Total of 177 user reviews spread across 177 releases
Batman: Arkham City
Sequel To One of The Darkest Superhero Games Ever Made, That Is Just As Dark and Addictive To Play
Batman: Arkham City is the sequel to 2009's Arkham Asylum, but now features a fully-functioning city that now serves as a larger-scale version of Arkham Asylum before Batman exposed it's dark origins,...
A Solid Open-World Sequel To A Gem of A Dark Action-Adventure
Prototype 2, is the sequel to 2009's original dark, action-adventure game of the same name with events following on since the ending of the first game. Prototype 2 follows new protagonist James Heller...
Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition
A Fun, Co-Op Survival Horror Arcade Title That Can Draw You In For Hours of Your Time
Dead Nation as a whole passed me sadly, as I didn't own a PS3 when it was released but since buying a PS4 I got Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition for free as a member of PlayStation Plus. So I thought w...
Call of Duty: Ghosts
Another Installment In A Long Franchise, For Once The Story Does Not Lure Me In - It's Extinction Mode
Call of Duty: Ghosts, is sadly for once one of the worst story led games of the franchise. Usually I love the story and plot of past instalments, but this is the first time I am more disappointed in i...
A Solid, Fun Open-World Superhero Game With Dark Tones, and Realism With Your Actions
InFamous surprised me, with it's superhero theme and it's protagonist Cole who has somehow received superhuman powers, in particular the use of electricity as a weapon in the city of Empire City. It h...
Saints Row: The Third
An Enjoyable New Chapter In The Saint's Row Franchise, With Gangs and Crime Making A Return
Saints Row The Third, being the third instalment in the franchise is sadly the last of the series to feature it's grim, dark organised crime and gang theme since it's sequel Saints Row 4 went in the d...
Dead Space: Extraction
A Great Stand-Alone Chapter of The Dead Space Series, With Smooth Controls and Action
Dead Space: Extraction passed me, since I never owned my Wii for long when it was released before selling it for an Xbox 360. Since then I now own a PS4 and a PS3, and so when I bought Dead Space 2 pr...
A Solid, True Survival-Horror Game That Even Makes Me Jump At Times
Outlast missed me at it's PC release in 2013, so when I heard that it was being released on the PS4 to buy I was interested, but even more when I found it was a free for PlayStation Plus members. So I...
XCOM: Enemy Unknown
A Fun, Enjoyable Turn-Based RTS Game Set In A World Invaded By Aliens
I did avoid XCOM: Enemy Unknown when it was first released, fearing it being a poor-quality RTS title on the Xbox 360 and PS3. With outdated graphics, or bad dynamics and controls so I did not experie...
Don't Starve: Console Edition
A Dark, Horror-Survival Game That Tests Your Skills and Sucks You Into It's Dark World and It's Elements
I had never heard of Don't Starve when it was on computer, as I am a PS3 and PS4 owner but once it was announced for PS4 I looked into it, and downloaded it from PlayStation Plus. Being free, as a mem...
Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag
Another Instalment In this Long-Winded Franchise, With Nothing New To Enjoy With A Very Steep Price To It
Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag, I should have known as not to expect much from it in terms of quality, as it is just another rehash of the same game as before, but in another setting; a boring, dull P...
A Fun, Challenging Ratchet and Clank Style Platformer - A Solid PS4 Launch Title
Knack was one of the dozen or so launch titles released on the PS4, and it immediately with it's game art and design reminded me of Ratchet and Clank. With it's comical designs, animations and dialogu...
A Realistic War Shooter, With Amazing Visuals and Graphics - A Good Enough PS4 Launch Title
Battlefield 4 for me is a very realistic shooter, with a story steeped in modern conflicts and global tensions. With a Chinese invasion of international waters, and against American forces in the regi...
Call of Duty: Ghosts
A Somewhat Engrossing Plot, With Post-Apocalypse Theme, But Gameplay Hasn't Changed Enough, With Multiplayer Problems
Call of Duty: Ghosts, another instalment in the franchise that fails to grasp me yet again. Ghosts for me, has only one redeeming quality being it's storyline and plot. It follows a somewhat Post-Apoc...
