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Rugrats: Search for Reptar HHH

PlayStation From TV, to the silver screen, music charts to the PC, the Rugrats have done it all. Now they are preparing to take over your Playstation in Rugrats: Search for Reptar. The basis of the game is to run and jump your way around several cute courses in order to help restore Tommy's missing Reptar puzzle. As well as the main game, players can also take part in the extras, like the egg hunt or mini-golf. Whilst the graphics are quite poor, the gameplay is a lot of fun for the young, and is definitely worth a look.

THQ,5 Mar, pounds 34.99

A Bug's Life HHH

PlayStation It was only last week that we were talking about A Bug's Life Activity Centre, but the same spin-off is back already, now on the PlayStation, in Disney's A Bug's Life. Unlike the activity centre, players have the chance to guide Flik around a complete 3D world. The aim is to build up your army of bugs in order to defeat Hopper and save the queen. Despite the impressive third-person perspective, the game is quite slow. The success of A Bug's Life in the cinemas is unlikely to be matched on the PlayStation.

Sony, March '99, pounds 39.99

Wipeout 64 HHHHH

N64 The original release of Wipeout, on the PlayStation, was a landmark video game. Now that it has been updated, Nintendo is hoping for more of the same in itsnew release, Wipeout 64. Just as before, players have to jump into space-aged vehicles and race around some of the most complicated courses ever seen. Now on the N64, the graphics are clearer, the gameplay is faster, and with a brilliant soundtrack from Fluke and the Propellerheads, this is a must-see game. Wipeout 64 is the blast from the past that packs a big punch.

Nintendo/Psygnosis, out now, pounds 44.99

Wild Arms HHHH

PlayStation It is now two months into the release of Legend of Zelda, and many of you may be looking for a new game to test your wits, so why not pick up a copy of Wild Arms, the new role-playing game by Sony. This is a classic example of the genre, very much in the same style as Zelda on the SNES, with similar graphics to boot. The gameplay, however, is not as addictive, and it takes sometime before you get taken in by it. However, if you're desperate for some RPG mayhem, you could do a lot worse than this.

Sony, out now, pounds 44.99

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