Conclusion: EverQuest online Adventures brings it's addictive gameplay to your living room. Now you can kick back and slay dragons from the comfort of your couch.
Pros: It's EverQuest!... on your TV!!!, Same addictive gameplay as the PC version, Excellent streamlined combat system, It's EverQuest!... on your TV!!!, Same addictive gameplay as the PC version, Excellent streamlined combat system
Cons: $9.99 per month after the first 30 days, Not the sharpest graphics in Norrath, $9.99 per month after the first 30 days, Not the sharpest graphics in Norrath
Conclusion: Pour son énième édition, Burnout s’offre le paradis et Electronic Arts la place de l’éditeur des meilleurs jeux de courses avec cette nouvelle licence ajoutée à celle de la série des Need For Speed. Convenant à toute la famille, bien que pouvant donner de mauvaises idées sur la route, vous pouvez courir l’acheter, le succès est au rendez-vous.
Pros: Des graphismes époustouflants, Une bande son du tonnerre
Excerpt: The difficulty Criterion have had since Burnout 3 is how to top what they’ve done before. For this, the first “build-from-the-ground-up” high definition Burnout, they at least had the power of the PS3 and Xbox to help in that regard. The differentiation they have achieved comes through four main features: no load times, a High Definition graphics engine, exploration and general fooling around as an important game mechanic, and lots of online features including...
Conclusion: The Burnout franchise risks a new direction, and comes one sequel away from perfection.
Cons: If you lose a race—and by the way, second and third place are worth bupkus this time—you can't just hit a button and try again; you have to trek all the way back to the starting point, or just write it off and find something else to do.
Excerpt: Back at E3, Burnout Paradise was one of the games I picked as the Best of E3. It seems like a long time ago, but I still remember how much fun I had playing the game, jumping off ramps, driving fast, and even watching other people drive around. Having played the game for over a week now, I can safely say that Burnout Paradise delivers as a fantastic racing game any racing fan should own, and that even non-racing fans will likely get some enjoyment out of it.
Summary: 2008. The year that no home-nations will get to play in the European Championship Finals in Austria and Switzerland. The long summer of watching the likes of Portugal, Germany and France compete to be the best in European football. Although England failed to qualify for the Finals, one good thing to come out of it was the FA’s decision to terminate the contract of Steve McClaren.
Pros: Captain Your Country, Fast, fluid football, Great atmospheres around Europe
Cons: Online needs to be fixed, The invisible player I encountered, Cross-and-score players get annoying