When someone like Sid Meier copies a classic genre, I at least expect him to add something new and innovative to the game-play.
Posted: 03.11.2006 06:08 by Richard Nolan | Comments: 0
Joint Task Force (PC)
The ability to drive everything and anything combined with the detailed levels and highly flexible units makes it a very realistic experience for...
Posted: 02.11.2006 04:40 by Demon | Comments: 0
GTR 2 (PC)
The racing and simulation genre mesh well here in GTR 2, prepare to be challenged.
Posted: 30.10.2006 05:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
We let you know what games you should be playing for this years Halloween Season.
Posted: 25.10.2006 15:56 by Alistair | Comments: 2
If you can see through its faults and appreciate the atmosphere, Yakuza is a particularly solid action adventure title.
Posted: 25.10.2006 03:55 by Alistair W. | Comments: 0
Prey is a refreshing first person shooter that implements a lot of different aspects into a single weird-but-fun game.
Posted: 23.10.2006 04:10 by Enrique Leal | Comments: 0
Enchanted Arms (Xbox360)
The intrinsic design of every location you visit enhance the experience of playing Enchanted Arms to levels hardly imagined.
Posted: 20.10.2006 05:45 by Enrique Leal | Comments: 0
FIFA 07 (PC)
The latest installment, FIFA 07, from EA Canada creates even more opportunity for football fans to enjoy non-stop action.
Posted: 20.10.2006 04:07 by Simon Priest | Comments: 1
Three of the American Conquests series additions packed into one outdated looking compilation.
Posted: 19.10.2006 03:33 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
A professor is mysteriously taken and his daughter will stop at nothing to find both him and the truth of Tunguska, a mysterious secret since 1908.
Posted: 18.10.2006 03:30 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
The Godfather (Xbox360)
Enter the world of The Godfather as a fresh faced mobster with something to prove, and to violently avenge your family, naturally.
Posted: 02.10.2006 05:16 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Night Watch (PC)
Definitely intriguing Night Watch is worth a play through, but it wouldn't make my top ten games of the year list.
Posted: 27.09.2006 03:53 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
There can be no doubt that the game has great humour and immersive gameplay.
Posted: 25.09.2006 03:40 by Richard Nolan | Comments: 0
Weird, unique and refreshing is Russian K-D Lab's real-time strategy game.
Posted: 22.09.2006 03:15 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Coffee Tycoon (PC)
It's a game to remind yourself that there's a big wide World out there, and you're missing it!
Posted: 21.09.2006 05:34 by Simon Priest | Comments: 1
Company of Heroes (PC)
Company of Heroes could be the most revolutionary RTS to come along in awhile.
Posted: 19.09.2006 04:10 by John Wallace | Comments: 0
Saint's Row (Xbox360)
A huge dominant feature in Saints Row is the interaction with your gang.
Posted: 18.09.2006 04:14 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Sword of the Stars (PC)
For those who have lived under a very dark, technologically devoid rock, the four X's stand for explore, expand, exploit and exterminate.
Posted: 14.09.2006 03:18 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
This game is definitely frustrating on the single player because you go against an AI, which seem to have no intelligence at all, even artificial.
Posted: 05.09.2006 03:40 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
Good, but not good enough is all what I could say about the game.
Posted: 04.09.2006 05:39 by Evangeline Grace Agujo | Comments: 0
Darwinia is something special, something you can't help but love when you're inside it sprite filled universe.
Posted: 01.09.2006 08:42 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
FlatOut 2 (PC)
FlatOut 2 promises to bring back the well-loved car racing game where you take part in ensuring harm against those AI drivers going against you.
Posted: 31.08.2006 00:58 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
Barnyard (Game Cube)
The game is about a cow, which recently moved into the Barnyard.
Posted: 30.08.2006 08:21 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
Guild Wars Factions (PC)
We are welcomed into the world with stunningly beautiful scenery, vivid colours and vast areas.
Posted: 28.08.2006 05:13 by Carlton | Comments: 0
A bit late review of Armored Fury comes in with commending ratings. Check it out!
Posted: 15.08.2006 06:44 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Terrawars was a disappointing experience and one that may leave you much as the paperboy in Better Off Dead but wanting your twenty dollars.
Posted: 05.08.2006 09:21 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Cossacks II - Battle for Europe, out to take over Europe with their new stand-alone expansion which adds a turn-based skirmish mode.
Posted: 01.08.2006 14:08 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
Emergency 3 (PC)
The heart of Emergency 3 is based on the idea that it’s fun to be the first response to a variety of emergency situations.
Posted: 27.07.2006 12:38 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
This is a game with a great cover, a neat name and not a bad concept, though one that seems hard for anyone to figure out entirely.
Posted: 26.07.2006 10:49 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Titan Quest (PC)
Titan Quest is a game that looks nice, plays well, and has immense opportunities both for replaying, and for making your own worlds.
Posted: 21.07.2006 06:06 by Rob Holland | Comments: 0
All in all, this is not the best of games available; it is a simple role-playing game for slower systems.
Posted: 20.07.2006 03:31 by Carlton | Comments: 0
Soldier Elite (PC)
The gameplay itself can be very frustrating. Enemies are so powerful that they can take advantage of you at any moment.
Posted: 13.07.2006 07:10 by Evangeline Grace Agujo | Comments: 0
Darkstar One (PC)
Darkstar One is as cold and empty as space itself once the novelty of trading or being a "system rebel" wears off.
Posted: 11.07.2006 04:09 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
NFL Head Coach (PC)
NFL Head Coach is a game specifically catered to football enthusiasts who are not really on the nitty-gritty of football technicalities.
Posted: 10.07.2006 13:51 by Evangeline Grace Agujo | Comments: 0
Sensible Soccer 2006 (PC)
If you're a soccer fanatic who's more on the spirit, then this is the game for you.
Posted: 09.07.2006 00:16 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 1
Moscow to Berlin (PC)
In the end I found Moscow to Berlin to be an entertaining addition, with a great game engine.
Posted: 08.07.2006 07:20 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
Wildlife Park 2 (PC)
Overall, the zoo god experience can be fulfilling, knowing that you are in control of everything alive in the picture.
Posted: 02.07.2006 08:35 by Evangeline Grace Agujo | Comments: 0
Half-Life 2: Episode One is a wonderful addition to the widely-lauded Half-Life series. Just perfect game pacing and splendid atmosphere.
Posted: 01.07.2006 03:26 by Evangeline Grace Agujo | Comments: 0
Micro Machines v4 (PS2)
If you're tired of the usual racecar gaming of driving, bumping and buying – take a breath of fresh air with the Micro Machines V4.
Posted: 29.06.2006 04:32 by Evangeline Grace Agujo | Comments: 0
The immediate thing you'll notice is the beauty of the game; everything is drawn and placed with great care and detail.
Posted: 28.06.2006 02:04 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0