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Game Of Thrones: Season 1  
Adventure PlayStation 4
The Game of Thrones: Season 1 - Season Pass offers the best value for getting all six episodes (Episode 1 Available Now, Episodes 2-6 to be released periodically) in this epic game series set in the world of HBO's groundbreaking TV show. This new story tells of House Forrester, a noble family from the north of Westeros, loyal to the Starks of Winterfell. Caught up in the events surrounding the War of the Five Kings, they are thrown into a maelstrom of bloody warfare, revenge, intrigue, and horror as they fight to survive while the seven kingdoms tear themselves apart. You will take on the role of different members of the Forrester household, and determine their fate through the choices you make. Change the story around you based on your actions and decisions. Video output in Full HD 1080p requires 1080p native display.

System Requirements:Supported Platforms: PlayStation 4         

Gargoyle's Quest  
Action Game Boy 3.9
The friendly Ghoul Realm was invaded by aliens know as the Destroyers ages ago. The Destroyers almost captured the Ghoul Realm except a powerful fire came from the sky and destroyed them. The Realm is threatened again and the secret of the fire must be recovered.

You play Firebrand, a gargoyle who has powerful claws that allow him to cling to walls and other surfaces on a verticle plane. Firebrand can also hover and fly for awhile with his wings. Destroy the enemy characters with your firery breath. The game also contains an adventure type story that is unfolded by interacting with characters from an over-head perspective.

Action & Adventure GameCube 3.0 (4 votes)
The storyline is that whilst investigating Volks Corp, you are captured and submitted to an experiment that separates your soul from your body in order to train you as a Spec Ops - a special spirit operative than can possess world leaders and bend them to the will of the shadowy CEO of Volks Corp. However, during the training process the machinery malfunctions, and you are freed, and thus are able to explore Volks Corp by possessing those humans, animals or objects you find along the way, in order to find out what is happening and find your body and regain it.
In principle it sounds excellent but turns out to be rather too formulaic. You are not free to explore as you will but must progress along a certain route - hence, you can only possess certain things and certain people. If you possess someone and you allow him/her/it to die, then often you have to restart the level as you require that host to complete the stage.
What is quite entertaining is the fact that in order to possess someone, you have to scare them - hence, you spend a lot of time finding the "scare sequences" you need, which you do by possessing objects near to your planned host and making them do weird things - fire extinguishers fire off, mirrors crack, weird displays appear on computer screens, sinks start choking out blood. These can be quite entertaining but the formulaic nature slightly ruins it; it is simply a case of finding the object you need to possess and hitting the button to make it perform the preprepared action.
The first person fighting is rather dull; you spend much of your time possessing soldiers with fairly basic assault rifles. The controls aren't fantastic with none of the realism you get in other games - aiming is simply a case of lining up the crosshairs which will then stay in position and firing off a few rounds. Each host can preform a "special action" but often this is boring or pointless; animal hosts make a noise, some soldiers duck, some special hosts like scientists jump.
Ultimately, the game becomes an attempt to get from one place to the next by following the preprepared route. The puzzles are generally fairly basic and there are plenty of clues for how to solve them. The fighting aspect of the game could have been done better and although possessing is fun, you can only possess certain hosts when really you would like to possess anyone you see.
However, the graphics are pretty good, the sound is good and the storyline is long enough to keep you diverted for a while. It is worth playing, but it isn't going to stick in your mind for long afterwards.

Intresant och skapligt underhållande men som sagt inget man kommer ihåg på det stora hela.

Get Even  
PlayStation 4
In Get Even for PS4 - Black - an ice-cold mercenary and hired gun - awakes in a mysterious old asylum with no memory of his past. Under the guidance of his anonymous captor, 'Red', Black embarks on a form of treatment, facilitated by a unique technology - a headset that allows the user to relive their memories and experience them again in the present. And so Black tries to remember. With the help of the 'Pandora' headset, he travels into the depths of his own mind to explore the truth behind the only thing he can remember: the failed rescue attempt of a teenage girl with a bomb strapped to her chest. Following leads and information gathered by Red, Black begins to piece together the kidnapping plot of the girl he failed to save. Yet the more Black uncovers, the more questions he has. Who's Jasper? Can Red really be trusted? And what is this 'other life' Black keeps seeing glimpses of? Black needs answers before he ends up like his fellow inmates, before he finally loses his mind, and before the Asylum takes him over for good.

The Getaway  
Action PlayStation 2 4
In The Getaway, you're a reformed criminal who's been blackmailed into returning to his old ways -- and he's going to do whatever it takes to stop it!

Ghosts 'N Goblins  
Action NES 3.6
Ghosts 'N Goblins is a sideways scrolling action platformer spread over six levels, each of which must be completed within three minutes (or a life is lost), taking in forest, village, mountain and cavern settings with increasing difficulty.

