Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX – Review

Too often great PC games require hours of your life (Baldur’s Gate II/Sacrifice/Alice) and a sizeable chunk out of your hard drive (NOLF = 900MB) to enjoy them. We were just as stoked as the console monkeys to get our hands on Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 because it meant a relatively small hard drive

Drakan: Order of the Flame

Third-person action-adventure games of the Tomb Raider ilk have so far followed a simple formula of third-person perspective, attempts at character development and plot, and detailed locations and puzzles. Drakan certainly fits the bill, with the emphasis on attempting character and plot development, rather than actually succeeding. It’s a shame the designers seemed more interested