PS2 Reviews

Looking for PS2 game reviews? Here we have the A-Z of PlayStation 2 game reviews.

Virtua Fighter 4 Review

The series that ignited the 3D fighting genre has returned to dish out more punishment. From the renowned team at…

World Rally Championship Review

World Rally Championship is an officially licensed product, featuring all of the cars, teams and drivers from the official 2001…

World Tour Soccer 2002 Review

The world’s most popular game strikes the pitch with more than 300 teams from throughout the world including national teams…

Wild Wild Racing Review

It’s all about off-roading in tricked out dune buggies and 4×4’s in this fast and furious powersliding racer. The setting…

Wizardry: Tale fo the Forsaken Land Review

Our story takes place in the peaceful kingdom of Duhan, until one day a sphere of light from the heavens…

World Of Outlaws: Sprint Cars 2002 Review

Feel the power of World of Outlaws® : Sprint Cars 2002. Hurtle around the track at speeds in excess of…

WarJetz Review

WDL WarJetz is another game in the World Destruction League series that lets you pilot a souped-up, artillery-heavy vehicles and…

X-Games Skateboarding Review

ESPN X Games Skateboarding allows gamers to play as one of eight different pro riders, including Bob Burnquist. Go big…

X Squad Review

It’s 2037, and terrorists have taken over a secret military complex. Your team of four covert operatives is tasked with…

XG3: Extreme G Racing Review

In a game that’s sure to turn some heads and open some wallets, XG3 races to the finish line with…

World Destruction League: Thunder Tanks Review

After global thermonuclear war, everyone needs a break. A TV break! What better way to pass an evening and preserve…

Wave Rally Review

Experience all the thrills and excitement of competitive JET SKI® racing as you launch off realistic crashing waves, speed over…

WWF Smackdown: Just Bring It! Review

The WWF’s popularity has definitely been waning in the last couple of years, with tired story lines, overly aggressive matches…

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2 Review

A non-Activision extreme game, and it isn’t terrible? It’s a Mirra-cle! For those of you who haven’t grown tired of…

Savage Skies Review

Dragon riding has taken a turn for the worst in the last couple of tries. Dragonriders: Chronicles of Pern stayed…

Gitaroo Man Review

PaRappa the Rapper spawned a few games that tried to cash in on the music hybrid games – Dance Dance…

Army Men RTS Review

When introduced some years back, the Army Men series of games was a novel and unique approach to the ageless…

Sled Storm Review

When Arctic Thunder came out a couple of months back, critics slammed it for being a fast game with little…

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 Review

As if all that weren’t enough, you also get the stellar and smooth game play that THPS is known for.…

Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner Review

Speed, Grace, Beauty. It’s got it all. The first Zone of the Enders (ZOE for short) was certainly a noteworthy…

Zone of the Enders Review

I like mechs. When Kojima and crew first spilled the beans about Zone of the Enders(or otherwise truncated as simply…

Shinobi Review

Almost cuts the mustard Ninjas are cool. I don’t need to tell you that. And games featuring them have the…

Tekken 4 Review

Where’s the beef?!? The Tekken series and I have quite a history together. The original was my first PS1 pickup,…

Shadow Hearts Review

Round and round we go The 2001 Holiday season was a rough time for a lot of publishers. Metal Gear…

Dark Cloud 2 Review

Good enough to eat The First Dark Cloud was the Emperor’s New Clothes of video games. It was a train…

Unlimited Saga Review

A short, tacky review of a slow, long, intricate game In the crazy land of Mike where up is down,…

Tekken 5 Review

Tekken is one of the oldest and most popular fighting game franchises in video gaming history, and many consider 5…

EyeToy: Monkey Mania Review

Long before we had motion capture and movement recognition on our PS4’s, XB1’s, PS3’s, etc. there as the “EyeToy” for…

Disney Golf Review

Brought to the PlayStation 2 by T&E Soft, the team behind 2000’s Swing Away Golf, Disney Golf doesn’t break any…

Burnout: Revenge Review

The Burnout racing series is far from subtle, this much is clear.  It has always been about aggressive white-knuckle racing,…

Soulcalibur II Review

Categorizing Soulcalibur II as “retro” title might seem a little bit odd considering that it is indeed available the PlayStation…

Psychonauts Review

When it comes to underrated, relatively obscure games, you’re not likely to find a finer example than Double Fine Productions’…

Downtown Run Review

Ubisoft released Downtown Run on PS2 back in 2003 to join a number of other racing games such as Metropolis…

Tetris World Review

Tetris has always been a classic game, one that appealed to audiences of all ages. It has used a number…

