007 (Gametrak) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
You'll still look like a prat playing it, but more courses and superior putting make this an interesting alternative to Tiger Woods.
Let's Make A Soccer Team! (Sega) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A cute idea for a management sim that contains stacks of accidental humour, but is let down by a colossal mess of a match engine.
Cars (THQ) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Squarely aimed at young gamers, but Cars provides more fun than most kids titles - this is a welcome step in the right direction.
SingStar Anthems (London Studio) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Kinks in the scoring are starting to grate and the track listing isn't for everyone, but it's still after-pub gaming at its very best.
Prostroke Golf: World Tour 2007 (Oxygen Games) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A decent attempt to snaffle the crown away from King Woods, Prostroke Golf is let down by its lack of rewards and features.
Panzer Elite Action: Fields Of Glory (JoWood) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Deeply average graphics and frustrating controls crush Panzer Elite's chances for glory surer than a 30-tonne tank.
Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Legend Of Jack Sparrow (Ubisoft) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A lightweight grog and cutlass battler that only just scrapes average thanks to Depp's turn as Sparrow. Prince Of Persia does the swashbuckling action so much better.
The Ant Bully (Midway) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
All too familiar platforming action spoiled further by oversimplified, unpredictable controls and utterly dreary objectives.
Quest For Sleeping Beauty (Liquid Games) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
What could have been a bit of a laugh for pint-sized gamers is reduced to a frustrating pain by a hatefully obstructive camera.
Swords Of Destiny (Rising Star Games) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Action-packed Castlevania crib that isn't terrible, but is burdened by being overly predictable and unchallenging from the outset.
Classic British Motor Racing (Data Design Interactive) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Rarely has the word 'classic' been quite so abused. Shoddy AI, uninspiring cars and brittle handling. Boo.
London Taxi: Rush Hour (Metro 3D) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
This Crazy Taxi homage is rank, and not worth £2 let alone £20. Find alternative means of transport to gaming pleasure.
21 Card Games (Phoenix Games) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Easily the lowest ebb of the card-game boom, this horrifying mess is the most joy-sapping thing we've ever slotted into a PS2.
Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection (Sony) (PlayStation Portable)
This will feel fresh and immediate even to those whose Tekken-love was waning. It's engaging, exceptional and essential.
Gitaroo Man Lives! (Koei) (PlayStation Portable)
A glorious soundtrack and a fresh approach to the rhythm action genre makes this a winner - it's bloody hard, mind.
Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (Buena Vista Games) (PlayStation Portable)
Predictable and repetitive adventuring that's rescued by an engaging lead character and excellent mini-games.
Carol Vorderman's Sudoku (Xplosiv) (PlayStation Portable)
Rejecting flashy production in favour of appropriate use of the hardware's tech, Carol's Sudoku is a strong PSP showing for the craze.
Gangs Of London (Sony) (PlayStation Portable)
A strong idea let down by poor controls and lack of originality. The mini-games go some way to repairing the damage, though.
Formula 1 06 (Sony) (PlayStation Portable)
F1 on PSP works a treat, and there's a rich vein of challenging racing on offer. The option to race against PS2 players is a particularly nice touch.
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