Total of 18 user reviews spread across 18 releases
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle
No More Heroes 2 fixes issues from the first game and improves on things we didn't know needed improving.
After the first Wii gem, No More Heroes, Desperate Struggle swooped in to bring us another story of the man named Travis Touchdown. The greatest assassin in the world, who only got there because he w...
No More Heroes
No More Heroes is the story of a guy trying to hook up with a hot Russian woman. And killing. Lots of killing.
No More Heroes is another game that stands out from the rest of the Wii Library. It's about a man named Travis Touchdown, an otaku who becomes an assassin after buying a beam katana off of the in...
MadWorld is a vicious, silly game that proves that the Wii can have some hardcore games, even if they aren't shooters.
MadWorld is one controversial game. When it was coming out in the UK, parents attempted to ban this game because of how horribly violent it is. Though, something many people thing is that the violen...
Transformers Prime: The Game
Transformers Prime: The Game gives Nintendo fans the great Transformers game they've been denied by the HD TF games.
With War for Cybertron and Fall of Cybertron blazing trails on the 360 and PS3, Nintendo has been left in the dark when it comes to good Transformers games. Sure we got the first good Pick-O-Side Bay...
Kamen Rider Dragon Knight
There needs to be a "God Awful" option in the Classifications on this site. Because of this game.
So, I'm a fan of the Kamen Rider Dragon Knight show. Just of Kamen Rider in genral. I'm really in love with Kamen Rider, especially Ryuki/Dragon Knight, which is one of my favorites. So, obviously ...
Tales of the Abyss
For a direct port, Tales of the Abyss 3D really delivers.
I'm a big fan of the Tales games. I mean, I have 3 reviews up on my profile. Now I'm going to add a 4th. Tales of the Abyss 3D is a direct port of the PS2 game of the same name from 2005. Like, ex...
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
Dream Drop Distance revolutionizes Kingdom Hearts, in a good way.
I have a very love/hate relationship with Kingdom Hearts. Anyone who knows me can tell you that. In fact, I only really picked this up because the characters from The World Ends with You were in the...
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen - Decepticons
After the fantastic first game of the Transformers Pick-O-Side series, Revenge of the Fallen falls flat.
I love the first game of the Pick-O-Side series. Open World, do whatever, lots of vehicle modes for the CaB (Create-A-Bot). But Revenge of the Fallen takes none of those features and instead makes a...
Subarashiki Kono Sekai: It's a Wonderful World
An unbiased, fair review of The World Ends with You. I'll explain ALL pros and cons so you get the full scoop.
When I first heard of The World Ends with You (TWEWY for short), I was skeptical. I mean, the art style was cool and it was by the group who did Chain of Memories, so it would at least be interesting...
Pokemon + Nobunaga no Yabou
Pokemon and Nobunaga come together for this interesting crossover idea that is actually pretty well done.
We've all played Pokémon. Pokémon has been part of all of our childhoods, as well as the childhood for an entire generation. We know all the Pokémon (more or less), and we know how to play the games...
Like Grand Theft Auto? Like Transformers? Got a DS? Then get this game.
ransformers: Decepticons is part of the DS marketing stratigy that you can sell more by making 2 different versions, a la Pokemon. Decepticons takes a spin on the first Transformers Movie from the De...
Kingdom Hearts Re:coded
Re:Coded, while answering several questions about the KH universe, is oddly difficult. But, it's worth a play through.
I got an early copy of Re:Coded thanks to a local game store in town. I rushed through the game due to classes starting up tomorrow and so I managed to beat it in about 15 hours. And, here is my rev...
World Destruction: Michibikareshi Ishi
Destroy the World in this fun RPG with a colorful cast of characters and areas that will have you coming back for more.
I wasn't sure what to make of Sands of Destruction (World Destruction in Japan). When I first read about it I went, "They can do that? Have a game where you are the villains?" Sure enough, that's w...
Sonic Unleashed can be loads of fun, once you accept the Werehog stages as Sega's Attempt at Devil May Cry gameplay.
Sonic Unleashed was a game I picked up late last year, around the time school started up. Having played many Sonic games and seeing the decline of good ones, I decided, originally, not to pick this u...
Tales of Hearts (CG Movie Edition)
Tales of Hearts is one of the best titles of the series, filled with love, redemption, and a lot of heart.
For a long time I had been trying to figure out a way to get Tales of Hearts. I knew I couldn't import due to my lack of money and it being around $80. Then, my friends and I went to an Anime Conven...
Tales of the Tempest
Tales of the Tempest isn't as bad as they say. However, I can see why people rail on it so much.
Tales of the Tempest is the black sheep of Namco Bandai's Tales series. Short, easy, little voice acting. I can see why one would dislike it. However, I personally have just finished Tales of the T...
Bleach: The 3rd Phantom
A story that's so good, you wished it was canon.
Bleach is the popular manga series written by Tite Kubo. As the series seems to be winding down, the games are still coming strong. Bleach: The 3rd Phantom is a great tactical RPG with a story writt...
Tales of Symphonia: Ratatosk no Kishi
Dawn of the New World may not stack up to the original, but it's a good RPG in it's own right.
Taking place 2 years after the first Tales of Symphonia (for the Gamecube), the game starts out with a chaotic scene at Palmacosta. The place is on fire, buildings destroyed, people screaming. A young...