Arthur the brave knight must rescue his beloved Princess from the Demon King Astaroth and his forces - amongst them are the various undead (ghosts, zombies), bats, ogres and goblins. Other challenges include moving platforms, ladders and water/fire hazards.

The player can walk left and right, jump, and is also equipped with a lance to use as a weapon. Getting hit by enemies causes Arthur to lose his armor and run around in his underpants, getting hit again will cause the player to lose a life. As in most games in this genre, the player can pick up power-ups such as daggers and bombs during the course of the game, giving the player greater firepower.

Glass Rose  
Action & Shooter PlayStation2 3.5 (7 votes)
PS2 adventure gamers don't have an awful lot of choice, so it's easy to recommend Glass Rose. It's a meaty, well-plotted game. The story is a murder mystery set in a 1920s' Japanese mansion. You could cut the atmosphere with a knife and it's actually quite creepy in parts. The game does a good job of transporting you into another world - there's something very appealing in a well-executed period detective mystery.

For those who remember it, Glass Rose is in some ways quite similar to the old "Cruise for a Corpse" on the PC, Atari ST and Amiga. You'll spend a lot of time talking to people and there's lots and lots of text to read. Get ready for a fair bit of pixel-hunting too. You definitely get your money's worth!

While I would whole-heartedly recommend buying this game, especially at its budget price, a word of caution is in order: Glass Rose is no Resident Evil 4 on the production values front. It falls below the standards set in most Capcom titles, with pre-rendered backgrounds and no anti-aliasing on the characters, which look like cardboard cut-outs. The animation too is horrible, as are the character models. There's not much recorded conversation either, which is not too much of a shame because the dubbing is awful. It may sound as if I am laying into the game but I really am very fond of it. It is just fair to point out that it is technically a mess! The great thing is, though, that it doesn't matter a jot. This is a triumph of substance over form: we're here for the story and the puzzles - and Glass Rose delivers.

God of War  
Action PlayStation 4
From Santa Monica Studio and creative director Cory Barlog comes a new beginning for one of gaming’s most recognizable icons. Living as a man outside the shadow of the gods, Kratos must adapt to unfamiliar lands, unexpected threats, and a second chance at being a father. Together with his son Atreus, the pair will venture into the brutal Norse wilds and fight to fulfill a deeply personal quest.
• Bold New Beginning — His vengeance against the Gods of Olympus years behind him, Kratos now lives as a man in the realm of Norse Gods and monsters. It is in this harsh, unforgiving world that he must fight to survive…And teach his son to do the same. This startling reimagining of God of War deconstructs the core elements that defined the series—satisfying combat; breathtaking scale; and a powerful narrative—and fuses them anew.
• A Second Chance — Kratos is a father again. As mentor and protector to Atreus, a son determined to earn his respect, he is forced to deal with and control the rage that has long defined him while out in a very dangerous world with his son.
• A Darker, More Elemental World — From the marble and columns of ornate Olympus to the gritty forests, mountains, and caves of Pre-Viking Norse lore, this is a distinctly new realm with its own pantheon of creatures, monsters, and gods. With an added emphasis on discovery and exploration, the world will draw players in to explore every inch of God of War’s breathtakingly threatening landscape—by far the largest in the franchise.
• Vicious, Physical Combat — With an over the shoulder free camera that brings the player closer to the action than ever before, fights in God of War mirror the pantheon of Norse creatures Kratos will face: grand, gritty, and grueling. A new main weapon and new abilities retain the defining spirit of God of War while presenting a vision of violent conflict that forges new ground in the genre. Mature 17 plus.

God of War  
Military & Historical PlayStation2 4.5 (43 votes)
This action/adventure/combat game makes powerful use of the darkly imaginative world of Ancient Greek mythology, where the realms of the mortal and the divine collide in a pervasive atmosphere of brute force and violence. Playing as Kratos, throughout the game players will wield double blades bound to his body by long chains, weapons symbolic of this vicious world to which he is bound and the fate from which he seeks to escape.

Featuring an hour of cinematic sequences and a deep combat system incorporating context-sensitive actions and an extensive range of combos, GOD OF WAR takes players through various environments that will have them fighting fierce enemies, swinging on ropes, scaling mountain cliffs, swimming through rivers and sliding down zip lines. The result is a unique and thrilling adventure through Greek mythology.

Få actionspel är i klass med detta. Kontroll perfektionism och grym grafik. Får inte missas.

