Total of 103 user reviews spread across 103 releases
Ms. Pac-Man/Galaga: Class of 1981
An Excellent Compilation
Now this is one good arcade game. Some people say it was released in 2000, some say it's 2001, I'd have to say very late 2000, because the copyright date says this as well. Now I played this on a stan...
Excellent Port of An Excellent Arcade Classic
Galaga is one of those arcade classics that's a must play. Galaga was released on home ports after the success it had in the arcade. This is by the far best not emulated port of the game to date. Rele...
Mortal Kombat Trilogy
An Awesome Game
Mortal Kombat is a great fighting game, and the whole trilogy is revived on one disc in the year of 1996, just a year after Mortal Kombat 3 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, and one year before the 3D gam...
Mortal Kombat II
Mortal Kombat took the arcades by storm back in 1992, due to its graphic violence and well-done graphics. Well, after an ongoing controversy, it returns in 1993 with a stunning, jaw-dropping sequel. I...
Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3
The Ultimate Mortal Kombat Game
Mortal Kombat 3 was released to mixed reviews, because of its selection of characters and its lack of quality to some players. While I think MK3 is one of the better games of the series, this ultimate...
Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero
The Father of MK's Konquest Modes Is This Okay Game
This is the final 2D Mortal Kombat game, due to the mixed reviews of MK3 and UMK3 and MK Trilogy. Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero takes MK fans to the events of the older Sub-Zero before the event...
Mortal Kombat 3
Mortal Kombat was fun, Mortal Kombat II was beyond great, and now we have Mortal Kombat 3 in 1995. Although this game could see some improvements with the character selection, it tells an amazing epic...
Mortal Kombat: Armageddon
Mortal Kombat's Finest Ending
In Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, you ahve every character, every stage and level, and everything else from all the original games. All the playable characters are improved from their original versions an...
Mortal Kombat: Deception
Mortal Kombat: Deception is No Exception in the MK Series
Mortal Kombat, the most famous, most controversial, best fighting series around (in my opinion), it has a moving and strong story, interesting characters, and redefined the way of fighting games. The ...
Pen Pen TriIcelon
I Found Pen Pen TriIcelon A Very Fun Game
Pen Pen TriIcelon is a quirky cute title for the Sega Dreamcast, and yet one of the earlier titles. This game will definitely appeal to children or people looking for a quirky and yet very fun unusual...
Okay Video Game Adaptation
How the Grinch Stole Christmas is a timeless Christmas story, from its original form as a book in 1957, to the Chuck Jones animated cartoon from 1966, and now the live-action movie from 2000. This vid...
Gex: Deep Cover Gecko
Gex 3 is A Solid Ending to the Series
Gex and Gex 2 were favorites of mine on PlayStation sampler discs back in the late 1990s. Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko is the final game in the series. Now if there is something new Gex 3, it's the entire ...
This a Must-Have N64 Title, Don't Be Fooled
Yoshi's Story was one of my favorite video games growing up. Play as several different colored Yoshis and explore all the side-scrolling levels, eating the enemies and using your tongue for tricks, an...
Cabela's Deer Hunt: 2004 Season
Introduced Me to Cabela's Hunting Games
These hunting games are some of the best, among other hunting games. In Cabela's Deer Hunter: 2004 Season for the Xbox, you are pitted against some big bucks in well done and realistic environments. T...
Super Speed Racing
CART Flag to Flag is a Pretty Decent Title
One of the earlier games for the Dreamcast, Flag to Flag offers several Indy cars to race, and several courses to race on. The gameplay is okay, but it feels more like a simple arcade game when you pl...
Pac-Man World 2
Pac-Man is Good Today
Pac-Man World 2 takes gamers into a 3D adventure with Pac-Man, like its predecessor. This game has you travelling through so many well designed courses and levels. You start off in the peaceful Pac-Vi...
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater
Skateboarding games have taken game systems by storm, and Tony Hawk has been doing an excellent job making it popular. This is his debut, well this is actually a port of that debut game for the Ninten...
Tom and Jerry in House Trap
Pretty Good Tom and Jerry Game
This is a late PlayStation era title, it may have some shoddy graphics, but it's very fun in a certain way. It's split screen, on the top is you as Jerry, and on the bottom is Tom, who is your rival. ...
Tom and Jerry in Fists of Furry
Tom and Jerry Rocks on Video Game Systems
I am a huge Tom and Jerry fan. I have seen almost of the shorts produced from 1940 to 1967, I watch all the spin-offs, and I used to play this game so much. In this game, you play as Tom or Jerry and ...
Crash Bandicoot 3 (PSOne Books)
An Amazing Adventure
Crash Bandicoot: Warped is the third game in the ongoing series, this is a trilogy. Crash's 3rd game is the best out of all of them indeed. Now what makes this title fun is its theme, and it's greatne...
Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2
One of the Best Mario Games Ever
Mario's debut on the GBA is pretty strong, and this title holds two extremely fun and irresistable classics. There is Super Mario World, which was an NES title from 1990, and a port of the original 19...
The Titanic Start
I recieved this with my Mortal Kombat: Deception Premium Pack edition, and this is a very fun game. This started it all. There are some cool looking digitzed actors and backgrounds, but they aren't pe...
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
A Nice Return to Liberty City
Grand Theft Auto III has the small Liberty City location on it. There was a lot to offer, but there was more needed. In 2005, they returned with this for the PSP, and then PlayStation 2 owners who don...
Mortal Kombat 3
Bad Port of a Great Arcade Game
Mortal Kombat 3 is an excellent example of what a fighting game should be like, but this pretty crumby port of the game to the Game Boy is certainly not fun. How the heck did it get an M rating? I hav...
Maybe A Hardcore Fan of the Series Might Enjoy It
I used to be a huge Bionicle fan, they were cool to collect to me at least, and I became hooked into the storyline behind the Lego Technic figures, watched all the Flash cartoons on theri old website,...
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
One of the Earliest Bad Movie-Game Adaptations
Home Alone was a huge hit back in 1990, and this sequel has a video game spin-off, just like the first one. I had this on my NES as a child, and I tried when I got it to work years later, and I stoppe...
Hot Wheels: Velocity X
Hot Wheels Fans Will Enjoy It
I used to be a big fan of Hot Wheels, I collected all the models, past and presents. This game based on the franchise is has an odd story mode, and has an okay selection of Hot Wheel's greatest cars, ...
Disney's Treasure Planet
Treasure Planet, sadly, is Walt Disney Picture's biggest flop, only making over $100 million worldwide, but yet it cost $140 million to produce, with an extra $40 million in promotional efforts. This ...
It Wasn't That Bad
I really loved the movie Ice Age, and I got this game when I first got a Game Boy. Based on the CGI blockbuster of the same name, Ice Age has you playing as either Manny or Sid as you go through a goo...
Super Mario 64
Mario is still unstoppable during the mid-1990s. This is one of the Nintendo 64's launch titles. Even though all the new Mario games are out, this one is still remembered. The game has well done graph...
Diddy Kong Racing
It's Very Similar to Mario Kart 64
Diddy Kong Racing I guess was a title thrown out to the system to make a quick buck. I guess it is very good to some, but to me, I found it kind of hard to get into. First of all, the other racers can...
Mario Kart 64
Fun, Very Very Fun
I used to play Mario Kart 64 a lot on my cousin's Nintendo 64, and I have to say, even when I still try it out, it is a very fun game. You have unique racers to choose from, some well designed courses...
Chicken Run Plays Nearly the Same on the PlayStation
Chicken Run is a great film, and the game is okay, and this Dreamcast version is a tad bit worse than the PlayStation version. While I enjoyed it at times, it was a bit easier than PlayStation version...
Excellent Movie, But the Game Needs More
Chicken Run is an excellent example of how stop-motion animation can produce an 84 minute feature film, but this spin-off game falls flat. Usually video game spin-offs don't really impress me. It's ha...
Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
The First Mortal Kombat Game for the Home Systems
First there was Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat II, and the MK3 with its spin-offs UMK3 and MK Trilogy, and then Mortal Kombat 4, and now, Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance for the home systems. I have play...
Konami Collector's Series: Arcade Classics
One Great Compilation
You have great games on this cartridge. The 1981 classics "Frogger" and "Scramble" will be irresitable. Gyrus is a unique rotating shooter. Rush N' Attack and Yie Air Kung Fu are o...
Crazy Taxi is Pure Driving Mayhem
One day at the arcade, I came across Crazy Taxi, and I was wondering how it would be. So I tried it, and I became shocked by its chaotic gameplay. As the name implies, you are a crazy taxi driver, you...
Project Gotham Racing
A Very Cool Racing Title
Project Gotham Racing is a fine racing title that was released when the Xbox was launched back in 2001. This proves that the Xbox has very good graphics, and can match PlayStation 2's finest looking g...
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2
High Octane Fun
The Need for Speed series has been around for a while. This new entry in 2002 is pretty cool, this is one of the first ones I played. I can see why Need for Speed has all the hype. You are offered som...
Mortal Kombat Advance
A Really Unenjoyable Port of Ulitmate Mortal Kombat 3
Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 is a vast upgrade to 1995's Mortal Kombat 3, then it would be updated in Mortal Kombat Trilogy in 1996. Well in late 2001, when the Nintendo Game Boy Advance was launched, the...