Total of 279 user reviews spread across 279 releases
The Elder Scrolls III: Bloodmoon
For Morrowind fans who can't get enough of it and fancy an environmental change as well.
Bloodmoon is a welcome addition to Morrowind where it extends the free-form exploring feature unique to the game via a whole new medium-sized island to discover its caverns and tombs, this time in a s...
The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal
The Journal makeover is the main reason to install Tribunal :)
One of the best improvements would be the Journal log categorising option, where you can clearly identify unfinished quests and not have to flip through your 200 page journal like crazy. That would be...
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
A classic if not marred by bugs and some gameplay aesthetics.
Morrowind came out at a time when the Lord of the Rings trilogy was a hit, and it was one of the games that closest match the movie in an interactive standpoint, sometimes much better than the officia...
Great potential, but flawed in some aspects of modern-day video games.
For a non-fan of the original pen'n'paper game, I enjoyed Shadowrun Returns just for the rare cyberpunk cum RPG setting, which is like a homage to Blade Runner. The rare great cyberpunk RPGs I've play...
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent
Beware of game-killing BUGS in the PC version!
Sam Fisher does more or less the same stuff in this 4th sequel, and a new "double agent" feature with a loyalty meter is implemented into the game which gives you more things to do within a mission an...
Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor
Very short campaign, but engaging enough to get it from the bargain counter.
Tales of Valor seems to favor and empathize with the plight of the German army, telling their human side of the story, where they prove that the tagline "Leave No Man Behind" doesn't just belong to th...
Batman: Arkham Asylum
"I promise I would help you with housework after this stage, dear!", and 10 hours just whizzed by.
Batman: Arkham Asylum features slick-looking and easily executed combat that compares well with the image of Christian Bale's Dark Knight, though the Joker and the gang of villains available in this g...
Mass Effect 2
Nobody does sequels like the Mass Effect series, with unparalled depth and cause-n-effect schema.
Mass Effect 2 carries on the depth and breadth of the first game and makes it even more challenging as I find that I tend to die more often without making good use of my squad abilities and flanking t...
Fallout: New Vegas
I have played over 100 hours on Fallout New Vegas, and still not gettin' enuff :)
There are stupid amount of quests to do here, and most of them are fun and hilarious side quests, which can be accomplished in more than 2 ways almost all of the time, kudos to the developers! Fallout...
Fallout: New Vegas - Lonesome Road
Though quite a linear journey, the level design of Lonesome Road creates impressive scenery and great sniping battles!
As far as the plot goes, the potential main antagonist is a boring talker, prompting impatient dialogue skips, but your wordless companion, EDE-E (isn't he waiting for you in Mojave?) provides joyous ...
Fallout: New Vegas - Old World Blues
This addon is worth getting for its out-of-this-world puns and jokes, in a unique manner that you won't soon forget!
Old World Blues is situated at an abandoned crater called Big MT, that looks like Mars and houses strange science facilities for good 'ol exploration, and its interactable inhabitants are curiously od...
Fallout: New Vegas - Honest Hearts
More hills to climb, heads to snipe and unique loot to collect :)
Honest Hearts features a generally low tech environment dominated by canyons, rivers and caves. You would expect a lot of wild creatures and tribals, but the strange thing is these tribals pack state-...
Fallout: New Vegas - Dead Money
Interesting backstory, nice getaway from main campaign, but dull combat and environment.
The first add-on provides some relief from the main quest in the original game, and also to add spice to the gameplay, you are stripped of all the good gear and weapons you've been hoarding in your in...
A comparable game to the God of War series, with some innovations in puzzle-solving and unlockables!
Once you play Darksiders for an hour, you naturally have to compare it to God of War, with its similar combat moves, level of violence (yanking off wings from angels) and puzzle-solving techniques. So...
Call of Duty 2
Again, an impressive WWII shooter with a hint of Brothers-in-Arms.
Call of Duty 2 plays very well, kudos to strict quality assurance from the developers, with tight combat and varied challenges that are always engaging, despite the overused WWII FPS theme. For those ...
Unreal Tournament III
It's Counter-Strike in space!
The closest thing I've played something like Unreal Tournament is the 2000 version of Counter-Strike, so UT3 presents a lot of wow factors in my point of view. Counter-Strike simulates a real-world co...
Still scary, still freaky and satisfying as usual!
Bioshock 2 is fantastic, and though it offers more or less of the same experience in the first game, it still manages to grab my full attention to its story, atmosphere and gameplay yet again, deprivi...
Old school and punishing!
Nox is like an eccentric grandfather, a nostalgic game reminiscent of the first Diablo but behaves like an old fart. Why? The story is quirky, the humor is outlandish and the gameplay is unforgiving. ...
Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3
Nice gameplay revamp of a classic with a lot of cheesiness.
The original Red Alert is well-liked for its wacky WWII time-screw plot coupled with cheesy acting and cool CG cinematics, this time with a good amount of sleaziness, featuring half a dozen hotties in...
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II
More engaging combat and squad strategies than the original, and did away with building and resources.
Now that your squads come with hero characters that can level up, it feels like Warcraft DOTA, just that you are controlling 4 heroes at a time! Anybody who loves a bit of RPG elements will love this ...
Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened
Interesting puzzles and innovative solutions, though tedious somehow, even for a Sherlock Holmes fan.
