Sony Computer Entertainment Games
Overcome the jungle's most dangerous perils in this action-packed adventure. Based on the animated film, Tarzan allows you to relive Tarzan's journey through life from a headstrong youth to a courageous adult. Your innate jungle abilities will allo..
You play Ratchet, a young, yellow-furred mechanic stuck on his backwater planet, dreaming of adventure and intergalactic space travel.
One of the downsides to being in this industry is that it is difficult to keep playing a game for a long period.
This game offers a highly realistic experience that you can play with your friends online, or by yourself at home.
Based on the animated film, A Bug's Life is an epic game of miniature proportions. The story follows the exciting adventures of a misfit ant named Flik as he tries to save his colony from a greedy gang of grasshoppers led by Hopper. As Flik, you tr..
That's the direction Snowblind and Sony Online Entertainment is taking the lucrative franchise...
Once, hundreds of years ago, dragons and humans had an alliance, but that alliance was destroyed in a great and terrible war that drove the dragons into a long slumber and put Drakan into a time of chaos and decay.
When a sequel to a game is made, often they are criticized for not improving the general gameplay.
Have you ever wanted to by a rock star? How about a female animated rock star dog? With an evil twin and mysterious teachers?
Gabe Logan is a covert operative belonging to a super secret agency formed to protect the country from any threat that would risk national security.
Hi. My name is Kenny and I was an EverQuest addict.
The game, like the movie, is loosely based on the original story by Robert Louis Stevenson, with the notable exception being that it takes place in a distance galaxy.
The 2004 Olympic Games are just around the corner, and soon, it'll be hard to buy a soda that doesn't have the Olympic logo plastered on its side.
You're probably wondering why we're reviewing Tiny Tank again.
Well luckily we didn't need much convincing with the preview of Spyro 2 we recently played.
Jet Moto has been creating quite a stir around our offices, even among the most jaded racing fans.
Sony lies prepared us for what they claim will be one of the hottest titles of the year with their new release Blasto or Captain Blasto.
Well somebody finally made an RPG with a wild-west flavor, and frankly, it was about time.
Already being a 3-D polygonal game (for the most part), Cool Boarders has not experienced the extreme facelift the other Sony sports games have.
Its formula for success was really quite simple: take a cast of wacky trash-talkin characters, place them into a fully realized 3D world of fairways, bunkers, and greens, throw in an excellent game-play engine, shake well, and out comes a golf game..
This is an online massively multiplayer RPG.
Set in the future as an alien invasion is slowing decimating the population of Earth, it has become apparent that the alien onslaught is more than the current defense force can handle.
In the far eastern corner of the Messina Continent lies the small port town of Parm.
What do you get when you combine stunning graphics, infectious gameplay, exquisite game design, and a compelling storyline?
Golf is the gentleman's game: a sport steeped in refinement and etiquette, a sport of class and prestige, and a sport that's reserved for the elite few' well, unless you're playing Hot Shots Golf FORE! on the PlayStation 2.
The game cuts out all the extras, including storyline and graphically interesting terrain, to create a sometimes annoying and an occasionally brilliant battle for honor and territory.
Calypso, the neighborhood bully, has become bored of his regular antics and, after seeing a demolition derby on TV, gets a great idea to have one of his own.
Now that the PSP is on retail shelves and the game is in my hands, I have to say I am satisfied with the purchase.
I, along with thousands of other gamers across the world, have been bitten by the MMORPG bug, and like a bad flu, I don't see the addiction going away for a long, long time.
But while practically synonymous with MMORPGS, EverQuest is known only as a MMORPG.
Some people call it a I lifestyle. Others call it I insanity.
As soon as I picked up this game, my kids went nuts. They had already seen the new Disney movie, 'Lilo and Stitch' and they wanted more.
It can almost be considered a retro RPG game these days where you have a top down view and walk around in the cities buying items, talking to citizens, and furthering the story and getting attacked constantly by enemies once outside the cities.
Have you ever noticed that video games spend a lot of time in the future? From stellar empires fraught with war to utopias where gaming is the be-all and end-all of daily life, video games show us what the future might be like.
Then it is discovered. Humanity is shocked to find an entity enmeshed in their systems and has moved to destroy it.
Hey, I finally got to play a really good PSP title! Or is that just the delirium talking?
As the most popular sport in the world, soccer is only now getting serious attention from numerous publishers.
With all the baseball games released on the Playstation 2 this year, you'd expect developers to be as competitive as possible and put their best foot forward.
It would be nice to say that these changes have made the NHL Faceoff series competitive with EA Sports and Sega's hockey series' but frankly it's still a distant third.
Fairy-tales aside, EverQuest is not in the fight to be first in the MMORPG market any longer; now it's fighting to just stay relevant in the midst of all the new titles in the market.
Sometimes, it feels like writing a review for an expansion pack is like recommending to a fish that it should stay in water.
It's been a long time since I played Everquest, having started my first character shortly after the game was originally released.
Everquest has been quite pivotal in the creation of the MMORPG industry.
Ever wondered what the movie Alive would be like as a PS game?
I managed to pick up a copy of Planetside, and I'm happy to say that I've had a ripping fun time.
Strictly speaking, Core Combat doesn't add much to the Planetside universe.
Just when you thought all of the games with smack-talking mascots were gone, Tiny Tank: Up Your Arsenal comes along and kicks you right where it hurts most--in your funny bone.
NFL Gameday '97 uses the same basic game engine as its predecessor, makes a few tweaks, throws in a ton of new options and spits out an amazingly realistic football experience.
Once each stage is finished, you're treated to a replay of the show and given a ratings score.
What it sets out to live up to, it doesn't live up to. A fairly complex watercraft racing game, _Jet X20_ does not fail because it's a bad idea, or because the game didn't receive the love that all good games should.
Turbo Prop Racing is the newest addition to the growing motorboat racing genre.
It seems like just a few months ago I was commenting to a friend about the lack of boxing games on the PSX.
This is the fourth game in SCEI's RPG series Popolocrois (none of which have shown up in the U.S.).