Set during the second French Revolution in the 1700s, you play as an orphaned assassin, who is tasked with killing a number of high profile Templars.
Well, I’ve already had to force myself through the uhh, thing that was the Sims 2 for the GBA. Surely the DS version had to be an improvement on that game? Surely. Continue reading The Sims 2 (DS)
This was one of the last games to be released for the Gameboy Colour. It was lucky it was, because at least the GBC went out on a good game. This was the follow-up to the previous year’s release of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, and built on what the last did fairly well.
Ah, the game that started the entire Final Fantasy franchise, way, way back. This game was given a reboot in the form of a GBA release in 2004, and I must say it worked rather well on the handheld. Continue reading Final Fantasy I (Dawn of Souls) (GBA)
This was one of the first tie-ins to the rather popular Harry Potter series, and was the first handheld version. It was pretty decent for a film tie-in, especially a film tie-in by EA. Continue reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (GBC)
Company of Heroes is an RTS game developed by Relic (of Homeworld 1 and 2 fame) based around the Second World War. Continue reading Company of Heroes (PC)
Bustin’ Out was one of the first handheld outings for the Sims series. Continue reading Sims Bustin’ Out (GBA)
Some Sims games are good, and generally it’s the PC versions which are the good ones. Occasionally Sims games on the handhelds are good, i.e. Bustin’ Out and the Urbz. Generally, Sims games on the handheld are awful, and the GBA version of The Sims 2 is no exception. Continue reading The Sims 2 (GBA)
Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire were the first in the generation of GBA Pokémon games, and were considered a massive step up from the limitations of the Pokémon games on the GBC. Continue reading Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire (GBA)
It has been just over half a year since its launch, has GTAO matured in that time? Continue reading GTA: Online (X360)