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Final Fantasy XII (Square Enix) (PlayStation 2 (US Version))
The future is here... Final Fantasy XII is the apex of adventuring; gaming doesn't get any better than this.
The Sopranos: Road To Respect (THQ) (PlayStation 2 (US Version))
Dull, short, unambitious and misguided, Road To Respect has all the appeal of Big Pussy's body - after it got riddled with bullets.
Rayman Raving Rabbids (Ubisoft) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Definitely deserves a rental, but any gamer who can afford £40 on a repeating loop of mini-games is an extravagant one.
World Snooker Championship 2007 (Sega) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Soothing but strategic; dull but addictive; new, but at the same time a bit old. This is probably as good as computer snooker can get.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (Bandai Namco) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
There are new modes and a better camera, but the developer seems to have accidentally flicked the switch to Extreme difficulty.
Okami (Capcom) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A true epic. It's a dog-eat-dog world in the games industry, and Okami buries the opposition like a load of old bones.
Star Trek: Encounters (Ubisoft) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Ask yourself what sort of game makes you follow vapour trails for half an hour. One that hates you, that's what sort.
Playwize Poker And Casino (505 Game Street) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Comprehensive in terms of games but not well presented or that much fun. You'd be better off taking the £20 this costs and putting it on a horse.
PDC World Championship Darts (Oxygen Games) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
A decent game of darts - just not as decent as the one you'd get down the pub with real people and a frothing pint of bitter.
Teen Titans (THQ) (PlayStation 2 (US Version))
Bland, repetitive brawling that lacks both panache and depth. A decent cartoon feel isn't nearly enough to redeem this hollow, tedious experience.
Spongebob Squarepants: Creature From The Krusty Krab (THQ) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
Hardly inspiring, but Spongebob and friends are still starring in a highly capable game that should satisfy younger players.
Crazy Frog Racer 2 (Neko Entertainment) (PlayStation 2 (EU Version))
This is every bit as stinking as you would expect. Imagine playing a game designed by someone who really, really hates you.
Rainbow Six Vegas (Ubisoft) (PlayStation Portable)
Over-complicated and visually lacklustre - this is a disappointing outing for Rainbow Six. Stick with Medal Of Honor: Heroes.
Pro Evolution Soccer 6 (Konami) (PlayStation Portable)
The flaws have been fixed and it's now bursting with the quality you'd expect, but it's still just a trimmed version of the PS2 game.
Prince Of Persia: Rival Swords (Ubisoft) (PlayStation Portable)
At times sublime, but sadly it's the frantic and frustrating Dark Prince sections that linger longest in the memory.
WWE Smackdown Vs. Raw 2007 () (PlayStation Portable)
Deep single-player options and suitably frantic multiplayer combine to make this a joyful and long-lasting handheld bash-up.
Dungeon Siege: Throne Of Agony () (PlayStation Portable)
Less complicated than Untold Legends but equally stuffed with things to kill... and you can talk to a chicken. Sold!
Justice League Heroes (Warner Bros.) (PlayStation Portable)
Limited in terms of gameplay, but it's got an undeniable appeal and is often great fun - who wouldn't enjoy kicking ass as Superman and Batman working in unison?
Bliss Island (Codemasters) (PlayStation Portable)
A shoddy bunch of the kind of mini-games you could find for free as internet Flash games. Meant for kids, but we don't recommend a trip to Bliss Island to anyone.
Brothers In Arms: D-Day (Ubisoft) (PlayStation Portable)
A solid attempt to bring the gritty realism of war to handheld, but shooter-nuts are better off sticking with Medal Of Honor Heroes.
Mind Quiz (Ubisoft) (PlayStation Portable)
This package is educational and enjoyable, and will last you for months. It's just a shame that the tests are so samey.
Eragon (Sierra) (PlayStation Portable)
It might be pretty and sometimes even pleasantly playable but that hides plenty of frustration and fiddly airborne combat. Less fiery dragon, more a damp squib.
TOCA Race Driver 3 Challenge (Codemasters) (PlayStation Portable)
Quality, depth and sobriety - everything you'd expect from a TOCA Race Driver title, but it might be too tough for many gamers.
Star Trek: Tactical Assault (Ubisoft) (PlayStation Portable)
There's little to keep you engaged besides the novelty of playing as a Klingon. It's not as bad as most Trek titles, but Tactical Assault fails to boldly go where no game has gone before.
Hot Pixel (Atarisoft) (PlayStation Portable)
A gaming curio, but far too shallow and frustrating for the asking price.
Prostroke Golf 2007 (Oxygen Games) (PlayStation Portable)
A solid, respectable golf game that should keep pros and amateurs happily stroking in public for hours.
Spinout (Ghostlight) (PlayStation Portable)
I suppose, considering Icon made International Pool as well as Spinout, that we should be thankful the balls don't just randomly fly off the table in that one too!
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