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Tim McCullough's Articles

PSP Review - 'Scooby Doo! Who's Watching Who?'

by Tim McCullough on Sept. 22, 2007 @ 2:20 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

The gang from Mystery Inc. are the stars of a hit reality TV show about ghost hunting. However, when rival show team GSI (Ghost Scene Investigators) question Mystery Inc.'s unscientific methods of ghost detection, the challenge is on to see who can debunk the most ghosts!

PSP Review - 'Ratatouille'

by Tim McCullough on Sept. 15, 2007 @ 4:20 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Ratatouille offers a fresh and exciting take on the platform action genre, engaging players in deep, fluid, and fast gameplay through fun filled mini-games, daring heists, frenzied pursuits and wild chases, providing constant fun and challenge.

PSP Review - 'Star Trek: Tactical Assault'

by Tim McCullough on Sept. 6, 2007 @ 12:27 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Star Trek: Tactical Assault features real-time spaceship combat from the universe of the original Star Trek series. With a wide array of authentic Star Trek races, ships, and weaponry, you can engage in single-player battle through either the Federation or Klingon campaigns or in head-to-head wireless multiplayer combat.

PSP Review - 'Final Fantasy II: Anniversary Edition'

by Tim McCullough on Aug. 29, 2007 @ 1:43 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

In Final Fantasy II, a malevolent emperor has called upon monsters from a demonic realm to take over the world, ending what seemed to be an eternal period of peace. Thousands of lives succumb to their attacks, leaving many children orphaned. From the destruction rise four young survivors who will take it upon themselves to stop the merciless ruler and avenge the death of their parents.

PSP Review - 'Stacked with Daniel Negreanu'

by Tim McCullough on Aug. 26, 2007 @ 4:34 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

A Texas Hold 'em game that captures the spirit of the professional poker tour, Stacked utilizes an advanced learning artificial intelligence system that adapts to each player's style of play and a detailed tutorial mode to deliver a thrilling and realistic poker experience.

PSP Review - 'The Bigs'

by Tim McCullough on Aug. 17, 2007 @ 2:06 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

The BIGS adds more explosive excitement to baseball video games than ever before. This over-the-top baseball action title puts an entirely new spin on MLB as it blends outrageous visuals and intuitive gameplay mechanics.

PSP Review - 'Smash Court Tennis 3'

by Tim McCullough on Aug. 10, 2007 @ 4:08 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

In Namco Bandai's Smash Court Tennis 3 players compete as or against 16 of their favorite Pro-Tennis stars including #1 ranked Roger Federer and 2006 French Open champions Rafael Nadal and Justine Henin.

PSP Review - 'NFL Street 3'

by Tim McCullough on Aug. 6, 2007 @ 12:10 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

With NFL Street 3 you can play your style of football both on the ground and in the air in this newest iteration of the popular NFL STREET franchise. Show off your style and boost your score by performing stunning aerial moves, jumping into the air and collecting special items and game modifiers that hover above the playing field.

PSP Review - 'Hot Brain: Fire up Your Mind'

by Tim McCullough on July 31, 2007 @ 12:54 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Fire up your mind with Hot Brain, a game that engages the mind through a series of puzzles and challenges designed to raise the activity and temperature of your brain. Hot Brain presents challenging and fun mental activities that help ignite your mind in areas like logic, memory, math, language and concentration.

PSP Review - 'Dungeon Maker: Hunting Ground'

by Tim McCullough on July 28, 2007 @ 2:21 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews

Dungeon Maker: Hunting Ground offers addictive gameplay with a simulation dungeon creation element and real-time battles hunting for monsters to collect items, gold, and to fulfill requirements to complete the various quests given by townspeople.