Logic 3 Table Tennis Bats (Twin Pack) (Wii)

Logic 3 Table Tennis Bats (Twin Pack) (Wii)

Logic 3 Table Tennis Bats (Twin Pack) (Wii)
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Logic 3 Table Tennis Bats (Twin Pack) (Wii)
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Nintendo Wii – Table Tennis Bats (Pair)

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James Bond 007: The World is Not Enough & Tomorrow Never Dies Twin Pack

James Bond 007: The World is Not Enough & Tomorrow Never Dies Twin Pack

James Bond 007: The World is Not Enough & Tomorrow Never Dies Twin Pack
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James Bond 007: The World is Not Enough & Tomorrow Never Dies Twin Pack
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The World Is Not Enough offers a satisfying experience in terms of both graphics and gameplay. You play the part of 007, and the action is viewed from a first-person perspective. As each level begins you’re given a set of objectives by M and these have to be completed before you can proceed. The tasks mainly involve shooting as many bad guys as possible with a variety of satisfyingly chunky weaponry, but there are also skiing, driving, gambling (one of the most fun) and stealth levels, with the latter utilising some neat gadgetry provided by John Cleese’s R. The game follows the plot of the film very closely, with 10 levels being linked by extensive movie footage. An experienced gamer will not have too many problems finishing TWINE in a few hours, and the extensive violence makes this game unsuitable for younger players, but most James Bond fans will find much to entertain them in this diverting romp. —Michael Bartley

While Tomorrow Never Dies presents the variety and intrigue one would expect from the beloved licensed-to-kill, Martini-sippin’ spy, it would have benefited from a bit more polishing. Don’t expect this game to be on par with the games and movies that preceded it; in fact, if you’re looking for a GoldenEye-like experience for the PlayStation, you’d be much better off with WWII period piece Medal of Honor. Tomorrow Never Dies uses an auto target mode, but it’s far too restrictive to be of use here, requiring players to stand still in order to keep the target locked. The game loyally follows the film, but when the action intensifies–such as a hot pursuit on skis, or flying a nuclear warhead-laden jet out of a hot zone–players are forced to either relinquish control entirely or have minimal input. Gadgets from Bond’s old pal Q are too sparsely used, and the absence of any multiplayer mode seals this game’s fate as a small diversion rather than a stellar accomplishment. —Jeff Young

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C12 and Medievil: PSone Twin Pack (PS)

C12 and Medievil: PSone Twin Pack (PS)

C12 and Medievil: PSone Twin Pack (PS)
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C12 and Medievil: PSone Twin Pack (PS)
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In C-12 Final Resistance, another post-apocalyptic view of the future, you play the bionic Lieutenant Vaughan, sent in to clean up Earth from hordes of robotic enemies. The game looks stylish and is a combination of puzzle solving and good old-fashioned shooting; the gameplay is entertaining and the added bonus of a first-person mode adds an extra dimension. Things can become frustrating because of some clumsy controls, though once mastered the game does become involving and you’re soon swept up in its varied and diverse missions. From stealth and mayhem to search and rescue, this game should have enough features to keep anyone happy, though it lacks the sophistication of Syphon Filter or Metal Gear Solid. —Rob Holliday

An evil wizard has returned from the dead with a mind for vengeance in MediEvil, and you’ve been brought back from the dead to stop him. Perhaps the world’s least worthy hero, you set out to save the land. The game’s animation and humour are reminiscent of Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas; if this alone isn’t enough to thrill you, the difficulty level will. This is one of the few games that seems to keep itself near the perfect level–difficult enough to keep you interested, easy enough to keep you from getting frustrated. The perspective perfectly complements the gameplay and animation style: the 3-D follow-cam allows you, in most places, to look around with ease. And you’ll want to take time to see the sights, since the game looks as good as it plays. —John Cocking

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Medal of Honor & Medal of Honor UnderGround Twin Pack

Medal of Honor & Medal of Honor UnderGround Twin Pack

Medal of Honor & Medal of Honor UnderGround Twin Pack
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Medal of Honor & Medal of Honor UnderGround Twin Pack
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Polished with the grit of great WWII films, Medal of Honor shines brightly, despite the graphic limitations of the PlayStation. As US secret-service officer James Patterson, you must embark on highly dangerous missions, sometimes in the trenches, sometimes undercover, but always alone and always eliminating the German Nazi threat. The Nazis are equipped with the same weapons as you, and they know how to use them. Throw a grenade and watch soldiers scatter, or better yet kick a steel pineapple back in their direction before it blows. Missions are divided into challenging–but never frustrating–levels that include infiltrating a U-boat pen, destroying a war train while disguised as a German officer, or powering through a group of nasty Gestapo in a quaint French town. A mixture of stealth fighting and action bravado, using each with prudence, is essential for successfully completing levels. This game is full of suspense, in the way that a good page-turner keeps you up at night. The briefing for every level is just too enticing to resist–don’t fight it. —Jeff Young

Medal of Honor: Underground is not simply a collection of further levels–there’s been some thought and careful re-working to bring new features to the game. The environment is now more interactive, so more things react to being shot at, and you also get to go on cooperative missions with other allies. The overall level of AI has been improved so the enemy is now more responsive and will react to your fire accordingly. The sound is also highly impressive; the footsteps of approaching guards seem to echo off every wall and the multilingual shouts add to a very encompassing gaming environment. The first-person view and controls are the same as those of its predecessor’s, which are simple and easy to get the hang of; using the analogue stick to control the speed of your movement is noteworthy and extremely effective task to master. Overall, Medal of Honor: Underground has all the glory of its predecessor and is just as addictive. If you’re a fan of first-person shooters, this is about the best that the PlayStation has to offer. —Chris Hall

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Gears of War 2 [Twin Pack] [Japan Import]

Gears of War 2 [Twin Pack] [Japan Import]

Gears of War 2 [Twin Pack] [Japan Import]
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Gears of War 2 [Twin Pack] [Japan Import]
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Gears of War 2 [Twin Pack]. All our games are in Japanese Format (NTSC-J). Japanese (Box,package & manual written in Japanese)

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