User Reviews & Ratings

Average Score 7.77/10

Total of 532 user ratings spread across 532 releases

  1. 10
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  6. 5
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  • User Rating:9
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    Depths of Fear: Knossos

  • User Rating:10
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    Carmageddon

  • User Rating:8
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    Payday: The Heist

  • User Rating:7
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    God Mode

  • User Rating:6
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    The Lord of the Rings: War in the North

  • User Rating:8
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    Eldritch

  • User Rating:8
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    Chivalry: Medieval Warfare

  • User Rating:6

    Surgeon Simulator 2013

  • User Rating:3.5

    Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly

  • User Rating:9
    Although lacking the spirituality of the original, it remains a dark and compelling adventure that doesn't come often.

    Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs

    Although lacking the spirituality of the original, it remains a dark and compelling adventure that doesn't come often.

    You couldn't imagine the excitement I had been feeling for another Amnesia Game. After the amazing single-player experience of the first and memorable horror I just needed another game in that series to come along, and I... Read Full Review

    2 of 3 users found the following review helpful
  • User Rating:9.5
    Amnesia, you have a new rival!

    Outlast

    Amnesia, you have a new rival!

    I always find that certain genres, or types of games within those genres, that hold the biggest appeal for gamers like me are never tackled on often enough. To be fair, this could be the play-it-safe card for fear of bei... Read Full Review

    2 of 3 users found the following review helpful
  • User Rating:8

    MirrorMoon EP

  • User Rating:3.5

    Scooby-Doo! First Frights

  • User Rating:10

    Cry of Fear

  • User Rating:9

    Papers, Please

  • User Rating:6.5

    Spectraball

  • User Rating:7

    Rise of the Triad

  • User Rating:7.5

    KAIRO

  • User Rating:8.5

    Stealth Bastard

  • User Rating:8
    You don't always need a story to enjoy a game.

    Q.U.B.E.

    You don't always need a story to enjoy a game.

    And here we go again; Gamespot wants to make an excuse that the game could be better if it had character/story development like (Yawn) Valve's Portal. Well, pardon me for trying to remind that the word 'Indie' is not a s... Read Full Review

    2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
  • User Rating:7.5

    Antichamber

  • User Rating:9.5
    Improves on the original in almost every way.

    Battlestations: Pacific

    Improves on the original in almost every way.

    The original game 'Battlestations Midway' was an extraodinary game and was quite easy to master for a Naval-Fleet simulator, but due to graphics that looked terrible dated in parts, the game was no where near perfect. Ga... Read Full Review

    1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
  • User Rating:6

    F.E.A.R. 3

  • User Rating:6.5

    Dead Island

  • User Rating:8

    Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP

  • User Rating:7

    Bastion

  • User Rating:8.5

    The Polynomial

  • User Rating:4

    Bunch of Heroes

  • User Rating:7.5

    Shadow Warrior

  • User Rating:9.5

    Monster Loves You!

  • User Rating:8

    Blade of Darkness

  • User Rating:9.5

    Blood

  • User Rating:9

    Duke Nukem 3D

  • User Rating:5.5

    Blood II: The Chosen

  • User Rating:9

    Age of Mythology

  • User Rating:8.5

    Age of Empires

  • User Rating:10
    I can definitely see why people love this game so much.

    Half-Life 2

    I can definitely see why people love this game so much.

    After playing most of this game, one thing is clear: I am forever a fan of Valve. I bought the Orange Box on PC and after installing it, Half-Life 2 was the first game that I tried. It is definitely the best. After playi... Read Full Review

    1 of 2 users found the following review helpful
  • User Rating:10

    Half-Life 2

  • User Rating:8
    Assassin's Creed is a stunning game that is bogged down by repetitiveness and unskippable cutscenes.

    Assassin's Creed: Director's Cut Edition

    Assassin's Creed is a stunning game that is bogged down by repetitiveness and unskippable cutscenes.

    Regardless of what some people may claim, Ubisoft Montreal has been responsible for the development of many really good games (and it seems the sequel is quite promising), and Assassin's Creed is among them. It is certai... Read Full Review

    3 of 3 users found the following review helpful
  • User Rating:9

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