• Ace Combat: Squadron Leader Review

    Ace Combat is one of the longest running series of the PlayStation era. Does the latest live up to its predecessors?

    Posted 2005-03-01T02:51:58Z by Ian Dransfield

  • Second Sight Review

    Are some trademark Free Radical touches enough to pull the game away from mediocrity?

    Posted 2005-02-24T21:46:55Z by Wesley Yin-Poole

  • Suikoden IV Review

    The venerable RPG series finally makes its European PS2 debut. Was it worth the wait?

    Posted 2005-02-22T18:49:07Z by Gareth Clark

  • ESPN NHL 2K5 Review

    We take a look at Sega's last NHL title to use the ESPN brand

    Posted 2005-02-22T02:43:16Z by Tom Orry

  • Def Jam Fight For New York Review

    The sequel to Def Jam Vendetta arrives. Though can you play as Snoop?

    Posted 2005-02-18T12:08:44Z by Michael Robinson

  • Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction Review

    We take a look at LucasArt's destroy everything you can see 'em up. Does it pack the right weaponry?

    Posted 2005-02-17T20:05:21Z by Ian Dransfield

  • Dead or Alive Ultimate Review

    Team Ninja comes out swinging with an online remake of its top-heavy fighting games.

    Posted 2005-02-15T19:44:30Z by Gareth Clark

  • Outlaw Golf 2 Review

    The sequel to its prequel, Outlaw Golf 2 builds on the smut and the gameplay of the original. Birdie or Bogey? Find out in the review

    Posted 2005-02-08T13:31:25Z by Struan Robertson

  • Mario vs. Donkey Kong Review

    How does Nintendo's sequel to a ten year old game hold up? Find out in our review.

    Posted 2005-02-08T01:51:36Z by Stephen Carvell

  • Project Zero 2: Crimson Butterfly - Director's Cut Review

    Tecmo's innovative interpretation of the Survival-Horror genre successfully thrills and intrigues, but is it really scary?

    Posted 2005-02-04T00:48:35Z by Iain McCafferty