Reviews

  • The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures Review

    Nintendo's latest adventure is intended to be both a Zelda game and a multiplayer experience. Will it deliver on both counts?

    Posted 2005-01-09T23:09:41Z by Keza MacDonald

  • Vampire - The Masquerade: Bloodlines Review

    Bloody good fun, or a bloody mess? Troika manage to fit them both, with the most compelling RPG experience of the last 12 months

    Posted 2005-01-05T22:21:51Z by Iain McCafferty

  • Outrun 2 Review

    How does the much loved arcade racer translate to the the home? Come on a ride with us to find out

    Posted 2004-12-24T00:15:44Z by Stephen Carvell

  • The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap Review

    The first new 2D Zelda in years reviewed for your pleasure. Does Link still have what it takes?

    Posted 2004-12-23T03:02:32Z by Stephen Carvell

  • Kirby and the Amazing Mirror Review

    Kirby is back doing what he does best. Can his latest adventure live up to his great days of old?

    Posted 2004-12-23T03:02:28Z by Stephen Carvell

  • WarioWare Inc Review

    We look at one of the most interesting games to come from the Nintendo stable for some time.

    Posted 2004-12-23T03:01:40Z by Andy Young

  • Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising Review

    The sequel to one of the GBA's finest games improves an already winning formula. Find out how in our review.

    Posted 2004-12-23T03:01:18Z by Stephen Carvell

  • The Sims 2 Review

    It's the return of the little people in our slightly belated review...

    Posted 2004-12-22T02:37:32Z by Keza MacDonald

  • Metroid Prime 2: Echoes Review

    Samus returns, but has she changed? And is it for the best? Will our reviewer make it out of the dark world alive to tell his story?

    Posted 2004-12-17T03:27:06Z by Andy Young

  • Prince of Persia: Warrior Within Review

    The Prince is running out of time, yet is it possible for a man to cheat his fate? Has he also cheated fans out of a worthy sequel?

    Posted 2004-12-17T03:22:34Z by Ian Clements