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Tuesday, February 22, 2005
07:10 PM - February 22, 2005. Posted by hdaniel1.
Game Chronicles has posted their review of Crash 'N' Burn, giving it a overall score of 7.1 out of 10.
"I’m not going to blow exhaust up your tailpipe. Yes, there are better racing games out there, but that doesn’t stop me from recommending Crash “N” Burn to anyone who is looking for a non-serious racing title that focuses on wrecks."

12:39 PM - February 22, 2005. Posted by Fetter21.
Game Zone has posted the following:
  • Major League Baseball 2k5 Interview (PS2 & Xbox)
    "As far as pitching goes we really went all out this year with K-Zone Pitching. The way that works is not only does it look great, but it gives you control over every aspect that a pitcher would have."
  • NASCAR SimRacing Interview (PC)
    "NASCAR SimRacing provides Telemetry exactly as real race drivers would get. Telemetry provides players with very detailed feedback about their car and driving style. Multiple laps can be overlaid and compared exactly at any point of any lap."

12:25 PM - February 22, 2005. Posted by Fetter21.
Games Radar has posted their review of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2005, giving it a 4 out of 5.
"It's graphically a little perfunctory at times, and the sounds are a bit naff on occasion (the squawking of seagulls comes to mind), but if you fancy a bit of golf on your DS, you really can't go wrong."

10:04 AM - February 22, 2005. Posted by hdaniel1.
Worthplaying has posted the following:
  • Fight Night Round 2 Screenshots (PS2, Xbox, GameCube)
    "EA announced today that Bernard Hopkins, the Middleweight Champion of the World, will serve as the official spokesman and cover athlete for EA Sports Fight Night Round 2."
  • RPM Tuning Screenshots (PS2, Xbox, PC)
    "Get behind the wheel and be ready to live numerous driving experiences in Los Angeles; choose your car to be fully customized: add loads of new tuning elements either on the body or in the mechanics of your car."
  • Fight Night Round 2 Preview (PS2, Xbox)
    "The damage model employed here is another major face-lift. Individual punches will affect, swell and cut the areas they hit, so if you start getting a little mouse under your left eye, be prepared for your opponent to start popping away at that wound, trying to get it to open up and bleed."

10:04 AM - February 22, 2005. Posted by hdaniel1.
Gamers Europe has posted their review of ESPN NFL 2K5, giving it a score of 8.5 out of 10.
"What separates ESPN NFL 2K5 from mediocre American Football games is the fact that every movement made by every player feels like it is based upon some calculation of momentum. Regardless of whether you wish to tackle the game’s in-depth franchise mode, or return once or twice a month for a quick blast, there is one word that can sum up the experience: solid."

10:03 AM - February 22, 2005. Posted by hdaniel1.
ToTheGame has posted some screenshots of WWE Wrestlemania XXI.
"The WWE experience has never been more lifelike with Superstar voice-over and commentary, an all-new pro-reversal system and motion capture technology making this the most realistic looking grappler to date."

10:03 AM - February 22, 2005. Posted by hdaniel1.
3DAvenue has posted their review of Pro Rugby Manager 2, giving it a overall score of 88 out of 100.
"Pro Rugby Manager 2 takes everything that was superb about the original game and improves on it to make an even easier to play simulation. The inclusion of licenses helps the game but it would be nice to see a few more from outside Europe as well."

10:02 AM - February 22, 2005. Posted by hdaniel1.
GameBiz has posted their review of Pro Evolution Soccer 4, giving it a score of 90%.
"This game is so good it’s almost better than real footy … well not quite. But regardless this is the game for anyone with even a remote interest in football. All the players and teams are there from the major leagues worldwide. Frankly, if you are interested in football and haven’t bought this game yet then I suggest you start saving your pennies."

07:02 AM - February 22, 2005. Posted by Steve_OS.
GameArena has posted their preview of Forza Motorsport.
"It’s good to see a healthy level of respect for Polyphony Digital and the GT franchise from Johnson. While it can be argued that Forza and Gran Turismo 4 will be held against each other by race fans, regardless of your system patriotism, there’s no denying the impact of the GT franchise, and Johnson isn’t afraid to appreciate what the series has accomplished."

07:01 AM - February 22, 2005. Posted by Steve_OS.
Eurogamer has posted the following:
  • UEFA Champs League 2004-2005 Review (Xbox - 6/10)
    "We could go on, but that really is pretty much it. You win the Champions League. That's the point. This is a slick, professional game made to allow those that dream of wearing a United number 9, flirting with Del Piero and dumping him with a quizzical expression in the midfield, then leasing a screaming shot from 30 yards to baffle the keeper, singe the net, reduce the Stadio Delle Alpi to chaos and take glory back to Manchester. It's a good game because FIFA is a good game, and EA produces licensed video game products better than anyone else in the world. But if you own FIFA you're buying it simply for the branding and the thrill of "being in" the Champions League, and your affair with it will be fleeting. As fleeting as the event itself, in reality."
  • SEGA to Publish NHL Eastside Hockey Manager 2005 (PC)
    "SEGA Europe is set to publish NHL Eastside Hockey Manager 2005 this summer on PC/Mac, full of new features and revisions - many of which were influenced by feedback from fans of last year's Eastside Hockey title."

07:01 AM - February 22, 2005. Posted by Steve_OS.
2K Sports have posted their daily screenshot of Major League Baseball 2K5.

Monday, February 21, 2005
11:00 PM - February 21, 2005. Posted by Steve_OS.
We have just posted our Q&A session w/ readers of our Forums reguarding our beta copy of MVP Baseball 2005. You will aslo find some screenshots that we promised to include.

06:29 PM - February 21, 2005. Posted by RustedWalleye.
Computer and Video Games has posted the following reviews:
  • ESPN NHL 2K5 (PS2)
    "Out on the rink the game has been carefully tuned so it's not too easy to score and not too congested so that you can't find a way through. There are also plenty of options to make the game as arcadey or as realistic as you like."
  • Hot Wheels Stunt Track Challenge (Xbox)
    "The career mode takes the form of a futuristic game show where players work through reasonably fun mini-challenges, be it racing against AI drivers or completing stunt-based or long jump timed challenges."

04:54 PM - February 21, 2005. Posted by RustedWalleye.
Gamers Hell has posted some screenshots of RPM Tuning for the PC.
"RPM Tuning features nine characters and four different play modes (the adventure mode includes 54 missions). In comparison with the PS2 version, the PC one contains numerous new elements, like a slow motion option for spectacular actions, an improved vehicle handling, and various lighting and special effects."

03:13 PM - February 21, 2005. Posted by Steve_OS.
We have just posted our NBA Street V3 review. Find out what Clay Shaver has to say about it.
"As the real NBA hits their "All-Star Weekend" and prepares for the homestretch push to the playoffs, the team at EA Sports Big has released a late-season addition to an already crowded basketball market with the third chapter in the their "Street" series simply titled “NBA Street V3”. Checking in over three months after the latest round of b-ball titles, will the extra time, fresh legs, and street edge find a way to score significant console minutes? How will they respond to the critical success of that other street ball game? Lace them kicks up tight. Tilt that cap. Pull them socks up high. It’s on."