Xbox Reviews

Prey review

There have been few video games which have featured native American Indians as the leading characters and what springs to my mind is Turok who undoubtedly, for me at least is the most memorable of any that have appeared. Well Turok hasn’t featured in a game for quite some time

Chromehounds review

I think it is safe to say that mech games are an acquired taste and not for everyone. For the uninitiated, mech games usually feature huge hulking mechanised units which are normally bi-pedal although many other varieties are available. The mechs are normally heavily armed and the crux of why

Over G Fighters review

Flying games have been staple diet for gamers for a long time and whilst PC flying games have come in all shapes and sizes, incorporating aircraft from a number of time periods in a number of fictitious and real scenarios there are definitely two distinct play styles on offer. For

Hitman Blood Money review

I’ve always been a big fan of the Hitman games ever since I played Hitman 2 on Xbox several years ago. Whilst the game play featured similarities to games such as Metal Gear Solid and Splinter Cell, Hitman games have always had their own flavour of stealth. I think the

X-Men The Official Movie Game review

There have been a number of X-Men inspired games to appear on consoles and why not? Marvel Comics mutant creations are as worthy game material as the next character and with the likes of the vicious Wolverine or chilled out Iceman and teleporting Nightcrawler at the helm, X-Men characters offer

Tomb Raider Legend review

Well it’s been a while since Lara Croft; the enigmatic busty adventurer graced our consoles and even though many gamers felt her last outing was perhaps the worst in the series, her return for fans at least is a welcome one. Tomb Raider Legend on Xbox 360 brings the franchise

Battlefield 2: Modern Combat review

Xbox 360 is granted another first person shooter to join the ranks of Call of Duty 2, Perfect Dark, Quake and Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter; however this time the onus is on a mixture of arcade thrills combined with a slight tactical edge. Battlefield 2: Modern Combat or Battlefield 2