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]

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]

Prince of Persia: Warrior Within Review

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time was amazing. I think we said: ‘genius.’ The game was an action adventure offering in the truest sense of the term, featuring beautifully detailed levels, environmental puzzles, and, of course, the acrobatic Prince of Persia himself. It was an amazingly faithful modernization of a beloved classic. With the newest iteration in the series, Warrior Withi...[Read More]

Halo 2 Review – Happily Bland

There is not much we can say about Halo 2. In general, you all read our review about Halo 1 and many of you agreed regarding the bad decision to not have cooperative multiplayer campaign. Halo 2 is sadly not what Halo: Combat Evolved was. It comes packed with a rather short campaign and a disappointing storyline that’s just extremely annoying. It still manages to get the multiplayer demands ...[Read More]

Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude Review – College Love

The Leisure Suit Larry series is back ever since being dormant since the ‘90s. This is due to the humor that has been upstaged increasingly by foul media and some that simply never wanted to give this great series a chance. Vivendi Universal Games and developer High Voltage have created Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude, a complete reinnovation of the gameplay and content that bid farewell to th...[Read More]

Silent Hill 4: The Room Review – The Chains That Bind

Silent Hill has never been so real. As a town where pure evil permeates the air and the soil and eventually consumes the people, it is been the terrifying and brilliant idea by Konami. Each of the previous titles in the Silent Hill series of horror games has taken place in the town or some inertia of fear. Silent Hill 4: The Room breaks a strong trend because it takes place in the neighboring city...[Read More]

Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow Review

Pandora Tomorrow is the second game to the highly adored Splinter Cell. A guerrilla leader threatens the free world with a biological contagion, and it is up to Fisher to track him down. The action soon begins.

Red Dead Revolver Review

Rockstar’s Red Dead Revolver, takes inspiration from classic Westerns such as The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, and The Wild. There’s some great atmosphere in this new shooter, and, for fans of the genre, it’s great to see a Western game with some care put into it. Unfortunately, much of the game lacks focus, and the experience suffers for it.

Hitman: Contracts Review

Danish developer IO Interactive had created a memorable character with the original Hitman but it wasn’t until the sequel we saw the true excellence this game was hiding. Given that Hitman 2 was such a huge improvement on the original, it’s extremely disappointing that Hitman: Contracts is just basically the same game. It’s so close to being a copy, replete with everything that was good and ...[Read More]

Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Review

Can a game be ground-breaking, revolutionary, and unbelievably enticing at once? The answer: without a doubt. Prince of Persia:  Sands of Time has captured my heart. If: I want a storybook adventure …incredible time controlling concept …want to play a Persian Prince BUY IT If: I want improved AI RENT IT

Tony Hawk’s Underground Review: Off You Go

Finally! Let me just say it is an extreme pleasure to have you request personally fulfilled by Neversoft: the ability to frikken get off your board! One of the biggest gripes I had with Tony Hawk was the fact that the skater was a big freaking toy that can never get off his board. Now you can.

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