Driv3r Review

Our leading man, Tanner, returns in Driver 3, or Driv3r, on PS2 to bust a ring of car thieves. The…

25 To Life Review

25 to Life is a game that players were excited about. Its style follows a ‘90s movie setting of “the…

Burnout 3: Takedown Review

One could easily argue that the “Burnout” series provided gamers with something they had been asking for since the emergence…

Max Payne Review

There are a lot of reasons why “Max Payne” of the PlayStation 2 remains a rather noteworthy game.  For starters,…

JAWS Unleashed Review

There have been attempts to bring the magic of the 1975 Steven Spielberg film “JAWS” to the video game world,…

MotorStorm: Arctic Edge Review

The MotorStorm series has always been a racing series that’s dredged off the beaten path, in a manner of speaking…

James Bond 007: From Russia with Love Review

Post-“GoldenEye”, the James Bond franchise benefited from a glut of video game releases which were quickly gobbled up by the…

Time Crisis 3 Review

Right away you need to know that Time Crisis 3 is in fact, a “rail-shooter”, meaning that it essentially provides…

Resident Evil 4 Review

In the retro gaming canon, there are certain titles (like “Goldeneye” for the N64) that seek to function as guideposts…

The Getaway Review

Back before console game developers started to integrate interior areas into open world design, games like The Getaway or 2002’s “Mafia”…

Medal of Honor: Frontline Review

Hmmm…what might be the easiest and most direct way to describe “Medal of Honor: Frontline” to the uninitiated gamer?  Well,…

James Bond 007: Agent Under Fire Review

Cue the jazzy horns, drums and tremolo-drenched guitar, remember to shake up that Martini too, because it’s time for a…

Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec Review

There are a number of truly great racing titles perched within the Sony library, but arguably none stand out more…

Red Faction Review

In this retro review, we’ll take a look back at one of the more oft-overlooked first-person shooters, “Red Faction”.  In…

TimeSplitters 2 Review

Are you in the mood for some retro gaming goodness?  Let’s take a look at a classic PS2 first-person shooter,…

Smuggler’s Run 2: Hostile Territory Review

There are plenty of great retro titles out there to explore if you’re a gamer with an interest in exploring…

Smuggler’s Run Review

Do you need a bit of retro gaming in your life?  If so, check out this review of the classic…

SSX Tricky Review

With retro gaming currently being somewhat in-vogue, we thought it prudent to look back upon some of the more popular…

FIFA 14 Review

The last game on PS2? Not one to be left out in the cold, the PS2 has also received its…

Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 Review

Team sports games are not my forte.  Actually I’m pretty bad at them.  The more complicated they get, the more…

FIFA 11 Review

Fifa 11 is a football game that has a very tough reputation to maintain, as it has always managed to…

Astro Boy: The Video Game Review

There is a general consensus that video games that are based on movies are typically little more than a cynical…

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Review

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, places the player in the shoes of one Carl Johnson, a Grove Street gang member…

Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Review

When Metal gear Solid 1 for the PSX was released, it received mixed reviews indeed. Although it was praised for…

Grand Theft Auto III Review

Looking at the eerily lifelike the in game universe of Liberty City, the corrupt and sprawling metropolis within which Grand…

Despicable Me: The Game Review

Whenever a cartoon is released in the cinema, it is typically only a matter of time before the inevitable port…

Final Fantasy XII Review

The 12th offline instalment of the internationally renowned off the Final Fantasy franchise, Final Fantasy XII was released for the…

Grand Theft Auto Vice City Review

Set in the 80’s, where the player is in control of Tommy Vercetti, a prominent figure in the Liberty City…

The Sims Review

The Sims is known as the best selling PC game of all time and Electronic Arts has finally decided to…

EverQuest Online Adventures Review

… Is there a game doctor in the house…, as I have a serious new addiction. An addiction that satisfies…

ATV: Off Road Fury 2 Review

I maybe in the minority when I say this, but I was not a big fan of the original ATV…

NHL 2K3 Review

Over the last decade EA Sports has had dominance over the competition in the hockey department. The last few years…

Treasure Planet Review

A common trend among video game publishers and developers has been the use of movie licenses to develop games. Some…

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Review

Star Wars: The Clone Wars is a title I have been anticipating for the last few months after it was…

NHL Faceoff 2003 Review

Hockey is a passionately played sport in Canada and of course hockey is the most popular sport in Canada. NHL…

World Tour Soccer 2003 Review

Well another year, and that means there’s another World Tour Soccer to check out once again. This year’s version is…
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