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Cool Boarders

Some people call it a I lifestyle. Others call it I insanity.

Spyro 2 Riptos Rage

Well luckily we didn't need much convincing with the preview of Spyro 2 we recently played.

EverQuest II

Hi. My name is Kenny and I was an EverQuest addict.

The Mark of Kri

What do you get when you combine stunning graphics, infectious gameplay, exquisite game design, and a compelling storyline?

Syphon Filter 3

Gabe Logan is a covert operative belonging to a super secret agency formed to protect the country from any threat that would risk national security.

EverQuest: Dragons of Norrath

Fairy-tales aside, EverQuest is not in the fight to be first in the MMORPG market any longer; now it's fighting to just stay relevant in the midst of all the new titles in the market.

Champions of Norrath

That's the direction Snowblind and Sony Online Entertainment is taking the lucrative franchise...

Wild Arms 3

Well somebody finally made an RPG with a wild-west flavor, and frankly, it was about time.

Lords of EverQuest

But while practically synonymous with MMORPGS, EverQuest is known only as a MMORPG.

Tiny Tank

You're probably wondering why we're reviewing Tiny Tank again.

Contender

It seems like just a few months ago I was commenting to a friend about the lack of boxing games on the PSX.

Blasto

Sony lies prepared us for what they claim will be one of the hottest titles of the year with their new release Blasto or Captain Blasto.

Planetside

I managed to pick up a copy of Planetside, and I'm happy to say that I've had a ripping fun time.

Twisted Metal: Small Brawl

Calypso, the neighborhood bully, has become bored of his regular antics and, after seeing a demolition derby on TV, gets a great idea to have one of his own.

Grandia

In the far eastern corner of the Messina Continent lies the small port town of Parm.

Planetside: Core Combat

Strictly speaking, Core Combat doesn't add much to the Planetside universe.

Treasure Planet

The game, like the movie, is loosely based on the original story by Robert Louis Stevenson, with the notable exception being that it takes place in a distance galaxy.

Jet Moto

Jet Moto has been creating quite a stir around our offices, even among the most jaded racing fans.

Hot Shots Golf 3

Its formula for success was really quite simple: take a cast of wacky trash-talkin characters, place them into a fully realized 3D world of fairways, bunkers, and greens, throw in an excellent game-play engine, shake well, and out comes a golf game..

Turbo Prop Racing

Turbo Prop Racing is the newest addition to the growing motorboat racing genre.

Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade

Now that the PSP is on retail shelves and the game is in my hands, I have to say I am satisfied with the purchase.

Cool Boarders 2

Already being a 3-D polygonal game (for the most part), Cool Boarders has not experienced the extreme facelift the other Sony sports games have.

ATV Offroad Fury 2

When a sequel to a game is made, often they are criticized for not improving the general gameplay.

C-12 Final Resistance

Set in the future as an alien invasion is slowing decimating the population of Earth, it has become apparent that the alien onslaught is more than the current defense force can handle.

Omega Boost

Then it is discovered. Humanity is shocked to find an entity enmeshed in their systems and has moved to destroy it.

Hot Shots Golf FORE!

Golf is the gentleman's game: a sport steeped in refinement and etiquette, a sport of class and prestige, and a sport that's reserved for the elite few' well, unless you're playing Hot Shots Golf FORE! on the PlayStation 2.

Everquest Online Adventures

Everquest has been quite pivotal in the creation of the MMORPG industry.

Kinetica

Have you ever noticed that video games spend a lot of time in the future? From stellar empires fraught with war to utopias where gaming is the be-all and end-all of daily life, video games show us what the future might be like.

EverQuest: Omens Of War

Sometimes, it feels like writing a review for an expansion pack is like recommending to a fish that it should stay in water.