Call of Duty: Black Ops takes over the end-of-the-year games market, hitting the ground with a flashbacking single player campaign spanning from WWII to Vietnam to the Cold War.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Reflex Edition moves the amazing series over to the Wii, and takes advantage of some of the unique the motion capture physics of that console.
Although we think this should be a $40 add-on instead of a $60 standalone game, Guitar Hero Smash Hits converts all the best GH songs to master tracks, and makes a fine "greatest hits" addition to the series.
Spider-Man: Web of Shadows has a phenomenal character building engine, but falls a little flat in the graphics and story department, making it a forgettable Spider-man title.
After moving the series to a new developer and into the modern world, Call of Duty: World At War moves back to World War II. And you will find that WWII is still red hot.
Quantum of Solace hits the theaters, and the tie-in game hits consoles and PCs at the same time. And unlike other games based on movies, Quantum can hold its own in a fight.
Spider-Man 3 is by far the best Spider-man themed game ever made. Unfortunately, that is somewhat faint praise for this lukewarm series.
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.
Interplay Production’s latest release, Die by the Sword, takes the behind the back perspective made famous in Tomb Raider and successfully incorporates it into an all encompassing sword fighting experience. The main game involves a warrior named Elric, a simple swordsman who is enjoying a peaceful evening with his girlfriend Maya. They are suddenly attacked by an army of kobolds, and Elric chases after them. Little does he know that other kobolds arrive to carry Maya away in order to be used as a human sacrifice. Returning to the area to find his beloved missing, he races to a cave … Continue reading Interplay calls on VSIM technology to push gaming envelope