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Top Spin 2, Xbox 360 review

Top Spin 2, Xbox 360 review

Top Spin 2 – Xbox 360 reviewTennis isn't the most exciting sport in the world. Although over the years, the sport has been very well represented on games consoles. The two market leaders have always...

Review posted on 28th April 2006

The Godfather, Review PC

The Godfather, Review PC

Francis Ford Coppola's Godfather movie is a jewel in the crown of 70's cinema (as some describe it, the Golden Decade), The multi Oscar winner tells the story of the Corleone family. Itialian immigrants, caring...

Review posted on 7th April 2006

PC
Film School - Lose Everything

Film School - Lose Everything

Film SchoolNewsRecent signing to Beggars Banquet - Film School had all their equipment (including their band new Ford Econoline van) stolen on Wednesday morning (March 8th) in Philadelphia outside a the hotel where the band...

Review posted on 10th March 2006

Gay For Johnny Depp - Marty Leopard Injured

Gay For Johnny Depp - Marty Leopard Injured

Gay For Johnny Depp frontman injures himself on stage. Again. Spare a thought this week for Gay For Johnny Depp frontman Marty Leopard who has shattered his foot during the band's first hometown show of...

Review posted on 2nd March 2006

Dead or Alive 4, Review Xbox 360

Dead or Alive 4, Review Xbox 360

Dead or Alive 4 Review Xbox 360Dead or Alive 4 is making a late appearance on the Xbox 360, but thankfully it has now arrived. It's certainly been worth the wait for the great visuals,...

Review posted on 1st March 2006

Shadow of the Colossus

Shadow of the Colossus

Imagine roaming the ancient lands, assisted by your noble steed, intent on ridding of all the gigantic colossi. Well Sony did, and their imagination has helped to form a mammoth game by PS2 standards. It...

Review posted on 20th February 2006

PS2
Castlevania: Curse of Darkness, Review PS2, Konami

Castlevania: Curse of Darkness, Review PS2, Konami

Castlevania: Curse of Darkness – Review PS2 - KonamiCastlevania: Curse of Darkness ('COD') is the second 3-D outing of Konami's legendary series on the PS2. The previous instalment, Lament of Innocence, was an above average...

Review posted on 16th February 2006

Ridge Racer 6, Review Xbox 360

Ridge Racer 6, Review Xbox 360

Ridge Racer 6 - Review Xbox 360Ridge Racer has traditionally been the launch title of Sony's consoles, now Namco and Sony are no longer joined at the hip, Ridge Racer is available for the Xbox...

Review posted on 16th February 2006

NBA Live 06 Review Xbox 360

NBA Live 06 Review Xbox 360

NBA Live 06 Review Xbox 360Apparently built from the ground up NBA Live 06 should be a true representation of next generation gaming. Even the game engine itself has been built from scratch, or should...

Review posted on 27th January 2006

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2006, Review XBox 360

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2006, Review XBox 360

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2006 Review XBox 360Tiger Woods is an established game that has matured as each new version has arrived. The PS2 and Xbox versions of Tiger Woods 2006 featured a new swing...

Review posted on 20th January 2006

Madden NFL 2006 Review XBox 360, Screenshots

Madden NFL 2006 Review XBox 360, Screenshots

Madden NFL 2006 Review XBox 360John Madden series of games have always been close to my heart. From the early days when Madden first appeared on the Mega Drive, I was hooked. But when the...

Review posted on 18th January 2006

FIFA 06: Road to FIFA World Cup, Review Xbox 360, EA Sports

FIFA 06: Road to FIFA World Cup, Review Xbox 360, EA Sports

FIFA 06: Road to FIFA World Cup Review Xbox 360FIFA 06 was originally released on the Xbox which was the best EA football title to date, then for the release of the 360 EA present...

Review posted on 10th January 2006

Kameo: Elements of Power, Review Xbox 360

Kameo: Elements of Power, Review Xbox 360

Kameo Elements of Power is the first adventure game on the new 360 console. Developed by Rare this game has been in the making for what seems an eternity. Boot up the 360 with Kameo...

Review posted on 9th January 2006

Project Gotham Racing 3, (PGR3), review Xbox 360

Project Gotham Racing 3, (PGR3), review Xbox 360

Project Gotham Racing 3 (PGR3) Xbox 360Xbox 360 has been thin on the ground when it comes to killer original launch titles. Virtually all the games available on launch have been rehashes of PS2 or...

Review posted on 20th December 2005

Call of Duty 2, Review Xbox 360,

Call of Duty 2, Review Xbox 360,

Call of Duty 2 ReviewReview of Call Of Duty for Xbox 360With this title being a port of a PC game comparisons are bound to be made between the two formats. In simple terms the...

Review posted on 16th December 2005

Half-Life 2, Review Xbox

Half-Life 2, Review Xbox

Half-Life 2 is the sequel to one of the most critically acclaimed titles in gaming history and it is now available on the Xbox console. Available only on PC until now - Gordon Freeman, G-man...

Review posted on 9th December 2005

Sly 3: Honour Among Thieves

Sly 3: Honour Among Thieves

The fun cartoon platform adventure game returns with the added bonus that you can take control of the whole gang of specialist animal thieves. Sly Cooper takes the lead role but you'll also get to...

