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Petz: My Baby Hamster
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I was really doubtful when Sony announced that the 'Petz' range was coming to the PSP, but this animal offering is just brilliant.
Firstly, the graphics are mind-blowingly realistic. Secondly, the whole game is designed around the concept of a TV show in which your hamsters are the stars. The different channels include news and sports as well as horror, romance and Sci-fi etc. These channels provide the setting for the Hamster cages and they look really good, lol!
Furthermore, your Hamsters' thoughts can be displayed on-screen (this can be turned off for those people who prefer their interaction with the hamsters to be more realistic), which usually provides truly witty - and sometimes crude - insights into the hamsters way of life!
Moreover, each hamster has a different personality, which affects the way in which they interact with you and the rest of their environment. Obviously this won't be a game that appeals to everyone, but if you only buy one game for your PSP this year, I recommend that you try this one... 10/10.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Party Edition
Despite the previous review, you really should not be put off of buying this game. It is easy to play - although the questions can be difficult, the format is totally recognisable from the gameshow. The cute avatars add a little touch of humour to the game and the 'chance' lifelines make the game a little easier for those who don't want a complete mental work-out! This game is a good buy for people who aren't afraid to test their knowledge. 9/10.
Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures
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This is another great classic from 'TT Games'. It has all the humour and great graphics from the star wars game but also has new content, such as certain characters' special abilities, which I think is a great addition to the game. Also, at this price, I think it is a must for INDY and LEGO fans alike! Don't just read about it, go buy it!!! 10/10.
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I got this as a birthday present and I was a bit dubious as to whether I would like it or not, but it is pretty good once you get used to it. There are skill levels, which allow you to start off with smaller crosswords and progress to harder ones later on... It did take a bit of practice before I got the hang of it, but all in all it is a nifty little game that can help to pass the time on trains, buses, work breaks, etc. Probably not one for the hardcore gamer, but well worth a look.