Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 PlayStation Review

Pro Skater 3 is on a higher platform, but its still the same great skateboarding game that it has always been. You can play as one of 13 pro skaters in skate parks located around the world, such as Japan, Canada and a cruise ship. Not much has improved, except for the graphics, and the fact that people can now be found in the skate parks! There are however new challenges, other than scoring points and jumping gaps. Now you can impress people to earn cash! Rather than buying stats like in Pro Skater 2, you now must earn them! … Continue reading Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 PlayStation Review

Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest SNES Review

This was Super Nintendo’s cross between a Final Fantasy RPG game and a Zelda type RPG game. To start with the graphics are very basic, it looks more like it could be a Nintendo game (not SNES), and the plotline is simplistic going to different areas to defeat a big boss and get an item that lets you go to the next area. Simple isn’t it? But then the real worthwhile part about this game is its originality, you can jump in the game, you can cut down trees with your axe, blow up walls with your bombs and climb … Continue reading Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest SNES Review

X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse Game Boy Advance Review

The X-Men are back (Cyclops, Storm, Wolverine and Rouge) on a quest to discover who has destroyed the mutant’s mansion! It is of course Apocalypse, if you could not tell from the title, a huge mechanized alien bent on destroying humanity. Anyway, this is a 3D beat them up game, which is reminiscent of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, because you have to fight countless robots. Unfortunately these countless robots all look the same, which makes for a boring game. Until you find the leader of each level, such as the Blob, Cable and Apocalypse himself. The game is pretty boring … Continue reading X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse Game Boy Advance Review

Alienators: Evolution Continues Game Boy Advance Review

This game seems to be based off of the Evolution cartoon show and not the Evolution movie. You are David Duchovney’s character, alone sent out on several missions to find data, keycards and so on. Each level is quite big and detailed like a cartoon and it is full of dozens of aliens! So many aliens it can get tedious destroying them all, which is why there is a nice variety of guns and special weapons where you push select to chose a standard weapon and L to throw a special bomb. The game has cartoon segments between levels, much … Continue reading Alienators: Evolution Continues Game Boy Advance Review

Lady Sia Game Boy Advance Review

Welcome to the world of Sia, Warrior Princess! A side scrolling animated adventure, as you of course are Lady Sia on a mission, saving hostages, collecting diamonds and going against the bad guys of your castle realm! Keep in mind, because this is an animated type game, these “bad guys” are bears with swords, rouge mice, giant bee men and so on. The bad guys also number in the 100s, and you can only slash them, so it gets very boring and tedious! The game is solid, it has a rich plot for kids to follow easily, and between levels … Continue reading Lady Sia Game Boy Advance Review