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Old May 18, 2007, 11:55 AM
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Default Gamers Day '07

Some new games to look forward to on PS3

Uncharted: Drake's Fortune






Little Big Planet






Heavenly Sword






Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction






SOCOM: Confrontation






Lair






Folklore






Last but not least..

God of War: Chains of Olympus - for PSP




Heh it looks better than anything on the Wii.
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Old May 18, 2007, 05:19 PM
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then:
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fav game ever: Donkey Kong Country (2D)

now: playing any game is waste of time.
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Old May 19, 2007, 04:19 AM
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My favourite games of all era ( that I have been through ) :

SNES - Contra Force
SEGA Genesis - Aladdin / Michael Jackson's Moonwalker
DOS - Doom 2 / Heretic / Lion King
PC - Virtua Cop 1 / Jedi Knight 2 : Jedi Outcast / Jedi Academy / HALO ( I am an X1 Clan member )
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PS1 - Ace Combat 3 : Electrosphere
PS2 - Time Crisis 2 / Time Crisis 3 / Kingdom Hearts 1 / Kingdom Hearts 2 / Onimusha : Dawn of Dreams / 007: Everything or Nothing / NFS : Most Wanted / Burnout 3 : Takedown !
XBOX - HALO 2



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Old May 19, 2007, 04:25 AM
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Btw, Hatebreed, I did have an ATARI when I was in Year 2 ... 1992 . None of the games were that appealing. There was a Air combat type game and a Catch the Robber - they were the best of the rest.
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Old May 19, 2007, 05:31 AM
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personally i'm lookin' forward to the new FF game on PS3...BTW, PS3 is the MAN!!!

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Old May 19, 2007, 06:08 AM
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Btw, Hatebreed, I did have an ATARI when I was in Year 2 ... 1992 . None of the games were that appealing. There was a Air combat type game and a Catch the Robber - they were the best of the rest.
Pitfall and Boxing were my two favourite games on Atari 2600.... ahh those were the days!
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Old May 19, 2007, 03:50 PM
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call of duty 3...cant wait till i get it...

and of course:

Halo 3 is on the way!!!!!!!
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Old May 24, 2007, 07:45 AM
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Not entirely related to games, but a great news for anyone from UK who owns a PSP.

BT and Sony to offer net calls on PSP




Owners of Sony's PlayStation Portable (PSP) handheld console will soon be able to make voice and video calls over a wireless internet connection.

Using a soon-to be-released camera and microphone, gamers will be able to call other PSP owners and some BT phones.


The software has been developed by BT and will eventually allow PSP users to call PCs, fixed lines and mobiles.

Initially the service will only be available in the UK and will only work on home or BT wireless hotspots.

Currently, there are around 2,000 of these situated in airports, railway stations, hotels and fast food restaurants.


Next generation

More than 24 million PSPs have been sold around the world, with more than eight million of those sold in Europe.
According to BT, the software will eventually be distributed to telecoms companies in 100 other countries.

The service is part of a growing trend to enable so called voice over internet protocol (VoIP) on mobile devices.

VoIP is a method of routing voice conversations over the internet and was made popular on PCs by services such as Skype.

Now, more and more mobile handsets come with wi-fi capability and companies such as Truphone and Jajah offer services that allow people to make VoIP calls, bypassing the traditional mobile tariffs and networks.

The new PSP service takes advantage of BT's 21 Century Network (21CN), which is specifically designed to use Internet Protocol (IP) technology.
Eventually, 21CN will replace all the existing networks.

More details of the BT service will be released at the Leipzig Games Convention in August, whilst Sony's add-on camera and microphone for the PSP, known as the Go camera, will hit shelves in the UK on 25 May.

- BBC
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Old May 24, 2007, 07:53 PM
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Cricket fans can soon enjoy the game on-the-go.

Brian Lara 2007 Pressure Play (PSP)

Codemasters has announced that a PlayStation Portable version of Brian Lara Cricket is heading your way this summer, complete with an all-new mission mode specially made for gaming on the go.

Brian Lara 2007 Pressure Play, as it's known, features an exclusive game mode with bite-sized cricketing challenges that take you through bowling, batting and fielding events. There are 16 missions to master, including bowling a maiden over, matches where you only have one ball left to win and more unusual 'Googly Challenges'.

