Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix (Xbox360)
It's the perfect Street Fighter 2 for your console.
Posted: 30.12.2008 22:30 by James Pikover | Comments: 9
Tomb Raider: Underworld (Xbox360)
Tomb Raider Underworld is 2008ís best adventure title to date with highly-involving puzzle elements mixed in with crowd-pleasing platforming.
Posted: 19.11.2008 11:24 by Dakota Grabowski | Comments: 4
Gears of War 2 (Xbox360)
Bigger, better and more badass? Read our review and find out.
Posted: 10.11.2008 09:18 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 17
Dead Space (Xbox360)
Yes, its over-dramatized sound may startle the neighbors, but with so much packed into one game, missing it would be much, much scarier.
Posted: 31.10.2008 07:09 by James Pikover | Comments: 21
LEGO Batman: The Videogame (Xbox360)
Traveller's Tales plunders Arkham asylum for one of the best LEGO titles yet.
Posted: 14.10.2008 13:08 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 3
Saint's Row 2 (Xbox360)
Thereís no denying, Saintís Row 2 is pure entertainment and last time we checked, that most definitely isnít a sin.
Posted: 13.10.2008 09:00 by Richard Walker | Comments: 3
Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway (Xbox360)
However, if we look beyond the politics I must say that as a stand-alone squad shooter it's a solid game if slightly unremarkable.
Posted: 10.10.2008 03:00 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 4
Mercenaries 2: World in Flames (Xbox360)
Much like the technology on show in Pandemic's latest open-world destructathon, Mercenaries 2 has an air of 2006 about it.
Posted: 19.09.2008 05:38 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 6
Soul Calibur IV (Xbox360)
Darth Vader and Yoda steal the spotlight from the Soulcalibur regulars.
Posted: 18.08.2008 08:10 by Dakota Grabowski | Comments: 5
Unreal Tournament III (Xbox360)
Taking a break from their ever popular Gearís franchise, Epic Games has revisited Unreal Tournament and brought it into the current generation...
Posted: 13.08.2008 10:20 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 5
Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 (Xbox360)
Itís simplistic gaming with an addictive edge. A game for everyone, which is well worth your precious Microsoft Points.
Posted: 04.08.2008 03:09 by Marco Fiori | Comments: 1
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Xbox360)
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is exactly what the Call of Duty franchise needed. An exquisite title with an awe-inducing single player campaign,...
Posted: 04.12.2007 07:00 by James Pikover | Comments: 1
Timeshift is a well rounded package and offers a lengthy single player campaign and lots of hours over Xbox Live if multiplayer is your type of thing.
Posted: 22.11.2007 04:51 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0
F.E.A.R. Files (Xbox360)
F.E.A.R Files offers FPS fans a quick burst of activity before the next triple A title arrives and if you've played the original you'll certainly...
Posted: 21.11.2007 03:10 by Rob Rymond | Comments: 0
Crash of the Titans (Xbox360)
After the lukewarm reception to Twinsanity, can this new game light a fire underneath the once triumphant bandicoot's flagging franchise, or will...
Posted: 20.11.2007 10:51 by Alistair Wallis | Comments: 0
Spider-Man: Friend or Foe (Xbox360)
Spiderman: Friend or Foe is a children's title that will put adults to sleep, either through the tedious battles or juvenile dialogue.
Posted: 29.10.2007 05:05 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
The Orange Box (Xbox360)
From what started as the game of the year with a short and sweet sequel, the Half-Life franchise is now well known for being the best of the best.
Posted: 26.10.2007 13:06 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
Halo 3 (Xbox360)
As the previous two games, the story is still as convoluted as ever with twists and turns at every level.
Posted: 01.10.2007 03:09 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 4
With the premise of being a sleeping evil being, you find a world where evil isn't much of a hassle. You're woken to fix that and bring balance to...
Posted: 03.09.2007 02:47 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
Jack, whose name we know only from a name written on a cutscene birthday present, begins the tale plane-wrecked in the ocean, saved only by a very...
Posted: 29.08.2007 04:28 by James Pikover | Comments: 1