Category: Old School

PS2: Raw Danger

Raw Danger

It’s the year 2010 and you are in Geo City, the safest and most advanced city in the word. It’s Christmas and it has been raining for a while but nobody seems to care about the weather outside…until a river

Ps2: Tourist Trophy

Tourist Trophy

Polyphony Digital, creator of the highly successful Gran Turismo series, takes a step into the motorcycle realm with Tourist Trophy. Can they pull off the same with Tourist Trophy? The answer, for the most part, is yes. Combining the environment

Xbox/Xbox360: Splinter Cell Double Agent

Splinter Cell Double Agent

The latest installment in the Splinter Cell franchise actually comes in a variety of minty flavors. The Xbox and Xbox 360 versions are drastically different from each other, so different in fact they could be considered different games altogether. Having

SNES: Killer Instinct

Killer Instinct

This is the long anticipated conversion of one of the best arcade fighters around and i suppose the big question would be “does it compare?” and the answer is yes. Unfortunately the graphics aren’t as great but if possible they

Xbox: Rallisport Challenge 2

Rallisport Challenge 2

Please, for the next few months, do not refer to me as Rob G but as Raceious Maximus Rally Racer Extraordinaire. In my Lancer EVO, I grip the off-roads, slide around corners, pass my opponents and drive off cliffs like

PS2: Firefighter F.D. 18

Firefighter F.D. 18

There are not that many firefighter games in the market. This is one that stands out as the most intense firefighting experience ever. In Firefighter F.D. 18 the player takes the role of Dean McGregor, a firefighter who became what

Gamecube: Turok Evolution

Turok Evolution

The first and only Turok installment for the Gamcube/Xbox/PS2 provides a substandard experience in comparison to the other iterations in the series. Released August 31, 2002 Published by Acclaim Developed by Acclaim Rated M for Mature Reviewed by: Agriath |

PS2: Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock

Guitar Hero III Legends of Rock

Ever since Guitar Hero I was released back in the spring of 2006, gaming has not been the same. Guitar Hero opened the world of video games up to people whom had never even held a controller before. With its

Xbox: Splinter Cell

Splinter Cell

I thought I made a mistake with the Splinter Cell series in that I played them out of order and on the wrong system. I started out with the second in the series, Pandora Tomorrow on the PS2, I loved

Splinter Cell Chaos Theory

Splinter Cell Chaos Theory

If you have an Xbox, you must play this game. No questions asked, just go pick it up used somewhere for 15 bucks and enjoy. In my opinion this is the best game available for the Xbox which is saying