Xbox Reviews

Blacksite: Area 51 review

Blacksite: Area 51 is a first person shooter set in modern times. As part of a special forces unit sent to Iraq, you play as Pierce, a likely hero who alongside a team of two others is tasked with saving America. What starts out as a run of the mill

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

The Call of Duty series has garnered lots of respect on Xbox 360, and with two previous games scoring highly, it has been one of the more successful World War II games on any platform. Call of Duty 2 was one of the more well received launch games on Xbox

Virtua Fighter 5 review

The Virtua Fighter series has had a long history, starting out in the arcades and then appearing on various home consoles. The game has always had it’s distinct following, and whilst fighters like Dead or Alive and Tekken have their own fans, it’s interesting to note that the Virtua Fighter

Naruto: Rise of a Ninja review

Naruto: Rise of a Ninja is based on the popular anime series, which has gained huge popularity not only in its native Japan, but also in Europe and the US. The series (and game) tells the tale of ninja in training Naruto Uzumaki, who is cursed from birth with a

Clive Barker’s Jericho review

The Xbox 360 winter lineup appears to have a vast number of first person shooters to sink your teeth into, and whilst many gamers have sampled the delights of Halo 3 already, it’s interesting to note that there is in fact life after Halo 3! Take Clive Barker’s Jericho for

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