According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Violence
Tag: High Voltage
Hunter: The Reckoning—Wayward – Review
Wayward is a direct sequel to the first game in the series, which is interesting since PS2 owners never had access to the title. Undaunted, developer High Voltage picks up the story two years after the events in the first game. The evil that our four original hunters appeared to have vanquished in the town of Ashcroft seems to have come back for more.
Hunter: The Reckoning – Second Opinion
Mike is basically right when he compares Hunter: The Reckoning to classic run-and-gun games like Smash TV or Gauntlet. However, I wouldn't say that Hunter was an evolution, but rather, more like a genetic anomaly.
Hunter: The Reckoning – Consumer Guide
According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence
Hunter: The Reckoning – Review
Its been a while since a game has been as guilty of giving me blood-shot eyes as Hunter: The Reckoning.
All-Star Baseball 2001 – Review
Unlike so many other baseball games before it, All-Star Baseball 2001 simply takes the time to put elements of the game that so many other games choose to ignore. This means that pitchers actually throw wild pitches that get away from the catcher or fielders misplay balls by overthrowing the receiver or booting the ball. Base runners get picked off for leading too far or caught stealing on a pitch out. Batters develop hot and cold streaks.
All-Star Baseball 2001 – Consumer Guide
According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Violence
All-Star Baseball 2001 – Second Opinion
When I first played Acclaim's All-Star Baseball 2000 last year, I was convinced that this was as good as baseball could get on a console and quickly proclaimed it the best baseball game I've played in recent memory.