Author: Dave Jones

Darksiders Review

Obviously influenced by the likes of God of War and Devil May Cry, Darksiders is a surprisingly challenging and thoroughly entertaining first-round effort from developer Vigil. Not only have they created a game with an engaging and intriguing plot, but the gameplay itself borrows all of the best aspects of the hack-and-slash genre, taking influence Read More

Crackdown 2 Review

Crackdown 2 follows the tried and true formula that made the first game so addictive, while still managing to crank things up quite considerably. The core gameplay experience remains intact, with a few neat little gems that only further enhance the experience. However, this sequel is brought down quite considerably by its downfalls, namely its Read More

Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts Review

Ever since Rare was acquired by Microsoft a few years ago, the question has been asked as to whether the developer will bring their beloved franchises from their Nintendo years to XBOX gamers. So far we’ve seen Perfect Dark in an enjoyable yet flawed launch title for the 360, an all-new RPG franchise in Kameo Read More

Band Hero Review

While Band Hero might seem like a brand new entry into the now robust music-game catalogue on offer from Activision, it is undoubtedly just another Guitar Hero game in different clothing. While it might not be as hard rocking or challenging as previous Guitar Hero offerings, it does offer a surprisingly enjoyable band experience, giving Read More

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