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For those toting around a PSP, you now have a great game to buy and Primotechnology.com has the review for you:

Taking place before the events of the first two games, Chains of Olympus follows the adventures of merciless anti-hero Kratos, freshly employed by the Gods but no less irate from their endless demands. Tasked with overthrowing a plot to cast the human world into perpetual darkness and banishing the Gods to an eternal slumber, Kratos will travel across war-ravaged seas, demon-infested ruins, and even the smoldering pits of Hades itself, grudgingly working as the assassin of the Gods, until they one day fulfill their promise of having the haunting memories of his past atrocities expelled from his mind forever.

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Primotechnology has an excellent review of Devil May Cry 4 up. Here’s an excerpt:

With Devil May Cry 4, Capcom decides to both play it safe and live dangerously. The former can be seen with the familiar demon-slaying gameplay, but the latter revolves around the newest main character, Nero. As Metal Gear Solid 2’s Raiden has proven, passing the protagonist torch can be a very risky move that can alienate fans, but there is little doubt that newcomer Nero will be met with a much warmer response.

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There are times when I hear a YTMND and I can’t stop laughing. This is one such time. More Peter Chimaera incoming!

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Primotechnology has posted an excellent review of the Wii game NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams. Here’s an excerpt:

NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams, a sequel to the 11 year old Sega Saturn game NiGHTS: Into Dreams that was Sega’s answer to Mario 64 on the Nintendo 64, tells the tale of Will and Helen, two children who find themselves trapped inside the dream world Nightopia. With many of the key development staff returning to again flesh out the NiGHTS’ muilti-verse, all of the trademark themes are here: cute nightopians, devious nightmarens, enchanting music, and imaginative visuals.

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Primotechnology just recently reviewed Ghost Squad for the Wii. Here’s an excerpt from the article:

You begin the game as part of the G.H.O.S.T, or Global Humanitarian Operation and Special Tactics, Squad, a group of specialized soldiers based in the United States and operating under the authority of the U.N. Their objective is to take out terrorist targets without leaving any traces of their passing. After receiving instructions from your Commander, you play as Alpha Team and find support in the way of teams Bravo, Charlie, and Delta. During the game, you fight the Indigo Wolves, a terrorist group seeking to throw the world into complete turmoil by capturing presidents and holding military personnel hostage. It’s your job to take them down at all costs.

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There are things on the internet that are just too good for their own good. Peter Chimaera’s story about Dante from Devil May Cry is one such thing.

First learned about here and later found here and here. Enjoy! I know I did.

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Primotechnology just recently reviewed Endless Ocean for the Wii. This is what they had to say:

Dive. Discover. Dream.

These three words describe the premise behind Endless Ocean, Nintendo’s entry into the much ignored diving/exploration genre. You’ll spend most of your time swimming through beautiful coral reefs and seeking out lost treasures while interacting with a host of marine life and learning about ancient civilizations. Thankfully, Arika, the developer behind Everblue and Everblue 2 for the Playstation 2, has experience with this type of game and has had the time to work out all of the kinks, delivering a fun, robust experience that is well worth the price of entry.

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