You might have noticed that in between the deluge of news and exclusives in amongst the GDC kafuffle that we at Strategy Informer haven't actually stopped giving you, our readers, the high quality reviews, interviews and articles that you've become accustomed to over the many months and years gone by.
So, as usual, every week we like to gather these little nuggets and wrap them up in one large, deep-fried and bread-crumbed article to make it all the more paletteable and therefore digestible. So let's start at the top shall we?
We'll start with some interviews shall we? This week we've got a great read in the form of Haemimont Games' Imperium Romanium. They told me how excited they are about the game's up coming release and went on to say much, much more. Have a read of all that. If you like Q&A's then maybe is something that might further whet your appetite? They talk about everything from the future of the game to how it was developed and is a jolly good read.
Now for those reviews we keep harping on about. A relative newcomer to the Strategy Informer writing team is Joe Bennett. I think you'll agree that his writing style is just the sort of thing that Strategy Informer will benefit from and there's no better example than his. Although he didn't mark it too highly I reckon Joe argued his case commendably and is an asset to the team. What do you think? There's a comments box down below for your arguments if you want to make use of it.
Ace reviewer, Emmanuel Brown had a look at Turok on the Playstation3. Let's just say he wasn't impressed at all shall we? A score of 5.2/10 doesn't really bode well does it? However, theis still well worth a look, in my humble opinion of course.
Moving on, we have ourand Reviews for the PS2 and and Xbox 360 respectively. Again nothing really to write home about score-wise - a 6.7/10 and a 5.7/10 - but lest it not be sais that we don't do our utmost to cover anything and everything.
Andi Hamilton playedon that enormously sold system the Nintendo Wii and it seems like many of you, yes YOU! disagreed with him totally. Andi scored it better-than-average 7.3/10 but forty seven of you chimed in to give it a combined score of 9.5/10! Why was this? What is it you felt we missed? Let us know. Anyway, whilst you think of what to say here's a screenshot to stare at.
Staying on the Japanese them we also reviewedon the Playstation 2 and on the XBox 360. Matt Keller though Shin Megami was great giving it a more than complimentary 8/10 whilst Joe Bennett liked Lost Odyssey, he didn't feel that that game would be the one to finally win those JRPG doubters over, thus scoring it 7.5/10.
Finally there's our(remember the interview at the top of the page?!) and our . Imperium Romanium did very well scoring 7.8/10 and MoH: Heroes 2 scored a very good 7.7/10. So not much between the two in terms of score, but two very different games indeed. Anyway, give them a read and tell us what you think.
So, that brings us to the end of our weekly review. As usual, feedback is always welcome. If you have any ideas to how we can improve the site, improve articles such as these, be sure to let us know and we'll do our best to incorporate your views in how we do things from now on.
See you all next week.