GTA IV review

Grand Theft Auto IV or GTA IV as it’s more commonly known, has been a long time coming for fans of the long running series. Xbox owners managed to grab the last game GTA: San Andreas after a long wait, whereas the PS2 masses were able to sample its delights

Dark Sector review

Digital Extremes has been responsible for some good games over the years, what with the Unreal games on various systems as well as the highly ambitious and somewhat over critically reviewed Pariah on Xbox. Well Dark Sector is the team’s latest creation and features a special ops character called Hayden

Rainbow Six Vegas 2 review

Team Rainbow are back and once again are called into action against the terrorist threat that seems to have focused on Las Vegas USA. The original Rainbow Six Vegas was well received across the board and whilst there were a number of annoyances with the game, Red Storm has had

SEGA Superstars Tennis review

There have been a number of tennis games throughout the ages on consoles, and like all sports games it’s somewhat difficult to deviate from the basic rules that make the sports what they are in the first place. As far as tennis games go, we’ve had some wacky additions to

Condemned 2: Bloodshot review

Ethan Thomas the protagonist of the launch title Condemned had a pretty rough time of things both mentally and physically, as he battled his inner demons and a serial killer who tried to frame him for murders of his colleagues. It’s enough to drive anyone, not only insane but most

Bully Scholarship Edition review

I missed out on Bully when it launched on the PS2 and so coming into Bullworth on the Xbox 360 is a fresh experience for me despite knowing that essentially the game is a PS2 port with a few extras thrown in for good measure. Bully follows the story of

Army of Two review

Army of Two tells the story of military hard men Tyson Rios and Elliot Salem who are thrust into hot spots across the globe as a two man team. After completing a mission in Somalia they are recruited into the SSC, a PMC (Private Military Corporation) which sends the duo