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  • Tony Hawk's Proving Ground Review

    The earlier titles in the Tony Hawk series were often cited for their innovation. The original Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater brought the sport of skateboarding into the videogame industry. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2, often considered the best in the series, revolutionized the gameplay formula by ...

  • Uncharted: Drake's Fortune Review

    Deep in the jungles of an undiscovered island lurks a legendary treasure. Known as El Dorado, this treasure has been sought by many, and now has fellow adventurer and lead character Nathan Drake out on a vigorous scavenger hunt to find it. Teamed up with a foxy blond reporter, Nathan must jump, swin...

  • Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Review

    Moving away from cliché World War 2 story types of the past, developer Infinity Ward brings players a fresh new experience in the modern world of terrorism and nuclear warfare. For those of you who are still stuck playing Resistance Fall of Man, with nothing else available to help make your P...

  • Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock Review

    It's once again time to rock and roll, as the fourth game to sport the Guitar Hero name has finally been released, this time hitting almost every platform imaginable. But does the game have enough to stand up against the massively hyped Rock Band? Since the split up of Harmonix and Red Octane, m...

  • SOCOM: US Navy SEALS Tactical Strike Review

    SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALS has been a mainstay of the squad-based shooter for over five years, with each subsequent iteration possessing noticeable improvements in both gameplay and game mechanics. Shooting terrorists, disarming bombs, and preventing Armageddon had never been so exciting. However, with t...

  • Sega Rally Revo PSP Review

    Ask anyone to name a rally title, and it’s a fair bet to assume that Sega Rally will be one of the first examples that pops into their head. Indeed, Sega’s rugged, off-road extravaganza has graced a myriad of platforms over the years and it's no doubt it is still one of the most beloved ...

  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 Review

    Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer series may be the undisputed champion of soccer sims on PlayStation 2, but its next-generation incarnation is still very much up for grabs after an underwhelming debut on PS3. Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 was highly anticipated by the loyal band of fans the serie...

  • Buzz! The Mega Quiz Review

    What do you get when you combine a sarcastic host, saucy hostess, unique buzzers, 5000+ questions, and stir in 4 players to boot? Buzz! The Mega Quiz, of course. Arguably one of the coolest concepts to come to the PlayStation 2 in quite a while, Buzz! offers a very unique and entertaining experience...

  • The Eye of Judgment Review

    A monster card spits flame onto your finger as your hand hovers over it. Despite all the pain, you’ll feel more connected and alive to any card game than you ever have. The Eye of Judgment is a uniquely structured card game from Sony Computer Entertainment that makes elements that are inscribe...

  • Colin McRae Rally DiRT Review

    The beauty and emotion of racing is captured right from the intro movie, to the first time you grab the wheel. But once you put the less important things to one side, you’re stuck in the rough and tumble ride that is rally driving. Colin McRae Rally DiRT is the latest in Codemasters’...

  • Folklore Review

    The connection between the Netherworld and the current world was lost many ages ago, but as you step across a suspicious crime scene where murder is in the air, you discover that the world of the Folks isn’t what it always was. With each step, comes a newer piece of the puzzle through the form...

  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion GOTY Edition Review

    In the Game of The Year Edition of Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Bethesda Softworks provides hours of new gameplay through added expansions. This added content comes in the form of the Knights of the Nine and the official Shivering Isles expansion packs. With the original game of Oblivion topping ...

  • Ratchet and Clank Future: Tools of Destruction Review

    We all want to see the future, or know it in some form. The future is vibrant with things never before seen: flying cars, hectic air routes, and what not. A person only dreams of seeing such wonderful things even in his/her dreams. Luckily, now they can experience it through the journey in Ratchet &...

  • Skate Review

    It’s very rare to experience a game that challenges our traditional perception of how things should be done for a genre, and reinvents the way we think altogether. EA Box Art's Skate fills a void in our hearts to when the glorious of something old, reinvents the magic of something new. Like al...

  • NBA Live 08 Review

    EA's John Madden Football franchise is the leader in sports videogames. The leader in the Basketball genre is another story to say the least. EA has its hands full competing with 2K Sports' NBA 2K8 and Sony's NBA '08. There is much competition between basketball games this year as the genre face...

  • NBA 08 PSP Review

    Developed by SCE Studios San Deigo, NBA 08 is the latest in Sony's take on the NBA franchise. In this year's edition, Sony provides a number of brand new mini-games including Block-a-Shot, Elimination, Fast Break, and Shootin' Bricks as well as enhances past features like Conquest Mode and online mu...

  • Monster Hunter Freedom 2 Review

    In an ancient time of wonder, when dinosaurs and giant animals roamed the earth, when the desert and sea was the domain of giant crustaceans, and dragons ruled the sky, there was an elite group of people, making existence for humanity a possibility. This is the premise behind the Capcom’s Mon...

  • Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow Review

    Spy games. WMDs. World espionage, stealth kills, and secret agendas. Welcome to the world of Syphon Filter. The latest installment of the series for the PSP finds Gabe Logan and the agency rushing to the aid of a besieged navy transport; the Mount St. Helens. This mission is undertaken at the behest...

  • Heavenly Sword Review

    Heavenly Sword is quite possibly a gift from Sony to anyone who owns a PlayStation 3 console. It is not what Heavenly Sword is that makes it spectacular, but what it dares to do in the video game industry that makes it remarkable and unique. Never have there been such life-like characters in any gam...

  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Review

    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix follows Harry, Ron and Hermione through their fifth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Harry's believes that “He Who Shall Not Be Named” is back and when the new Defense Against the Dark Arts professor declines to teach spells to...

  • Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 Review

    Fulfilling the role of a Captain is certainly not an easy thing. You must stay up endlessly for hours, complete deadly missions, and lead a squad to an objective in harrowing conditions. With Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 for the PlayStation 3 console, players will be submersed in a realistic wa...

  • Lair Review

    Dragon’s seem scary. At least, they seemed that way according to mythical stories of fire breathing giants, known only for their plight and destruction upon the different human civilizations of the middle ages. The dragons in Lair, however, are different. Looking pleasing with stunning visuals...

  • Jeanne d'Arc Review

    Ever wonder what it would have been like to balk authority in medieval France, and lead a religious revolution? Well, now you have the opportunity in the new tactical RPG from same great developers who brought us Dark Cloud. Jeanne d’Arc places players in control of the legendary battle maid, ...

  • Warhawk Review

    Don’t be alarmed if you find yourself blown up more than once simply because you’re caught unaware admiring the stunning view. Never has anyone seen such huge draw distances. When you take the power of a newer console to make something newer and better, using the hardware to accomplish t...

  • Madden 08 Review

    Electronic Arts' most famous franchise, Madden NFL 08, returns with fresh animations and a new arsenal of gameplay. The Madden franchise is definitely known as one of the longest running franchises in videogame history. Fortunately, Tiburon got its act together with 08 and the result: the best versi...

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