Total of 6 user reviews spread across 6 releases
The Black Cauldron
The Black Cauldron follows in the tradition of Sierra's classic adventure games with great results.
Released in 1986 for the IBM pc, Atari ST and Apple II E computers, The Black Cauldron followed the formula previously established by Sierra's classic adventure games, Kings's Quest and Space Ques...
The n64 version Resident Evil 2 was an amazing port, with a few nice additions.
Resident Evil 2 is a classic, and was one of the Ps One's greatest games. So popular in fact , that it was ported to the pc, Dreamcast, and the Gamecube. But when it was announced it was comin...
Dark Sector is a derivative, dull third person action game with only one saving grace: the Glaive.
Before the current generation of consoles was even mentioned, Dark Sector was one of the very first next generation video games shown way back in 2004. The original trailer for it was promising (t...
Crysis is still an incredible shooter 4 years after its pc release, and this console port is well worth your time.
When Crysis was announced over 5 years ago, the gaming community was stunned by the first images and video previews. Made by German developer Crytek (who also gave us 2004's amazing Far Cry) , ...
Underneath Rage's pretty visuals, lies an extremely repetitive and linear shooter that's dated and dull.
Ahhh...4 years ago. id Games announced RAGE, it's brand new IP, and first entirely new IP since Quake back in 1996. Exciting! The trailers for it were stunning, and it was using brand new techn...
What do you get when you mix Half Life, Total Recall and tunnel making? Answer: One of the PS2's best shooters.
First person shooters (at least good ones) were a rarity on the Playstation 2, much like the PS One before it. When Red Faction was released in the Spring of 2001, it was a breath of fresh air. ...