Excerpt: The Castlevania series started many years ago with the classic Nintendo original. Even though the second game proved too frustrating for many gamers, the series continued to garner a strong following.
Conclusion: In this reviewer’s humble opinion Order of Ecclesia is the best Castlevania title yet. As much as I still love Symphony of the Night , it is not as beautiful, as well-designed, nor as -fun- as Ecclesia is.
Excerpt: Date: 1/8/2008 Universe at War: Earth Assault in many ways harkens back to the golden age of RTS gaming when StarCraft was in its heyday. You have three distinct alien factions, each with their own unique strengths and weaknesses, resource gathering, base building, and maps that look 3D but play...
Conclusion: The trouble with Universe at War is that, while it wasn’t exactly terrible on the PC, the 360 version needed to be an improvement in order to merit your 40 quid. But what we have is the same game with a bunch of technical issues added, and a duff control system that makes it a bit of a chore to...
Excerpt: I wasn’t sure what to expect when starting up Universe at War but from what I had seen and read, it sounded like it had the potential to be a great real-time strategy game. It started off with a story line and then introduced to you how to play the game.
Excerpt: Universe at War may be the sci-fi RTS videogame equivalent of the 1995 epic Showgirls : an unintentionally funny amalgamation of average script writing and average…well almost everything else.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Developed by Petroglyph studios, makers of Star Wars: Empire at War, comes a new game, Universe at War: Earth Assault. The game starts in the year 2020 where human beings are facing extinction. It is a real time strategy game consisting of three new factions.