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4.24 stars 4.24/5 Stars Average score of 17 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

A good yet frustrating racer 0

Good racers really are uncommon on this generation, which is why, although I found it very shallow and frustrating, DiRT is a breath of fresh air. It tries nothing new, and doesn't have a lot of game modes, but its graphical polish, and excellent physics do make it worth while. Let's start off with the good, since there's a lot of it here. Graphically, DiRT is an unmatched powerhouse. The cars look absolutely incredible, and they shine absolutely perfectly in the gleaming sun, or in the soaking...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Breach and Clear 2 0

In 2006 (2007 for Ps3 owners), Team Rainbow stormed their way onto next gen consoles with a bang. Thousands have continued to flank each other online everyday of their lives. Now, in 2008, the year of battling Nintendo characters, and Liberty City's makeover, Ubisoft Montreal has decided to let everybody have another chance at liberation in Sin City. But is this rush-job showing the signs of it, or has the dev team been able to refine the experience? The first Vegas left players on a bit of an ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Marvelous. 0

Every time there is a new Gran Turismo release, their is a huge amount of hype to go with it. Polyphony Digital's brought their baby onto this generation, with Gran Turismo 5 Prologue, and it hasn't been any different. Fans of the series, and even newcomers, expect top notch visuals and driving gameplay. The question is if Polyphony was able to deliver. The absolute only answer to that is yes, and in fact, Gran Turismo 5 Prologue is the best game on the Playstation 3. Now, you may be looking at...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Decent Indecency. 0

Developer Io Interactive is capable of creating an immersing tone and feel to their games, as previously seen with the Hitman series. Deep and twisted characters have always been an important factor. Nobody has come close to Agent 47's love of killing. I'm willing to bet that Io's newest duo, Kane and Lynch don't love killing as much, but they are just as sick and twisted. The best thing that Kane and Lynch has going for it is its well developed story. Kane and Lynch have really deep, interesti...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Coolest. Game. Evarr. 0

Dark Sector is possibly the coolest game to come out yet this year. That doesn't necessarily make it the best game, but it's a guarantee that a game where you control a superhuman, and battle men with guns, as well as monsters has more than a few merits. In Dark Sector, you control US Super Cool Secret Agent Hayden Tenno, and your mission is to stop a bunch of terrorists from unleashing an evil disease upon the world. Early on, Hayden is infected with a "special" form of the disease, where he b...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Rock your wallet thin 0

Games that force you to use a controller other than the one that came with your console have seen a surge last generation, with games like DDR, and Guitar Hero. Both franchises have seen success, especially the latter. Developer Harmonix studios already knows this, and that's why they've decided to create Rock Band, the music game claiming to be the best party game ever. Is Rock Band what it claims to be? The answer overall, is yes, but that isn't to say Rock Band doesn't have its problems. The...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Angels won't laugh 0

There have been 3 previous Devil May Cry games, the first being one of the greatest action games of all time, the second being one of the most disappointing sequels of all time, and the third being one of the hardest action games of all time. Everybody gasps when I tell them I have never played one before, and all look at me in horror. Well, after hearing almost nothing but good things about the fourth in the series, I decided to give it a try. Is it a disappointment like the second one was, or ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

One is the loneliest 0

Electronic Arts is mostly known for its sports games, so it's very unlikely that an action title coming from the powerhouse is looked forward to. Army of Two, a highly anticipated action title from EA Montreal has completely changed that stereotype. But the question is, is Army of Two any good? The only answer to that question is a resounding yes. Army of Two is the best action title to be released so far this year. This is in thanks to its superb cooperative mechanics, brutality, and story. Yo...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Some turbulence, but we'll make it. 0

Warhawk is sexified. Flying through the skies, which look phenomenal, in planes that are kick ass, doing all sorts of maneuvers, while chasing another kick ass plane, and trying to shoot it down, is sexified. Unfortunately, the ground combat keeps Warhawk from being perfect, and it honestly almost ruins the game. Developer Incognito was so confident with their multiplayer, that they completely scrapped the single player campaign, which is a shame, because it really subtracts from the overall va...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Peace Tony. 0

For nearly a decade, the Tony Hawk series has been running unopposed as the only worthy skateboarding title. EA's skate. was looking to change that last September, and for the most part, it succeeded that goal. As opposed to Tony Hawk's, skate. is all about realism and simulation, instead of insane jackass stunts. skate. uses a great physics engine, and flickit controls. Using the right analog stick allows your skater to manipulate the board, just as a normal skater would. Certain motions made ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Fuzzball and Robot in pretty high def. 0

This has been a long time coming, but I've finally managed to get a review out on the highly anticipated debut of Ratchet and Clank on next gen consoles. Like every Ratchet and Clank game, it's blow up first, and platforming second. Luckily, the guys at Insomniac down right perfected both kinds of gameplay, and the result is one of the best Ps3 exclusives to date. This time around, the universe is being overtaken by Emperor Tachyon, a little evil dude sworn to destroy every last Lombax alive. T...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Not bad at all. 0

Resistance: Fall of Man is the standout Ps3 launch title. Of the somewhat disappointing group, it is by far the best. It doesn't just happen to be the best of the worst, but it also happens to be a completely enjoyable shooter, that will be remembered as one of Sony's flagship franchises from now on. The story takes place in an alternate setting 1951, where WWII never happened, and instead, a mysterious force known as the Chimera ravages its way through Europe. In the ruins of England, US and B...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

War is hell, but Call of Duty 4 is heaven 0

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is an outstanding game. The gameplay diverts itself from its WWII counterparts, and it turned out to be a great decision. There is practically nothing wrong with Call of Duty 4. Practically Nothing. The core gameplay is about the same as the previous Call of Duties. The L1 button brings the gun up to your face so you can aim. But what separates this one from the others is the variety in gameplay. The guns are great and realistic and powerful. The single player cam...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Put this one on the map. 0

Uncharted is one of the best looking console games around. Everything reflects in the water as it ripples, the lush, jungle environments are hard to ignore, the explosions light up the screen, the character animations look incredibly organic and real, the vistas are great looking, the buildings and caves are brimming with detail, the lighting effects are more than stellar, and it does it all at a silky smooth frame rate. Uncharted is the kind of game to make your mouth water, and make long run o...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Ubisoft made a killing 0

Assassin's Creed. People have been raving about it ever since it was first announced. The first trailer implied that you would be able to kill anybody, and disappear into a random crowd as one of them. Showcasing some top notch AI, and amazing crowd gameplay mechaty on just who to trust. Is your leader really the man who should be leading? Or are the scum of the earth lying to you? The story in Assassin's Creed is really well told, at a pretty good pace. Ubisoft Montreal decided to unload a big...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The Ps3's first epic fail 0

Lair was hyped and hyped, but it just couldn't deliver. The game concept is refreshing and new, but it's incredible how much Factor 5 screwed up. You play as Rohn, a skyguard for Asyliia, and your job is to kill those damn Mokai. Actually, the story in Lair was really good and well written, and gave the game a LOTR feel to it. The story touches on topics like genocide and trust, and it keeps you guessing who the bad guys really are. Let's get the positives out of the way first. Lair looks fant...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

It's time for some real football. 0

Last year, NCAA Football 08 was a step in the right direction for making an incredible football franchise this generation. Many were expecting NCAA 09 to be incredible, with its new break away animation system, and other new features. Unfortunately, I could have had a V8, but luckily, NCAA football 09 is that great experience football fans have been waiting for. The biggest step up for the franchise is in its visuals. Now, I know I always praise EA Sports games for being pretty, but this game i...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.