Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People 4: Dangeresque 3
2 May 2008
Excerpt: Strong Bad has returned in Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective ; in this penultimate installment of the episodic series, Strong Bad has finally finished his B-movie thriller Dangeresque 3 (A recap of the previous two installments is available on the official page) and gathers the cast and friends for the grand premiere in his basement.
Summary: Forza Motosport 2 is a well polished game with little flaws. Improvement to the graphics, including a dashboard view would had made this game superb, but fell short in that department. Other than that, Forza Motorsport 2 is a great title becoming the third fastest-selling Xbox 360 title released so far, and fourth fastest selling title on any platform this year (according to
Excerpt: Let me get this out of the way right up front: I was not a huge fan of realistic racing games. I usually prefer racing games that don't take themselves too seriously and yet, I found myself entranced with Forza Motorsport 2. The sheer amount of cars, tracks, race options, and the paint editor will make just about anyone who likes racing want this game! You should be able to have a good grasp on how the review is going to go right now.
Conclusion: Fans of Lego and Star Wars are in for a treat with Lego Star Wars: The Videogame from Eidos. Lego Star Wars is a retelling of the stories from Star Wars Episodes I, II, and III. It skips all of the lame parts and lets you play through the best parts of these movies. You'll duel with Darth Maul and Count Dooku as well as take part in the coliseum battle at the end of Episode II and pod racing on Tatooine along with much more.
Summary: If you love cars, you’ll love Forza. With over 300 vehicles included on the disc - and more promised via Xbox Live - the game is a virtual utopia for petrolheads, each of the digital rides behaving in exactly the same way as they would in the real world, from high-end Ferraris and Saleens to Volkswagen Golfs and Mini Coopers.