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Ultimate Spider-Man Review
Treyarch and Activision are back for round three with our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man and the results are pretty good. Set in the Ultimate universe rather than following the movies, this game features a new visual style as well as the ability of play as Spider-Man as well as Venom. For the most part, it is a solid game, but there are quite a few little issues that result in this only being the second best Spider-Man game yet (after 2004’s Spider-Man 2, of course).
Ultra Bust-A-Move Review
Bust-A-Move has always been a fun game. Add in Xbox Live play and you have yourself a fun online multiplayer game. Funny how that works. For $20, this is definitely worth picking up.
Unreal Championship 2: The Liandri Conflict Review
Unreal Championship 2 will rock your world. Tons of customization options, gorgeous graphics, and fast paced, fun gameplay make this one of the best games on Xbox Live. It combines first and third-person combat into one smooth and flowing experience that will definitely change the way you look at shooters.
Winning Eleven 8 Review
Konami has finally brought the Winning Eleven series to the Xbox and the results couldn't be better. This is the best soccer game on the market and is a worthy addition to any Xbox owners library.
Worms 4: Mayhem Review
The Worms franchise has always been about humor and blowing stuff up with a little bit of physics and geometry thrown in, but ever since the games made the jump to 3D the experience hasn’t really been all that hot. Worms 4: Mayhem almost rights the wrongs of the last couple of games in the series, but the fact remains that this type of game was far better off in 2D. Click here for all of the details.
WWE Raw 2
Can you smell what THQ is cookin' up for the Xbox? Check out About.com's review of WWE Raw 2
WWE WrestleMania 21 Review
After Raw and Raw 2, it didn't seem possible that wrestling games on the Xbox could get any worse. Well, with WrestleMania 21 things got worse. A lot worse. Filled with bugs and glitches and questionable game design choices, WM21 isn't a whole lot of fun to play. Find out what went so horribly wrong in our full review.
X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse Review
Raven Software and Activision have done it again. 2004’s X-Men Legends was a surprisingly good game, but it has been topped in pretty much every way by X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse. It has a better story, more characters, bigger levels, and online co-op with up to four people. X-Men and Marvel fans are in for an absolute treat with Legends II.
X-Men Legends Review
X-Men Legends is an action RPG starring all of our favorite mutants. It is well put together and a lot of fun to play and does a great job with the X-Men license. Find out what makes Legends so fun in our full review.