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Sunday, January 1 1995

Ultimate Spider-Man

These are comic book panels come to life.


Unreal Championship 2: The Liandri Conflict

For a game whose real meat is supposed to be multiplayer madness, it's gratifying to see that the developers took the time to give us an entertaining single-player campaign.


1213

A properly executed solitary walk will frighten players more than a zombie jumping through a window.


Tokobot

Undeniably cute and relatively smart, Tokobot provides a title the PSP desperately needed: a game with at least some mildly innovative gameplay, as well as casual appeal.


Trauma Center: Under the Knife

Obviously, Trauma Center does not a doctor make. But the game does suggest something interesting about the way we work at any job or activity.


Tony Hawk’s American Wasteland

It's hard not to be struck by the apparent concession that the only people playing the game are going to be male.


Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 3: Night of the Quinkan

Ty 3 has no desire to reinvent the wheel.


True Crime: New York City

The game continues to remind you that being a good cop in such a rough and violent occupation is less than easy.


Tomb Raider: Legend

She was voluptuous. She was British. And she was fun to watch.


Tomb Raider: Legend

Few games match the quality of Legend's atmosphere.


SBK: Snowboard Kids DS

What SBK gets very right is the feeling of speed.


Soulcalibur III

Soulcalibur is about flamboyant overkill, and this title embraces its shallowness with exuberant panache.


Sid Meier’s Pirates!

By focusing on graphics instead of the script, Pirates! was crippled.


Sigma Star Saga

The content-to-die enemy AI drifts by like kamikaze flotsam.


Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves

Sly 3 seems to be changing the least out of Sony's three-headed platformer beast, but even these slight alterations might have been too much.


Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

Sith feels more like a Star Wars knockoff rather than an official movie tie-in.


Still Life

In some way the developers of Still Life have a great deal in common with the ivory masked ripper that is the game's villain.


Shadow of the Colossus

The Colossi confrontations are suitably epic.


Super Monkey Ball Adventure

This is about breathing new life into a series via an expanded, developed one-player experience.


Suikoden IV

The story of one hero triumphing against all odds is becoming as boring and unbelievable as the American Dream.


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