God of War 2  
All Action & Adventure PlayStation2 5.0 (12 votes)
The story picks up where players last left off with Kratos. Sitting atop his throne on Olympus, Kratos, the once mortal warrior has become a threat far worse than his predecessor Ares, had ever been. Kratos is a ruthless God, whose wrath strikes down anyone who crosses his path or the path of his beloved Sparta. The Ghost of Sparta sets out to alter that which no mortal, or god has ever changed, his fate. Kratos' journey brings him to the very edge of the Earth, facing countless beasts, monsters, and horrors from his previous life, all bent on preventing him from reaching his goal. But this is Kratos, and his defiance is filled with such arrogance and contempt that all of the Ancient World still trembles at his name: Kratos, the God of War.

Som ettan. Kanske lite bättre. Slutet bäddar upp för en uppfölljare och känns väll därför lite sådär när resten av spelet är så perfekt.

God of War 3  
Action & Shooter PLAYSTATION 3
"This is a pre-order - Game will be despatched to you on or before the release date of 19th March - Subject to change by the publisher."
God of War III is a single player action game, exclusive to the PlayStation 3, and the final installment of the God of War trilogy. Containing signature and addictive God of War gameplay a combination of over-the-top action combat, exploration and puzzle-solving along with an engrossing mythologically inspired storyline and a selection of new weapons and a new weapons system, it is a fitting conclusion to the much praised God of War franchise. True to the series roots, the four pillars of game play - brutal combat, intricate puzzles, exploration of awe-inspiring worlds, and a compelling story - all return. God of War III is the epic conclusion to the Greek mythological trilogy, which will complete Kratos' story that began in the original title for the PlayStation 2. New deadly weapons like the Cestus, powerful metal gauntlets with devastating strength, and other brutal instruments of war that open up ruthless new techniques. The menacing creatures of Greek mythology can now be manipulated against their will, to cross chasms, inflict blind rage against enemies, reveal puzzles and secrets, and as tools of complete annihilation. God of War III picks up exactly where God of War II left off Kratos must take his quest for vengeance to the very stronghold of the Zeus.

God of War Collection  
Action & Shooter PLAYSTATION 3
Contains a HD remastered Version of God of War 1 + 2!

God of War: Ascension  
Action PlayStation 3

God of War: Chains of Olympus  
Action & Shooter Sony PSP 4.5 (35 votes)
In God of War, Kratos, after being deceived into killing his wife and daughter, denounced his service to Ares. In order to seek absolution from his past sins, the Ghost of Sparta pledged himself as a champion to the Gods for the years to follow – these brutal crusades, in the name of Olympus, became legendary throughout the ancient world.
In God of War: Chains of Olympus, Kratos will journey to lands that no mortal has ever walked upon. With the world plunged in eternal darkness and the Gods rendered powerless, Kratos will face the most feared creatures of Greek Mythology, and ultimately be forced to choose between his own personal redemption and saving the ancient world from certain destruction.
- Epic Gameplay on the PSP system: Keeping true to the God of War franchise, experience dramatic camera angles and epic set pieces, offering a never before seen experience on the PSP system.
- Mythological Odyssey: This story is set in a time before the events of God of War, where players will experience Kratos' journey during the 10 years of servitude to the Gods of Olympus.
- All-New Combat Moves: Players can utilize new brutal combat moves along with their favorite combo attacks from the God of War franchise.
- Exploration: From the Gates of Hades to the Depths of Tartarus, the journey will take players through the dark and brutal world of Greek Mythology. Face-off against all-new creatures from Greek Mythology and engage in epic boss battles.
- Puzzle Solving: As players explore the ancient world, prepare to navigate through a labyrinth of challenging puzzles inter-woven into the story.
- Critically-Acclaimed Franchise: Brought to you by two award-winning development teams, Sony Computer Entertainment America, Santa Monica Studios and Ready At Dawn Studios.

God of War: Ghost of Sparta  
Adventure Sony PSP
God of War: Ghost of Sparta is a single player action-adventure game for PlayStation Portable (PSP). The second game in the series to be developed specifically for play on the PSP, Ghost of Sparta is set after the events of the original PlayStation 2 game, revealing the previously unknown struggles and history of Kratos as he challenges the deities of Olympus, eventually taking the status and title of god for himself. The game features bigger bosses and more enemies than the previous PSP release, as well as new combat and weapons systems.

The Godfather  
Action & Shooter PlayStation2 4.0 (4 votes)
Being a fan of the godfather trilogy, and mob-based games and films, i thought it would be the ideal game to try. It certainly was!
I loved every aspect of the game from the moment i started playing! It's a must have for any gamer who loves the 'proper' gangster games. The fighting is good, and the graphics and voice overs are amazing. What an achievement!

