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  1. Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice

    Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice

    Adrenaline pumping thrill ride, or frustratingly flawed? Extreme Justice is a little bit of both.

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  2. Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow

    Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow

    Can Gabe Logan do for the PSP what Solid Snake did for the PS2?

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  3. Wipeout: Pulse

    Wipeout: Pulse

    If it ain't broken, don't fix it, and Wipeout: Pure definitely wasn't broken.

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  4. Uncharted: Drake's Fortune

    Uncharted: Drake's Fortune

    Almost a year goes by without a decent game on the PS3, then two come along together!

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  5. Ratchet and Clank: Tools of Destruction

    Ratchet and Clank: Tools of Destruction

    After what seems like an eternity, the PlayStation 3 has that killer game it's been waiting for.

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  6. Heavenly Sword

    Heavenly Sword

    It looks and sounds stunning but does this hack and slash for PS3 have any real depth?

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  7. Rogue Galaxy

    Rogue Galaxy

    Can this graphically impressive RPG help the PS2 begin to bow out with a flourish?

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  8. Motorstorm

    Motorstorm

    Can PS3's big launch title make gamers forget the price and get playing?

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  9. Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror

    Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror

    At last, a truly great action game on the PSP - impressive, most impressive.

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  10. Daxter

    Daxter

    Despite all the disappointing PS2 ports, there are still some gems to be found on the PSP.

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  11. 24: The Game

    24: The Game

    Is 24's transition to console good enough to send to your screen, or should it only be played on a provisional basis? Stuart Andrews opens up a socket.

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  12. Shadow of the Colossus

    Shadow of the Colossus

    Can Shadow of the Colossus live up to the legendary Ico?

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  13. Everybody's Golf

    Everybody's Golf

    Continuing our PSP coverage is this cutesy little golf game that deserves more attention than it will probably get.

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