Games: Commandos 2; Millionaire 2; World Snooker 2002; F1 2001

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The sequel to Commandos is finally here, and has exceeded all our expectations. Now, as players attempt to foil the Third Reich, they can make use of new features such as rotating cameras, new characters, and even new manoeuvres to help their cause. The game is incredibly difficulty, and requires a high level of skill and patience to complete.

Commandos 2
PC-CDRom
*****
The sequel to Commandos is finally here, and has exceeded all our expectations. Now, as players attempt to foil the Third Reich, they can make use of new features such as rotating cameras, new characters, and even new manoeuvres to help their cause. The game is incredibly difficulty, and requires a high level of skill and patience to complete.
(Eidos, out now, £29.99)

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Second Edition
PC-CDRom
****
The biggest selling game of all time is back, with Chris Tarrant presenting. Besides all the new questions, the only real improvement is in terms of aesthetics – the game now includes an improved front end and a virtual game-show set. Overall, this is the original title with bells on – just as frustratingly addictive, but a little prettier.
(Eidos, out now, £29.99)

World Snooker 2002
PlayStation 2
****
Although there are very few memorable snooker games, World Championship Snooker 2002 is an exception. Players have the opportunity to take on the finest talent in snooker in a variety of competitions. Along with some admirable graphics, this title has the most accurate and realistic gameplay to date. Finally a cue sports sim with brains as well as beauty.
(Codemasters, out now, £39.99)

F1 2001
PC-CDROM
*****
EA's latest racing simulator is the first F1 title to offer full 2001 FIA team rosters, cars and tracks, as well as incredible weather simulations, animated pit crews and a huge amount more. In terms of graphics and gameplay, F1 2001 is unbeatable, and the inclusion of the awesome F1 management game means when you're done driving, you can run the show from behind the scenes.
(EA, out now, £29.99)

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