Golden Sun  
Role-playing Games Game Boy Advance 5.0 (40 votes)
Whereas it took the PS2 about six months to get even one genuine classic game, the doggedly reliable GBA is quietly feathering its nest with barnstormer after masterpiece. "Golden Sun" is the first proper role-playing game on the portable and it's a stonker. RPG fans will be completely un-shocked to learn that the game centres on a spiky haired hero who discovers that the small town life is not for him and he's actually destined to be the saviour of the universe, or something.
Although it's not much of a surprise to discover that the game doesn't shy away from the story clichés of the genre it is perhaps a shame that it sticks so close to the usual gameplay traditions, i.e., random battles, turn-based combat and an over-complex spell system. Still, it does do the old customs proud and the combat sequence look particularly good with a rather spiffing 2½-D graphics system and some great 3-D world map views. The puzzles are also more interesting than the norm, most being "Zelda"-esque physical puzzles as opposed to the usual super-obvious RPG no-brainers.
Mired in sentimental tradition it might be, but "Golden Sun" is certainly more enjoyable than the po-faced interactive movie that is the modern "Final Fantasy" game. At the time of writing there's nothing quite like it on the GBA, so it's hard not to recommend it. --"David Jenkins"

Skulle ljuga om jag klagade. Det bästa bärbara RPG jag spelat i skrivande stund även om som sagt storyn inte är helt orginell.

Golden Sun: Dark Dawn  
Role-Playing (RPG) Nintendo DS
Golden Sun: Dark Dawn takes places 30 years after the event of Golden Sun and Golden Sun: The Lost Age. The player takes control of the children of the protagonists from the previous games going on an adventure to find a magical feather.

The gameplay is very similar to previous Golden Sun games. In this role-playing game, four different types of elements (fire, water, wind and earth) are combined to create spells. Combat often involves facing multiple monsters at each time.

The continent of Weyard has changed a lot during the 30 years that have passed, because as Alchemy was restored, conflicts and natural disasters also reached the continent. The game features 3D graphics and brand new spells.

Golden Sun: The Lost Age  
Role-playing Games Game Boy Advance 5.0 (20 votes)
The Game Boy Advance's best original role-playing game is back in stunning form with "Golden Sun: The Lost Age". The Japanese have their own peculiar take on role-playing games (RPGs), which adheres to a fairly strict series of features and clichés: young village outcast with mysterious powers, randomly occurring turn-based battles, lots of made-up words with not enough vowels in them. "Golden Sun" has got them all, and yet it's still incredible fun.
"The Lost Age" is less a sequel and more a second chapter to the first game, picking up right where it left off as Isaac and his buddies try to save the world after their failed attempt to stop the Venus lighthouse from being lit. You don't by any means need to have played the first game to enjoy or understand this one, but if you have, you can upload your team from before and carry on exactly where you left off. Either way there's still tons of new spells and Dijnn to find and use, the best of which create some truly stunning graphical effects when used in battle.
If you hate RPGs, you'll hate "Golden Sun", but if you have even the smallest interest in the genre you can't go far wrong with this ace portable title. --"David Jenkins"

Rekomendaras att spela ettan först. Tar vid där ettan slutar och avslutar storyn. Mycket längre än ettan annars samma bra spel.

Grand Theft Auto III  
All Action & Adventure PlayStation2 4.5 (213 votes)
Ever fancied being a tooled-up hoodlum, living on the wrong side of the law and mixing it up with street gangs in a war over turf, drugs and cold, hard cash? Welcome to "Grand Theft Auto 3" on the PlayStation 2. Big brother of previous outings on the PSone and PC, "GTA 3" has gone fully 3-D to bring the fictitious environs of Liberty City to life. Any worries about graphical speed on the PS2 are quickly dispelled the first time you carjack a taxi and take off like a lunatic, mowing down the innocent and incurring the wrath of law enforcement. This is silky-smooth stuff and the graphical details are truly awesome--all the vehicles are fully deformable and ripping off car doors reveals a driver complete with steering wheels inside.
Sonically, "GTA 3" cannot be beaten; in-car tunes are provided from one of nine radio stations, each with its own distinct feel, and the sounds of the city are all here too; walk around for a while and you'll hear far-off police sirens, motorists abusing one another and general chit-chat as people go about their business.
The game is very open-ended. Its major focus is the mission-based goals--start out as a convict accidentally sprung from jail and work your way up to become a shining light in one of the city's controlling gangs. If that gets dull, hijack a cab, police car, ambulance or fire engine and carry out missions suitable for your mode of transport, and if all else fails, find the ludicrously dangerous looking ramps and hit them hard for some big air and big cash bonuses.
It has to be said that "GTA 3" fully warrants its 18 certificate, dealing as it does with mob warfare, indiscriminate murders, auto crimes, prostitution and more. The language gets a little "fruity" from time to time and you can't help but wince as you watch innocents get in the way of a good firefight. At the end of the day, though, this is a game and nothing more; thankfully, it's a good game, a very, very good game in fact, so buy it now. Or we'll send Luigi and the boys round. "--Chris Russell"

Grand Theft Auto IV  
PLAYSTATION 3 4.5 (6 votes)
Well, what can I say, after a 6 month delay the game is finally here. When I first put the game into my PS3, the intro loaded and I was in the city. From the get go, the game ooozes quality and detail. Every single part of the game is full of detail, there's so much to look at and take in. The city is absolutely breathtaking, you have never seen anything like it in a game before. Peds walk around the streets doing their own thing, you hardly ever see the same looking person twice, the sun shines down onto the streets and vehicles and the sounds make you feel like you're really in the city.

