Lindsay Steele

Reviews By Lindsay Steele

Disneyland Adventures Review (X360)

By Lindsay Steele () - 8.5 out of 10

I'm going to start right off the bat here and say that I am a HUGE Disneyphile. I own pretty much every animated Disney movie that you can think of, have paid to see both The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast in their 3D theatrical re-releases, and have amassed what could be the country's largest collection of Stitch stuffed animals. Read More.

Go Vacation Review (Wii)

By Lindsay Steele () - 7.2 out of 10

Welcome to the beautiful Yggdrasill Resort on Kawawii Island. There are four sub-resorts on the island for you to visit: Marine, City, Snow, and Mountain. Each sub-resort has a plethora of activities that you can participate in, different modes of transportation for you to use to get around, and a variety of photo locations. Read More.

Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action Review (X360)

By Lindsay Steele () - 8.0 out of 10

The Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action party game is another version of the popular Scene It? party game franchise by Screenlife. The game advertises a family friendly experience, and tries to target a more casual lifestyle genre then the 360 usually finds. And while the game boasts over 1,800 different questions about your favourite movies, you'll likely feel the repetition pretty early on. Read More.

SingStar Rocks! Review (PS2)

By Lindsay Steele () - 7.7 out of 10

SingStar Rocks! is the fifth instalment of Sony's SingStar franchise It features thirty new songs to appeal to party crowds, where you can sing solo, duets, with your friends or battle it out against them. SingStar measures your rhythm and pitch, scoring you for each. Read More.

Evidence: The Last Ritual Review (PC)

By Lindsay Steele () - 9.3 out of 10

When you first glance at Evidence, the game comes encased in a plastic bag marked "EVIDENCE", just like those you'd find on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, or any of other mainstream crime show. The packaging itself is intriguing and makes you want to play. After installing the first three discs and inserting the play disc, your monitor screen goes black and the logo for the group trying to capture the Phoenix, a serial killer that has been around for years, appears on your screen. Read More.

Keepsake Review (PC)

By Lindsay Steele () - 8.3 out of 10

How far would you go to save your best friend? Would you enter a world of magic and mystery? Befriend a talking dog? Accept the Guardians' challenges? Keepsake gives you a chance to do just that. Developed by Montreal based Wicked Studios and published by The Adventure Company, Keepsake is a game about Lydia, a young girl trying to find her friend Celeste as well as the other teachers and students at Dragonvale Academy, a magical land full of beauty and mystery. Read More.

AGON: The Mysterious Codex Review (PC)

By Lindsay Steele () - 8.2 out of 10

Have you ever wanted to take a trip into the past? How about explore some of the most exotic places around the world? AGON (Ancient Game of Nations) is an adventure game published by Viva Media and developed by Planet Moon Studios that touches on these ideas. The game offers up content in an episodic fashion, with this retail release serving up the first three of a planned fourteen episode series. Read More.

The Movies: Stunts & Effects Review (PC)

By Lindsay Steele () - 7.5 out of 10

Stunts and Effects is the first expansion pack for The Movies, a game where you can simulate being a Hollywood studio boss and make blockbuster movies. Like its namesake, this expansion pack offers gamers more variety in terms of the incredible stunts and special effects that make today's movies so spectacular. Read More.

Crime Stories Review (PC)

By Lindsay Steele () - 4.1 out of 10

You open the box and pull out the disc. As you read the manual, including a short prequel comic, a piece of paper with a note for you falls out. You look at it and find clues written throughout the manual and try to figure out what they mean. You decide to load the game and wait and see. Read More.

Neopets Petpet Adventures: The Wand of Wishing Review (PSP)

By Lindsay Steele () - 7.7 out of 10

For anyone who's ever been a fan of Neopets, the Tamagotchi-like online virtual pet that you can play with, feed, and trade and buy things for, this is the game for you. Or, actually, for your pet. The Neopets have their own pets, called Petpets, and that's who you'll be playing as in this game. Read More.

Zoo Tycoon 2: Endangered Species Review (PC)

By Lindsay Steele () - 7.8 out of 10

When I first heard about the Endangered Species expansion pack for Zoo Tycoon 2, I had a lot of mixed feelings. The original had just left me incredibly frustrated after my fences weren't working out, and the animals kept eating each other. So it was with hesitation that I installed the expansion pack onto my PC. Read More.

The Sims 2 Nightlife Review (PC)

By Lindsay Steele () - 8.2 out of 10

Welcome to Downtown Simsville! With many different bowling lanes, nightclubs, restaurants, shops, parks, and gardens, your Sim is sure to find something to tickle their fancy. Drive down yourself, or take a cab. Carpool with a friend. The options are endless in this most recent expansion for The Sims 2. Read More.

RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Soaked! Review (PC)

By Lindsay Steele () - 7.7 out of 10

The Roller Coaster Tycoon 3: Soaked! Expansion pack brings the excitement of a waterpark to your PC. This new expansion to the hugely popular franchise brings a lot to the table, including several new types of thrill rides, scenery options, and terrain tools in addition to being able to build custom pools and waterslides. Read More.

Zoo Tycoon 2 Review (PC)

By Lindsay Steele () - 7.5 out of 10

Zoo Tycoon 2 is the sequel to Microsoft's 2001 release, and another entry into the "tycoon" family of games, serving up similar plots and goals. In the early 2000's, the "tycoon" franchises took off, RollerCoaster Tycoon, Railroad Tycoon, you name it, it has likely been made into a "tycoon" game. Read More.