Tak 2 offers a solid and enjoyable traditional platforming adventure that is definitely worth taking a look at, particularly if you are kid who is fed up of under par licensed platform games
A solid title, marred by a few too many irritating aspects, but certainly worth a go for anyone who enjoys a pulpy B-Movie blast.
It's not an awful game for sure. There's fun to be had here, even if it is somewhat limited, and there's definitely the basis of a decent series underneath all the ropey implementation
Saved only by some reasonable (although crude) strategy elements, the core of the game unfortunately falls very flat. Throwing parties should be fun, right? Not in the Playboy mansion they're not.
It may not have the action found in a game of Pro Evo, but a black ball decider in a best of 5 match sure is gaming that all sports fans should experience
An essential retro package for fans and newcomers alike - Sonic the Hedgehog remains as enthralling today as he did back on his initial release
Standard third-person superhero action that stands out only for the desire to see greusome environmental interrogation animations
Like all the ESPN games, this exudes quality. The only sticking point is whether or not you like the sport really.
We don't expect movie licensed games to achieve greatness, but we do expect them to at least offer some enjoyment. Robots is one of the poorer efforts we have played in quite some time.
A mad, but great story accompanies a game that is mediocre in almost all departments