Skate 2 – Review

February 27, 2009

Guide your skater aimlessly about, taking in the sights and cruising neighborhoods for abandoned swimming pools to skate in.

Thrashing Like A Maniac – Review

February 1, 2009

16 cuts of shredding metal. It has names ya know and names ya don’t, plus little photos, a blurb, a web link, and “courtesy of” credits if not on Earache.

Ministry – Cover Up – Review

February 1, 2009

Aside from bombast and a drum machine on crack, the arrangements aren’t much different. Ministry can sing, and don’t have to dumb down “the hard parts.”

Mirror’s Edge – Review

February 1, 2009

In a police state where free expression is not tolerated, as a runner, you’ll feel a satisfying sense of speed and tangible interaction with your environment.

Guitar Hero – World Tour – Review

February 1, 2009

With World Tour, the series apes the Rock Band formula by adding drums, bass, and vocals. You can create and upload songs and download songs from others.

Eternal Sonata – Review

February 1, 2009

Seeing the next impossibly gorgeous locale becomes your main motivation, which is saying something in an RPG with a story and gameplay this strong.

Cooking Mama World Kitchen – Review

February 1, 2009

There’s a charm to preparing exotic dishes in Mama’s high-strung, cartoony world. If you’ve played the previous Wii or DS titles, you know it’s a fleeting one.

Ashers – Cold Dark Place – Review

February 1, 2009

Ex-members of Crash & Burn and The Unseen. Crash & Burn were barnstorming rock, filled with speedy riffs. The Unseen are/were mohawk punk, but damn hardcore.