Total of 15 user reviews spread across 15 releases
Guitar Hero World Tour
Guitar Hero was much better back when it wasn't trying to be Rock Band.
In a couple years, when we're reviewing Guitar Hero 13- Second Reunion Comeback Tour, the only thing we're going to be able to say badly about it is that it lacks innovation. Because let's face it, it...
Far ahead of it's time, Soul Calibur was graceful and perfectly balanced. Even after two sequels, it's still fun today.
Far be it for me to pigeon hole all fighting games as button mashers, I'm particuarly fond of the Soul Calibur series for being the one game to stand out of the crowd. Maybe it's a bad frame of refere...
Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (Bundle)
Let's face it; You know already if you like this game or not.
Sometimes you can name something and right off the bat know exactly what you're going to get. For instance, if I said I was going to make you a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, you'd probably figure ...
Guitar Hero: On Tour
Guitar Hero: On Tour might have been enjoyable if the hardware wasn't a complete and utter pain to use.
Next week, we're going to play Guitar Hero: Aerosmith, and we're all going to love it. The Guitar Hero formula just works. Muck with the formula, however, and the results could be disasterous. We shou...
God of War: Chains of Olympus
The bar is lowered again as God of War's copy & paste formula and brain-dead gameplay fails to be any fun at all.
God of War is back, and now you can enjoy David Jaffe's giant turd sandwich wherever you go, thanks to PSP technology. God of War's main design team, consisting of trained monkies and impressionable h...
BioHazard: Deadly Silence (Limited Pack)
The bottom line is: How much are you willing to pay for a game that came out nearly a decade ago?
Resident Evil is the game that launched a phenomenon. It set the standard for horror games, and terrified gamers for sequels to come. Now, the DS makes use of it's impressive hardware by porting the g...
Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition
Devil May Cry 3 knows its audience, and does best to please them, if only them.
Devil May Cry 3 is chronologically the first game in the series, which puts you in the shoes of a half-demon named Dante. It acts as a definitive apology for Devil May Cry 2, a wreck of a sequel that ...
Final Fantasy X (Mega Hits!)
Excelling marvelously in every possible way, Final Fantasy X is a masterpiece in every sense of the word.
Final Fantasy X is only five years old, yet it already feels timeless. Serving as the first Final Fantasy title for the Playstation 2, Final Fantasy X made use of the hardware and brought the first si...
Rampage: Total Destruction
Aside from the failed and superficial fluff, Rampage is the same game as it's predicessors, for better, and much worse.
When Rampage: World Tour was still popular in arcades, my grandparents would take my sister and I to the arcade to blow all of our quarters on that one machine. It was a fun ocassion, and I was still ...
Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII
Vincent's story needed to be told: A fun and well-made Action RPG/ Shooter is how Square chose to tell it.
Dirge of Cerberus has been the topic of debate for quite some time, and with good cause. It would be a crime to tag any game with the beloved Final Fantasy VII name without putting extra care into it,...
Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing
If you haven't picked up Big Rigs yet, then you're missing out on something special.
Since 2004, racing games have had a lot to live up to. As Final Fantasy 7 set the standard for RPG's, and when Halo set the standard for First Person shooters, no racing game has been able to come clo...
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
It doesn't break any boundries, but it serves its purpose in creating a 3D beat 'em up adventure for your pocket.
I won't lie. I went to see Dead Man's Chest in theaters twice already. As good as the movie was, I've been played enough movie based games to know that they're usually lacking in... um... you know, th...
TimeSplitters: Future Perfect
A suprisingly fun story mode and old school style shooting makes the third Timesplitters a certified Halo 2 killer.
Many cans of soda have been drinken and many bags of chips have been devoured in my basement over a heated 4-player splitscreen match of Timesplitters 1 and 2. With my stubborness to find new friends ...
Star Wars: Battlefront II
Great Game, although it would be more appropriately titled, "Star Wars Battlefront 1.5"
Last year, Lucasarts released the shooter, "Star Wars Battlefront", which many hailed as the best Star Wars game based off of the movies. The only thing that was missing was the lack of Episode 3 leve...