The extreme sports genre is now a very crowded one, thanks in large part to the dominance of the Tony Hawk juggernaut and all the titles that copied it. However, to merely dismiss Aggressive Inline as a Tony Hawk wannabe on rollerblades would be to do...
September 15, 2006
Meteos (DS) Review
Japanese game designer Tetsuya Mizuguchi has won legions of fans around the world in recent years, and not just for the infamous vibrating controller incident. His unique style of blending music and graphic art seamlessly into puzzle gameplay has wowe...
July 5, 2006
Project Rub (DS) Review
When the DS first launched, there were slim pickings on the software front. With few games of any note, one name that kept popping up with decent reviews was Project Rub, otherwise known as Feel the Magic XY/XX. But with Nintendos ambitious handheld n...
May 17, 2006
Resident Evil: Deadly Silence (DS) Review
Since it first appeared on the original Playstation in 1996, Resident Evil (known as Biohazard in Japan) has become something of a pop culture icon. The license has gone on to include six major games, numerous spin-offs, a series of big-budget Hollywo...
Every now and then, there comes a particularly rare and valuable gem of a game. The sort that never attracts the kind of attention and massive sales of blockbusters like Halo or GTA, but captures the hearts of reviewers everywhere, and those few gamer...