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Good gameplay value and replayability have given the series a new lease of life on the console.
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An impressive and accessible management sim that, thanks to Football Fusion, is elevated above its contemporaries.
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Any glimmer of potential has been banished to the outer cosmos by unforgiving mission objectives and unfair deaths.
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A decent if unspectacular street racer marred by the fact that there are already tons of respected racers on the block.
Batman: Rise Of Sin Tzu (Ubisoft) (Xbox (EU Version))
Yet another dreary superhero spin-off. This one only picks up points because toddlers might like it. For a bit, that is...
Robin Hood: Defender Of The Crown (Capcom) (Xbox (EU Version))
Somewhere between an action title and RTS. A good bet if you are intrigued by strategy games but don't want to be bored.
Roadkill (Midway) (Xbox (US Version))
Think what a triple-X version of Twisted Metal could have been like. This game's unfortunately not it.
Medal Of Honor: Rising Sun (Electronic Arts) (Xbox (EU Version))
Lazy programming and over-reliance on the franchise name make a disappointing sequel that is less than honourable.
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Legacy Of Kain's dark heart has been given a short, sharp electric shock and the result is a nice macabre slice of hack 'n slash.
Celebrity Deathmatch (Gotham Games) (Xbox (US Version))
A game based on a cult TV show is always going to have limited appeal, especially when it's done as badly as this.
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This old-skool gameplay is a peculiar taste nowadays so you'll either just 'like it' or absolutely hate it.
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This does all the right things but fails to excel in any area. There are better beat-'em-ups on Xbox.
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