• Metal Slug 3 Review

    The most expensive series of all time makes its affordable debut on the PS2 and Xbox. Mayhem of the most magnificent kind?

    Posted 2004-11-22T22:28:29Z by Struan Robertson

  • Killzone Review

    In the aftermath of a superb FPS double whammy, can Killzone offer PlayStation 2 owners something to get excited about?

    Posted 2004-11-21T17:41:56Z by Tom Orry

  • Tribes: Vengeance Review

    Tribes: Vengeance offers far more than its standard multiplayer offerings of the past. Does it combine to make a must have title?

    Posted 2004-11-16T16:43:34Z by Andy Young

  • Joint Operations: Typhoon Rising Review

    JOPS is an insurgent online shooter that rebels against the establishment, but doesn't quite manage a coup-de-etat.

    Posted 2004-11-15T22:10:35Z by Iain McCafferty

  • Crash Bandicoot: Twinsanity Review

    Travellers Tales return with another Crash Bandocoot outing on PS2, but can they re-capture the fun and excitement that the series once had?

    Posted 2004-11-15T17:26:51Z by Robert Dick

  • IGI 2: Covert Strike Review

    The first game had a bad name and its fair share problems. Did Innerloop do any better with the second and is it worth ten of your pounds?

    Posted 2004-11-14T18:09:25Z by Struan Robertson

  • Ninja Gaiden Review

    A wonderful take on the 3rd person adventure game. Ninjas AND tanks? Who could ask for more?

    Posted 2004-11-11T21:14:36Z by Struan Robertson

  • Fable Review

    Be whoever you want to be, but is Fable what it wanted to be? The answers await you in our review.

    Posted 2004-11-10T18:38:27Z by Keza MacDonald

  • Ratchet & Clank 3 Review

    Insomniac's third Ratchet & Clank game in two years certainly isn't a rushed job.

    Posted 2004-11-10T02:02:38Z by Tom Orry

  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Review

    Rockstar's latest mass-murder sim gets the Pro-G review treatment. Check it out, playa.

    Posted 2004-11-09T16:36:28Z by Ian Dransfield