Splinter Cell Conviction review

It has been four years in the making and with a complete overhaul some two years ago, Ubisoft’s Splinter Cell Conviction has finally arrived. We last saw Sam Fisher on Xbox 360 in Double Agent, which although upped the ante somewhat, wasn’t so well received. It appeared that gamers were

Hitman Blood Money review

I’ve always been a big fan of the Hitman games ever since I played Hitman 2 on Xbox several years ago. Whilst the game play featured similarities to games such as Metal Gear Solid and Splinter Cell, Hitman games have always had their own flavour of stealth. I think the

Perfect Dark review

Goldeneye on the Nintendo 64 (N64) is highly regarded and perhaps universally recognized as one of gamings great and most influential first person shooters of our time. The game cemented developers Rare well and truly on the gaming map and was the pinnacle of console gaming for a number of

Final Fantasy XIII review

It has been a long time coming and finally Square Enix’s new role playing game has arrived on Xbox 360. Once a Playstation only series, it’s taken this many years for the series to arrive on Xbox, although we’re ignoring the not so good Final Fantasy XII which seemed a

Tropico 3 review

Sim City has so far been absent on Xbox 360 and so this has led to a void when it comes to resource management/strategy/ tycoon games this generation. Although we have been blessed with Civilization Revolution and Theme Park, for those gamers looking for a more deeper experience have had

Mass Effect 2 review

Mass Effect was heralded as a benchmark game for Western role playing games, providing gamers with a neat balance of action, storytelling and vast exploration. Not quite a full-on third person shooter, or turned based RPG it sat perfectly in the middle of the two genres capturing the imaginations of

Dark Void review

Dark Void is the latest game from Capcom and pits players into a desperate sci-fi world where alien godlike beings threaten the sanctity of Earth. You take control of leading and unwitting hero Will, a pilot who is thrown into the thick of things at the drop of a hat.