PlayStation 2

NBA 2K11 Review: Presenting His Royal Airness – The Legend Soars Again

NBA 2K11 brings a visceral experience to this generation of consoles that players have been aching for with the basketball since NBA 2K5: to play as the legendary player Michael Jordan himself. There is a severe level of disappointment when a player ranks up his own player in NBA 2K10, works hard for legendary players, and sees Michael Jordan missing from the all-star lineup that makes the play in...[Read More]

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: Magically Terrible & Magic Migraines

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is remarkable. Remarkably unentertaining and hideous, that is. It manages to shatter that border that distinguishes a bad game from a good one, and puts itself into its own dreary category of the Worst “Game” of 2009 by far and for a long while. The story is incoherent, the dialogue is as dull as the previous title, and the gameplay makes Atari Co...[Read More]

Ghostbusters Review: Film Alive

When there is something strange in your neighborhood, who are you going to call..? A copy of Atari’s incredible Ghostbusters title. After literally dozens of cancellation threats on the project, the long-awaited Ghostbusters game is back – and one that I have personally hoped would come out ever since I watched the original back in the day. The iconic quartet return an excruciating 20 ...[Read More]

Prince of Persia Review: Welcome Back, Our Prince.

The Prince has returned in Prince of Persia, ready to take anything with a vengeance and stop all things evil, or something purely bent on destroying anything in it is path. Prince of Persia is the fourth iteration that is bent on redefining the platform genre in this new middle-eastern adventure of sending dark trees and all things evil back from which they came. With a beautiful art direction, a...[Read More]

Rock Band 2 Review: Feel The Music

Rock Band 2 is the latest game to emerge from Harmonix Studios from the previous rhythm game that was the first of its kind to provide party knockers and rollers guitar, bass, and vocal instruments all in a sexy blue box. Rock Band 2 still sticks to the roots of the first games, providing the same instruments but Harmonix definitely made an effort to refine and perfect features that were introduce...[Read More]

Relentless Founder: Video Games Miles Away From Mass Consumers

Relentless’ co-founder thinks the fascination attached to video games is going away, but the mass market is a long ways off. Read more at GIBiz

Final Fantasy XII Review: Revitalize

Final Fantasy XII is here after the long awaited release ever since X came out. From the origins of the world’s most popular role-playing series, this game features an inspired look, boldly redesigned strategic combat, and an extended, long story that delivers players right into the heart of the experience. While Square Enix did ship numerous games bearing the Final Fantasy brand after 2001&...[Read More]

Hitman: Blood Money Review – Smile

Hitman: Blood Money, the fourth installment of Eidos’ assassin series, builds upon the franchise with more of its gripping signature stealth-action gameplay and sexy bald-headed hero: Agent 47. All 13 of the game’s missions are well crafted and challenging, and the gameplay is simply remarkable. In it, 47 is up to his missions as he throttles numerous innocents simply because he wants ...[Read More]

Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones Review – Farewell Prince.

The Prince of Persia returns to his kingdom to find ransacked by war, and rotting in the recrudescent pits of the loss to the power of the throne and the desperate need for peace and rightful order. The Prince of Persia: Sands of Time trilogy exuded a level of beautiful art each and every time, despite the Prince’s more dark tone in Warrior Within. The series’ control scheme set the ba...[Read More]

Resident Evil 4 Review – Rawr

Resident Evil is a genre-defining series that has had its ups and downs, though it has always remained at the forefront of survival horror games. Now on the PlayStation 2, Resident Evil 4 sure didn’t cut corners in translation from the original GameCube version released earlier this year. Resident Evil 4 is simply an amazing adventure, that combines melee in a cinematic gameplay mode chock-f...[Read More]

Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves Review – Honor Wins

Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves is bigger, longer, and Sly-er than the previous two in the franchise. Sly Cooper’s unique presentation and charm has remained intact though. Of course several things have changed for Sly in recent years–he’s dropped the tricky-pronouncing manual from the title, added a few more characters into the lineup, and now, in the third game, he has a more 3D appearance. These sma...[Read More]

Tom Clancy’s: Splinter Cell Chaos Theory Review

The third iteration of the Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell stealth action franchise, Chaos Theory, features the continuing adventures of Sam Fisher: a top secret agent who’s sent in to accomplish the US government’s dirty work when political situations go sour. It is also got a brand-new two-player cooperative mode, in addition to an enhanced spies-versus-mercenaries competitive multi...[Read More]

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