Michael Calva

Reviews By Michael Calva

Culpa Innata Review (PC)

By Michael Calva () - 7.4 out of 10

Culpa Innata is a world that developer Momentum and publisher Strategy First took much effort and care to develop, and the end result welcomes adventure-seekers into its realm. The World Union is a united front that encompasses everything that makes a society perfect. Read More.

Project Gotham Racing 4 Review (X360)

By Michael Calva () - 8.3 out of 10

With their introduction of Project Gotham Racing 3 for the Xbox 360 console, Bizarre Creations and Microsoft had the chance to bring their racing formula into new light. Sticking to the familiar gameplay seen in the earlier titles, PGR3 boasted over 80 different vehicles and stellar online play. Read More.

Xenosaga Episode III: Also Sprach Zarathustra Review (PS2)

By Michael Calva () - 8.1 out of 10

The Xenosaga universe began as a vision of considerable magnitude - a six-part storyline that would evolve across different gaming platforms and fuel the passion of fans for years to come. Somewhat similar to Square Soft's Xenogears, a title for the original PlayStation, the universe of Xenosaga (beginning with Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille Zur Macht in February of 2003) lured players into a powerful plotline supported by a cast of passionate and believable characters. Read More.

Making History: The Calm and the Storm Review (PC)

By Michael Calva () - 7.7 out of 10

One would be hard-pressed to describe World War II as having been fun, but Muzzy Lane and Strategy First's approach to flipping world history topsy-turvy in Making History: The Calm & The Storm brings gamers considerably close to doing just that. Although avid history buffs might enjoy turning Making History into a play by play recount of the war, the PC game's open-ended outcome sketch allows players to hop right in and go to town with their own renditions of how WWII might have been. Read More.