Author: Brad Gallaway

Tetris Worlds – Consumer Guide

Parents have absolutely nothing to fear. If there is a game that is safer and less offensive to play than Tetris, Id like someone to send me an email and let me know what it is. Gamers in general would be wise to add this game to their library if […]

Max Payne – Second Opinion

Looking at Max Payne, Im going to have to agree with nearly every point James made in his review, especially his view that the game falls short of being an "amazing, breakthrough" title. Is Bullet Time cool? Hell yes. Is it enough to carry an entire game? Hell no.

Sky Gunner – Review

Shooters are getting to be few and far between in today's game scene. While they represented a significant portion of the 16-bit era, developers just aren't making them anymore despite all of the amazing technology at their disposal. Newer gamers probably don't even notice the genre's vanishing presence. But as someone who can appreciate barrages of homing missiles and deadly laser blossoms destroying hordes of enemies in aerobatic fury, it's sad to see it fade away.

Disney’s Lilo & Stitch – Review

Games that capitalize on movies are usually stinkers. Its one of gamings unwritten rules, and you can practically bank on it. Still, its hard to resist the lure of continuing a good film beyond the big screen and into your own home. While some movies are more suited to become videogames than others, I'm hard-pressed to think of one that seems like a better fit than Disneys most recent creation, Lilo & Stitch.

Dropship: United Peace Force – Review

While the tragic events of September 11th had a profound impact throughout the world, it was hard to imagine the scope of things that would be affected. Not only were individual lives irrevocably shattered, national economies were thrown into chaos and international relations altered, all in a day. However, that same day was also responsible for innumerable ripples on a smaller scale that could hardly have been predicted. Among them- the resurgence of censorship.