Call of Duty 3 (Xbox360)
A great game, but please, please! No more. It was great while it lasted.
Posted: 20.12.2006 05:55 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
Space Empires: V (PC)
SEV doesn't bring anything new to the table but it is a refinement of the genre.
Posted: 18.12.2006 03:46 by Donna Kostika | Comments: 0
Star Trek: Legacy (Xbox360, PC)
Posted: 15.12.2006 15:27 by Richard Nolan | Comments: 0
Cricket 07 (PS2)
It's December, which means it's cricket season, and for those days when you're not dedicatedly and steadfastly perched in front of the TV, EA...
Posted: 13.12.2006 07:13 by Alistair | Comments: 0
Shokrok Throwdown (PC)
If you've ever wanted to play a game of Capture the Flag meets Wrestling Smack down, all combined with alien critters then Shokrok Throwdown may...
Posted: 13.12.2006 03:44 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
The History Channel: Civil War (Xbox360)
The biggest lesson that should be learned from this game is that developers should probably never try to tackle the Civil War time period if they...
Posted: 12.12.2006 03:29 by Jamison Lanum | Comments: 0
If you forgive it for its flaws, the game accomplishes its mission. You end up with a taste of what it's like to be Tony Montana.
Posted: 12.12.2006 03:15 by John Wallace | Comments: 0
Superman Returns: The Videogame (Xbox360)
Superman doesn't do much at all to distinguish itself from any other generic adventure title that you could probably pick up in the local bargain bin.
Posted: 11.12.2006 04:00 by Mike Harradence | Comments: 0
Tony Hawk's Project 8 (Xbox360)
Project 8 is an incredibly diverse, challenging and accomplished skating romp that should appeal to fans and newcomers alike.
Posted: 07.12.2006 04:30 by Mike Harradence | Comments: 0
FoTR is a fairly run of the mill expansion pack that offers few new incentives in terms of missions or units, and it's not something for every WWII...
Posted: 07.12.2006 03:39 by Rob Holland | Comments: 0
Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam is a decent skating game with a unique idea and ambition.
Posted: 06.12.2006 09:23 by Andi Hamilton | Comments: 0
Massive Assault Network 2 is a welcome addition to the strategy genre, offering a few new ideas sprinkled over a solid base of classic turn-based...
Posted: 06.12.2006 08:24 by Andi Hamilton | Comments: 0
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 (Xbox360)
EA's built a solid golf game and a solid foundation for further games in the series to come.
Posted: 06.12.2006 03:38 by George Lester-Pearson | Comments: 0
Buccaneer's Bounty (PC)
Among this years offerings is the Cinemaware compilation of Buccaneer's Bounty, a set of three RTS/action games of trading, sailing, fighting and...
Posted: 05.12.2006 06:29 by Jena | Comments: 0
Need For Speed: Carbon (PS2)
It's undoubtedly fun, but it's debatable whether it's worth a purchase, especially if you already own its predecessor.
Posted: 04.12.2006 03:59 by Alistair | Comments: 0
Gears of War (Xbox360)
Overall I was quite impressed with Gears of War. It took a year, but now Xbox 360 owners finally have that must have title for their system.
Posted: 04.12.2006 03:23 by Eric "Erock" Peters | Comments: 0
Defend the Empires lands from the unrelenting, leaderless hordes of chaos or thrust your dark will and serve the Chaos gods themselves.
Posted: 01.12.2006 05:24 by Simon Priest | Comments: 1
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (Xbox360)
The largest compilation of playable superheroes is here and now, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance provides hours of outstanding fun.
Posted: 01.12.2006 01:27 by Enrique Leal | Comments: 0
World Series of Poker (Xbox360)
There are some advantages to Poker games over the real thing, and if you are a fan of Poker then you will definitely like this game.
Posted: 29.11.2006 10:56 by George | Comments: 0
FIFA 07 (Xbox360)
The Fifa series is considered to be one of, if not the finest, football video games.
Posted: 29.11.2006 09:20 by George | Comments: 0
Crusty Demons (PS2)
Bikes, tricks, jumps and girls - Crusty Demons hits all the right spots in terms of subject matter to make it in the extreme sports genre.
Posted: 28.11.2006 03:40 by Alistair | Comments: 0
Elite Beat Agents (DS)
Elite Beat Agents is easily the best rhythm game available on a handheld and is the best original take on the genre in some time.
Posted: 28.11.2006 02:19 by Peter Skerritt | Comments: 0
Wii Sports (Wii)
While the visuals may tend to indicate that Wii Sports is more of a tech demo than anything else... it's a load of fun to play, especially with...
Posted: 27.11.2006 06:37 by Peter Skerritt | Comments: 0
Battlefield 2142 (PC)
EA and DICE bring us conflict set 136 years into the future and it looks good, real good from a gaming point of view.
Posted: 27.11.2006 06:26 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
ANNO 1701 (PC)
City building at its finest in 1701, build, explore, settle and trade for the wealthiest colony at sea.
Posted: 27.11.2006 06:02 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
The Guild 2 (PC)
A simulator with a love affair for role-playing would be an accurate conclusion of The Guild 2's gameplay.
Posted: 23.11.2006 06:48 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
It's the best damn football game ever made, but only by a gnat's whisker, and if anything that whisker is merely the updated seasonal player data...
Posted: 22.11.2006 07:53 by Richard Nolan | Comments: 1
Happy Feet (DS)
There's no denying that penguins are cute, and thanks to the theatrical release of Happy Feet, we're about to see a lot more of them...
Posted: 21.11.2006 08:40 by Peter Skerritt | Comments: 0
Guild Wars Nightfall (PC)
Guild Wars with its third chapter release wants to prove it's still going strong with Nightfall, new lands and new follies challenge the people of...
Posted: 20.11.2006 04:53 by Simon Priest | Comments: 1
The Sims 2: Pets (DS)
You really do find yourself caring about your animal, and they are so detailed and well animated.
Posted: 15.11.2006 08:59 by Kim Kaze | Comments: 0
A New Beginning is meant to be considered a more mature start to the powerful dragonís adventures. Though can that really be considered true?
Posted: 15.11.2006 05:47 by Carlton | Comments: 0
Disgaea 2 (PS2)
Nippon Ichi Software return to their acclaimed strategy role playing game series, and all the demon themed insanity that came with the first title.
Posted: 15.11.2006 05:45 by Alistair | Comments: 1
This is the latest and most outstanding title in the Total War franchise, any history RTS buff or fan of the series would be psychotically...
Posted: 11.11.2006 14:15 by Simon Priest | Comments: 9
Sam & Max (PC)
While there is a limit to how much replayability Culture Shock offers, with a nine buck price tag it's several hours of bang for your buck.
Posted: 09.11.2006 03:34 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Kingdom Hearts II (PS2)
Part 2 of Square-Enix's Disney mash-up series offers more of what you've come to expect!
Posted: 07.11.2006 04:05 by Alistair | Comments: 0
In Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy you will find many differences that will make it more enjoyable than its predecessor.
Posted: 06.11.2006 06:56 by Enrique Leal | Comments: 0
Gothic 3 (PC)
The third installment of the Gothic series and players now explore the mainland, Myrtana, for the first time.
Posted: 06.11.2006 05:04 by Simon Priest | Comments: 1
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