PlayStation 2

PlayStation 2

26 results - showing 1 - 15
1 2  
Ordering 
 
Details Ratings
Written by Steven McGehee     April 18, 2010     0   15   0   0   0
Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love is not a new game, but one that has been in Japan for about five years. Of the Sakura series, this is the first to get localized and released in North America. With any luck, RPG fans will have more from this series to look forward to by the folks at NIS America. Released for the PS2 and Wii, Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love isn't for everyone -- but if you're looking for a decidedly Japanese strategy RPG with plenty of dialogue and even dating sim mixed in, you've come to the right place.
 
7.8
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Steven McGehee     June 14, 2009     0   13   0   0   0
Indiana Jones is back for an all new third person adventure that has him trotting the globe to find the Staff of Kings, the staff used by Moses to part the Red Sea. Can he find it before Magnus Voller and the Nazis do? Let's get to the review!
 
6.0
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Steven McGehee     March 25, 2009     0   8   0   0   0
Sony's San Diego Studio is back this Spring with their fourth entry in their growing MLB series with MLB 09: The Show. This year's Show includes a handful of new additions and features while still providing a solid baseball sim experience.
 
7.0
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Steven McGehee     March 14, 2009     0   7   0   0   0
SNK Playmore and Ignition have a lot of fighter fans buzzing about their upcoming King of Fighters XII release, due sometime this summer. To help hold over fans of the fifteen year old series, King of Fighters 98 Ultimate Match was recently released on the PS2.
 
7.6
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Eric Layman     December 03, 2008     0   15   0   0   0
Saving the Best for Last
 
9.6
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Paul Ross     November 12, 2008     0   4   0   0   0
Legends are stories about mythological figures or events centering on individuals who do extraordinary things. In music, legends are the artists who help shape or change the face of music. They craft and perform the tunes that are the soundtrack to a generation.
 
8.8
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Steven McGehee     November 10, 2008     0   9   0   0   0
SNK has released several collections of their classic fighters from the 90s, and the newest is the King of Fighters Collection – The Orochi Saga. This compilation disc is very well priced at just $15 online, and contains the original five of SNK's timeless fighting series, the King of Fighters, from'94 through '98.
 
8.0
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Paul Ross     November 08, 2008     0   6   0   0   0
Grab yer Justin Boots, Carhartt work wear, and yer favorite camouflage John Deere hat (you know the one with the fish hook on the bill) and drag yer mullet wearin' butt on over. We gonna sang some Country Karaoke ya'll!
 
7.6
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Paul Ross     October 22, 2008     0   1   0   0   0
Are you the type of person who sings along to all your favorite pop songs in your car, in the shower, or even in your cubicle at work? Do you swear that if you could only just get your big break, that you would be the next big thing? Do you watch television shows like America's Got Talent, and American Idol and get frustrated that no talent hacks make it further than a sing star like you? Am I asking too many questions? Perhaps you just love karaoke. Whatever your reason is, SingStar Pop Volume 2 is now out for the PlayStation 2 console.  
 
8.0
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Greg Schardein     October 21, 2008     0   1   0   0   0
  Aside from the many puzzle games I’ve played over my yearsas a gamer, Pipe Dream has a longhistory with me as being a highly addictive experience. Whether it was playedon the Microsoft entertainment packs or on SesameStreet ABC’s 123’s, I used to love the game. And, this long history is alsoa testament to the skills that I have while playing the game (and many gamesfrom the puzzle game genre). The gameplay just comes natural to me and I lovethem dearly.  
 
6.6
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Eric Layman     June 27, 2008     0   1   0   0   0
Like his counterpart Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon kind of lost his way in his transition to the Playstation 2.  Their respective founders casting them aside certainly didn't help matters, but the new developers assigned to each franchise didn't exactly elevate the series to creative heights.  If that wasn't bad enough, the PS2 Jak/Ratchet/Sly triumvirate cleaned house and enveloped every trace of genre innovation.  They had all the bases covered, and it seemed like, technologically speaking, you couldn't go anywhere those three hadn’t already visited.
 
6.2
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Steven McGehee     May 05, 2008     0   7   0   0   0
Last year, around August to be exact, SNK Playmore released a compilation of Fatal Fury games entitled Fatal Fury Battle Archives Vol 1. The name, and the fact that several Fatal Fury games were lacking from the very nice compilation indicated that at least a second volume was on the way. This is indeed the case, and we've recently received Battle Archives Vol 2 in for review. Volume 2 features Real Bout Fatal Fury, Real Bout Fatal Fury Special, and Real Bout Fatal Fury 2 The Newcomers. Packaged in the same fashion as other SNK compilation releases, complete with an excellent low price, and packed with three of SNK's best, this is another set that fighter fans cannot miss.
 
7.2
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Steven McGehee     May 05, 2008     0   8   0   0   0
From 1992 to 1995, ADK developed the World Heroes series of fighting games, primarily released on SNK platforms like the Neo-Geo. We've seen several well put together collections and anthologies from SNK lately, and one more to add to the collection is the World Heroes Anthology, which I have been spending some time with this week. The entire four part series is here on one disc at a superb retail price of just fifteen dollars. Any fighting game fan should not pass this up. With that said, let’s get to the review.
 
6.6
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Paul Ross     April 15, 2008     0   1   0   0   0
  If you’re reading this review you’re no doubt a fan of theYu-Gi-Oh series, but in case you’re not… and happen to just be very bored, I’llgive you a brief synopsis. The world of Yu-Gi-Oh capitalizes on the idea that kids liketo collect, trade, and compete. Spinning off the idea of Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh usesmonsters that only come out when “played” as a card in a dueling tournament.Opponents use different combinations of cards to win (think the strategy game“Magic the Gathering” meeting Pokemon, and you’re pretty much on board withYu-Gi-Oh).
 
4.4
 
0.0 (0)
Written by Steven McGehee     April 15, 2008     0   8   0   0   0
Ratchet & Clank have come a long way, with four adventures behind them on the PS2 and one on the PS3 and PSP. The PSP game, aptly named Size Matters, came out in early 2007 but has only recently been ported to the PS2. I'm not sure why it's been ported so late, and more importantly so poorly, but this one is best played as it was intended, on the PSP.
 
5.4
 
0.0 (0)
26 results - showing 1 - 15
1 2  
 

S5 Box

Login Form

Other Stuff