It’s called Prey, but this game tears up other FPS titles and eats them alive. Unique weapons, changing gravity and Cherokee magic turns the shooter world upside down.
Hitman: Blood Money takes the beloved assassination series places it has never before been, including a mission inside the Oval Office! Expect the unexpected.
Like a Hollywood star that has suffered through some bad movies and bad times, Lara suddenly plots a comeback worthy of her series in Legend.
One of the hottest summer movies becomes one of the hottest summer games. Take X-Men out for a not so pleasant stroll through the park.
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.
Combining guns and cars has always been a popular theme with gamers. Add in an unwreck button and Full Auto is a pretty unique title.
With the DVD just released, we go back and take a look at King Kong, the official game of the movie to see how it stacks up.
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.
The Harmony Remote may be designed for the Xbox 360, but can be used to control almost any piece of electronic nirvana.
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.