Sunday, January 1 1995
With its immensely rich background full of unforgettable characters and indefinable humor, you'd expect nothing less but more of the same. Unfortunately, this is not the case.
Rise of the Kasai is more Kill Bill than Aladdin.
The tired gameplay certainly seems a secondary concern to the developers.
We might have to consider the possibility that the first-person shooter has already scaled its greatest heights.
Playing as the Prince is somewhat akin to controlling a fully rendered Jackie Chan.
Ride or Die is no more harmful than a commercial featuring Snoop Dogg and Lee Iacocca.
NBA 2K6 remains unaffected by the rolling red-state tide.
Don't worry if the police are slow and boring for the first day. It's not them, it's you.
Playing New Super Mario Bros. is a lot like shagging an ex: it's satisfying in the moment, but afterwards you realize your effort could have been spent better elsewhere.
Like most sim games, Nintendogs is not about control, but care.