User Reviews & Ratings
Total of 20 user ratings spread across 20 releases
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
This is the adventure game equivalent of a rail shooter. So there's no adventure, but a fair amount of shooting.
This is a rail shooter with jump "puzzles". The sort of thing where you have to time it right, or just stand in the right place at the right time, several times in a row. When you start the game you usually only have t... Read Full Review1 of 16 users found the following review helpful
Once you could make the GTA world your own, now there are no optional missions and earning money is pointless.
Where once the GTA franchise represented the best in open city gaming now it's just as scripted as every other game out there. You don't have the option to select who you work for, you must work for everyone. Don't lik... Read Full Review3 of 5 users found the following review helpful
While a perfectly enjoyable game there are some control issues which can make the final 3 battles infuriating.
This game is a lot like Thief, except Garrett doesn't want to kill anyone and Altaïr only steals people's lives. It's curious then that Altaïr refuses to kill a particular end boss because that person is "not his target... Read Full Review0 of 1 users found the following review helpful
This is simply a poor copy of World of Warcraft, with little of the shine but well colored by the LOTR milieu.
This game has all the standard MMO pitfalls including the grind, worthless currency, foolish monsters, and pointless quests. LOTRO is very much unfun and relies on the Lord of the rings setting to make it enjoyable, m... Read Full Review3 of 59 users found the following review helpful
Early travel powers and costume design are cool, but they don't compensate for the terrible social menu.
The costume creator is likely what first drew you to this game, and if that's all you require of a game you won't be disappointed. Creating a character concept, a costume for that character, and then a power set is fu... Read Full Review3 of 9 users found the following review helpful
Let me just say, right off the bat, that World of Warcraft was ground breaking when it came out, and it took me a long time to realize that it's just not that fun. A lot of games copied this mechanic, and they aren't th... Read Full Review6 of 14 users found the following review helpful
Bethesda has made (yet another game) that defines what an RPG should be. It's upgraded Oblivion plus guns.
Fallout 3 is one of my favorite games of all time. Bethesda is Iconic in the RPG genre, and dominates my top 5. Daggerfall was their break out which, while incredibly buggy, was an amazing game in it's time. Morrowind... Read Full Review0 of 2 users found the following review helpful
This is not WoW, it is D&D, if you're not a team player you will fail. You will have a lack luster experience.
This really is "D&D, online" so lets just get that out of the way. Turbine didn't sit in a room and ask themselves, "How do we make a really great MMO." They tried to take the table top game (a.k.a. Pen and Paper/PnP) ... Read Full Review4 of 5 users found the following review helpful
Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach
Sid Meier's Pirates!
Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning (Collector's Edition)
The stages of life are a farce, and serve to rush you to the space portion. Which is the actual game.
While promised a layered, near "4 games in one" experience, what you really end up with is "3 mini-games + 1 actual game" The three mini-games, which you're quickly rushed through, are a canvas for the real game "space ... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful