Total of 12 user reviews spread across 12 releases
Fallout 3: Point Lookout
Much more than a "B-side" expansion, Point Lookout is worth every penny.
I'll be honest: when Bethesda first announced the "Point Lookout" expansion for the ever-expanding universe that is "Fallout 3," I was a little wary. When downloadable content was originally d...
Left 4 Dead
Valve's Latest Offering Does Not Disappoint
In theory, Left 4 Dead may seem like an almost ridiculous gamble to take. The formula: take two of the most tired genres in popular culture (zombies and first person shooters), combine them to make ...
Battlefield: Bad Company
Chaotic, loud, and fun, there are good times ahead.
If I had ten points to give out based on originality, Battlefield: Bad Company would get roughly two. There is very little to be found here that hasn't been "borrowed" from some other source. If you'v...
Backwards Compatible Installment 3 <br /> <br /> There is enough fun to be had in these bloodstained halls to make it
A sequel of sorts to the 1982 movie of the same name, "The Thing" is a squad-based, third person shooter that was released early in the original XBOX's lifecycle. ----Already in progress Over ...
Backwards Compatible Installment 2:<br /> <br /> A game that should not be missed by those looking for something deepe
Lucas Kane is an average guy. He holds down a dull job that keeps the bills paid, a brother who could think better of him, and a relationship with his girlfriend that's currently on the rocks. Oblivio...
Backwards Compatible Installment 1
Pariah is a game about a virus. Or a war. Or a war over a virus. Something like that, anyway. You play a doctor. And there's this girl named Karina. And there is shooting. Lots and lots of shooting. T...
"Someday, and that day may never come, I may call upon you to do a thirvith for me."
As it cruises its way through the same veins of GTA or Saints Row, it would be easy to dismiss the Godfather as simply just another sandbox style action game. And while it does bare more than a few re...
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
One of the best.
I'll be honest, I haven't played this one in awhile, but give the relative dry spell of RPG's for the 360, I figured I'd write a review for this title. Plain and simple, anyone who is looking for a...
Stubbs would be proud.
The concept is simple: survive for 72 to hours in a mall that's been dooched with zombies. You play as a reporter who gets flown in, dropped off, and has to find some way to survive the risen dead. Th...
A groovy change of pace.
This promises to be a short review. There is little that I can say about this game, except that in a sea of FPSs and Racers, this title is a breath of fresh air. The premise is simple. It's a god-g...
Condemned: Criminal Origins
I love this game.
I know this is an older 360 title. If I'm not mistaken, it's been around since launch. But this, for me at least, is one of those rare titles you never trade in. I've played through it twice, and inte...
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
This game is phenominal.
I am not a huge fan of RPGs, but every so often one comes along that catches my interest. Oblivion was not one of those. I had seen my brother play it once or twice, and it just didn't seem like my cu...