I played both the PS3 version and 360 version and I have to say that the PS3 version really does have the edge when it comes to the graphics. It's much sharper and clearer and more realistic looking with less bugs. Also there is more going on in the PS3 version, you notice more peds in the street, more vehicles and better lighting. That being said, the game is still really awesome on both consoles, it just looks better on PS3.

There is so much to do in the game you will never get bored, you can be on it for hours and there is always something to do whether it's go to a club, take a girl on a date, pick up a prostitute, check out the city or just cause loads of trouble by attacking and shooting people. The animations and AI are heaps better than previous GTA games and I personally love the cover system.

I'll not spoil any of the plot but I will say that the voice acting is exceptional and the characters are really funny and colourful. This game has to be the best game this gen, it's truly remarkable and you would be crazy to miss out. Buy the game now! 10/10

Grand Theft Auto V  
Action-adventure game PlayStation 3
Grand Theft Auto V (commonly shortened to GTA V) is an upcoming open world action-adventure video game being developed by games developer Rockstar North in the United Kingdom and published by Rockstar Games. The game will be the first major title in the Grand Theft Auto series since Grand Theft Auto IV (2008), which started the fourth "era" in the series. The fifteenth game in the series overall, GTA V is to be set in fictional Los Santos in the state of San Andreas and its surrounding areas, based on modern-day Los Angeles and Southern California. A rendition of Los Santos was previously featured as one of three cities in 2004's Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, from the series's third era.

A highly anticipated game, Grand Theft Auto V was officially announced on 25 October 2011. The debut trailer for the game was unveiled on 2 November 2011.

According to IGN, Grand Theft Auto V will feature "Crews" similar to Max Payne 3. The new Social Club functionality connect play across multiple titles, starting with Max Payne 3 and GTA V. By playing both games multiplayer, "crews" that the player set up in one will be carried over to the other.

Grand Theft Auto V  
PlayStation 4
Los Santos: a sprawling sun-soaked metropolis full of self-help gurus, starlets and fading celebrities, once the envy of the Western world, now struggling to stay afloat in an era of economic uncertainty and cheap reality TV. Amidst the turmoil, three very different criminals risk everything in a series of daring and dangerous heists that could set them up for life.

