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Eyetoy: Kinetic – Review

Like Play and SingStar before it, Kinetic offers us a fresh and, crucially, fun new way to play with our PS2s. It's another casual revolution in game design that's destined to fly under the radar of dyed-in-the-wool gamers as they pore over shots of the next gen consoles' shiny plastic casings.

Trauma Center: Under the Knife

Game Description: Trauma Center: Under the Knife gives you the chance to play doctor. It's just another day in the O.R. until a mysterious outbreak sweeps the area. As the problems get more complex, it's up to you to wield your scalpel and test your medical skills under the most difficult conditions. Patients' lives are in your hands.

Eyetoy: Kinetic – Consumer Guide

Eyetoy: Kinetic

Game Description: Get in shape with an engaging and challenging workout all in the comfort of your own home. EyeToy: Kinetic, exclusive to the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system, is a unique and innovative fitness product that acts as an in-home personal trainer to create authentic customized exercise routines with real-time performance evaluations for more effective workouts. Utilizing the revolutionary EyeToy technology, EyeToy: Kinetic offers players an all-in-one fitness program of cardio, mind and body, and strength exercises inspired by Aerobics, Capoeira, Kick Boxing, Yoga, Modern Dance and Tai Chi. Choose between two unique personal trainers each of whom provide guidance and assess players' performances as they engage in 12-week training programs or select individual routines to tone specific areas of the body.

Flipnic: Ultimate Pinball – Second Opinion

I didn't find Flipnic as tedious as Andrew seemed to. It can be a harsh mistress at times, but I didn't walk away in ambivalence. The worst I can say about Flipnic is that it's an acquired taste.

Graffiti Kingdom – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Violence

Graffiti Kingdom – Review

When I reviewed Magic Pengel: The Quest for Color in 2003, I was blown away by the freedom of creativity and customization it offered. That game contained a very powerful drawing engine which was capable of taking player-created images and instantly translating them into interactive 3D characters. Without overstating the case, I thought that what this engine was capable of was flat-out amazing.

Graffiti Kingdom

Game Description: Graffiti Kingdom is the sequel to Magic Pengel, a popular action-adventure game that stormed Japan and developed a worldwide cult following last year. You'll play as Prince Pixel, a young hero trying to save his Canvas Kingdom. The once-peaceful land was turned into a dangerous labyrinth—with a little help from his 'Box Dog' and a magic wand that makes anything he draws real, he'll fix everything! Players will use their imagination to battle their way through levels or creatively solve puzzles, for a totally unique adventure.

Killer7 Review

There is one thing that all would likely agree on: Capcom has produced a game that may seem like a throwback to halcyon days of yore, when adventurers pointed and clicked their way to the end of a game, but it drips modern style and gun action along with rivers of blood.

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