Blood Stone is a simple but fun action game with simple stealth mechanics and flashy vehicle sequences and it manages to capture the style of the films almost perfectly.
TimeSplitters 2 is a sequel that improves on everything established in the first game and is one of the greatest first-person shooters to ever grace consoles.
Scarface: The World Is Yours is a little rough around the edges but contains plenty of action, addictive gameplay, and satisfying combat.
Rainbow Six 3 and Black Arrow are good games but pale in comparison to Raven Shield.
Halo 5: Guardians is a return to form and a worthy entry in the franchise with new mechanics that breathe new life into the gameplay.
Halo 4 is a solid shooter but is easily one of the weakest entries in the series.
A fantastic entry in the Halo franchise with a unique atmosphere and tone. It’s balls to the wall action from beginning to end, it was the first entry to include the excellent Firefight mode, and there’s no Flood.
Halo 2 opened a door and left us hanging at the end. I can honestly say Halo 3 gives the trilogy closure and is a fitting end. Finishing the fight is well worth it.
Halo 2 improves the core gameplay mechanics found in the original and introduces several new staples to the series.
Frontline is where the series peaked and then it was all downhill. This review will cover both the original game on Xbox and the HD remaster on PlayStation 3.