Reviews

Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation review

The Ace Combat series has enjoyed a long and prosperous life on consoles, and whilst I think my first foray into the series was the Japanese version of Ace Combat 3 on the Playstation, I throughly enjoyed the mixture of storyline with the mayhem of shooting foes in the skies.

Beautiful Katamari review

It’s interesting that Atari have brought the rather wacky and sublime Beautiful Katamari to Western shores, and more unusual to Xbox 360. Whilst the game started out in 2004 on PS2, the advantage the PS2 had was a diverse and huge fan base of gamers across the globe. Without trying

SEGA Rally Revo review

SEGA Rally has always been considered by many as the definitive arcade rally game considering it appeared in the actual arcades in the 90’s as well as appearing on various home consoles such as the SEGA Saturn or Genesis, depending on which side of the pond you live. With its

Crash of the Titans review

The developers Naughty Dog, who originally created the Crash Bandicoot games have moved on to pastures new and have partnered with Sony (for the time being). However, the legacy of the Crash Bandicoot games lives on, as Xbox 360 has its first taste of the madness that is contained within

CSI: Hard Evidence review

Ubisoft released a CSI (Crime Scene Investigation) game on the PC several years ago and then subsequently a version was ported to the Xbox. The game received a mixed response, and whilst it was true to the TV program, the point and click style harked back to the old school

Two Worlds review

Two Worlds has a lot to live up to especially when it’s a game that has a number of similarities with the hugely successful Elderscrolls IV: Oblivion. Whilst Oblivion was well received across the board and garnered much praise as an early game in the Xbox 360’s life, Two Worlds