No offense to Sherlock Holmes fans but, I have to compare it with the few games of the genre that I've played. As a pure adventure game, Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened offers less imagination than The ...
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
WARNING! I spent almost 200 hours on this.
In the first 20 minutes, I was wowed by the stylized graphics and cinematic soundtrack, and then the next 2 hours intrigued by the engaging environment, NPCs and their quests. The next 20 hours I stil...
Neverwinter Nights 2: Storm of Zehir
May not appeal to all, but nice overhaul if you like Final Fantasy style exploring.
Storm of Zehir did something really radical here by taking a deeply-rooted series formula and adding an element that's familiar in other games, the overmap. Personally, I love the FF7 exploring featur...
Neverwinter Nights 2: Mysteries of Westgate
Try this short adventure if you can't get enough of the NWN series!
If you can look past some of the production flaws such as missing voiceovers, Mysteries of Westgate, a.k.a MoW, provides an interesting adventure with a little suspense surrounding a mask (somewhat sm...
Neverwinter Nights 2: Mask of The Betrayer
Nice epic-level gameplay, but a little stressful with time management.
This expansion offers a well-built arena for epic levels, although a bit linear, it focuses on more advanced puzzles and tougher enemies without the all-out battle scale of Hordes of the Underdark. Du...
Neverwinter Nights 2
Stays true to the original NWN game mechanics, with a new array of prestige classes!
As in the first game, one of the best things about Neverwinter Nights 2 is the leveling system and prestige classes, and a chance to try out the Weapon Master! Quests are abundant and frequently overl...
Scary, freaky and satisfying!
Even though I know this game had a dark premise from the outlook, but boy, as you descend into the sick world of Rapture and uncover the intriguing plot, you know you have found another masterpiece. A...
The Orange Box
Few sequels are good, Half-Life 2 Episode 2 is fantastic!
Despite how seamless the plot goes, Gordon Freeman seems to always have to start from zero with every new episode. Ep2 starts off somewhat like Ep1, with the Gravity Gun, some puzzles, then works your...
A potential gem that falls short due to unbearable repetition and incomplete features.
It's a real shame that the developers rushed its incomplete delivery and then later abandoned it totally, because the cinematic trailer was so awesome it hung our hopes high. A lot of fans had been fa...
Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath
This expansion feels a little something like Warhammer 40k: Soulstorm.
With tons of new units, the split factions and the inclusion of an experimental Global Conquest, Kane's Wrath packs a lot of punch for an expansion actually, but I feel it's trying too hard to be some...
Jade Empire: Special Edition (PC GAMER)
A fine RPG with an Oriental twist, memorable characters and cheesy, fun dialogue.
Jade Empire may not be a classic masterpiece like Neverwinter Nights or Dragon Age, but it's a still a solid piece of work from Bioware. The main story may not be totally original, but it offers some ...
Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight
This shouldn't be the way to end C&C.
Most C&C fans are criticising this latest and probably the last of the series and it does deserve to be reprimanded for being a somewhat sloppy and lacklustre finale to a critically acclaimed and awar...
The 3rd Birthday
A hard-as-nails but still quite a satisfying experience.
Not wanting to be a wimp, and neither feeling cocky, I chose Normal difficulty. In the end, it's still f***ing hard, even at the first few stages. What the f***? Don't get me wrong, I love the Parasit...
It's like a bigger Deus Ex, with a bit of Halo and Star Wars: KoTOR. A masterpiece.
At first glance, I'm already intrigued by the character creation and then the inspiring Hollywood intro, of course with the complement of a fantastic score. After which, as the game progressed on, the...
Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords
A Puzzle game RPG style, or you can say... an RPG game Puzzle style! What?!
This is one of the most innovative cross-genre games that I've played, and it's addictive. If you've played Bejeweled before, the 3-of-a-kind puzzle battles would pose no problems to you. Even if not,...
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl
If you're a Fallout fan or a F.E.A.R fan, or both, this game is your keeper.
Combined with the the exploration cum loot system of Fallout 3, even before the release of the latter, and the A.I. of F.E.A.R alike shooters, Stalker: Shadow of Chernobyl is a winner for FPS gamers w...
Tomb Raider: Anniversary
You need good reflexes and a lot of patience with the cranky camera.
This is my first Tomb Raider game and now I know the X-factor of the series other than the mistress herself. I enjoyed the Prince of Persia series and now I understand where it's inspired from. Even t...
Senjou No Valkyria 2: Gallia Ouritsu Shikan Gakkou
Despite spending 200 hours on this game already, I still kept going.
Since C&C Red Alert and Diablo 2, the most unlikely game to garner more than 200 hours of my life would be Valkyria Chronicles II. Boy am I charmed by this masterpiece! Since a turn-based strategy fan...
SoulCalibur: Broken Destiny
Campaign is alright as long as the repetition doesn't bore you yet, but character customization is real fun.
Soul Calibur's fencing style gameplay doesn't really fancy me but the campaign makes it quite engaging even though the repetition may be a bit overbearing. The appearance of Kratos from God of War is ...
Age of Zombies
Stupid dialogue and mindless gameplay. Perfect for the zombie theme!
After a hard day's work or studies, blast this game through your favorite headphones and indulge in the dumba** dialogue sequences and punky soundtrack while shooting ridiculous hordes of slow to fast...