Given how long Quake 4 took to get made, we were expecting a little bit more. However there are some nice high points, like getting turned into an alien warrior.
Call of Duty 2 emerges as the king of World War II shooters with a thought provoking, beautiful game that scores top marks in all areas.
GUN is an excellent spaghetti western, with plenty of sauce for splattering around the walls and dusty trails of this beautiful virtual world.
Ultimate Spider-Man brings a true cartoon feel to the comic book superhero genre. Too bad the game is nearly identical to Spider-Man 2 in every other way.
The Fantastic Four game, like the blockbuster movie, has a bit of a shallow plot but makes up for it with plenty of cool special effects and addictive play.
The Resurrection of Evil expansion pack adds a bit to Doom 3, but your enjoyment will depend on how much you dug the original.
DOOM 3 moves over to the Xbox, and our reviewer finds a much better multiplayer experience than on the PC.
Call of Duty attacks the console platform, making a big C-Day splash. So console squads, hit that beach!
Rome: Total War is a seamless blend of turn-based planning and real-time combat set in the bloody days of the Roman Empire. As a boon, it boasts spectacular visuals and stunning sound.
The much-anticipated sequel in the Vampire series is bound to be a hit, though the exceptional level of blood, gore and disturbing images may turn some away.