Hail To The Chimp (Xbox360)
Itís time to determine whose King of the Jungle.
Posted: 28.07.2008 09:24 by Dakota Grabowski | Comments: 0
Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath (Xbox360)
A new control scheme and subfactions headline the expansion pack to Command & Conquer 3.
Posted: 28.07.2008 06:08 by Dakota Grabowski | Comments: 2
Top Spin 3 (Xbox360)
With a deep single player career mode, and a robust online component, Top Spin 3 has plenty to offer anyone looking for a solid tennis sim...
Posted: 17.07.2008 03:45 by Matt Keller | Comments: 0
Beijing 2008 (Xbox360)
Beijing 2008 is the official videogame to this yearís Summer Olympic Games being held in China. Carrying on a tradition that started back in...
Posted: 14.07.2008 04:00 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 0
Battlefield: Bad Company (Xbox360)
In all Battlefield: Bad Company is a game rich on realism and incredibly satisfying.
Posted: 10.07.2008 03:07 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0
Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy (Xbox360)
All in all, a game that's definitely worth playing and one we recommend as a bit of light-hearted fun after the pub on a Friday night.
Posted: 08.07.2008 06:55 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0
NAMCO have done well, but the crux of the argument is that they could have done so much better.
Posted: 07.07.2008 04:24 by Marco Fiori | Comments: 2
Sealife Safari (Xbox360)
Sea Life captures the feel of the ocean and combines it with a very casual, softcore gaming experience thatís more "Free Willy" than "Jaws".
Posted: 04.07.2008 02:59 by Rob Clarke | Comments: 1
Don King Presents: Prizefighter (Xbox360)
Once Prizefighter gets in the ring, it becomes an awkward, clumsy arcade game.
Posted: 27.06.2008 04:22 by Andy Alderson | Comments: 0
NASCAR 09 (Xbox360)
NASCAR 09, a racer packed with all of EAís prerequisite features, modes, stats and stars, and fronted by four-time NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon.
Posted: 25.06.2008 13:51 by Stevie Smith | Comments: 1
Civilization Revolution (Xbox360)
All in all, Revolution is a worthy addition to the 360 roster. Itís fun, addictive, and easy to play.
Posted: 25.06.2008 05:16 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 2
Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit (Xbox360)
Burst Limit is its own worst enemy: there are load of good ideas in there but it suffers due to the fact these aren't really explored fully.
Posted: 24.06.2008 03:34 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0
The Incredible Hulk (Xbox360)
Sadly, those who purchase The Incredible Hulk will be faced with a short, easy, frustratingly messy game that hardly justifies its retail price.
Posted: 19.06.2008 13:44 by Andy Alderson | Comments: 3
Aces of the Galaxy (Xbox360)
No game that has attempted to emulate the gameplay of Star Fox has come close to matching its quality. That is, until Aces of the Galaxy.
Posted: 17.06.2008 04:22 by Matt Keller | Comments: 0
Race Driver Grid (Xbox360)
Itís a well-presented and entirely solid racer that provides the player with a number of different driving styles to switch between.
Posted: 12.06.2008 06:27 by Sean Bell | Comments: 3
Lost Planet: Extreme Condition Colonies (Xbox360)
The Colonies Edition is not the sequel fans had hoped for, but rather a kind of greatest hits version of the original.
Posted: 11.06.2008 05:06 by Andy Alderson | Comments: 0
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (Xbox360)
At the end of it all, Enemy Territory: Quake Wars is one of those games you want to like, but canít. You want to say ďHey, itís not you, itís meĒ
Posted: 06.06.2008 03:32 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 1
Ninja Gaiden 2 (Xbox360)
Team Ninja has listened to the critics and has somehow managed to improve on what was already one of the best games of the last generation.
Posted: 04.06.2008 06:21 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 1
Iron Man (Xbox360)
If you're a fan of the film, don't buy this game. If you like movie tie-ins in general, you'll end up very disappointed by this one.
Posted: 09.05.2008 12:42 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 4
Football Manager 2008 (Xbox360)
Football Manager offers a staggering level of depth.
Posted: 21.04.2008 12:32 by Andy Alderson | Comments: 0
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty (Xbox360)
Despite the odd pleasing moment, Turning Point is never in danger of being a good game.
