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Coded Arms – Review

Sony has done a good job of releasing a surprisingly large amount of feature films on its proprietary UMDs, but for those of us who don't really care about watching movies on the glossy black handheld, there are still quite a few holes to be filled in its library. Coded Arms is the first FPS (first-person shooter) to come down the pipe, and it fills its role—barely.

Coded Arms – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Coded Arms

Game Description: Coded Arms is a visually stunning first-person shooter that places the gamer in the role of a computer hacker who infiltrates an abandoned virtual reality system. Players fight through various virtual battlefields against multiple types of enemies with more than 30 different weapons at their disposal. The game utilizes the platform's wireless capabilities for intense multiplayer action.

Archer Maclean's Mercury – Review

In essence, as with the familiar single-screen action of Lumines and Meteos, Awesome Studios' contribution to this new wave could be accused of conservatism. Core gameplay involves completing maze-based goals by safely guiding a globule of mercury up ramps, around nerve-jangling precipices, along conveyor belts, over bridges, through cog systems, across precarious platforms, etc., and all within a time limit.

Archer Maclean's Mercury

Game Description: In Archer Maclean's Mercury you'll watch as liquid metal blobs ebb and flow around the countless challenges you'll encounter. Guide various colored mercury droplets around each 3D maze simply by 'tilting' the level. Negotiate obstacles and hazards, solve puzzles, compete against ever tightening time and percentage limits, whilst avoiding all the traps and predators. Make it to the last levels and you'll bosses who'll push your puzzle-solving abilities to their limits.

Metal Gear Acid – Second Opinion

I liked Metal Gear Ac!d about as much as Brad, but for different reasons. While Brad felt it stumbled out of the gate but gained steam later, I felt like it started out strong and became overwhelming as it got more complex.

Rengoku – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Rengoku – Review

In my recent write up of the putrid NanoBreaker, my opening comment was that killing robots as an end unto itself is boring and a waste of time—unless there's a hook. I stand by that statement, but I think it's cosmically ironic that immediately after wrapping up a review for a terrible robot-killing game, I'm writing a review for a good one. I guess it just goes to show that in the right hands, even the most seemingly unappealing or dreary subject matter can shine.

Pursuit Force – Second Opinion

I have to say that I expected to like Pursuit Force more than I did. I've been spending the majority of my gaming time on portables lately, and I don't like it when a handheld game tries to get too heavy. More often than not, I'm twiddling my thumbs between job assignments or I might be somewhere with only short bursts of free time.

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