The Bottom Line: Western Outlaw's primitive production values, brain-dead AI, and shamefully brief campaign make it a game that everyone should definitely avoid. Read review
Specs: Mature, Jarhead Games, Action, First-Person Shooter, Historic, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: The balance of the changes is a well-rounded expansion with offerings for players of all levels. Read review
Specs: Teen, Sony Online Entertainment, Role-Playing, Fantasy, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: EverQuest is the best game in its class. At the same time, it is loaded with problems. Read review
Specs: Teen, Sony Online Entertainment, Role-Playing, Massively Multiplayer Online, Fantasy, Massively Multiplayer
The Bottom Line: Chronicles of the Sword takes a classic approach to a classic story—and manages to accomplish very little in the process. Read review
Specs: Synthetic Dimensions
The Bottom Line: Kingdom of Sky is best-suited to existing EverQuest II fans, but those fans will find new adventure, advancement, and PVP combat in this expansion. Read review
Specs: Teen, Sony Online Entertainment, Role-Playing, Online games - RPG (MMORPG), Fantasy
The Bottom Line: This is one of the more child-safe games to come along in a while. Read review
The Bottom Line: Nations' flight model will instantly turn off those looking for a realistic flight sim, while the box description might turn away those looking for a more accessible game. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Psygnosis, Simulation, 1-16 Players
The Bottom Line: Formula 1 sucks you in with mesmerizing graphics, holds your attention for awhile, and then becomes tedious. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Bizarre Creations
The Bottom Line: There's no question that Shadow Master uses a breathtaking graphics engine. Gameplay, on the other hand, is neither new nor extraordinary - far from it, in fact. Read review
Specs: Teen, Hammerhead, Action, General Action, 1-2 Players
The Bottom Line: Drakan is clearly one of the better games in its class, even if it doesn't seem especially original. Read review
Specs: Mature, Surreal Software, Action, General Action, 1-8 Players
The Bottom Line: Experienced role players will enjoy the engaging combat and diplomatic gameplay, in spite of Vanguard's litany of bugs and singular focus on group adventuring. Read review
Specs: Teen, Sigil Games Online, Role-Playing, Massively Multiplayer
The Bottom Line: The Shadows of Luclin is easily the biggest, most significant EverQuest expansion yet, and considering the massive size of the other expansions, that's no small feat. Read review
The Bottom Line: We recommend using the tutorial mode to get used to the, er, touchy controls for, oh let's say, eight to ten hours before attempting even the first level. That should do the trick. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Psygnosis, Action, General Action, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: Echoes of Faydwer is EverQuest II's most appealing expansion yet, thanks to a new continent, a new race, and a wealth of new content to round them out. Read review
Specs: Teen, Sony Online Entertainment, Role-Playing, Online games - RPG (MMORPG), Fantasy, Massively Multiplayer
The Bottom Line: A few great ideas aren't enough to make Gods & Heroes more than an unexciting, by-the-numbers online role-playing game. Read review
Specs: Teen, Heatwave Interactive, Role-Playing, Massively Multiplayer
The Bottom Line: Fun combat and great looks make DC Universe Online entertaining for a while, though various limitations keep it from being a long-term destination. Read review
Specs: Teen, WBIE, Role-Playing
The Bottom Line: Those that are experienced enough to explore the new lands Velious has to offer will certainly find these areas to be extremely challenging and rewarding. Read review
The Bottom Line: Combine the awkward controls with the game's marginal location tracking, and you'll be plunging to your death with alarming frequency. Read review
Specs: Teen, Psygnosis, Adventure, General Action, 1 Player
Specs: Everyone, SingleTrac, Driving
Specs: Teen, Sony Online Entertainment, Role-Playing, Massively Multiplayer
Specs: Games - massively multiplayer online games, Online games - RPG (MMORPG)
The Bottom Line: Rollcage is an extremely cool arcade racer that does just about everything right. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Attention To Detail, Driving, Futuristic Racing, Sci-Fi, 1-6 Players
Specs: Teen, Sony Online Entertainment, Role-Playing
Specs: Everyone (6+), Games - miscellaneous / entertainment / educational, Miscellaneous - music maker
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