Tag: Codemasters

Bargain Basement 20 – Clive Barker’s Jericho

It's as sure as death or taxes that anyone who takes up videogaming will find themselves rooting through a bargain bin or scouring pre-owned shelves sooner or later. For those that do, few things feel as satisfying as saving hard-earned cash and getting a gem of a game at the same time.

Sensible Soccer 2006 – Review

For a good few hours in single-player, and more generally in short multiplayer bursts, the game is entertaining and addictive, but I'm afraid it needed to be damn near perfect to fully justify its simplicity, live up to its heritage and make a lasting dent on the market.

Sensible Soccer 2006 – Consumer Guide

A straightforward sports game, there is no content in Sensible Soccer 2006 that parents need to be concerned about. Sports fans, soccer fans and those new to the series will probably find SS2006 an interesting and arresting old school curio, and should consider the title if its economy and speed […]

Second Sight – Second Opinion

Stepping up for a second opinion on Free Radical's Second Sight, I find myself dissenting a bit from Andrew's evaluation. Like Señor Fletcher, I've now been through both of the curiously-timed psychic-powered releases mentioned in the main review. Unlike Andrew, I think I'm going to give the edge to Second Sight. I will say that both it and Midway's Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy are great, worthwhile games, but to me they are each appealing to different audiences despite the similar content.

Pro Race Driver – Review

This game reminded me that, as hard as it may be to believe judging by other titles of the same genre, the racing world isn't governed by cars but by people. As a result, Pro Race Driver's realism comes in the way it humanizes racing.