Total of 20 user reviews spread across 20 releases
Perhaps the most memorable thing about it will be the narrative and bullet-time, and in truth they are the best aspects.
Being a bit of a regular shopper at Half Price Bookstores, I've always managed to find numbers of Max Payne copies in stock, generally the PS2 version, but every once in a while a PC or Xbox version. ...
Star Wars Dark Forces
When it came out it was nothing new, but still features fun and interesting gameplay and story.
With the release of Doom in 1993-- (Shutup, everyone knows the goddamn history already!) Alright, alright... Anyways-- LucasArts released Star Wars Dark Forces, their own entry into the ...
Medal of Honor Heroes 2
While repetitive and and over done, it makes for a great portable shooter.
For the PSP system, they're really not a whole ton of FPS titles available. In fact, not including titles on the Playstation Network Store, the oly commercial FPS titles I can think of are Medal of H...
A fun Singleplayer romp filled with an intriguing story along with decent gunplay makes for a surprisingly good shooter.
When I found Chaser I really wasn't expecting a whole lot from it really. In fact, I was only getting it for some LAN parties at my school. So I checked out the multiplayer and became rather intere...
Mortal Kombat Advance
Hard as it may be, MKA is still a fantastic game for GBA.
While the AI derserves some practice, if you can get down a couple of the characters big moves you may well be in for a great fighting adventure on Gameboy (DS in my case though). While it doesn'...
Doom (Long Box)
While not as good as it is on PC, and while flawed with latency, it does pass the time.
Doom and Doom II for the PC were both pheomenal games that had great graphics, smooth gameplay, and plenty of blood and gore. Playstation Doom combines a number of levels from Ultimate Doom and Doom ...
Call of Duty: Finest Hour
An underrated PS2 Classic.
Call of Duty: FInest Hour stands as the now extremely popular franchise's first console release. Hitting home with graphics, gameplay, and a great opening musical score and story, Finest Hour is the ...
Muscle Cars '76
It sports good graphics and some exciting action, but it really falls short.
Muscle Car '76 is a bare bones budget racing game that sports some rather good graphics for its release. Created by Globalstar Software, a budget title software company, players choose to race as one...
WarPath: Jurassic Park (Classics)
A completely underrated and underscored adventure.
Warpath: Jurassic Park is a 3D fighting game (Like Mortal Kombat) set in the awe-inspiring Jurassic Park Universe. Warpath also happens to be a completely underrated and underscored adventure. W...
Why it didn't turn out as well as the platform versions will never be known, but PC Powerslave is still a ball of fun.
Powerslave, the semi-suucesful offspring of the now defunct Lobotomy Software, is still even today a noteworthy shooter in some respects, or at least it sounds like the console versions are. Rather t...
A Doom II addon that came far too late.
HacX (Pronounced Hacks) is a Doom II addon produced by Bango Software... Right around when Quake II was coming out. So, HacX was largely ignored, but not becase it was bad, but because well, Quake. ...
Rise of the Triad: Dark War
A good shooter with cool graphics, neat weapons and features, and the best Wolf3D engine based game around!
Dual pistols, Heat Seeking missles, bloody explosions, and killer columns are found throughout the land that makes up Apogee's Rise of the Triad, or as many abbreviate it, RotT. Triad was created...
Operation Body Count
Boring as Hell, but with an odd charm.
Capstone software I say is quite well known for their budget games like Corridor 7 and Blake Stone. However, Body Count, using a modified WOlf3D engine like C7, seems to be a flat out poor job, well,...
It has its moments, and that is what counts.
So here we have ID4 the game, based off of the huge blockbuster movie of the late 90's. While kids were playing Doom, everyone else was watching ID4. Apparently, FOX also wanted the kids to be invol...
Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition
The Duke has gone Atomic!
The Duke has gone Atomic! With Duke Nukem 3D in 1997, and its succes, who didn't expect this? Even today (2010) I find this game to be truly AWSOME. The sounds, the fights, the girls, and the P...
Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
Another grand edition to the Dark Forces continuity, Outcast is most notable for its 'modibility'.
After the brimming success of Dark Forces 2: Jedi Knight, LucasArts approached Raven Software, creator of critically acclaimed games such as HeXen 2 and a well known licensor of the iD Tech engines, t...
Star Wars: Super Bombad Racing
Filled with ducks, dives, and Gungans!
While Super Bombad Racing is no match for LucasArts other racing themed games such as Epsiode 1 Racer or Racer Revenge, SBR nonetheless can fill you with guilty pleasure of Kart Racing. Being able to...
Final Doom will have you gasping for air as you drown in this endless sea of blood and glory.
With the mighty success of Ultimate Doom and Doom II, Id Software apparently felt that they should give Doom one final show before closing it down to make room for Quake. At the same time, they seeme...
While nothing like the Original, Doom II introduces lots of new characters to splatter across the floor.
Doom II uses the exact same engine as its predacessor, introducing more ghoulish beasts like the mighty Mancubus, scurrying Arachnotron, and the evil Arch-Vile, as well as more terrifying weapons and ...
Chasm: The Rift
While certainly not the most advanced engine, Chasm still has what it needs to be a great shooter.
Most gamers know Action Forms and WizardWorks best for thier work on the Carnivores Series. WizardWorks is also known for thier controversial releases of several Doom PWADS. What many gamers tend to...