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  • WipEout Pulse Review

    If you’ve been searching for your next bout of dazzling, fast-paced futuristic racing, look no further. The WipEout series has been around since the PSX days and its most recent installment, WipEout Pulse, has just been released on the PlayStation Portable. Developed by Sony Computer Entertain...

  • The Club Review

    Welcome. You’re the newest participant in The Club, a secret underground organization that recruits outsiders to fight in an underground bloodsport. There is no escape, you must kill or be killed. This sums up the entire plot of The Club, the latest creatively titled shooter from Bizzare C...

  • Major League Baseball 2K8 Review

    It’s that time of year again, when sitting side-by-side some drunken lunatic is nothing but a pleasure while both of you ridiculously cheer on your losing team through another year of disappointment and false hope. You know the feeling we’re talking about, when you watch your team make i...

  • Twisted Metal: Head-on: Extra Twisted Edition Review

    Truth be told, we’re scared of David Jaffe. The guy makes some awe-inspiring games, but we’re not to sure what goes on inside that head of his. When he claims that he is Sweet Tooth, the demonic ice-cream truck-driving clown, we get a bit frightened. We forgive him though, because Sweet ...

  • Army of Two Review

    Could you imagine a world where privatized military personnel are the norm and countries no longer have national armies? Army of Two willingly takes you into that world and shows you the harsh reality of what it could potentially cause. It also showcases at what lengths some individuals may go to in...

  • NFL Tour Review

    There are awful games, and then there’s NFL Tour. This atrocity of an NFL Street re-imagining manages to defile all our fond memories of the past series due to a seemingly constant string of poor development choices. Let’s explore the painful depths of the most poorly crafted football ti...

  • Burnout Paradise Review

    Ever since its meager beginnings in the heart of Criterion Games, Burnout has always been about heart-throbbing speed followed by adrenaline-fueled crashes. That’s the basic formula, and Burnout Paradise certainly doesn’t deviate from it. However, what this latest installment does do...

  • Turok Review

    Dr. Grant, my dear Dr. Sattler. Welcome to Jurassic… Turok: The only planet in the universe where hordes of vicious raptors eagerly awaited your arrival, only to greet you with one swift gash to the carotid artery. It’s alright though, you’ve been equipped with your trusty…...

  • Devil May Cry 4 Review

    Sometimes when you’ve fallen in love with a franchise, it can be saddening to witness the quality drop with each subsequent installment. You saw it happen with Friday the 13th, NBA Live, and even Medal of Honor. Despite that, you’re still usually there on day one of release ready to watc...

  • Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law Review

    When cartoons make their television debut most of them usually don’t stick around for too long. Sure you have the cartoons such as the SouthPark series that have appeared for numerous seasons, but there are also some that don’t seem to hit it off and may end up cancelled after two or thr...

  • PixelJunk Monsters Review

    It’s time to build up your defenses and save your little spawn from the onslaught of monsters coming your way. PixelJunk Monsters is a newly released arcade title for the PlayStation Network that was developed for you by Q-Games. Though this is not an exact follow up to their first title Pixel...

  • Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice Review

    I never understood why Will Smith took so much flack for damaging everything around him while trying to catch the bad guy in Bad Boys II. You’d think the police force would be happy enough with just catching their guy. If you’re like me, then you’ll obviously see the complete satis...

  • Warhawk - Operation: Omega Dawn Review

    Warhawk has had some steep competition in recent months. With brilliant online titles available such as the addictive Call of Duty 4 and the mod-friendly Unreal Tournament III, Warhawk took its time in the backseat for a while. Nevertheless, its first expansion, Operation: Omega Dawn, manages to per...

  • Silent Hill: Origins Review

    It’s time to turn the lights off, throw on the headphones and delve into the dark and twisted town of Silent Hill once again. Climax Studios in unison with Konami have decided to bring you another step in the beloved and suspenseful series. With the release of four titles to consoles and a maj...

  • High Velocity Bowling Review

    Tired of hearing the guy at the retail store tell you how incredible and innovative Wii Bowling is? Forget him. PlayStation 3 now has their superior version in High Velocity Bowling. It’s almost as though the PlayStation team looked over at the success of the other consoles and said, “He...

  • PAIN Review

    Welcome to a crash course review of the entertainingly funny PlayStation Network release, PAIN. We’re not sure if any PSN title has been given as much content for download after release, as quickly as PAIN has. From wallpapers to extra characters, this game isn’t anything but updated. It...

  • Super Stardust HD Review

    For months on end PlayStation 3 fans had to hear their 360-following friends tell them about how great and addicting Geometry Wars Evolved is for their Xbox 360. That has now ended. No longer will the PlayStation nation have to endure that taunt as the PSN has launched a rival analog-shooting addict...

  • MediEvil Resurrection Review

    Does a game ever make a lasting impression on you that you still look forward to a similar title ten years down the road? Luckily, that's exactly how we felt about MediEvil Resurrection. MediEvil is a series which started up on the original PlayStation console. Over 10 years ago, a sword wieldin...

  • Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops Plus Review

    As most of you know, here at PSU.com we like to structure our reviews so the story element of the game is brought to you quickly from the get go. After all, it’s such an integral part of the game, correct? Yeah, we thought so too, until we put this UMD into the PSP. What was Kojima Productions...

  • Unreal Tournament III Review

    Epic Games is widely known for creating the Unreal Engine, one of the video game industry's most widely used tools for game development. This engine is named after one of the longest running first person shoot-em-up franchises out there. The Unreal series has been running strong since 1998, when the...

  • Star Trek Conquest Review

    Have you ever wondered what would happen if the Star Trek universe became a complete bedlam of warring alien races? Ever wanted to pit Romulans against the Federation, or loose the Klingon war machine on the shrewd Ferengi? Well, Bethesda Softworks latest Star Trek title gives you the chance to see ...

  • PoPoLoCrois Review

    If you’re into pixelated perfection with a dash of Anime storytelling than PoPoLoCrois might be of interest. PoPoLoCrois is a Manga turned PSP handheld RPG that has a very unique feel and look, the question is, does it live up to the hype it was given? The entire game starts off with an An...

  • Brave Story: New Traveler Review

    What do an avid gamer, a scantily clad kitten, and a lizard-like waterkin have in common? Pretty much nothing, which is about as much of a negative thing one can say about Brave Story: New Traveler. After promptly naming your hero and your leading lady, this epic journey begins on a park bench wh...

  • WWE SmackDown! Vs Raw 2008 Review

    WWE SmackDown! Vs Raw is a title that should of just quit while it was ahead. The title, which was developed by YUKE’s Future Media Creators and published by THQ, can easily be called the worst game in the series. The game is the first WWE game to be available for all currently selling gam...

  • NCAA College Hoops 2K8 Review

    The newest addition to 2K Sports college basketball series, NCAA College Hoops 2K8, is ready for game day. Last year’s installment was a little lackluster – 2K8 was looking to change that, and it has achieved partial success. College Hoops 2K8 contains several brilliant new adjustments, ...

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