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Scarface: The World is Yours

Game Description: Scarface: The World Is Yours takes you into a complicated world of excess and greed. You'll become Tony Montana, one of the most ruthless gangsters ever depicted on film. The original screenwriter has created an all-new storyline that authentically recreates the historical time period of the film, and gives you the chance to live out the events of the film—or change them and create a new life story for the famous gangster.

OutRun 2006: Coast 2 Coast – Review

Though its success in trying to make this fine game more palatable to a broader audience is a qualified one at best, perhaps the most satisfying aspect of OutRun 2006 is how confidently it assuages any fears that the golden formula might somehow seem less entertaining next to EA and Criterion's aggressively trailblazing Burnout games.

Full Auto – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Full Auto – Review

In the end, Full Auto is a lot more fun than I expected it to be. The idea of driving and shooting is nothing new, but it's implemented well enough in this title to keep it interesting for the ten-twelve hours required to unlock everything. Add in an online mode (which was pretty laggy the one time I ventured on) and this is a game that might not be worth the full $60 price tag but would be well worth picking up when the retail price drops a bit.

Pursuit Force

Game Description: Pursuit Force lets you become a police officer who'll take the fight to the criminals! You're tracking down some of the most violent gangs in the state. Patrol five different districts as you clean up the streets.

Pursuit Force – Review

For those whose should-know-better stubbornness can go round for round with that of the game's level designers, amazingly and in spite of its crudities and failings, Pursuit Force's pull factor never really wanes.

Pursuit Force – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Language, Violence

Ridge Racer 6 – Review

Say what you will about the Ridge Racer games (and we've all heard the various complaints), it's hard to deny they're fun. They're almost an anachronism in a gaming world where innovation and style are generally viewed more important than enjoyment (even if the innovative game sucks it still gets critical praise for being different in most cases). And yet, Namco keeps churning out sequels and variations on the theme. Ridge Racer 6 is no different.

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