Xbox Reviews

Far Cry Instincts Predator review

I played and reviewed Far Cry Instincts on Xbox last year and despite some niggling flaws the game was an enjoyable rumble in the jungle. When news arrived that Ubisoft were planning on releasing an expansion, naturally I was pleased and like any first person shooter fan couldn’t wait. Well

Dynasty Warriors 5 Empires review

Dynasty Warriors Empires will no doubt be the first in a number of Dynasty Warriors titles that appear on next generation consoles. The premise behind any Dynasty Warriors game thus far has been to enter large scale battlefields armed with swords and many other period weapons from Chinese history and

Blazing Angels Squadrons of WWII review

Blazing Angels is yet another World War 2 inspired game which ditches the ground troops and guns for airman and aircraft. You play as a fictitious American Pilot as part of a US flight outfit known as the Blazing Angels. There is some artistic licence granted in that Americans weren’t

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion review

I was a big fan of Morrowind on Xbox and of course I purchased the original game when it was released during the dry spell of releases early on in the console’s life. I also went on to purchase the Game of the year edition. I can proudly say that

Fight Night Round 3 review

The old art form of boxing is brought to home consoles once again with Electronic Arts Fight Night Round 3 which opts to take a more realistic approach to the sport rather than providing an all out arcade experience. As the name suggests this is the 3rd iteration of the

Full Auto review

Xbox and Xbox 360 have and will be getting a fair number of driving games this year and whilst many gamers have dwelled in the delights of Project Gotham Racing 3 or the arcade thrills of Ridge Racer 6 or NFS: Most Wanted it might seem that another racing game

Dead or Alive 4 review

The mighty flagship fighting game for Xbox has returned again at the beginning of Microsoft’s new consoles life. Dead or Alive 4 (DOA4) narrowly missed being released at launch but appeared on Japanese and American shop shelves up to a month later. Fighting games have never being plentiful on an