Excerpt: Engage in the world of Test Drive and you will get sucked in for life. The original game appeared on the 360 in 2006 to critical acclaim, picking up high review scores all over the place. The sheer size of this M.O.O.R.
Excerpt: Ever dreamt you had it all? Beautiful partner, sweet crib, stylish clothes, good-looking friends, a garage full of fast cars, and more money than you knew what to do with. That life appears to be yours at the start of Eden Games' Test Drive Unlimited 2.
Conclusion: There are two major points that destroy any chance this game has. First of all, without any voice-overs the cut-scenes are all presented as really nicely-drawn comics with some fine writing, but they go on for absolute ages.
Excerpt: The Ghostbusters are well known for their English deprived slogan “I aint ‘fraid of no ghosts.” Apparently, someone forgot to tell the team's new recruits from Atari and Behaviour Santiago's Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime because on more than one occasion I witnessed them running from the action and...
Conclusion: Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime imparts very little of the charm that the franchise is known for. There are no comical voice-overs; instead, little snippets of pop-up text with forced jokes suffice for character interaction.
Pros: Ghostbusters theme song is good for a sing-along.
Cons: No online multiplayer, Repetitive gameplay, Weak AI, Recycled levels.
Excerpt: Four years ago, Eden games dreamed of a different type of racing game, and the result, Test Drive Unlimited delivered in spades. Taking drivers beyond the track, the original Unlimited was a massive and fun endeavor that kept gamers busy for hours. Now, they're looking to do it again.