Total of 6 user reviews spread across 6 releases
Dragon Age: Origins (Collector's Edition)
Those sweet memories of Baldurs Gate are rekindled with new intensity.
This game offers new players a captivating story line with fully customizable characters. In addition to the classes every role player has come to recognize over the years there is a dynamic element t...
World of Warcraft
A great game that has become more geared towards people who are who have no idea how to play RPG which is what it is.
I agree with snoopy_22 to a certain extent. Blizzard is in the process of killing what was a great game at release. With every expansion it is clear that Blizzard is catering to the kid sitting behind...
Another WWII shooter with large shoes to fill.
I have played Wolf 3D back in the early 90's and while the graphics were much to be desired from todays context it was still fun to play. Then came the sequel Return to Castle Wolfenstien which raised...
Far Cry 2
A Technical review of Far Cry 2
Far Cry was evolutionary and it hold its rightful place in history as a groundbreaking title during its time. Then came Crysis powered by the successor to the first Cry Engine appropriately named Cry ...
Assassin's Creed: Director's Cut Edition
Awesome graphics and authentic looking environments, but beware of the clumsy controls.
As indicated by other reviewers this game has some crisp, clean and detailed graphics. However as a PC gamer there is one thing that I look for in a game and that is the signature style complex but pr...
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl
Lots of fun with some minor bugs.
This game has influences from games like Half Life and Call of Duty with a modified questing system from the likes of Oblivion. Even though it does not compare to favorites such as Half Life it holds ...