This week GiN looks at a couple games based on movies. Some work and some don’t. Guess which side Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy falls into?
It’s hip hop meets Baldur’s Gate this week as we take to the streets to review the new 50 Cent: Bulletproof G-Unit Edition for the PSP.
From spears to lasers, Empire Earth II has everything and more that you could ask for from a RTS game.
Cutting opponents in half, making instant stealth kills and using some unique weapons makes a night on the town quite an experience with Red Ninja.
After a long time away, the Larry series makes a return with an entirely new look and feel. (pun intended)
While Spyro: A Hero’s Tale is a fun little game, it is a far cry from the genre-breaking Spyro titles of old.
In this poorly done game based on the movie Fight Club, the only real hit you will take is in your wallet.
The Bard’s Tale is one of those rare titles that offer action, combat and an engaging story in a humorous RPG that never takes itself too seriously.
Although the game is a little short, what is in the Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay is amazing.
Barbie Mermaid Adventure is another excellent title in the beautifully drawn, slightly educational series loved by young girls the world over.