• Project Rub Review

    Does the Nintendo DS really need this many minigame games? We check out Project Rub

    Posted 2005-03-10T22:39:39Z by Tom Orry

  • WarioWare Touched! Review

    More minigame mayhem as Wario crash-lands on the Nintendo DS

    Posted 2005-03-10T12:57:26Z by Gareth Clark

  • Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath Review

    We take a look at the latest Oddworld game. Will Stranger replace Abe in our affections?

    Posted 2005-03-10T12:57:17Z by Andy Young

  • Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater Review

    Kojima hones his MGS vision, but is it a vision gamers want to be part of?

    Posted 2005-03-09T03:13:02Z by Ian Clements

  • Super Mario 64 DS Review

    An old friend gets some shiny new clothes as Mario 64 leads the first wave of DS titles

    Posted 2005-03-09T03:12:55Z by Gareth Clark

  • Polarium Review

    The Nintendo DS needs games that do more than simply showcase the Touch Screen. Is this one of those games?

    Posted 2005-03-07T14:46:16Z by Tom Orry

  • Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Review

    Does the DS version contain that which made the PC and console versions such a success?

    Posted 2005-03-07T00:06:19Z by Tom Orry

  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords Review

    A potentially great RPG ruined by technical flaws. Are they too bad to get over?

    Posted 2005-03-06T04:15:34Z by Iain McCafferty

  • Masters of the Universe He-Man: Defender of Grayskull Review

    He-Man makes his debut on the current-generation in this PS2 incarnation. Is he master of this universe? We take a look and find out

    Posted 2005-03-06T04:15:32Z by Adam Jarvis

  • Rome: Total War Review

    Has the Creative Assembly given RTS fans a real reason to feel gladius with Rome: Total War?

    Posted 2005-03-06T04:15:29Z by Iain McCafferty