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Computer and Video Games Previews (360, PSP)

Computer and Video Games has posted the following previews:
  • Virtua Tennis 3 (360)
    " The way it plays has not changed. If it had, there'd be really big and very serious trouble. You have two buttons: top spin and slice. Press them together to do a lob. That's it, that's all there's ever been and that's all you ever need."
  • Micro Machines V4 (PSP)
    " The notion of collecting is extended to pink slip racing, here called Play for Keeps. An opponent's garage can be scoured for a desirable mini motor, and the winner gets to keep it."

Sensible Soccer 2006 Demo (PC)

GameSpot has posted a demo of Sensible Soccer 2006, which weighs in at 119.2 MB.
"Check out the latest edition of Sensible Soccer as you play a match between England and Argentina."

Sensible Soccer 2006 Screenshots (PC)

Pro-G has posted some screenshots of Sensible Soccer 2006.

FlatOut 2 Screenshots (PS2, Xbox, PC)

The following websites has posted some screenshots of FlatOut 2:

Worthplaying Update (PS2, Xbox, PC, PSP)

Worthplaying has posted the following:
  • FlatOut 2 Screenshots (PS2, Xbox, PC)
    "Featuring an enhanced version of the originalís lauded physics engine with even faster driving track designs, FlatOut 2 also boasts numerous improvements, enhancements and additions to make the title the definitive FlatOut experience."
  • MotoGP Screenshots (PSP)
    "From the people that brought us the MotoGP series on PS2 and Ridge Racer on PSP, the expert team at Namco has developed this game specifically for PSP."
  • Sensible Soccer 2006 Trailer #3 (PC - 17.23 MB)
    "The all-new Sensible Soccer comes complete with lightning fast football action, mesmerising dribbling, physics defying sliding tackles and, most famously, a huge amount of unbelievable goals, that can go curling into the top corner, thanks to the outrageous levels of after-touch."
  • NFL Head Coach Trailer #7 (PS2, Xbox, PC - 12.91 MB)
    "NFL Head Coach is the first 3D strategy sports game that challenges gamers to build and manage every aspect of a football team from the ground up. A simple conversation system and an engaging 3D graphical interface allow users to immerse themselves into the lives of an NFL head coach."

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