Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time is a classic beat ’em up that is best enjoyed with friends and a pizza.
TimeSplitters is the first game in what may just be one of, if not the best first-person shooter franchise for consoles.
The House of the Dead: Overkill – Extended Cut is an enhanced version of the Wii game, includes new content, and is the definitive experience.
Gauntlet: Dark Legacy is a bigger and better version of Gauntlet Legends. It’s repetitive, best enjoyed with friends, easy to pick up and play, and most importantly, it’s fun.
The Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is a remaster of the original game, a game that includes giant dinosaur monsters, gorgeous environments, and plenty of replay value.
Often found on lists of must-play shoot ’em up games, Thunder Force III and its iterations are both accessible and challenging at the same time, making this one of the most enjoyable games in the genre.
Shock Troopers is an action packed run and gun shooter but, unfortunately, the PC version is marred by several technical issues thanks to DotEmu’s terrible emulation.
This game has a lot of problems and yet it’s the best Spawn game to date. It has some great stuff going on but it’s marred by unbalanced characters and cheap design.
A flawed but fun game and the best in the Time Crisis: Razing Storm collection.
Time Crisis: Razing Storm could have been so much more and even combined on the same disk with Time Crisis 4 doesn’t make up for either game’s shortcomings like being extremely short in length. Third game on the disk, Deadstorm Pirates, was reviewed separately.