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Type: Review
Game: Heavy Weapon (PlayStation 3)
Posted: October 20, 2009 (12:40 PM)
Heavy Weapon is yet another downloadable game that debuted on XBLA long before PSN, giving PS3 owners pretty much the same game that Xboxers have been able to buy and play for a long time. This isnít always a bad thing, and itís still a title of worth so long as youíve not already got the previous copy snuggled away on your 360ís hard drive and youíre a fan of a screen full of explosions.

Type: Review
Game: Zuma (PlayStation 3)
Posted: July 15, 2009 (03:59 PM)
Zuma is a another budget priced puzzle/'casual' title from Popcap Games. Just like Bejewelled, it's all about making groups of the same colour disappear, but this time it's balls that you're popping, not gems. Please note that, throughout this review, we are avoiding any balls-related puns, because they're, well, balls.
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Type: Review
Game: PDC World Championship Darts 2009 (DS)
Posted: June 29, 2009 (06:04 PM)
You're not going to like PDC World Championship Darts 2009 unless you like darts. It's not like FIFA, where even if you don't watch or play football you can still enjoy the game. With PDC 09, you need to have a passing interest in the real thing before you even think about enjoying yourself. Even then, though, you're not likely to get much enjoyment from it.
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Type: Review
Game: Bejeweled 2 (PlayStation 3)
Posted: June 04, 2009 (05:13 PM)
PopCap Games first developed Bejeweled and released it in the Flash format back in 2001. Since then, the title has appeared on nearly every gaming platform known to man, ranging from the PC to mobile phones, the Xbox 360 and now the PlayStation Network store. Predictably, it plays the same on the PlayStation 3 as it did on Xbox Live Arcade, on the PC andówell, you get the idea.
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