System Requirements:Supported Platforms: PlayStation 4

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars  
Shooter PSP
PSP owners, rejoice - "Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars",'s highest-rated DS game of all-time is now available for PlayStation Portable. Specifically retooled for the PSP platform, this is a full-fledged game that stands on its own. With an all-new, deep story and visuals complete with upscaled widescreen graphics, enhanced lighting, animations and including all new story missions, "Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars" promises a powerful experience on the PSP, and one not to be missed, .caption { font-family: Verdana, Helvetica neue, Arial, serif; font-size: 10px; font-weight: bold; font-style: italic; } ul.indent { list-style: inside disc; text-indent: -15px; } table.callout { font-family: verdana; font-size: 11px; line-height: 1. 3em; } td.vgoverview { height: 125px; background: #9DC4D8 url( repeat-x; border-left: 1px solid #999999; border-right: 1px solid #999999; padding-left: 20px; padding-right: 20px; padding-bottom: 10px; width: 250px; font-family: verdana; font-size: 12px; }
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Major mayhem in Rampage Mode. View larger. The Story: Left for Dead in the Worst Place in America Following his father’s murder, Huang Lee is given what would on the surface seem to be a simple mission: to deliver an ancient sword to his Uncle Kenny to ensure his family retains control of the Triad gangs of Liberty City. Huang is a spoiled rich kid who expects everything to run smoothly, but his trip does not go exactly as planned. Only minutes after arriving at the Liberty City airport at the far end of town, he is attacked, robbed and left for dead. Only through quickly thinking is he able to survive and make his way back to his neighborhood, but the damage to he and his family has been done. Now his destiny is to search for honor, riches and revenge in the most dangerous and morally bankrupt city in the world. Gameplay "Chinatown Wars" is set in the "Grand Theft Auto IV"-imagined version of Liberty City, and contains most of its boroughs and neighborhoods. In exploring and exploiting this vast area, players use the game's rotatable camera to take in a 3D, 360-degree view of their environment, providing an elevated and somewhat skewed third-person perspective, that switches to first-person with the appropriate player action. Assuming the role of Huang Lee your goal is to rise up in the ranks of the underworld to challenge the Triad of Chinatown gangs that have usurped your family's position and recover the stolen heirloom and your lost honor. In true "GTA" fashion this entails gameplay that embraces the seedy underbelly that Liberty City is famous for. Throughout the game's 70+ missions -- all of which can be replayed even after completion -- and its myriad of side quests, players earn cash by completing jobs ranging from petty street crime, all the way up to drug dealing and assassination. As in other "GTA" releases, rising competence at crime raises the amount of attention received by police, but unlike previous games here players can not simply outrun alerted authorities. With each additional star added to your 'wanted rating' players must disable or destroy more of the pursuing police units to keep them off your tail. In addition to mission play, the game also contains many opportunities, such as the safe cracking and car hot-wiring mini-games and the various items and weapons hidden throughout the game that demand skill with the PSP's analog nub for success. By whatever means, once players have attained a certain level of cash and street cred they will also be able to recruit members for their own gang who pledge their loyalty by allowing themselves to be tattooed with the mark of the player's choosing. Cars and Controls Cars and control schemes play a prominent role in "Chinatown Wars". All cars feature GPS functionality based on available roadways. Directions are shown on the lower of the screen as part of the in-game PDA interface, but players may take vehicles off roads wherever possible, with the GPs automatically resetting when back on the pavement. While driving players also have access to five in-game radio stations and use of their weapons. Your PDA provides efficient management tools for your growing crime empire, including quick weapons switching, a running total of available cash, in-game e-mail and Internet access and nearly instant game saves any time. The control scheme in "Chinatown Wars" utilizes an easy to use and comfortable to play combination of steering and manual and automatic weapon locks and unlocks via shoulder buttons. Key Game Features: Audio and Video Upgrades - Utilizing the superior audio and visual processing power of the PSP, "Chinatown Wars" is reborn with noticeable boosts in graphic and sound quality. An Expansive Liberty City at Your Fingertips - Contemporary Liberty City is a massive world complete with pedestrians, weather and traffic patterns, five different radio stations and four different sprawling boroughs to explore. Endless Gameplay - Mature storyline with over 70+ story missions; plus dozens of side quests, collectibles, contextual mini-games and the all new mission replay feature. Street Economics - Addictive drug dealing side game with 6 different drug types, 80+ drug dealers and a supply / demand driven narcotics economy. Play with Friends - Take your game online with the PSP's Wi-Fi capabilities for head-to-head and co-op multiplayer mayhem. Bragging Rights - Chat, trade guns and commodities with your friends, and compete for glory via online tournaments and leaderboards on the Rockstar Games Social Club. PDA Interface - Use the touch screen as a PDA device to set GPs waypoints, change radio stations, communicate via e-mail with in-game characters and order weapons on the Internet. Online Bragging Rights and Multiplayer Care has been taken to ensure that players can share their PSP "Chinatown Wars" experiences with friends and fellow players in different ways. First, players will have access to the "Chinatown Wars" as well as the greater "Grand Theft Auto" communities through the Rockstar Games Social Club. Here they can chat, trade commodities, purchase special in-game items with in-game currency, check the leaderboards and compete in online tournaments. The PSP's Wi-Fi capabilities also gives players the opportunity to take their game online as they battle for supremacy in their own little corner of Liberty City in both head-to-head and co-op multiplayer battles.

Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City  
Action, Racing / Driving PlayStation 3 88
Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City is a compilation retail disc of the two Grand Theft Auto IV downloadable content expansion packs. GTA IV is not required to play the game.

Included are:

Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned
Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories  
Action, Racing / Driving PlayStation 2
This is the next installation of the Grand Theft Auto series, now back in Liberty City, just like GTA 3.

This time, the action takes place in 1998, and you're in the footsteps of Toni Cipriani. As usual in the series, you start off pretty low and work your way up in the food chain of the mob, fighting wars with other mafia families and doing all other sorts of dirty work.

The game is part of the Grand Theft Auto universe, so there you'll occasionally encounter characters you met in previous games of the series, although the storyline is pretty independent and makes few references to previous incidents and events.

All the other well-known elements of earlier games are in: You can have little side-missions as a pizza delivery boy, vigilante, cab driver, and more.

