Excerpt: It was always going to be aliens, wasn't it? There we are thinking the Bermuda Triangle leads to some parallel paradise where gamers with skills are worshipped like movie stars and eating pizza tones your abs instead of flabbing them up. But no. It leads to aliens.
Conclusion: For spectacular graphics and yell-out-loud moments of insanity, Split/Second cannot be beaten, but there are numerous flaws in the mechanics that can suck the fun out of the single player racing.
Conclusion: The Wii is often times slagged for its lack of quality software and it is a fair complaint against the system. But when Nintendo does deliver a product you can almost always be assured that the game is going to be filled with quality, especially if it is branded with the Mario name.
Excerpt: When playing Capcom’s Dark Void , it’s important to keep one thing in mind – perspective is key. Is the game’s narrative predictable and uninspired? Sure, but you have a jetpack. Are the mechanics a paint- by-numbers copy of several successful game franchises?
Excerpt: Dark Void is one of the first big multi-platform releases of 2010 and is also a key title in NVIDIAs PhysX catalogue. Today we take a look at the game in detail with a full review and also look at the PhysX content/performance.
Conclusion: It's a shame that Dark Void doesn't capitalize on its high-flying potential as well as it could. And it's even more unfortunate that there's no way to face off with your friends in aerial combat or stunt competitions.
Pros: Jetpack is speedy and maneuverable, Great opportunities for daring stunts.
Cons: Too much time spent without a jetpack, Shooting is unexciting, Enemies are repetitive.