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Saturday 07 September 2002
PC-CDROM This fast and furious motorbike game is the most accurate representation of the true MotoGP championship on the market. Whether it is the impeccably rendered bikes and riders, the near-perfect, in-game physics, or simply the fast-paced chaos on the track that takes your fancy, this game combines the lot to produce a highly polished product.
THQ, out now, £29.99
PlayStation 2 Another title from the EA Sports BIG line of mayhem-injected extreme sports, this focuses on the wild world of motocross. The game shares many traits with SSX Tricky, such as graphics, controls and even near-identical gameplay, including Super Sick Tricks Freekstyle's answer to SSX's Uber Tricks. Despite its regurgitated approach, it is still impressively constructed and addictive.
EA, out now, £39.99
Freedom Force ****
PC-CDROM When the Earth comes under threat from an alien invasion, you, the player, must pick your ideal super heroes, and guide them to victory in this unusual 3D real-time strategy adventure. Once ready, you can battle your way through many one-player missions, or join with friends on the net in multi-player action. Stylish, innovative, and above all, fun.
EA, out now, £29.99
Tetris Worlds ***
PlayStation 2 Just when it seemed dead and buried, the world's most addictive mind-game, Tetris, is back to torment gamers once again. This new release features improved 3D graphics, as well as five variations on the traditional Tetris gameplay. Despite its seemingly timeless appeal, Tetris Worlds' rather monotonous theme doesn't have the infinite playability of its original incarnates.
THQ, out now, £19.99
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