The PSP version supports multiplayer gameplay. Up to six gangsters can compete in deathmatches, capture the flag, and king of the hill.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas  
All Action & Adventure PlayStation2 4.5 (381 votes)
Considering how massively popular the last two "GTA" games were Rockstar could've knocked out any old rubbish as their last GTA game this generation, but despite "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" not being a full sequel (it still uses essentially the same graphics engine as "GTA III") it has more new features and ideas than the majority of official follow-ups.
For a start San Andreas itself is not a city but a whole fictional county, containing the San Francisco-esque San Fierro, the Las Vegas style Las Venturra and the Los Angeles inspired Los Santos. You can drive anywhere else you like in the countryside, between making the game four to six times the size of "Vice City".
You can also now start up your own gang in the game, recruiting members and claiming territory--you can even build and operate your own casino once you get the necessary moolah. You can't just sit around and wait for the money to roll in, though--eat too much junk food and your character will grow fat and have to work out at a gym, as well as keep an eye on a new stamina meter.
The list of other additions and refinements are almost endless; above and beyond the usual claims of an improved aiming system for weapons you can now swim, ride bicycles, get your hair cut, take part in random break-ins and robberies... pretty much anything you were ever told not to do as a kid (except the getting a haircut bit). --"David Jenkins"

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City  
All Action & Adventure PlayStation2 4.5 (176 votes)
There can't be any more sure-fire a hit in the gaming world than "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City". Grandma may not approve, but the 143 million people who bought "GTA III" will be chomping at the bit for this follow-up. Not quite a full-blown sequel, but far more than the average lazy mission disk, "Vice City" relocates the action of the previous game from the New York-esque Liberty City to the Miami-influenced metropolis of the title. And clearly as soon as someone mentioned Miami the developers immediately thought of "Miami Vice", because they've gone and set the whole thing in 1986 with an incredible soundtrack featuring everyone from Michael Jackson to Sigue Sigue Sputnik.
As the game starts you take control of Tommy Vercetti (voiced by "Goodfellas" star Ray Liotta) who gets involved in a bungled drug deal and must set himself up from scratch as a crime boss. Unlike in "GTA III", you're not restricted to being a small-time hood any more; the game now allows you to purchase property (porn studios, strip clubs, cab companies and so on) and run extortion rackets, which cleverly widens the scope of the game while keeping the controls and gameplay pretty much the same. Which means that you still spend the majority of your time driving cars very dangerously and shooting and maiming anyone that happens to get in your way. Indeed, in most respects the game is very similar to its predecessor--the graphics, for example, are improved but hardly groundbreaking--though there are numerous minor additions, most notably the chance to ride motorbikes--which is particularly satisfying--and fly proper aircraft.
"Vice City" can't be recommended unreservedly though: if you're intending to buy this game for someone under 18, you really should think again, as it's violent, filled with sex and swearing, and is totally and utterly immoral. Which is why it's guaranteed to sell and sell. --"David Jenkins"

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories  
Action, Racing / Driving PlayStation 2
Vice City Stories is a prequel to Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2 years earlier) and it is the sequel to Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. Set in 1984, players take on the role of Vic Vance, an army soldier who loves his country, family, and himself. One bad decision turns everything around and he is kicked onto the streets of a tough city. He has to build an empire to survive, or be left to die. Together with his brother Lance, a drug addict, the siblings try to take over Vice City.

Just like other GTA titles, gameplay consists of third-person shooting and driving sequences in an open environment. You will meet new enemies and gangs, and old foes. The missions require you to kill with a selection of weapons, steal vehicles such as a car, a boat, or a plane, rob to make it big, or just to have fun. New features for the portable version include swimming, and side missions such as Air Rescue, Vigilante, Firefighter, and Paramedic.

Similar to San Andreas' gang wars, this title has an Empire mode. To make money, you have to take over businesses from other gangs. By attacking and damaging rival businesses, it will be put up for sale, for you to take over. With a new building constructed, you can then choose an activity such as prostitution, drugs, protection racket, smuggling, robbery, or work as a loan shark. These activities earn money and the location in the city influences the revenue.

Multiplayer is available over Wi-Fi with ten different game modes, either focusing on fighting (Vice City Survivor), businesses (Empire Takedown), racing (Street Rage), stealing/selling (Grand Theft Auto), capture the flag game types, or games centered around a single vehicle such as a tank.

Gregory Horror Show  
All Action & Adventure PlayStation2 4.5 (8 votes)
Based on an award-winning, highly stylised Japanese cartoon of the same name, Gregory Horror Show is a totally original 4-D puzzle adventure game, starring tons of unusual and comical characters, that oozes a haunting and spooky atmosphere and stars Gregory, a hideously misshaped square-headed mouse who acts as the caretaker of a unique hotel.

Gregory House is no ordinary hotel, but a weird, alternate, fourth dimension, reminiscent of a dreamlike state. While searching for an exit, the player encounters Death, who promises to return the player to their own dimension if they collect all the wandering souls locked in the hotel. The other guests are not eager to hand over their spirits so players will have to exploit their weaknesses if they are to gain enough souls to escape. In order to find out these weak points players will need to search for clues, solve puzzles and even spy on the behaviour of other guests by peeping through their keyholes. Time plays a crucial role in Gregory Horror Show with all the guests keeping to strict schedules--when they watch television, when they eat and when they sleep. Players must note the behaviour of fellow guests if they are to calculate the optimum time to try and take their souls.

