Top Cube Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
If you're after another footy game that dispenses with rules and focuses entirely on the flashy side of the sport, there's little else out there that will suit you better.
Kids wanting a fun game to while away their summer holiday could do a lot worse. It's just a shame that the racing isn't up to the quality of the rest of the game.
If you love extreme sports games, this is a no-brainer. Go and get the game
Donkey Konga lacks depth, and is pretty much destined to remain something you bring out for a quick go at parties forever after; this, however, doesn't necessarily mean you shouldn't own it.
Warrior Within loses out by virtue of going for greater sales, yet some of the original magic remains for die-hard fans
It's not going to appeal to beat em up fans that live for combos, but for everyone else it's a solid and enjoyable fighting game, which should provide you with hours of fun
Though certain new additions sit uneasily against the seven-year-old framework, and the genre may have evolved, at its height, very few titles can match this Metal Gear for sheer style and panache.
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.
With no on-line play to be found and only minor improvements in gameplay, 06 seems like a step backwards from previous years.
Spartan: Total Warrior isn't a classic, but it's a fun, simplistic hack 'n' slash that offers a lot of enjoyment, tarnished by the odd bad design choice.