Conclusion: Being that more than one of us had the chance to play through the entire campaign mode and put some serious multiplayer time as well, we decided to give our own summary on the best Xbox game ever.
Conclusion: Need for Speed Most Wanted is a great addition to the franchise that builds upon what gamers have already made a successful mix of racing, modding and excitement. The Xbox 360 version is quite noticeably more fine tuned than the Xbox version, but the lack of innovative online features leaves us...
Conclusion: All this is fairly minor and sporadic. The same can’t be said for the narrative—a boring, banal sci-fi mishmash that continues the trend of strained video game storytelling. The game pauses for a lot of cutscenes to attempt meaning for all this merciless destruction, but really the biggest...
Excerpt: Making the transition from card to video game isn’t something I normally like to do. I prefer sitting down with one of my friends (or some punk kid) and talking trash after I pull off a spectacular upset. I just prefer the over all feel and atmosphere a card game creates.
Excerpt: The best game on its system. The best of its kind. The best this era. The Best Game Ever. While the sound bites rolled on, once the dust had settled on the hype train of the original Halo, we were undoubtedly left with a title that changed perception for genre and generation.
Excerpt: EA really know how to make a videogame that has mass appeal. The Need For Speed series has become a huge favourite amongst the teenage audience and the switch to Underground gave the series a much needed boost in popularity.
Excerpt: Like an unstoppable juggernaut of hype, Halo 2 has stormed into the history books with all the subtlety of an intergalactic war machine, teasing gamers for months on end with everything from massive in-depth previews to a theatrical trailer.