Players must beware, for once they've stolen a soul, the furious guest will give chase and hunt them down. In order to escape, they will have to quickly run and hide before the guest unleashes their special attack that will drain "mentality points", a measure of the characters level of sanity. Once the mentality points are gone, the character will end up just as crazy and trapped as the rest of the inhabitants.

Guitar Hero 3: Legends Of Rock  
PLAYSTATION 3 4.0 (21 votes)
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock continues to build on Guitar Hero's successful easy to play, but difficult to master gameplay mechanic to take the franchise to a whole new level. With master tracks from legendary bands like Sex Pistols, Guns N Roses, Rolling Stones, Metallica, and Pearl Jam, along with original music composed specifically for the game by iconic guitarists Slash and Tom Morello, Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock sports the greatest soundtrack to ever find its way into a videogame. Vastly improved graphics immerse gamers into their rock arenas and heighten their visual experience while the new wireless Gibson guitar controllers allow the players to channel their inner guitar gods. The arcade-inspired battle mode, expanded co-op career and boss battles add depth and extend gameplay for countless hours of shred time.

Guitar Hero 5  
Just like Guitar Hero: World Tour you can play as a whole band with your friends, with lead guitar, bass, drums and vocals all working together in the same song.

What's new for Guitar Hero 5 though is that anyone can play any combination of instruments, so you can have four lead guitars if you want or even swap roles mid song. As a result each individual has their own Star Power meter and it's up to the best players to save others if things go wrong.

To encourage even more co-operation there's also the new Band Moments bonus, which doles out big rewards if every member of the team can complete a section together. With the RockFest feature adding tons of new game modes as well this is the best value Guitar Hero yet.Specification
- Monster of rock: The biggest Guitar Hero yet with new ways to play, new rewards and the biggest line-up of master recordings ever seen.
- Jam with the band: Party Play option lets players join or leave a song whenever they want, or even change instruments or difficultly level mid-song.
- Rock festival: New game modes including Momentum, which changes the difficultly as you play, and Elimination, where the weakest link player is dropped if they mess up.
- Special moments: New "Band Moments" offer big rewards if everyone can co-operate for a set stretch of rock perfection.
- Hall of fame: A record-breaking 85 songs by 83 different artists, including The White Stripes, Arctic Monkeys, Johnny Cash, Tom Petty and more.Product Code
BLES00576 of fame: A record-breaking 85 songs by 83 different artists, including The White Stripes, Arctic Monkeys, Johnny Cash, Tom Petty and more.Product Code

Action & Shooter GameCube
"Oh so short, but oh sooo sweet!"

Gun is the perfect wild west game. Many games have tried before, but Gun suceeds more than any before it. It has great characters, great gameplay, and a great, but short storyline.

The voice acting is brilliant. So many great names are behind the memorable voices in this game. Guns sound powerful, and the music catches the mood nicely. The horse sounds are very nicely done, too. Galloping, hooves hitting the ground, crying out when you spur them, its all great.

There nothing brilliant, but they are not bad either. What's great is how you can see the bullets coming when you use your quick draw (slow motion) power. The people all look decent, and the environments are realistic, but not very detailed. It just looks like the old (slightly barren) west.

While it is very short, and is gone before you know it, the story is GREAT! All the characters are memorable and unique. I loved all the characters, there is such a huge cast of greatly voiced characters that drive the story, you will always be sad when any of these great characters, good or bad, bite the dust. The story starts off in a cliched manner, but quickly starts taking wild turns and keeps you guessing till the end.

This game captures the wild wild west gameplay oh so well. The shooting is fun, and intuitive. The guns feel accurate and powerful. The horseriding is superb and shooting off horseback is easy to do, but still challenging enough to be fun. The missions are all very entertaining and vary from stagecoach chases to playing good ol' texas holdem poker, and everywhere in between. And all these things are so well done, that you just can't stop playing! Which leads me to the

LENGTH: Very short
This game keeps you on the edge of your seat, and you will not want to let go of the controller. Because of this, you can go through the whole game in one good day. They could have slipped more missions in for each of the characters you work for instead of just doing one or two missions per person. The only thing that blemishes this beautiful game.

+Great voice acting
+ Memorable, unique characters
+ Brilliant cowboy gameplay. Puts you in the wild wild west.
-Very short

3/4 +'s = 7.5 (Round up because I love this game) = 8!

RENTAL OR BUY: Rent this game. Don't buy it, but definetely rent it. If you have doubts, don't. This is one of my favorite games of the year. The only reason I wouldn't but it is because you will finish it so fast.

Reviewer's Score: 8/10, Originally Posted: 01/05/06

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