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Super Monkey Ball Banana Splitz

Putting a monkey in a ball and rolling it across narrow, precarious platforms is a pretty cruel idea for a game, but gamers have struggled to resist Super Monk... Read more
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The Ratchet & Clank Trilogy

In November, the Ratchet & Clank series will be celebrating its 10th Anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, Sony has released The Ratchet & Clank Trilogy, which is now available in Europe and features HD versions of the three original PS2 games on one Blu-Ray disc.... Read more
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Tomba!

When deciding which adventure platformer starring a pink-haired caveman to play, only one series comes to mind: Tomba. And while PSone Classics can rarely hold a candle to games released this generation, there aren’t many that are cut from the same cloth. ... Read more
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1000 Tiny Claws

Is it just me or is 1000 Tiny Claws a creepy name? It evokes horrible thoughts of dark places and thousands of little insect munching away at my tender flesh.... Read more
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Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken

Of all the creative mediums at human disposal there are only a handful in which a badass, gun-toting, jet-pack flying, penguin killing rooster could pass as an effective protagonist.... Read more
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Limbo

Every so often, a PSN game will come along that rivals most full-retail titles in terms of its scope, innovation and presentation. Braid and Flower are just two examples, and now you can add Limbo to that list, which is a definite contender for our favourite PSN game of the year. ... Read more
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Alice Madness Returns

It’s been close to eleven years since auteur games director,... Read more
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PlayStation Move Heroes

PlayStation Move Heroes: the title is clear and unambigious, most likely targeting poor old grandparents out shopping for their grandchildren. Little Billy got Move for his birthday and he needs a game for it.... Read more
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Swarm

 Swarm is the latest game from Canadian developer Hothead Games, and is available now on PSN.... Read more
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