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”

Onimusha 3 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! In 2004, Capcom completed the trilogy of the Onimusha series when they released Onimusha 3: Demon Seige for the PlayStation 2. The third entry saw the return of Samanosuke, the protagonist from the first game in an effort to kill the evil Nobunaga once and for all. Would Samanosuke defeatContinue reading “Onimusha 3 Review”

Onimusha 2 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Gamers couldn’t get enough of demons, undead, and samurai with the Capcom hit “Onimusha” on the PlayStation 2 in 2001. Just a year later in 2002, Capcom followed it up with a sequel titled Onimusha 2: Samurai’s Destiny for the PlayStation 2. The sequel would feature a different main characterContinue reading “Onimusha 2 Review”

Onimusha Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Capcom has created some of the most memorable action-horror series with Resident Evil, Dino Crisis, and Devil May Cry. One series that flies under the radar is Onimusha and that’s too bad because it’s terrific. Combining ancient Japan wars with a demon-infested setting made for one of the best gamesContinue reading “Onimusha Review”

Dead or Alive 2 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! The fighting series Dead or Alive bounced its way onto the video game scene in the late 90s with releases on the Sega Saturn and Playstation. Known for bouncing breasts and fighting, Team Ninja and Tecmo teamed up to release a sequel in 2000 for the Sega Dreamcast and PlaystationContinue reading “Dead or Alive 2 Review”