Initially Fun Title, That Showcases The PS4's Power, But Still Feels Like A Space Invaders Reboot
Resogun, released onto the PS4's PSN, as a downloadable game for free to those who used their 14-day trial of PlayStation Plus, and for those who have extended theirs. It's a fun, if simple Space Inva...
A Fun Mystery Themed Platformer, With Some Quirky Elements In It's Gameplay
Contrast is one of only two downloadable titles on the new PS4's PSN, and because of this there is no other titles to compare it's quality to. Contrast is quite a short, yet sweet title for new owners...
The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 1 - All That Remains
A Return of Clementine, and The Harsh World of The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead: Season 2 - Episode 1 - All That Remains is the new episode of the second season of episodic instalments like the first season of the Telltale game series last year. Clementine is bac...
Killzone: Shadow Fall
An Enjoyable PS4 Launch Shooter Title, Brings Back The Killzone Lore and World I Miss
Killzone: Shadow Fall is one of the first launch titles I bought for my PS4, it was what I wanted; a return to the world of the Helghast and Vektra. I knew this was a departure from the premises of Ki...
The Last of Us
A Beautiful Post-Apocalypse Tale of Hope, and Emotion
The Last of Us, was a game that actually persuaded me to buy a PS3 just for the game, at a time only a few months ago when everyone else was pre-ordering the PS4. I can safely say it was well worth bu...
Hercules no Eikou: Tamashii no Shoumei
A Fun, Pick-Up and Play RPG - But Don't Get Too Excited As It's Nothing Truly Special
I came across Glory of Heracles, described as a fun, enjoyable RPG filled with Greek mythology and lore played out in an anime influenced gaming, and visuals. The idea of Glory of Heracles is a good ...
Ryuusei no RockMan 3: Black Ace
A Fun, RPG But Action Becomes Stale Very Quickly, Best For Occasional Play Only
Mega Man 3: Starforce: Black Ace is my first foray into the Mega Man franchise, and it's RPG qualities. I know Mega Man to be quite a large gaming franchise, and Mega Man 3:Starforce is one of just ma...
Rune Factory: Shin Bokujou Monogatari
A Fair, Fun Harvest Moon Themed Game Mixed In With Combat and Monsters
I came across Rune Factory: A Fantasy Harvest Moon for quite a good discount price, and doing some mental equations I worked out I would be getting the game literally for free, as it was on discount ...
Ougon no Taiyou: Shikkokunaru Yoake
An Enjoyable RPG, As A Sequel To A Franchise I Am New To; Everything Is Explained Gently and Becomes Enticing
Golden Sun: Dark Dawn, was the last game I bought as a trio of Nintendo DS RPG games; alongside Dragon Quest IX and Dragon Quest VI - surprisingly Golden Sun was at the top alongside Dragon Quest IX a...
Dragon Quest IX: Hoshizora no Mamoribito
A Fun, RPG Gem Port With Everything Updated With A Strong, Story That Pulls Me In By My Arm and Won't Let Go
Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of The Starry Skies was the second Dragon Quest game I bought and got into, following a similar, enjoyable experience of Dragon Quest VI also on the Nintendo DS. What struck...
Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation
As A Newbie To The Dragon Quest Franchise, This Was My First Foray On The DS System
Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation, was my first Dragon Quest game initially, buying it on a whim when in Canada along with Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of The Starry Skies as I am a big fan of gener...
Bokura no Taiyou: Django & Sabata
A Solid, Yet Surprisingly Boring Action-Adventure Game I couldn't Get Into Thoroughly
Lunar Knights, for me personally only drew in my attention from it's cover-art and claiming on the back of it;s box to have elements of an RPG in it's game mechanics, and sadly I was very disappointed...
Black Sigil: Blade of the Exiled
A Fun, Retro Style RPG But Fails To Use New Ideas, The DS Would Allow
I came across Black Sigil: Blade of The Exiled when on holiday in Canada, and found from the game screenshots on the back of it's box seemed very similar to the old 2D retro, RPG's that were on the ol...
