Lots of "Extra," not enough "Twisted."
Twisted Metal Head-On: Extra Twisted Edition was originally a PSP game so I can understand if it was somewhat shallow on the handheld. However, when coming to the PS2, rather than adding more gameplay to the ac... read full review
Poorly made, but mindless fun!
Painkiller is a very simple game. You start at Point A and with the several very creative guns you're given you must kill all the demons that stand in your way to get to Point B. That's all you have t... read full review
Pogo-Ducking is Fun
It's a great game that is definitely more enjoyable for old fans of the series. It can be quite difficult and repetitive at times (visiting the same level at least 3 times is required for a specific level ... read full review
A Classic If You Ignore The Title
Lets get straight to the point: The controls are unrefined, the challenges can be repetitive, and the game has NOTHING to do with Street Fighter aside from the main character having the same name as the famous ... read full review
The definitive Batman game BEFORE Arkham Asylum
It's action-platforming in a very well controlled and great looking/sounding manner. It's based on the movie with Jack Nicholson's Joker, but you fight all sorts of random enemies and bosses, so ... read full review
Repetitive, but fun for what it is.
This is a good flight-simulator for its time. By that I mean it's a fun game to play as a fighter jet as far as NES goes. You could get something much better these days, but considering that it is an NES g... read full review