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
City Life (PC)
Overall I have to rate City Life as one of my favorite city builders, bringing back a lot of nostalgia for my early Sims City days.
Posted: 26.06.2006 23:55 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
You and your friend will surely enjoy bringing your troops to beat 100 armies of your enemy and taking on the shoe of the hero.
Posted: 26.06.2006 02:43 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
One of the most brilliant general in the Western civilization is being relived in this second expansion of the Rome: Total War Series.
Posted: 25.06.2006 03:04 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
This is definitely for players who are up for the challenge of making lightning-quick decisions.
Posted: 24.06.2006 05:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
I am truly spellbound by the splendor of this game, hooray to Nival for bringing back Heroes of Might and Magic.
Posted: 23.06.2006 02:27 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
Grand Theft Auto's original flavor never ceases to keep its fans voraciously playing and adding more followers by the day.
Posted: 22.06.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Glory of the Roman Empire is a great game for those looking to create a functional and beautiful Roman legacy.
Posted: 21.06.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Barrow Hill (PC)
Looks can be deceiving and this game is the ultimate testament to that fact. On initial impression Barrow Hill looked creatively cheap.
Posted: 20.06.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Rogue Trooper (PC)
Fighting to save the planet you live in is such a heroic act from soldiers who put their own lives on the line.
Posted: 18.06.2006 00:00 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
Void War (PC)
Void War is a tribute to old style dog fighting games, but set in the depths of space and with much cooler weaponry.
Posted: 18.06.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
The impression is that it's an okay game, I wasn't screaming to have my time and money back, but not one that I'll replay multiple times.
Posted: 17.06.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
The Da Vinci Code (Xbox)
Fans of the movie will find a very faithful following of plot and device in this game, but there are a few additional secrets tossed in there too.
Posted: 16.06.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Hitman: Blood Money (PC)
I would recommend the game to those who wish to feel immersed in a game, but not to those that were hoping for an action-oriented shooter.
Posted: 15.06.2006 00:00 by Bruno Roussel | Comments: 0
Utopia City (PC)
Utopia City does have some unique qualities in the form of rewarding artefacts and its energy based gameplay mechanic.
Posted: 11.06.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Over the Hedge (PC)
I can't say this was the best game I've played this year. To be honest it likely won't even make my top fifty list.
Posted: 03.06.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
The turn based combined with RTF is unique and fun, providing a little time for thinking and not so much twitchy trigger finger.
Posted: 02.06.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Rush for Berlin (PC)
A fast action and welcomed spin on a WWII game, emphasising the very need to rush for Berlin.
Posted: 02.06.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
In comparison to other titles out there it's not a threatening contender so for those looking for the next great thing, you won't find it anywhere...
Posted: 30.05.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
The bottom line for Sin Episodes: Emergence is that it has some nice features which make it better than an average FPS.
Posted: 29.05.2006 00:00 by Rob Holland | Comments: 0
X-Men: The Official Movie Game (Xbox360)
The game does have some high points, but X-Men: The official game is exactly what you’d expect out of a movie game.
Posted: 26.05.2006 00:00 by Jason Ferguson | Comments: 0
At the end of the day this was a game that I wanted to like after the rest of the series, but it just didn't deliver when I really wanted it to.
Posted: 25.05.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Battlefield 2: Modern Combat (Xbox360)
Overall Battlefield 2: Modern Combat is a solid FPS, which will offer enjoyment mainly to people who've not played the last-gen version.
Posted: 24.05.2006 00:00 by Ali Owen | Comments: 0
Legion Arena (PC)
A Roman strategy with a twist so instead of focusing on the Empire as its supreme governor, you're charged only with the matters of Imperial...
Posted: 23.05.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Onimusha 3: Demon Siege (PS2)
The game opens with the player taking on the leading role of Samanosuke, the same efficient and good looking hero from the first game.
Posted: 21.05.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
MVP 06: NCAA Baseball (PS2)
For those who prefer to play the MLB way, don't let this game's NCAA premise deter you!
Posted: 20.05.2006 00:00 by Debra Pachucki | Comments: 0
Mega Man X Collection (PS2)
The Mega Man X Collection might leave a bit to be desired, but is still worth the purchase due to the cool bonus features that you’ll only get with...
Posted: 19.05.2006 00:00 by Debra Pachucki | Comments: 0
Blood is so hard to get off iron gratings.
Posted: 19.05.2006 00:00 by Alex Jeffreys | Comments: 0
Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure has great gameplay, great rhythm and an even greater story.
Posted: 18.05.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
The Longest Journey brings with it some of the best ideas from the original, some of its own charm and a few unnecessary hangers on.
Posted: 17.05.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII (PC, Xbox360)
Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII is well worth the price and a very enjoyable FPS flight experience.
Posted: 14.05.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Tomb Raider: Legend (PC)
Happily the latest Croft offering, Tomb Raider: Legend, remembers its past, while embracing the present.
Posted: 12.05.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Crime Stories (PC)
All in all I can't say that I enjoyed my experience with Crime Stories and was very glad when my visit with Martin Mystere came to an end.
Posted: 11.05.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
I greeted CSI: 3 Dimensions of Murder with a lot of expectation and found that I wasn't disappointed.
Posted: 09.05.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
The timing is the end of WWII where the German forces are on the run and Stalin's army pushing forward to the walls of Berlin.
Posted: 07.05.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Auto Assault (PC)
Back story alone does not create a gripping experience, its the community that really makes a MMORPG, at present that is still lacking.
Posted: 06.05.2006 00:00 by Alex Jeffreys | Comments: 0
Without going into too much detail, you are a fresh faced, green horned rookie. An immediate beauty to this game is the freedom available to you.
Posted: 05.05.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
If you liked any of the original Wild Arms titles, this one will definitely be just as enjoyable.
Posted: 04.05.2006 00:00 by Debra Pachucki | Comments: 0