User Reviews & Ratings
Total of 13 user reviews spread across 13 releases
6.0, Gamespot? Did Taleworlds not buy enough ad space? Mount and Blade is an old-school, extraordinarily addictive and fun, positively superior B-level title. It is a game; it has no desire to play like a movie, s... Read Full Review10 of 12 users found the following review helpful
Just a quick review of a game I played years ago-- I'm playing again. Probably the best online golf game.
Shot Online is more free-to-play, odd-world virtual crack from Asia. In its guts it's very much like the old arcade Nintendo golf game, like Golden Tee, as well as like the old Links golf game for PC. There's a three-cl... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Doesn't capture atmosphere like its predecessors. A mediocre port. But its worst offense is that it lacks game.
Let's get this out of the way: the port is mediocre. It isn't completely game-breaking, but it is bad. What's most disappointing, however, is that GTAIV could have really been one for the ages: it's big and beautiful... Read Full Review3 of 5 users found the following review helpful
The short version of Max Payne 2's history is this: Critics liked it, no one bought it. The reason? The game had a brain. The consolers the game was marketed towards, however, did not. Max Payne II is psuedo-film n... Read Full Review6 of 6 users found the following review helpful
First let me say that I enjoyed NWN2. It was rather cartoony and comic-booky, but it still felt and played like a full-fledged title. MotB, on the other hand, was clearly a falling away from major-IP status, it being muc... Read Full Review7 of 10 users found the following review helpful
The Witcher is 3 parts truly great RPG, 1 part bargain bin title. There, I said it. The Witcher, Enhanced Edition or no, is a mixed bag. The profanity and casual sexual encounters are titillating or gratuitous ... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
I enjoyed the Fallouts as true RPGs immensely. I enjoyed Oblivion immensely for what it is: a gigantic, story-driven sword and sorcery action-adventure with RPG elements. As expected, Fallout 3 does not fully captu... Read Full Review2 of 5 users found the following review helpful
Every game made since 1998's Half-Life, of whatever genre, owes something to it. Every first-person-shooter since, on some level, is trying to be it. The success of a post-Half-Life FPS depends on how well it deals... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
At its core COD4 is an atavistic shooter: it is arcadey, almost like a 3D version of a 2D platformer in which wave after wave of enemies just keep coming, level after level. But matched to lean, relentless storytelling d... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Classic cRPGs like BG or Fallout or NWN ultimately come out of the pen-and-paper DnD craze of the late 1970s and 1980s; but they overcame a PnP basement-dwelling ethos right out of the box. And while NWN1 and NWN2 (le... Read Full Review1 of 9 users found the following review helpful
Oblivion is a sword and sorcery action-adventure with RPG elements. And you can take this to the bank: 2006's GOTY marks the last time that so much singleplayer content is ever released in one box. With the cons... Read Full Review2 of 4 users found the following review helpful
There's a vast wasteland out there in cyberspace. It's a wasteland of thousands of hours logged; a land of low-res textures and low resolutions and low hardware requirements but incredible lag; a land inhabited by and... Read Full Review7 of 10 users found the following review helpful
Fifth-rate, soul-killing grindfest with pretty good faction PvP. Partying surprisingly easy to do. Sort of fun.
I'll be honest and say that I haven't played KO in years. It was new (and totally free) when I played it. People complain about hackers now, as if that were a new development, but the game has always been rife with th... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful