Tony Hawk’s series moves into its eighth reiteration. This time Tony has some new tricks, and the game will set difficulty based on player aptitude.
Although Genji: Days of the Blade is good for a PS3 Launch Title, there is a lot more depth that the game should have offered.
Resistance: Fall of Man is by far the best PS3 launch title and nearly justifies the entire new system. We check out this and some other PS3 launch titles this week.
Final Fantasy XI makes the jump to the Xbox 360, and we find crisp graphics and good playability, as well as all the expansion packs ready to go – after a six hour download.
After a torturous five year wait following Morrowind, Oblivion hits the 360 and PC with a game that is not likely to be topped for years to come. Oblivion changes everything.
War, uhh, good God y’all. What is it good for? Absolutely nothing! Say it again. Well, I can’t say it again because without war, I would not have had the privilege of playing Medal of Honor (MOH), which by the way is about as close as I ever want to get to real warfare. MOH is DreamWorks’ (you know the guys who brought us Saving Private Ryan) first foray into the world of gaming. The same level of realism they brought to that movie is clearly evident throughout MOH. While, not a straight shoot-em-all-up ammo-fest and not a stealth dominated … Continue reading Medal of Honor is the Saving Private Ryan” of PlayStation”
Stop dreaming, It’s here. For a while, it seemed as though 9-9-99 was never going to arrive. For three months, I waited oh so impatiently for this magical day to arrive, because I knew that on that day I would be a proud owner of Sega’s new 128-bit Dreamcast system. Even test runs on imports and severe cases of insomnia during the final days didn’t hold me back. And on that great day of 9-9-99, I was the first person in line at my local Software Etc., ready to dedicate my life towards the new world that Dreamcast would offer. … Continue reading Dreamcast launches to fanfare, worthy titles