Total of 7 user reviews spread across 7 releases
Surprisingly very good fun.
My GF just brought this one over and I have to say it was a lot of fun. Music selection is quite good, and I liked the fact you actually get to watch real dancers performing the routines, as opposed ...
Grand Slam Tennis
Splashy and fast paced, the way games should be made for fun.
Not sure why this game is getting "slammed" in the reviews. GST for the Wii is excellent tennis game, the best to date. It has a few glitches that could be worked out easily in next year's reiterati...
Top Spin 3
Not perfect, but it's the best tennis for Wii.
I've been waiting for an enhanced version of Wii Sport Tennis for sometime. Sega Superstar tennis was too kiddy, cartoonish... and so I had high hopes for TS3. Let me say first, I'm pretty satis...
Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures
Imaginative, like cracking open a fantasy novel for the weekend.
Not sure why people keep comparing this game to WoW, maybe because of WoWs lasting popularity. It's not much like WoW at all to me (which I have been playing for 3 years now). It reminds me far mor...
Medieval II: Total War
Recycled but still enjoyable. Battle mode is solid fun; campaign lacks innovation - starting to feel tiresome.
If your going be playing a Total War game soon, this is by far the best in the TW series. However, after about a 20-50 turns into the large campaign your going to start to feel you've seen and done a...
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
So good, it makes you want to leave your RL and dive right in.
Can't say enough, I'm hooked. Oblivion does the best job of any RPG creating a large and immursive world to get lost in. Everything feels free to explore at will, and random as a living world. Not ...
Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix
I think I know why most of the people that gave this game a low review is because thay had a cheap Graphic card, I have a killer computer but my graphic card was cheap, after buying a new card the Rad...