Posted: 11.04.2008 11:53 by Andy Alderson | Comments: 2
Condemned 2: Bloodshot (Xbox360)
All in all, Condemned 2: Bloodshot is the true definition of what we've come to expect from sequels nowadays.
Posted: 11.04.2008 11:38 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 1
Rocketmen: Axis of Evil (Xbox360)
Rocketman: Axis Of Evil is a dull shooter which tried to be an RPG and barely follows the conventions of the original tabletop game.
Posted: 09.04.2008 09:48 by Rob Rymond | Comments: 0
Universe at War: Earth Assault (Xbox360)
If you really like RTS games Universe at War might be worth a punt when it comes down in price a bit.
Posted: 08.04.2008 09:53 by Sean Bell | Comments: 2
Viking: Battle For Asgard (Xbox360)
Despite its various flaws and largely unremarkable premise, Viking never leaves you hanging.
Posted: 02.04.2008 14:08 by Sean Bell | Comments: 2
Dark Sector (Xbox360)
A mixed bag of meh, that was awesome, and shoulda-woulda-couldas
Posted: 01.04.2008 09:38 by Chris Matel | Comments: 0
Lost has proven to be one of the most popular new television series in recent years, mainly due to its serialized storyline which gets ridiculously...
Posted: 21.03.2008 12:56 by Matt Keller | Comments: 1
The Spiderwick Chronicles (Xbox360)
Spiderwick Chronicles is one of the best titles aimed at children Iíve had the fortune to play, probably since Toy Story way back on the PlayStation.
Posted: 20.03.2008 03:37 by Rob Rymond | Comments: 0
SEGA Superstars Tennis (Xbox360)
Overall, if it werenít for the slightly lacklustre Virtua Tennis 3 gameplay in the actual tennis matches, Sega Superstars Tennis would be...
Posted: 19.03.2008 14:06 by Jonny Robson | Comments: 0
Army of Two (Xbox360)
On the whole, Army of Two is really a stand-out title when it comes to stressing the importance of teamwork.
Posted: 11.03.2008 08:59 by Chris Matel | Comments: 0
Beautiful Katamari (Xbox360)
Beautiful Katamari... regardless of this review, regardless of the score, the console needs a game like this.
Posted: 07.03.2008 09:10 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0
FIFA Street 3 (Xbox360)
Fifa Street 3 attempts to capture the adrenaline-infused magic of showboating skill and frenetic attacking play...
Posted: 06.03.2008 09:39 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Band of Bugs (Xbox360)
All in all Band of Bugs was a good play, though how much replayability for the price tag it has is yet to be seen.
Posted: 04.03.2008 10:14 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 3
Dark Messiah on the 360 combines the staple elements of an RPG class system with combat mechanics pilfered from both FPS and fighting games.
Posted: 25.02.2008 13:10 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Lost Odyssey (Xbox360)
Weighing in at four discs and a relatively hefty 40-50 hours, Lost Odyssey is for the pure Japanese RPG fan.
Posted: 21.02.2008 09:26 by Joe Bennett | Comments: 0
Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess (Xbox360)
Wings of the Goddess is the fourth expansion pack to Square-Enix's widely overlooked Xbox 360 port of the PS2 and PC MMO franchise.
Posted: 20.02.2008 10:03 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Devil May Cry 4 (Xbox360)
In short, if you haven't worked it out by now, Devil May Cry 4 could and should have been so much more than it ultimately was.
Posted: 09.02.2008 04:04 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0
The Club (Xbox360)
In order to make The Club, you need to take one part Gears of War, add in a dash of Street Fighter, blend with a good dose of Geometry Wars, and...
Posted: 06.02.2008 08:56 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Burnout Paradise (Xbox360)
The hotly anticipated update from Criterion delivers the goods, although not packaged as you might expect.
Posted: 01.02.2008 11:55 by Govan Roberts | Comments: 0
Rez HD (Xbox360)
Rez always represented what games were all about: simple, beautiful and fun to play. The sometimes cell-shaded but mostly wire-frame graphics are...
Posted: 01.02.2008 10:54 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0