Review posted on 9th December 2005

PS2
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Goblet of fire has arrived. Arguably the best Harry Potter book has made its way onto the big screen and also onto our game consoles. The Tri-wizard Cup is a main part of this new...

Review posted on 9th December 2005

PS2
Need for Speed Most Wanted, Review Xbox 360

Need for Speed Most Wanted, Review Xbox 360

Need for Speed Most Wanted - Review Xbox 360The 360 is now out and sold out all over the country. However good the machine may be it is always the games that really make or...

Review posted on 9th December 2005

Matrix: Path of Neo

Matrix: Path of Neo

With the new edition to the Matrix video game category I could hope only that they didn't follow suit of the films. The first Matrix film was a marvel but the sequels were some what...

Review posted on 2nd December 2005

PS2
Soul Calibur III, Review PlayStation 2

Soul Calibur III, Review PlayStation 2

Soul Calibur is probably one of the most legendry fighting games that has ever been, Street Fighter II being probably the most legendry. Starting off life in the arcades some 10 years ago or so...

Review posted on 2nd December 2005

PS2
Gun, Review Xbox

Gun, Review Xbox

Gun – Review XboxExperience the brutality, greed, and lust of the wild, Wild West. Activision releases a new Cowboy themed role player that goes by the name of Gun. Gun is developed by Tony Hawk...

Review posted on 2nd December 2005

Sims 2

Sims 2

Sims 2 ReviewThe Sims has evolved. The interface of Sims Bustin' Out has been upgraded to mark the arrival of Sims 2 on PS2. With Sims 2 being released on PC it was only a...

Review posted on 30th November 2005

PS2
LMA Manager 2006

LMA Manager 2006

LMA Manager 2006The latest update of LMA Manager hits the market with the publishers claiming that it is an "evolutionary year for the series" and that it has "the most powerful database engine yet." The...

Review posted on 30th November 2005

PS2
Call of Duty 2

Call of Duty 2

Call of Duty 2 – Review PCThere is no doubt that when the original Call of Duty hit the stores back in '03 it made waves in the FPS, War simulation genre. Call of Duty...

Review posted on 25th November 2005

PC
Dead to Rights II, PS2 Review

Dead to Rights II, PS2 Review

Dead to Rights II (D2R2 from hereon in) is an old school arcade action game which combines Max Payne style shoot-outs with some Double Dragon dust-ups. The game is touted as a non-stop, action packed...

Review posted on 23rd November 2005

PS2
Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth, Xbox Review

Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth, Xbox Review

Howard Phillips Lovecraft, Born 1890 in Rhode Island USA, was one of the greatest writers of weird fiction and horror of the previous century. If you haven't heard of him before he ranks along side...

Review posted on 18th November 2005

Scooby Doo Unmasked

Scooby Doo Unmasked

Mystery Inc. return, all set for some Mystery Machine mayhem and clue solving fun. But the question is will Warner Bros succeed in doing justice to the cartoon adventure title?At first look it appears that...

Review posted on 9th November 2005

PS2
LA Rush, PS2 Review

LA Rush, PS2 Review

With the current wealth of games hogging the racing market such as Burnout, Need for Speed and Gran Turismo there is much need for a game to rise above them all and set a new...

Review posted on 9th November 2005

PS2
Ultimate Spiderman

Ultimate Spiderman

Ultimate Spiderman ReviewAt least one of the previous two Spiderman games are likely to have found their way into the hands of thousands of British gamers but I'm sure that like me, we were all...

Review posted on 28th October 2005

PS2
Spotlight on Nirvana: We need to talk about Spencer Elden

Spotlight on Nirvana: We need to talk about Spencer Elden

The baby on Nirvana’s Nevermind album is suing for sexual exploitation.

Album Of The Week: The 39th Anniversary Of 'Upstairs At Eric's' by Yazoo

Album Of The Week: The 39th Anniversary Of 'Upstairs At Eric's' by Yazoo

The unlikely pairing of the The Screamin' Ab Dabs singer Alison Moyet with "pretty boy" pop pioneer Vince Clarke may have been something of an...

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Bob Dylan is accused of sexual abuse, but fans say the facts don’t add up

Bob Dylan is accused of sexual abuse, but fans say the facts don’t add up

Fans are doing their own investigation into Bob Dylan sex abuse claims.

Album Of The Week: The 25th Anniversary of 'Beautiful Freak' by Eels

Album Of The Week: The 25th Anniversary of 'Beautiful Freak' by Eels

Left-field alternative pop didn't really get any better than 'Beautiful Freak' in 1996 and arguably it's rarely been bettered since.

Nick Kingswell talks to us about the paramount importance of creative control, being in the presence of Adrianne Lenker and pursuing songs [EXCLUSIVE]

Nick Kingswell talks to us about the paramount importance of creative control, being in the presence of Adrianne Lenker and pursuing songs [EXCLUSIVE]

London based Australian artist Nick Kingswell says that he "can't wait to share [his] new songs in a live setting with real humans" now that lockdown...

Billie Eilish - Happier Than Ever Album Review

Billie Eilish - Happier Than Ever Album Review

Happier Than Ever is one of the most highly anticipated album releases of the year, which puts an awful lot of pressure on a woman who’s faced more...

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