Along with this new mode, Pressure Play also includes an ad-hoc multiplayer that enables two cricketers to compete wirelessly in a one-on-one ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 warm-up match. Plus, the game also has all the action from the Cricket World Cup, featuring fully-licensed teams, 240 international players, official kits and stadiums.

- IGN
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Old May 25, 2007, 08:18 AM
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Cricket fans can soon enjoy the game on-the-go.

Brian Lara 2007 Pressure Play (PSP)

Codemasters has announced that a PlayStation Portable version of Brian Lara Cricket is heading your way this summer, complete with an all-new mission mode specially made for gaming on the go.

Brian Lara 2007 Pressure Play, as it's known, features an exclusive game mode with bite-sized cricketing challenges that take you through bowling, batting and fielding events. There are 16 missions to master, including bowling a maiden over, matches where you only have one ball left to win and more unusual 'Googly Challenges'.

Along with this new mode, Pressure Play also includes an ad-hoc multiplayer that enables two cricketers to compete wirelessly in a one-on-one ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 warm-up match. Plus, the game also has all the action from the Cricket World Cup, featuring fully-licensed teams, 240 international players, official kits and stadiums.

- IGN
Any news on BLC for Wii?
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Old May 25, 2007, 08:20 AM
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Any news on BLC for Wii?
Nope, but would be great though. If I ever buy a Wii it would be to play cricket... Sad I know.
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Old May 25, 2007, 03:04 PM
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Im on with Smackdown! Vs Raw 2007 game .. PS2 ..and
Brian Lara International Cricket 2007 PC.. I stopped playing too many game.Im certainly waiting for GTA IV..and Crackdown was a Letdown to me.
Can anyone put up a decent information (rooster,show,updates,graphics ) page on Smackdown! Vs Raw 2008? PS2/PS3.
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Old May 26, 2007, 03:59 PM
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Waiting for Empire Earth 3. Looks amazing...





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Old May 30, 2007, 08:16 AM
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i luv the prince of persia series
pro evo soccer
grand theft auto series
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and many more im jus savin up for the wii at the moment
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Old June 3, 2007, 06:48 PM
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Burnout 3 : Takedown!.. is good.. but guess NFS series beats it.
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Burnout 3 : Takedown!.. is good.. but guess NFS series beats it.
Two very different games. Burnout is all about adrenaline-pumping speed and carnage.. NFS is meh.. it used to be fun in its early days.
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Old June 4, 2007, 12:30 AM
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always been the outdoorsie type... until i stumbled accross BC.

Hatebreed: your depth of gaming knowledge is admirable.
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Old June 5, 2007, 02:55 PM
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Not a console player myself, like PC games mainly MMO's, been playing Guild Wars, WoW recently, takes too much time but very addictive
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Two very different games. Burnout is all about adrenaline-pumping speed and carnage.. NFS is meh.. it used to be fun in its early days.
exactly my thoughts dude.
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Default Graffiti of a nerdy generation

Space Invaders was one of my favourite games on the Atari 2600. It's inspired a form of street art to a French artist known only by the psedonym "Invader", who cements mosaics of the spaceships in randoms places in over 30 cities.

Dhaka is one of them.
http://www.space-invaders.com/sominv.html

If you've spotted one, let us know.
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For me, nothing beats the Super Nintendo/Sega Mega Drive and N64/Dreamcast/PS1 era, just because they were fun and the first bricks being laid down in the foundation to develop better consoles such as the latter PS systems, XBOX and Nintendo systems !!!!!

BTW, thanks for the thread Hatebreed.
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Originally Posted by zahid
My favourite games of all era ( that I have been through ) :

SNES - Contra Force
SEGA Genesis - Aladdin / Michael Jackson's Moonwalker
DOS - Doom 2 / Heretic / Lion King
PC - Virtua Cop 1 / Jedi Knight 2 : Jedi Outcast / Jedi Academy / HALO ( I am an X1 Clan member )
Brian Lara International Cricket 2007
PS1 - Ace Combat 3 : Electrosphere
PS2 - Time Crisis 2 / Time Crisis 3 / Kingdom Hearts 1 / Kingdom Hearts 2 / Onimusha : Dawn of Dreams / 007: Everything or Nothing / NFS : Most Wanted / Burnout 3 : Takedown !
XBOX - HALO 2



Still to play : DOOM 3 / Tomb Raider : Legends / HALO 2 VISTA
Salute !!!!!
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