Star Wars: The Force Unleashed review

LucusArts’ Star Wars: The Force Unleashed has been a long time coming, and after some impressive tech demo movies which showed off the game engine released what feels like years ago; fans of the saga have been patiently waiting for this game. Well the wait is over as gamers can

FaceBreaker review

Boxing games have been few and far between on Xbox 360 with only a handful of them to grace the console when compared to the huge number of other sports related games, such as Soccer, American Football, Golf etc. Unlike these more mainstream sports, Boxing does not seem to warrant

Infinite Undiscovery review

Infinite Undiscovery is the latest game from the Square Enix camp of Japanese developed role playing games to hit the Xbox 360. With a few games from Mistwalker garnering mixed receptions from gamers, this time Tri-Ace is at the helm and for those of you familiar with their other titles,

Smash Court Tennis 3 review

Namco’s Smash Court Tennis series has been around for some time, and although having a different title in other regions and at one point being called Anna Kournikova’s Tennis. The series has been a smash hit for Namco, especially as it’s cemented itself as an accessible series for beginners and

Sid Meier’s Civilization: Revolution review

Civilization Revolution isn’t for the faint hearted, because if you know your history, then you’ll be aware that warfare has played a major part in the advancement and detriment of the human race. The game places the player into a godlike diplomatic role, where by managing resources, developing technology and

Beijing 2008 review

The Olympic Games are about to begin in Beijing and to catch you whilst in the athletics mood, Sega has released the official game of the games. This mean that gamers wishing to reach the peaks of athleticism can do so from the comfort of their own homes, minus any

Alone in the Dark review

The Alone in the Dark series has had a long and rich existence as a video game, and has also been one of the few licenses to receive a movie adaptation (although many would argue the movie wasn’t the pinnacle of the series’ achievements). It’s now 2008 and Eden games