You know when you're in the mood for playing a game, but you don't want to put in any effort? You just want to lazily blast enemies in the face - ones that run blindly towards you despite the fact you're holding a rocket launcher and they're grasping a penknife. Well, when you're in one of those moods, forget Ghost Recon 2. This is a massively accomplished shooter but it's as rock hard and serious as they get.Picture the scene. You're inching through the forest at night, your objective to plant
Two major errors have been made with this game. The first is that they've called it GoldenEye. This is because the original was such a cherished game. Rare's N64 original was one of the greatest games ever made, so unless the 'sequel' is going to match it or better, why risk the comparison?
The other big mistake is giving the lead character a golden eye - a golden... wait for it... eye. A golden... frickin'... eye. The golden eye in the film GoldenEye was actually a big satellite, so where
Nothing makes sense anymore. We've spent years going on about how we desperately want a Street Fighter collection without attracting the attention of so much as a fly, then suddenly Capcom go and release not just one but two of the greats in what has to rate as one of the best value packages out there. Keeping the old boy in check comes Guilty Gear, back on our screens for old time's sake and providing the perfect antidote to SF's lethal, martial arts based combat with magic, special effects,