Drakengard can be recommended to fans of the Dynasty Warriors titles; newcomers to the genre may want to rent first.
Dull, repetitive button-mashing and an awful rendition of the Seven Samurai story. Conclusion? It's just not very good.
Whilst let down by bugs and an awful story mode, the chance to play as heroes of old, coupled with the arcade-like experience, will ensure fun for some.
Pandora Tomorrow is an extremely competent yet often soulless stealth title. This butchered GameCube version can only be recomended to those who solely own that system.
Spiderman 2 is a thoroughly enjoyable experience, but is let down by a rushed feel and limited gameplay containing some of the most repetitive missions known to man.
It does something different, and it does it well. Hell, this game makes me want to be a Jedi a whole lot more than Jedi Knight ever did. The physics revolution starts here.
Burnout 3 is a fantastic game. Its works because it appeals on many levels; have great multiplayer sessions or just play for hours on the superb single player mode.
A few people are bound to prefer how things were in an older game, but PES4 offers enough changes to make it a very worthwhile purchase.It is hard to express what makes it so good. It just feels right
One of the freshest management games in years, Evil Genius provides a neat twist on the genre and is great fun too.
Doom 3 provides a gaming experience not found very often in today's games. Simplicity can sometimes be a good thing.