February2010

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    GameCube

    Review The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction

    Incredible destruction; incredibly satisfying

    It's practically a truism that video games built on film and book licenses suck; probably due to the motivation for using a license from another medium being more about attempting to cash-in on name recognition than actually delivering a compelling gaming experience. Of course there are exceptions to the...

  • 25

    DS

    Review Geometry Wars Galaxies

    A near-perfect translation of the console classic

    Bizarre Creation's Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved is something of a modern classic. The wireframe graphics and gameplay consisting of firing at enemies in every direction on a closed 2D playfield are like a marriage of arcade classics Tempest and Robotron, making for some addictive gameplay. Sierra...

July2009

  • 29

    Wii

    Review Geometry Wars Galaxies

    A blast from the past!

    For those among you who are fond of arcade classics such as Robotron 2084, you might have heard of a little title called Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved. It was one of the first premier downloadable titles for the Xbox 360, and was later expanded with the Wii/DS-exclusive Geometry Wars: Galaxies created by British game developer...