Total of 5 user reviews spread across 5 releases
Metroid: Other M
The newest game in the Metroid series brings back some of the oldest conventions and executes them with style.
It should be noted that I am a die-hard Metroid. And as a Metroid fan since playing the original NES game in 1987 I can say that Other M delivers one of the most engrossing and fascinating Metroid exp...
Despite some reviewers' opinions this is one soloid, pretty fighting experience on any platform.
Well I must say that I just purchased Castlevania, finally, as I've been wanting it since day one a couple of months ago. I must say that it really is a solid action fighting experience. I mean it's f...
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars
This handheld translation couldn't have been more on point.
What can be said about Chinatown Wars? Bringing the vast open-world gameplay of GTA to a handheld seemed daunting. But on the DS Chinatown Wars really shines. Do not blow it off as a watered down port...
No More Heroes
A pure gem of original entertainment complete with one of the greatest main characters and stellar combat.
There's not much to say about how amazing this game is that probably hasn't been said. I will say that it is a great story and uniquely put together game that excells through it's style. If you accept...
I don't know what most wanted out of this, but I got what I was looking for. Practiced controls make all the difference.
WHile the game is no masterpiece, it does have a winning formula for those who care enough to learn the ropes. Awkward at first but once you zone in and nail using both hands in tandem, it's ass kicki...