Total of 24 user reviews spread across 24 releases
Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!
Brain Age is a solid (and cheap!) marriage of education and gameplay
Video games and education never really got along together. You know, we’d try to arrange playdates, but it’d always end up with the games sitting on the couch eating cheetos and forcing the education ...
Prey (Collector's Edition)
Prey may have high hopes, but it never reaches it's full potential and is instead a barely worthwhile rental
While I hardly kept up with the buzz, apparently Prey has been in the making for quite a while now. To think, had it all gone to plan, I would have played this game on my old N64. As it stands, I’m pl...
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Oblivion may well be the most immersive game ever created
It’s rare that a game will be so incredibly all-encompassing that it feels like you are living a completely separate life. Many open-ended adventure games like the Legend of Zelda or GTA series have l...
Killer7 is an incredibly original game that will be a breath of fresh air to some and just too weird for others
Capcom has been doing an excellent job in mixing it up this generation. With most games trying to copy others like Halo, GTA and Mario (the latter of whom even copies himself), Capcom has delivered ma...
Tales of Symphonia
Tales of Symphonia is a game that will last weeks and never hit a dull point
To start off, RPGs are somewhat unfamiliar territory to me. The only full-fledged RPG I ever played thoroughly was the classic Pokemon Red and Blue. Sure, I’ve played many Legend of Zelda games, but t...
Kimi no Tame Nara Shineru
Feel the Magic has a lot of style, but the core gameplay is very shallow and surprisingly unremarkable.
Recently, the DS has exploded. Games like Castlevania, Nintendogs, Canvas Curve and Advance Wars have been getting rave reviews, but there is still a gap for some DS owners, and that is cheap games. T...
Bomberman DS is probably the best multiplayer game currently on the DS
Bomberman has a special little place in my gaming mind as the first true game to me waste countless hours doing nothing but repeat the same multiplayer over and over again. That’s what Bomberman 64 di...
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent is a hollow experience, and a poor flagship FPS for the DS.
The console version of the game was a terrible disappointment. It managed to take a decent enough concept of having you play as the bad guy, and essentially destroy it, thanks to a sloppy campaign and...
TimeSplitters 2 is simply the best shooter ever invented for split-screen mayhem.
First off, I love shooters, ever since I was six watching my dad kick some Nazi ass on a classic computer game called Wolfenstein 3D (by the way, you can probably download it free off the net, and it ...
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Return of the King is just too short to really enjoy.
I loved the Lord of the Rings movies. I can't lie. I gave the Return of the King movie a perfect mark and it wasn't even my favourite of the three (Fellowship was, and Two Towers would get a high-90s)...
In a world where games are supposed to have beautiful graphics, big guns and actual plots, VJ is a breath of fresh air.
Game Design: 2/2.5: You are Joe. He was at the movies with his girlfriend Sylvia when they both got sucked into the movie. With Sylvia captured and a new super-hero costume from his hero, Captain Blue...
Super Mario Sunshine
Sunshine may have many, many flaws, but, to be perfectly blunt, it is a lot of fun to play.
I didn't have Mario when I was a really little kid. I never had the original Nintendo. I did, however, get an N64 when I was young and Super Mario 64 was one of my first games. Ah yes, back when I rea...
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent
Thanks to a sloppy campaign and underdeveloped multiplayer, Rogue Agent has no real reason to exist
Bond games. Once upon a time, the best FPS available was a Bond game. That game was, of course, Rare’s N64 classic GoldenEye, based on the movie of the same name. After GoldenEye, however, EA took ove...
Tony Hawk's Underground 2
With a bad single player mode and few additions to the formula of the first THUG, THUG2 feels very much like old hat.
Well, I must say that I wasn’t really impressed with the Tony Hawk games on the N64. Maybe I just didn’t find the trusty old tripod versatile enough for skating. However, when I first played THPS3 for...
The best game out for the GameCube!
I am going to level with you. I have never played a Resident Evil game before this one. The closest I ever got was Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem. Now, that was a pretty cool game, but I had been ...
TimeSplitters: Future Perfect
TimeSplitters Future Perfect Is A Great Shooter, But One Cannot Help But Think It Had More Potential
Well, at long last, I finally got my hands on this game, the sequel to my favourite FPS of all time. TimeSplitters 2 was an incredible game that replayed like no other. It was FPS bliss, a game that y...
Super Mario 64 DS
Super Mario 64 DS is probably the best port ever made
It took me 7 years to get 120 stars in the original Super Mario 64, the third game I got for my beloved N64 and easily one of my best. Seven years to get two elusive stars that I was seemingly incapab...
Famicom Mini: Zelda no Densetsu
I would have preferred it if the graphics and sound were cleaned up, but LoZ is still a good game worth $25
Well, if you saw the original game in the greatest series of all time on the shelf at Wal-Mart for 25$, don't tell me you wouldn't snatch it up. The Legend of Zelda is quite easily the greatest video ...
Enter the Matrix
Enter The Matrix A Huge Letdown
Game Deasign: .5/2.5: Basically, you can choose either Ghost or Niobe and finish a bunch of missions divided into short levels which you can access from an interface. The game is on two discs for some...
Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
Mario Kart: Double Dash is the same game as Mario Kart 64, so there is no real reason to buy this game
Game Design: 1/2.5: You remember MK64? It was a great game back then. This has everything basically the same. I have much higher expectations now. I haven’t tried the new battle modes, but how much mo...
Second Sight is an innovative game with an incredible story
Well, I was really looking forward to getting this game. Did it, itself, look really astounding. No, not especially. It looked pretty good, but that wasn’t the attraction. The attraction began long ag...
Asphalt: Urban GT
Asphalt Urban GT Is A Fun Little Racer, Even If It Doesn't Quite Utilize The DS Hardware As Much As Possible
The DS. I love my DS. What I hate is the launch line-up. Basically, I got Super Mairo 64 DS as the only must have and kinda wanted Feel the Magic and this. Well, I got this for Christmas, so I guess m...
Viewtiful Joe 2
Viewtiful Joe 2 Is Essentially A Good Game, But It Never Feels A Shade Different From It's Predecessor
Well, I gave the original Viewtiful Joe a 90%. So what were the chances I would miss this sequel? Slim, very slim. The first was just an incredibly fresh side-scroller. I knew I wouldn’t appreciate th...
Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
Bad multiplayer, but a brilliant adventure, even if it's not as great as Metroid Prime 1
In 2002, Texas developer Retro Studios released a game that revamped a series and set a new standard for adventure games through its incredible detail and immersive environments. That game was Metroid...