Onimusha Dawn of Dreams Review

The original Onimusha trilogy is held in high regard by almost every gamer. It combined horror, Japanese history, and beautiful combat to complete a unique and addicting series. In 2006, Capcom developed and published Onimusha Dawn of Dreams, a continuation of the universe but set 15 years later after Onimusha 3. Onimusha is one ofContinue reading “Onimusha Dawn of Dreams Review”

Minority Report Everybody Runs Review

Throughout much of the 90s and early 2000s, Tom Cruise was a blockbuster actor. In 2002, he starred in a film called Minority Report that grossed over $358 million. While it wasn’t a smash-hit like some of his other films, it still did well. So well, that it earned its own spinoff video game. InContinue reading “Minority Report Everybody Runs Review”

Medal of Honor Frontline Review

Medal of Honor made the jump to the next generation and released the third game in the series titled Medal of Honor Frontline in 2002. Developed by EA Los Angeles, and published by Electronic Arts, the protagonist, Jimmy Patterson, of the original Medal of Honor returned. Gamers could now access the World War II first-personContinue reading “Medal of Honor Frontline Review”

Gun

By Tiger Chainsaw “Save The Whore” Before there was Red Dead Redemption, there was another glorious Western filled with cowboys, Indians, and rebels. Developed by Neversoft and published by Activision, “Gun” was released in 2005 for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube. The semi-open world action-adventure game would offer tons of content but would theContinue reading “Gun”

The Getaway

“Hey, Wanker!” In the early to mid-2000s, many video game developers produced GTA clones after the monstrous success of GTA III. Some producers blatantly ripped off GTA while others took the model and added their own bells and whistles to the newly created genre. Developer Team SoHo and publisher Sony Computer Entertainment released “The Getaway”Continue reading “The Getaway”

Extermination

Quite possibly the first “survival horror” game for the PlayStation 2, Extermination was developed by Deep Space and published by Sony Computer Entertainment in 2001. Taking place in Antarctica, a special Marine squad receives orders to investigate a research facility that has gone silent. Would this mission be met with a rousing round of successContinue reading “Extermination”

Star Wars: Battlefront II

“Now in space!” One year after the release of the original Star Wars: Battlefront, developer Pandemic Studios, and publisher LucasArts followed it up with the release of Star Wars: Battlefront II for PlayStation 2 and Xbox in 2005. The second game in the series would introduce content from Episode III as well as allowing playersContinue reading “Star Wars: Battlefront II”

Red Faction

Developed by Volition and published by THQ for the PlayStation 2 in 2001, Red Faction showed off a gameplay feature that was foreign to many gamers. Red Faction was famous for its realistic structures and walls taking damage. Explosions caused massive holes in the walls and pillars to fall to pieces. It was a hugeContinue reading “Red Faction”

Star Wars: Battlefront

Imagine taking the most iconic battles from the beloved Star Wars franchise and letting players experience them for themselves? Seems like a genius idea that would have been repeated numerous times. Well, it never happened in video games until 2004, when Pandemic Studios developed Star Wars: Battlefront that was published by LucasArts for the PlayStationContinue reading “Star Wars: Battlefront”

Monster Jam Maximum Destruction Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! A recipe for maximum destruction includes taking the Twister Metal formula of picking up weapons and pitting monster trucks against each other in death arenas and that’s exactly what Inland Productions and Ubi Soft did when they teamed up and released Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction in 2002 for the PlayStationContinue reading “Monster Jam Maximum Destruction Review”