Tony Hawk's Proving Ground adds a few new features to the genre, but this long-running series is getting to be a case of "been there, done that" over and over again.
With extreme popularity and a developer switch, we thought we should cover Guitar Hero III in great depth, so here is our second review of the game on multiple platforms.
With a huge opening weekend, Guitar Hero III is off to an amazing start. But does the game live up to all the hype? You bet it does!
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.
GUN is an excellent spaghetti western, with plenty of sauce for splattering around the walls and dusty trails of this beautiful virtual world.
Let me make one thing perfectly clear on this review. Since my days in high school, and up to this day, I have never liked skaterats (my name for skateboarders.) To me, being a skaterat is the lowest form of life, maybe even lower than a convicted multiple murderer. Not only that, but I have rarely touched a skaterat video game in my life (with the exception of Skate or Die for the Commodore 64). However, when I was at E3 last month, I obtained a copy of Sega’s latest Web Browser, which to my surprise, included several demos. One … Continue reading Tony Hawk's Pro Skater gets air