Archive for March, 2004

Posted By Malcolm Owen On March 27, 2004 at 4:49 pm Comments Off on Review: Beyblade (Playstation)

Nintendo have a lot to answer for, even for this title that has nothing to do with them. They decided to release a small game called "Pokemon" into the West, which just happened to be accompanied by a huge marketing campaign, the most significant of which was a TV show. Since then, TV channels have […]

Posted By Malcolm Owen On March 13, 2004 at 7:52 am Comments Off on Review: Echelon: Wind Warriors (PC)

Dogfighting has always been a sub-genre of the great Flight Sim. Soaring in the air, you take on other aircraft, trying not to get shot down in the ensuing fire fight. Sure, you’re meant to take on opponents in the air, but it doesn’t help when your top speed is only slightly faster than a […]

Posted By Rory On March 10, 2004 at 5:02 pm Comments Off on Review: Mega Man: Network Transmission (Gamecube)

Mega Man has come a long way since his first outing on the NES back in ’87. The Blue Bomber began as a simple little action game about a robot fighting to save the world against evil robots created by his nemesis Dr. Wiley, but when the series progressed, things got a little crazy. Mega […]