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  1. That's an ace score for 1080 and thoroughly deserved. It's a real racer and very addictive.. because it doesn't feature laps then the drive to try and shave a few seconds off is very strong. Also, the developers KNOW that this is the case, so "restart" is very very quick.. no messing about. What I've found is that I've been hairing down one track, not quite got the exact line, pause.... restart.. and away I go. Since it only typically takes less than a minute start to finish, going through this is no problem. Tis ace. Go buy.. You will like. EDIT - Haven't read the review, but judging by the score and how Edge do their reviews, it feels to me as though they are perhaps the first mag to really understand what 1080 is about and stop comparing it to bloody SSX3... to which it is completely different. imho. IIRC, SSX3 got 7, although I may be wrong. Its cheap now as well, I think I saw it in gamestation for about £25. It really is very good.
  2. This could be a thing that costs me money I had feared it would be quite rubbish. An 8 in Edge sounds good, though. I'll buy it now, and get the Zelda disc in the process. You won't be dissapointed, i've played it everyday for about 2 months, I can't get enough.
  3. My copies gone missing in the Parcel Force void and I keep getting transferred from department to department at Comet with no-one being able to tell me where its gone. Anyone else had trouble getting hold of theirs?
  4. esar

    StarFox Armada

    Use the same voice actors as were used on the N64 version (especially General Pepper). I'd also like to 2nd the view that he shouldn't get out of his ship, weld him in the fucker!
  5. Hasn't it been released in Japan? Apparently it looks good but is unplayable due to the language barrier. That was ages ago though wasn't it and I haven't even seen it listed for US release.
  6. Whatever happened to Giftpia, In was looking forward to that.
  7. I've got it at home, i'll post it up tomorrow morning if no-one else does before me (does that make sense?)
  8. I got this yesterday and wasn't expecting much after seeing the reviews but I loved it straight away. Everything I loved about the original is still there but with much better designed courses. Some of the races are really intense.
  9. Going with this point - I've noticed in the run up to Xmas in the US NOA have obviously been doing something to counter this in the US by running ads for a lot of non-exclusive games (e.g. THUG, PoP, Soul Calibur) and having "Gamecube" logo prominent at the end of the ad. Clearly their message is "yes - these games you want are on the Gamecube", something it sounds like NOE could learn from. NOE have started doing that over here as well I notice with the TV ads for the new EA Lord Of The Rings game.
  10. I'd go for the original, the Master Quest is a bit too (irritatingly) hard.
  11. I've ordered one too, its worth a go. Their delivery times things a bit dump though, can't they just post it?
  12. Its my JAP Gameboy Player disc that I need to play mainly so saving isn't an issue. cheers for the advice.
  13. Its kind of snapped off and fallen inside the GC and I think you need a special screwdriver to open it up. I just thought a Freeloader might be a bit easier seeing as I only have about 3 JAP games.
  14. I've got a JAP Cube modded to play US games but the switch at the back snapped off at the weekend so it'll only play US games. I'm getting a Freeloader so I can play my JAP games but does anyone know of any problems loading up JAP games on a US Cube using Freeloader 1.6b?
  15. Completely forgotten about this game, a true gem. Now, where did I put my copy?
  16. I'm playing through the Master Quest at the moment and its taken over my life. Luckily my memory is shit and i've completely forgotten playing it the first time so the magic is fresh again. The Master Quest gets bloody hard later on though!
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