RPG fans who have yearned for this series to make it to our shores will struggle to find a better example this generation.
Screenshots or word of mouth can never fully convey what Red Octane has done here. Now, stop messing around and go buy it.
Street Fighter Alpha Anthology is how a retro compilation should be done. It's reasonably priced and provides a comprehensive compendium of five superb games.
Buying Subsistence should be a no-brainer, even for those of you who have spent countless hours already mastering the original.
What matters most is how PES 6 plays, and it plays very nicely indeed. Unless you spend most of your time playing alone, you won't be disappointed by either version, but the 360 game lacks features.
By yourself there are a few games that provide as much of a thrill, and when playing with friends Guitar Hero II reaches even greater heights, making it a must own game.
The world of Okami is so lush, visually stunning and complete within itself that you just want to lose yourself in it. One of the last great games for the PlayStation 2.
It was never really in doubt, but Square Enix has delivered the goods once again. In the end, Final Fantasy XII is a brilliant RPG that has been well worth the wait.
There's nothing particularly new about what God of War 2 brings to video games but as a popcorn game nothing but its older brother comes close to being as epic and downright entertaining.
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.
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