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Published: 2013-01-28T00:22:01+01:00

 



System Rush

2005-09-30T13:54:00+01:00

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Worms World Party

2005-07-28T15:46:00+01:00

On my old Apple II it was Artillery. On my childhood neighbour’s IBM-PC it was Scorched Earth. Nowadays, despite a million knockoffs, there is no denying that Worms is the defining game in the turn-based artillery genre. And of all the Worms games released, one of the finest without a doubt is Worms World Party on the N-Gage. Continue reading the full review at AAS...



Glimmerati

2005-06-28T22:59:00+01:00

Announced at E3 (okay E3 2004), Glimmerati is another of Nokia’s 'own' titles. If they’re hoping for a genre-defining driving game (in the same way that Pathway To Glory is the mobile war game of choice now) then unfortunately they’ve not quite hit the mark. Continue reading the full review at AAS...



X-Men Legends

2005-06-23T17:28:00+01:00

X-Men Legends, as everyone knows, is a port of the popular PS2, Xbox and Gamecube game, with a sequel later this year or early next on those systems (and the N-Gage!). Before that happens there is an outlet for the interested X-Men fan and that is the N-Gage port of those larger titles. To do this review right I bought and played all the way through the Xbox title (damn glitch on that comic book kept me from 100% completion) before reviewing the N-Gage version. So first let's talk about the home version before we get mobile. If you have played one of those versions or are uninterested in those you can skip this next bit and won't lose much. Continue reading the full review at AAS...



Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory

2005-04-22T15:19:00+01:00

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SSX: Out Of Bounds

2005-02-16T03:37:00+01:00

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King of Fighters: Extreme

2005-02-07T17:04:00+01:00

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Snakes

2005-01-28T17:33:00+01:00

It’s probably the biggest thing to come out for the N-Gage. Sure you can keep all your Pathway to Glory missions, your Pocket Kingdom Castles, or even your nifty suspension settings for Colin McRae’s Rally. The N-Gage signature title is here. Continue reading the full review at AAS...



Call of Duty

2005-01-14T16:16:00+01:00

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Pocket Kingdom

2004-12-24T17:37:00+01:00

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Sega Rally Championship

2004-12-09T17:05:00+01:00

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Colin McRae Rally 2005

2004-12-08T19:21:00+01:00

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Operation Shadow

2004-12-02T20:16:00+01:00

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Elder Scrolls Travels: Shadowkey

2004-11-29T19:41:00+01:00

Epic time-consumers (wasters?) are something that have been missing from the N-Gage, until now. Shadowkey is a First Person RPG, in the spirit of such games as Ultima Underworld, Daggerfall and Morrowind (the two latter games being part of the Elder Scrolls series)... and you'll have to pardon my Ultima Underworld references, but Ultima Underworld is something that I hold in very high regard as far as First Person RPG's go. I have now put some 10 hours into Shadowkey and barely gotten into the main plot of it, so the game is definitely more time consuming than the average n-gage title. The plot is centred on a war and a threat that rises from the shadows in midst of it, and it's up to you to save the world. Why Shadowkey? Because there are 'shadowkeys' and doors in just about every dungeon and they also play a part in the main plot due to their mysterious powers. Continue reading the full review at AAS...



FIFA 2005

2004-11-24T20:47:00+01:00

Has It Been A Year Already? Electronic Arts are known to throw another new version of their sports games on the market each year, aptly named after the year to come (much easier to remember than Nokia's phone IDs, by the way) FIFA on the N-Gage is no exception. It is special on the N-Gage, though, as it is the first sequel of a game there. Continue reading the full review at AAS...