Still The Daddy of the soldier sim genre. One of the true great videogames of the last five years.
Aside from some visual cutbacks this PlayStation 2 version has it all: Extended content, smooth controls, proper widescreen support and superb audio. Everyone should experience Resident Evil 4.
With a great game engine and genuinely enjoyable racing, it's a shame that the story mode, annoying AI and lack of multiplayer modes prevent the game from being a blast to play.
Playing Vietcong 2 was like stepping into a time warp. Having been blessed with some of the best shooters ever made over the last twelve months, an outdated, dull Vietnam based FPS just doesn't cut it
As the set includes two or three games that are worth looking at, the collection might just be worth its low price tag, but calling them treasures might be going a little too far.
If you can look past its flaws you'll find an enjoyable wrestling game; there's just better available elsewhere.
The Warriors is an excellent videogame adaptation of a classic movie that uses the license really well. Combat may be simple, but it's the story and overall authenticity that will keep you hooked.