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  • Hydro Thunder Hurricane

    Even with minor annoyances like the generic in-game soundtrack, Hydro Thunder Hurricane is still a solid racer that can easily eat away an idle afternoon

  • Clash of the Titans

    Game Republic has taken an admirable, but ultimately unsatisfying design approach by not ripping off Sony Santa Monica's Ghost of Sparta-starring series

  • LIMBO

    LIMBO on the XBOX 360 is both impressive and disturbing

  • The Secret of Monkey Island 2 SE

    The 'special edition' of Monkey Island 2 is a great addition to the series

  • DeathSpank

    DeathSpank is a wholly enjoyable action-RPG experience

  • DeathSmiles

    DeathSmiles takes place in an alternate world where time seems frozen in a supernatural, early-20th-century Europe

  • N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights

    Much in the vein of the vastly superior Dynasty Warriors franchise, Ninety-Nine Nights II tells a story of a nation at war against an invading enemy force

  • Singularity

    On top of its 8-10 hour solo run, Singularity tacks on the requisite multiplayer challenges

  • Crackdown 2

    Crackdown 2's world is absolutely packed with orbs placed in hidden alcoves and atop sky-high structures

  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4

    One thing the LEGO series still knocks out of the park is its whimsical take on established franchises, and the magic-filled world of the Harry Potter is a perfect aesthetic match for the coloured bricks

  • Green Day: Rock Band

    As a whole, Green Day: Rock Band plays like a big, wet kiss for its fans

  • Alpha Protocol

    While its obvious Obsidian poured their hearts and souls into Alpha Protocol, it would have benefited from more polish than passion

  • Blur

    Blur relies heavily on Mario Kart-style power-ups to fuel its racing: Weapons, a shield, a repair tool, and a nitro boost pickup are placed at specific spots along the race tracks

  • UFC Undisputed 2010

    UFC is on quite a roll these days

  • Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

    The Forgotten Sands brings back the power to turn back the clock

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