Blue Dragon: Awakened Shadow
A Fun Spin-Off, Going Back To The RPG Elements of The Original, Worth Giving A Try As A Fan
Blue Dragon: Awakened Shadow was released in 2010, at a time when I never owned a Nintendo DS or the newer 3DS, but I recently bought it for quite cheap, when on holiday in Canada for more than $10. ...
Blue Dragon Plus
A Fun Experience At First, But With A Dull Story and Lack of Exploration It Falls Far Short of Expectations
Blue Dragon was released on the Xbox 360 in 2006, and a following grew from the franchise spawning an Anime series, and spin-off games. In 2009 almost three years since it's original release, Blue Dra...
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
The First Zelda Game on The 3DS, Graphically It's Beautiful and Smooth Controls Make It A Gem On The System
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D came and passed me at the time of it's release, as I didn't own a Nintendo 3DS at the time until quite recently. I came across it after purchasing the 3DS, and ...
Trauma Center: Under the Knife
A Fun Puzzler, With Scrubs Influence and Anime Style
Trauma Center: Under The Knife is my first foray into the series, and on the Nintendo 3DS, as a DS title it's quite new to me. The principle is simple enough, as a new doctor in a fictional Hospital y...
Fire Emblem: Kakusei
My First Foray Into The Fire Emblem Franchise, and On The 3DS It's Beautiful and Fun, With RPG Elements
Fire Emblem as a franchise passed over me, and now Awakening is my first experience of the series on the 3DS years after it's first release. I knew that the Fire Emblem series is an RPG influenced Re...
Resident Evil: Revelations
Resident Evil: Revelations Uses The 3DS To A High Level, With Some Amazing Action and Adventure Sequences
Following the low reviews and scores of Resident Evil: Mercenaries, the Resident Evil series's first foray onto the 3DS system, many feared Revelations would be another flop, good for casual action bu...
The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks
The Final DS Release of A Zelda Game, Uses The Same Stylus Controls of Phantom Hourglass - Improves With More Elements
The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks is the last game of the franchise released on the Nintendo DS system, and using the old DS controls of the stylus from Phantom Hourglass, it has some improvements, a...
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
Graphics and Game play Are Stripped For A DS Port, Does Not Hold Up Well Compared To Home Console Releases
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 was quite an enjoyable game on the Xbox 360 when I rented it, but three years later I found it for only $5 in Canada whilst on holiday, and bought it for my new 3DS XL...
A Fun, Old-School Side-Scrolling Plat-former That Sticks Faithfully To Aliens Lore, and History Very Well
I came across Aliens: Infestation when crawling through a bargain bucket when on holiday in Canada, and came across it for just $5 with an old DS protective case thrown in for the price. For it's pric...
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars
GTA's First and Only Foray In To The Nintendo DS System, and Game-play Far Exceeds Its Console Counter-Parts
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars is the first and only GTA title on the DS system, and for some this is a reason to avoid it but it's surprisingly an amazing gem, even after four years since it's rele...
Zelda no Densetsu: Mugen no Sunadokei
The First Zelda Title On The Nintendo DS, That Uses The Stylus In So Many Imaginative Ways
As the first The Legend of Zelda title released on the DS, at the time the graphics for a handheld console and the use of the stylus was quite new and considered very ingenious - from drawing maps, ma...
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
One of My First Forays Into The Kingdom Hearts World, and On The DS Is Quite Fun Yet Portable
Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days is a sequel to the original Kingdom Hearts game, but made in later years after Kingdom Hearts 2 was released. I had played the original Kingdom Hearts on the PS2, and knew w...
Megami Ibunroku: Devil Survivor
My First Experience With A Shin Megami Tensei Title, It's Well Worth It - A Fusion of Mythology and Turn-Based Combat
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor is my first experience with it's relevant franchise, I knew it to be similar to Pokemon in terms of capturing demons and using them to fight enemies. It also mixes c...