If you are lazy, but love golf, then this might be for you. There are problems, but this is your only option on the PlayStation 2.
Previous games in the Outlaw series proved to be entertaining diversions, but Outlaw Tennis fails to be anything more than a slightly childish, rather clumsy tennis game.
Forbidden Siren 2 is a recommended game, but one that is hard not to be ever so slightly downbeat about.
Worms 4 is a solid return to form for the series that offers plenty to do for the lone gamer as well as anyone looking for multiplayer fun.
Poor in all the important areas and a real disgrace to the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory name.
Sid Meier's Pirates is a simple looking game that is deceptively in depth. While each pirate career will probably only last 5-10 hours, there are plenty of reasons to play through again.
Those wanting a real cricket simulation won't be disappointed. Pump up the difficulty and prepare for hard fought, tactical contests that will prove challenging to the end.
Fantastic 4 isn't utterly awful, it just isn't anywhere near to being worthy of its name.
I can't say for sure if everyone will like Killer 7, but it's worth taking a gamble, in the hope that you may enjoy one of the most unique games ever made.
God of War is one of the greatest games this generation of consoles has seen. The fact that you are playing it on a PlayStation 2 makes it even more unbelievable. You simply must experience God of War