Xbox Reviews

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

Quake 4 review

You are Matthew Kane a hardened soldier part of a future war against an alien race known as the Strogg. After surviving an incident aboard a space station Kane is thrust into the heat of combat as Earth’s forces launch an attack on the Strogg home world. There seems to

Ridge Racer 6 review

I am sure many of you remember the original arcade game Ridge Racer which seemed to want to guzzle coins just like the rest of those arcade classics. Then the game was ported to the Playstation in what could be described as a faithful conversion of the game; bringing much

Perfect Dark Zero review

Rare has a lot to live up to when it comes to video games especially after the massive amounts of praise the UK based company received for games such as Goldeneye, Blast Corps, Banjo Kazooie and of course Perfect Dark 64. Well those days on the Nintendo 64 are well

Call of Duty 2 review

War inspired games have featured heavily on games consoles especially those featuring World War 2. Many of these games are based around first person shooting and with the subject matter being WWII, it seems to be as good an excuse as any for players to wield weapons and start shooting.

GUN review

GUN allows player the chance to enter the lawlessness of the Wild West as they assume the role of lead protagonist Colton White as he enters a world of murder, gun-slinging and investigation. Following the death of his Father, who actually turns out to not be his father, White rides

Condemned: Criminal Origins review

Horror games have come in a wide variety of forms over the years with the likes of Silent Hill and Resident Evil probably being the most recognised of the genre. There have been a few titles that have opted to provide a first person experience (through the eyes of the