Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers GameCube Review

EA as always been known to bring games from big licenses. They know that these types of games sell well with the mainstream audience. One of the biggest things lately has been lord of the rings. You have all probably seen the movies and read the books. No matter where you lived, you what-what the Lord of the Rings is. Other games using the LOTR world have been made, but EA decided to use the movie license so that…

Killer 7 GameCube Review

Killer 7 is just one of those that will confuse just about everybody. In all reality, the only people that can ever truly understand the story that drives this game are the developers themselves! In a possible political and terrorist conspiracy between the United States and Japan, Harman Smith is charged with the prevention of a possible cataclysmic event! Just who is Harman Smith? He is a man that has a severe psychological problem, identity identification disorder, but you…

Gun GameCube Review

Gun GameCube Review

It’s not very often that we see a developer so well-known for a franchise and they decide to surprise us. Capcom, makers of Resident Evil, gave us Killer 7. n-Space, makers of the crapfest Mary Kate & Ashley games, gave us Geist. The case is no different here, as makers of the infamous Tony Hawk skater franchise give us what is simply known as Gun. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill shooting game. If you’re a fan of westerns…

Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem (Second Take) GameCube Review

Projects that are in development for extended periods of time tend to either a) die, or b) suck. But once in a great while, a rare title comes along that questions the validity of the rule. Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem, a title that was in development for over 4 years, is one of those games. Developed by Silicon Knights, who recently created Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes and are working on Too Human for the Xbox 360, and…

Donkey Konga (Second Opinion) GameCube Review

When Nintendo announced that its new Donkey Kong game would be a rhythm-based game using kongas, you could hear the moans and groans from the faithful. When will we ever learn that Nintendo is almost always right?

When you purchase Donkey Konga, you’ll be greeted by a huge box that might as well house a console. A Konga controller is included, which is why the game box is so large. The kongas themselves are pretty solidly built, albeit they’re all…

Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean GameCube Review

There is no doubt in the mind of any Nintendo fan that there has been a solid lack of RPGs for the GameCube. The PS2 has been the absolute dominant platform for the genre this generation. But even so, that doesn’t mean the GameCube hasn’t had its share of quality. Whether it be Fire Emblem: PoR, Paper Mario: TTYD, the X-Men Legends games, Tales of Symphonia and a good number of others, the GameCube has quality RPG titles. Final…

Mario Superstar Baseball GameCube Review

Mario runs, Mario swims, Mario dances, Mario plays soccer, Mario plays golf, Mario plays tennis, Mario Parties… Mario does it all! I’ve seen so many Mario games and sometimes it seems like it’s just too much! But every time I do play a new Mario Game, I am hooked on it for some reason that I can not explain. I guess it’s because Nintendo knows how to make a great game. People like Mario, (and so do I) and…

Mario Kart DS (Second Opinion) Nintendo DS Review

Brain Age: Train Your Brain In Minutes A Day! Nintendo DS Review

It isn’t very often that a piece of educational gaming software proves entertaining. The NES saw a heavy amount of them, with games starring Sesame Street characters, Barbie and Donkey Kong. These games could’ve had simple addition and subtraction or child level reading. Regardless of what it was, some proved helpful, while some were just downright bizarre and boring. The Nintendo DS seems to be the newest platform…