PS Reviews

Tony Hawk’s Project 8 review

It seems like an eternity since I played the first Tony Hawks game on the Playstation many years ago, and with subsequent sequels across multiple platforms since then, it’s great to see a series have such longevity and still remain popular and more importantly entertaining. Well Xbox 360 is only

Need for Speed Carbon review

It has been less than one year since the release of Need For Speed Most Wanted and yet we have another Need for Speed game already upon us which picks up from where Most Wanted left off, with your character escaping the cops in that nice custom silver and blue

F.E.A.R review

F.E.A.R which stands for First Encounter Assault Recon appeared on PC just over a year ago but has now been released on Xbox 360 as well for all the console shooter fans. FEAR is developed by Monolith Productions who also brought us the critically acclaimed Condemned at launch of the

Cars review

Cars the videogame is based on the Disney Pixar studios latest animated movie of the same name where you take control of leading vehicle Lightning McQueen. Set in an alternate universe where cars, trucks and other vehicles can all talk, have eyes and the will to live independently of any

Just Cause review

Just Cause sounds like a great game on paper as it boasts 1025km2 of playing space to roam, maim, drive, swim and fly around. In Just Cause players live the life of secret agent Rico Rodriguez as he helps the US stir up things in the troubled region of San

Samurai Warriors 2 review

Xbox 360 gets its third hack and slash action combat game what with Ninety Nine Nights being the first, followed by Dynasty Warriors 5 Empires and now Samurai Warriors 2. The first game appeared on Xbox and was a departure from the usual Chinese inspired stories seen in the Dynasty

Saints Row review

Saints Row was originally planned for a launch title back in November last year, yet due to whatever reasons was inevitably delayed. Since then there has been a whole lot of talk surrounding the game especially as many could easily describe it as clone of the genre defining ultra successful