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Destroy All Humans (PS2) by THQ
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good, But not Great, 4 July 2005
One of the most original concepts to come along in a long time, Destroy All Humans is also one of the funniest. You play as Cryptosporidium 137 (also the name of an unpleasant type of bacteria) who is the 137th clone of the original Crypto. He's also something of a psycho, determined to wipe out as many Humans as possible. Much of the Humour comes from Crypto's demented ranting, but it's the Men In Black who get the best lines with steriotypical dialogue straight out of a 50's B-Movie.
Amusing as the game is, it's also shorter than I expected, with around 20 odd missions, which are mostly quite similar, find an object then blow something up. It doesn't take too long to finish the main… Read more
TOCA Race Driver 2 (PS2) by Codemasters
TOCA Race Driver 2 (PS2) by Codemasters
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Almost Genius, 29 Jan 2005
What Gran Turismo does for Cars, Toca does for Race Tracks. It features dozens of the worlds best tracks from Brands Hatch to Laguna Seca to the mighty Bathurst in Australia. If GT is a game for Car fans, Toca is a game for Racing fans.
The twenty car pack racing puts GT to shame, the same can be said for the excellent damage model, just today I flipped an Aston Martin DB9 & utterly wreaked the Body work.
The only problem I have is with the slightly unbalanced story mode; in most races you are set a target rival to beat, but they always start at the front of the grid & you'll be lucky to start above 8th. To be honest this is a relatively minor flaw in an otherwise Phenominal… Read more
Killzone (PS2) by Sony
Killzone (PS2) by Sony
6 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Killzone, 5 Jan 2004
There are some very petty little people around. I don't think anyone from Sony has described Killzone as a Halo beater, that came from unimaginitive journalists. I really think that people should stop trying to judge a game that they haven't played several months in advance.
All that needs to be said about this game is how defensive all the Halo geeks are already getting. It's gonna be good.

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