A must have for PS2 owners once you get passed the first few levels.
8 June 2012
Summary: I remember getting this game a few months after it came out in the begining of the PS2's life cycle. I like many other people bought this because I saw 4 player multi-player. I started playing it with my little brother and that didn't last long he thought it was ok but wasn't fun enough to play...
Summary: If you are a patient person who loves to figure out tough puzzles then this is the game for you. My boyfriend introduced the game to me and I was iffy about it. But once I began playing I became addicted!
Summary: If wading thru enemies while holding down the triger on your BFG is your idea of fun then this game is NOT for you. If instead you prefer to use your brain and only occasionally defent yourself from attackers then you'll enjoy this title.
Summary: buying this the other day i thought it was going to be very boring but its real good if you like to lead your team around to get through a or spliting your team up in to two sqaudsthis is the game for you im still playing it but i think it should be good here are some pros and cons graphics...
Summary: I love this game. After a while, it becomes addictive. It has a bunch of levels, each of which is so challenging, I couldn't complete any of them without taking a peak at the guide (which by the way, you should purchase if you ever want to complete this game). Nor is this game just for kids!
Summary: Project Eden's a great game. The puzzles are much more fun than the mindless switch pulling of the series tomb raider (eidos' series that is long overdue for retirement) If you like puzzles, action, and adventure this is definatly the game to buy.
Summary: I noticed that this game doesn't have much for reviews, but I rented Project Eden for five days and I must say that this was one of the most fun games I've played. Many games these days don't have enough challenge to them and not enough thinking, but Project Eden is a great game for those gamers...