10:37 PM - March 28, 2005 by Steve_OS
TotalGames have posted the following reviews:
- Outlaw Golf 2 (Xbox - 82%)
"What really adds the shiny PVC to the body, though, is the support from the developer. There are already several official tournaments running (yes, you can create your own), and there is a link from the Live menu advertising downloadable content. All holes filled? Okay, we realise this may not have a huge online following but we can highly recommend you give it a go."
- NBA Street V3 (Xbox - 65%)
"Looking for other positives with the game seems like an exercise in futility, but nevertheless, NBA Street V3 has some of the most advanced creation technology available in games. EA has clearly not wanted to rest with letting players insert their own likeness into the game, and now the users of NBA Street V3 are given the option to build their very own court - choosing from floor types, baskets, and all manner of crazy background knickknacks. Gamers can also make their own trainers, which we assume are knocked out quickly by a virtual Chinese sweatshop full of ten year olds hidden deep with the game disc."
- NFL Street 2 (PS2 - 60%)
"All in all the game is virtually faultless in terms of presentation, and anyone who believes that this is the most important aspect of the game should march down to their local retailer and buy this immediately. The new mini-games aren't particularly enjoyable for longer than five minutes at a time, but there are quite a few on offer making it a real case of quantity over quality. The game itself is essentially the same, although bells and whistles have indeed been stuck on by those crafty developers over at EA Big. This means that NFL Street 2 is once again a solid rental choice for NFL-curious gamers, but nothing more than bargain bin fodder for the rest."
- Gran Turismo 4 (PS2 - 96%)
"Gran Turismo 4 is beautiful to look at, it's as rewarding as ever to play and, judging by the attention to detail that has been lavished on it, it's the most lovingly-created game ever. The chances are that you'll fall in love with it too, as only people who are obsessed with cars can fall in love with inanimate and soulless objects. Gran Turismo 4 blesses those objects with a magic wand of soul and that, judging by the quality of presenting on Top Gear on a Sunday night, is no mean feat."