In this review, we seek the time crystals as we play Timesplitters 2. We find out if this Playstation 2 FPS game is worth dusting off again.
In this review, we crash into the racing game Burnout 2: Point of Impact. We find out how this Playstation 2 sequel plays.
In this review, time slows down, weapons are collected, and we pop some painkiller pills like some addict desperate to hope that a pill can cure a bullet wound to the head. Indeed, we are playing the third person shooter Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne as seen o the Playstation 2.
In this review, we enter the next fear of the Silent Hill Series, Silent Hill 4: The Room. We find out how well this survival horror game plays.
In this review, we dig through the FPS game Red Faction to find out how good it was.
In this review, we travel through time as we play the first person shooter TimeSplitters.
In this review, we try the survival horror game Silent Hill 3. We find out how much this game contributes to the series.
In this review, we check out another fairly well known title – Max Payne. We look into whether or not this third person shooter is a good play.
In this review, we check out a Playstation 2 sequel called Silent Hill 2. We find out if this survival/horror sequel was better than the original or not.
By Drew Wilson Our reviews are now taking us to the Playstation 2. This video game, Katamari Damacy, is probably one of the most unique games I’ve ever played. This puzzle game features the goal of rolling up pretty much everything on the planet for the purpose of recreating the cosmos.