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Calling All Cars is the first "small" game by David Jaffe, the guy behind God of War. Apparently he's concentrating on small, "fun" games at the moment because, basically, he likes making them.

His blog's pretty entertaining if you like that sort of thing.

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Are you all mad? Its crap..its Cel Damage with a different camera position..and stupid catch criminal objectives...and it glitches like mad. Watch the camera go in and out of the scenery. It's David Jaffe correctness gone mad!

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Are you all mad? Its crap..its Cel Damage with a different camera position..and stupid catch criminal objectives...and it glitches like mad. Watch the camera go in and out of the scenery. It's David Jaffe correctness gone mad!

Oh you've played it then have you?

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Is Blast Factor worth a punt?

I haven't got a 360 by the way, so I've not played Mutant Storm or Geometry Wars.

For £3.50 I'd say yes, I enjoy playing it (looking at my friends list high scores though, I think I might be the only one).

I don't have a 360 either so can't compare the GW etc.

You can always download the demo for nowt to see for yourself, I don't think the demo does the game justice though.

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Can someone help me with this. i got my copy of casino royale, sat down to watch it and the colours are all wrong.

This will show you what I mean better than any description.

At the moment, I am running my ps3 through composite. This will change when I move house in a couple of months. but is there anything that I can do now to sort this out?

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Are you all mad? Its crap..its Cel Damage with a different camera position..and stupid catch criminal objectives...and it glitches like mad. Watch the camera go in and out of the scenery. It's David Jaffe correctness gone mad!

No, it's seriously good.

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For PAL users, a nice increase in BC titles. For US/JP users, and hopefully PAL users soon, the ability to play PS1 games purchased from the PS Store on the PS3, instead of just on the PSP. Also allows for PS1 save files to be moved between PSP and PS3, so you could play a game on the portable, get home and continue where you left of on the PS3.

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For £3.50 I'd say yes, I enjoy playing it (looking at my friends list high scores though, I think I might be the only one).

I don't have a 360 either so can't compare the GW etc.

You can always download the demo for nowt to see for yourself, I don't think the demo does the game justice though.

Cool. I did download the demo but it only lasts about twenty seconds. Reckon I'll pick it up, simply beacuse it seems a bit silly to um and ah over £3.50 when you've just bought something the whole of the internet is telling you is overpriced.

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Not sure, but not likely. Blu-Ray is regions the US/JAP together, Europe as another entity.

Edit: I have a link to a review site that lists releases and their region compatibility at home, but Planet Earth is likely too new to be on it yet.

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When it was on TV yes, but not on the newly released DVDs

Yep accroding to amazon.com it's Dicky Attenborough who's on the Blu-Ray and HD DVD releases.

With regards to region freeness it's not listed yet on http://bluray.lindsite.dk/. However it's released by BBC Warner, presuming that they are essentially the same as Warner Pictures then it'll most likely be region free as all their Blu-Ray discs are.

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