Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy

Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy

Jak & Daxter is a good game that checks all the right boxes on the platform 101 list but fails to really captivate. Stages involve collecting the same things over and over while the story will only keep you hooked if you are very young or easily amused. While it does nothing spectacularly wrong it does little to set itself apart.

Gameplay: This is a solid platform title in the vein of Super Mario 64 and similar titles, but unfortunately there’s not much to set it apart.

Graphics: Good draw distance and vibrant colors, but cliched locations.

Sound: The voice acting is good and the music decent, but unmemorable

Injustice: Gods Among Us

Injustice: Gods Among Us

While Injustice doesn’t surpass Mortal Kombat, it at least doesn’t feel like a clone either. There is a sizeable roster of heroes and villains plus plenty of extras. The story mode is over in a flash, but it is just a small part of the overall package. If you are a fan of the DC comic universe, then you will thoroughly enjoy this game. If not, it is still a great fighter.

Gameplay: Very easy to get into but can feel a bit stiff initially.

Graphics: A very gritty interpretation of some famous superheroes.

Sound: The voice acting is good and the music fits the game

Xena: Warrior Princess: The Talisman of Fate

Xena: Warrior Princess: The Talisman of Fate

Xena fans will probably enjoy seeing all their favourite characters in action but this just feels to simplistic for my taste. The characters all look a little dodgy too.

Gameplay: There is fun to be had, especially in the multiplayer mode.

Graphics: Some of the characters look a little strange.

Sound: Passable