Total of 25 user reviews spread across 25 releases
Suffering from an identity crysis.
Crysis 2 is a confused game because I'm not sure it knows what type of game it ultimately wants to be. It plays like a FPS, but it succeeds more when it's played as a stealth game à la Metal Gear Soli...
Dead Space 2
Now with 100% More Necromorphs!
I thoroughly enjoyed the first Dead Space. Guiding the unassuming hero, Issac Clarke, through his travails aboard the derelict, planet-cracking spaceship, the U.S.G. Ishimura, was both an intriguing a...
Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Patience is a virtue in the world of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Deus Ex is one of those rare games that can either be as deep or as shallow as you want. It all depends on how you decide to approach its subject matter and how invested you choose to become in its ma...
Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception
Naughty Dog once again delivers another triumphant adventure for PS3 owners.
If you played the previous two games then you kind of have an idea of what to expect. If you haven't, you can still jump into this game and enjoy it. You'll be lost when it comes to some of the charac...
X-Men Origins: Wolverine (Uncaged Edition)
What do you get when you combine a badass, licensed character in a totally average action game? I'll give you one guess.
When I play X-Men Origins: Wolverine I can't but help feel that it could have been so much more than what the finished product turned out to be. While Origins is not necessarily a bad game, per se, it...
Uncharted: Drake's Fortune
Naughty Dog has raised the bar for all future action-adventure games. The only bad thing about the game is it has to end
To say Uncharted: Drake's Fortune is a great game is a massive understatement. Naughty Dog has done a phenomenal job of crafting an irresistibly fun game by weaving an intriguing tale of suspense, dar...
A refreshing story paired with excellent pacing and a haunting setting make Dead Space a must-play.
Dead Space is a superb new entry in the survival-horror genre that never stops creating a very palpable, tension filled atmosphere through each of its twelve chapters. Combining the peril of the unkno...
Assassin's Creed is a superb new IP that unfortunately gets mired down with too many repetitive game play elements
Assassin's Creed is a bold adventure that spans back to the time of the Crusades. You play dual characters throughout the game: The first being Desmond who is kidnapped by a mysterious corporation and...
Resident Evil 5 (Collector's Edition)
Mostly abandoning its horror traditions, RE5 attempts to switch up its game play in favor of teamwork and broad daylight
Resident Evil 5 is a radical departure from any previous games you may have played in the franchise's history. Capcom incorporated a few new game play mechanics this time around; chief among them is a...
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Fatal Conspiracy
Point-and-click-fest; horribly rendered cut-scenes; equally horrible voice actors; the antithesis of "fun."
DISCLAIMER: I determined the score for this game based off of how GameSpot defines their numerical rating system. This score is not indicative of my experience playing the game which is outlined in th...
DreamWorks Kung Fu Panda 2
Under no circumstance should any real gamer bother playing this title -- unless you're trophy hunting.
I'll be honest, the only reason I played this game (let alone have a review for it) was for what I thought was going to be an "easy" platinum. Be that as it may, "easy" turned in to four separate play...
Saints Row: The Third
THQ almost tries too hard by delivering lots of cool moments, but nothing worth revisiting after the credits roll.
After playing through this game twice I can safely say I saw everything Saint's Row: The Third had to offer. While SR3 isn't a bad game, per se, compared to Saint's Row 2 this one was lacking. It's a ...
The precedent to which all future first person shooter games should strive to emulate.
BioShock is one of those rare games that you don't play as much as you experience. The underwater dystopia that 2K Games has created is one of the most intriguing and atmospheric worlds ever created i...
Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
It might not be 'perfect' but it is the closest and best example of what a talented developer can deliver to that word.
It is not often a sequel out performs the original source material. Certainly there are exceptions in other viable mediums such as film: "The Godfather Pt. II," "Aliens," "Terminator 2," "The Dark Kni...
Gears of War
Gears of War ends up being one of the most intense, visceral, action-packed games of this year.
Emergence Day. The day when the Locust Horde gathered under every major city and launched a surprise attack against humanity. Once disregarded as fictional boogeymen by the society now decimated, the ...
It's not perfect, but Futurama manages to treat hardcore fans of the show to a decent first video game outing.
“Bite my shiny metal ass!” If Bender’s invitation doesn’t sound appealing you can always take control of him and start the wisecracking yourself. Welcome to Futurama, the game that let's you take cont...
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
If you grew up with the Turtles and a fan, this will bring back nostalgia. For everyone else there's not much appeal.
If you’re anything like me the moment you heard that there was a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game in the works your geek meter should have been shooting through the roof. It’s been nearly over a ...
MotoGP: Ultimate Racing Technology 2
For its time MGP2 was the best in its class.
"Speed kills," or so the saying goes, but once you find yourself on that track speeding insanely down a rain soaked straightaway at 190mph you'll hardly give it a second thought except that ...
Legacy of Kain: Blood Omen 2
Despite its repetitiveness, BO2 is a decent vampire game that continues the mythology of the Soul Reaver games.
If you are looking for a game that has you living out your fantasy of running around during the night sucking blood from hapless victims and battling your undead brethen, then Blood Omen 2 is your gam...
The Simpsons: Hit & Run
GTAIII meets Springfield. No hookers were harmed in the writing of this review, but they still owe me my money!
Vivendi’s and Radical’s title The Simpsons: Hit & Run (H&R) is a blast to play. Finally a developer has done justice with the Simpson's franchise. Past attempts at developing Simpsons games have been ...
Now this is how you make a violent game.
If you like over the top violence, or if you just enjoy killing people in sadistic ways then THQ’s and Volition’s The Punisher is the game for you. There are only two settings for the gore level in th...
Age of Empires
Microsoft's first foray into the RTS genre is a noble effort. There are no Trojans hiding in this package.
When I review a game as old as this now I will review it and score it appropriately as when I first played it. I will not score this game according to the standards of today, rather, I will score it a...
It doesn't break any new ground for the FPS genre, but it is a solid shooter that offers a relatively fun experience.
Add one part traditional FPS gameplay and one part inspiration from Japanese horror movies and you get "F.E.A.R." Don't buy this game thinking you will have a revolutionary experience or it will chang...
Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade
It's enough to satisfy your RPG button mashing, hack 'n' slash cravings for now.
So you've been wanting a simple hack 'n' slash game to get you by while you wait for that "other" killer app RPG you've been hearing about the last few months to come out? "Untold Legends: Brotherhood...
The PSP version manages to retain all of the great attributes present from its console counter-parts.
Criterion Games did a magnificent job translating its flagship series "Burnout" on to the PSP. The handheld version manages to replicate seemingly with ease the same thrilling sensation you get from p...