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
Armored Core 4 (Xbox360)
Armoured Core has always been known as a gearheads dream, and whilst version 4 tones down the complexity somewhat, newcomers are still likely to be...
Posted: 17.07.2007 03:14 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
The Darkness (Xbox360)
The real focus of the title has always been to provide a compelling single-player story, and on that level The Darkness deserves nothing but the...
Posted: 05.07.2007 03:07 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 1
Monster Madness: Battle For Suburbia (Xbox360)
The story behind Monster Madness is a simple one, your town has been taken over by flesh eating zombies and you and your friends have to do...
Posted: 19.06.2007 12:10 by Eric | Comments: 0
Distribution issues aside, Shadowrun is a solidly average shooter that may appeal to hardcore fans looking for something a little bit different.
Posted: 06.06.2007 12:04 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Battlestations: Midway (Xbox360)
The intellectual and the bloodthirsty combine in this mix of strategy and action, as you take control of everything the 1940s navy has to offer.
Posted: 19.02.2007 03:51 by Dan Thornton | Comments: 0
Lost Planet: Extreme Condition (Xbox360)
Yes folks, we're well inside Lost Planet, along with over one million of you who've apparently downloaded the Xbox LIVE demo, or bought it.
Posted: 14.02.2007 06:18 by Miss Kaze | Comments: 0
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas (Xbox360)
Practically the opposite of a run-and-gun game, Ubisoft delivers another hit with Rainbow Six Vegas.
Posted: 02.01.2007 02:50 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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