Feels like a generic Most Wanted from the PS2 generation.
My first Pinball love
Good game, but sadly a bit rushed. Too few tracks, too much loading and too little content overall.
But the tracks that are there are mostly of high quality.
This is the pearl in the series. It has got it all: varied track designs, vehicles, and lots of them.
I didn't like this one.
Motorstorm is about the fight for top position, not for the track to fight back.
Made me lose focus.
This is the weird one of the bunch, if you exclude RC. Feels a bit generic, but I honestly couldn't ask for much more on the go.
Never clicked with me. Weird angle combined with weird controls equals not so immersive for me.
I played the first PS2 demo disc for hours because of SSX. Instant love!
The best one. The seamless riding down the whole mountain makes it very unique, but also keeps its roots.
It has its strengths, but it's not SSX. Feels like a game that, during development, got a makeover. And signs point to that being very likely.
The roughest title in the franchise.
My first hitman. I love the atmospheric music in this one.
It has a special place in my heart.
I've always found this one a bit weird, in a good way. It sets itself apart while including the gameplay that fans expect of the series.
Even though I love Hitman 2, this is the best one. No question about it.
The worst in the series. Don't try to fix something that's not broken: the game.
Surprisingly catchy little arcade game.
Never really clicked with me, but I played it for countless hours trying to burn in the roadmap. It was kind of weird, and I never really succeeded doing it.
Beautiful arcade racer.
I find this one interesting among a bunch of modern strategy games because I never feel like I'm fully in control.
I have never, before or after, had this much fun trying to outsmart the cops.
Gorgeous and with a smooth framerate. Sense of speed is ridiculous.
Never got that into it. Looks good, though.
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