Excerpt: A few years ago, the staple joke us cool reviewers could always fall back on was just how bloody overused World War II was for a video gaming backdrop. Though it started its slow decline at the start of our current generation of hardware, it didn’t want to let go easy and tried to throw up one last...
Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People 4: Dangeresque 3
7 June 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...
Summary: The Kickstarted, crowd sourced, highly ambitious simulation racing game Project CARS is finally ready for release after years in the making. Does this PC-style sim have the chops to challenge the titans of the genre on consoles? Sort of. Kinda. Maybe.
Pros: Fantastic visuals; tons of tracks; lots of options; satisfying handling
Cons: Glitches; car list; karts suck; career mode; steep learning curve
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.
Excerpt: Vrooom! Forza 2, any good? So then, is it any good? Forza Motorsport 2 is the new Racing Sim from the team Turn 10 and its well worth a test drive! The 360 has a few racing games available now and they each have their own appeal.
Pros: Custom Paint Jobs. Steering Wheel. So many cars!
Excerpt: I love watching Top Gear and tune in every week (or when the BBC can be bothered to air it) to see what the trio of presenters are getting up to. FYI, I do not watch the show due to my love of cars, in fact my vehicular fascination is no where near high enough to let me sit through a program solely...
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.