Total of 19 user reviews spread across 19 releases
One year to make the game, and three years to figure out how to get Blizz fans to pay US$ for imaginary gear.
First off, I like that it is a true sequel. Over the last few years, I've seen a lot of non-sequels, games that enjoyed the benefits of sharing a title with earlier successful games without actually f...
L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition
A Rockstar product that reinvents the adventure game genre, marred by a pitiful attempt at console conversion.
I really wish I could delve more into the game's content before reviewing it. I listened to my friends go on and on about how great L.A. Noire was on PS3, and I convinced myself that it would be wort...
Red Faction: Armageddon
Volition attempts to revitalize this luke-warm franchise in all the wrong ways.
Red Faction has a special place in my heart. It was one of the first shooters I ever played, and the successful implimentation of destroyable environments was a gaming milestone that is constantly un...
Imagine if Fallout 3 and Borderlands had a lovechild... a unsightly, club-footed, horribly mutated lovechild.
One thing they got right was the title, because RAGE is what you'll feel after sinking $60 into this overly-hyped abomination. I'd like to take this moment to say goodbye to all the sell-outs at G4 w...
A visually-stunning sequel that excites and inspires shooter fanatics, but doesn't bring anything new to the table.
Seriously, download the DX 11 enhancements and take a look around. The environments are beautiful, and the character models are very good, too. The AI functions reasonably well, but not intelligentl...
Despite the low score, I sincerely hope to see a sequel. Thorton brings more Bond than any Bond title on the market.
I anxiously awaited Alpha Protocol, but I was thankful for second thoughts that I didn't preorder. AP is a disasterous product from Obsidian, who's given us brilliant titles like Fallout 3 and SWTOR ...
Tomb Raider: Underworld
This chapter in Lara Croft's adventurous life belongs in a tomb.
Ran into a game-breaker in Underworld's Thailand stage. Lara needs to pull two pins out of the rope elevator's mechanisms to allow the ropes to move. The pin on the right side is a removable rod simil...
Intelligent level designs and a class structure that encourages teamwork are all benchmarks of FPS greatness, but...
I really like this game. Set aside my personal affinity for dystopian settings... Brink starts with a lot of the concepts typical of FPS deathmatch games and starts building towards progress w...
Portal is pure Valve goodness, but hardly worthy of its Half-Life legacy.
You've seen Black Mesa. You've worn an environment suit. You know how cool quantum theory really is. So when Valve says they're going to give you more adventure, epic expectations are not entirely ...
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
Somewhere under all those bugs and poor level designs, there's a epic adventure waiting to be discovered.
The Good: Ubisoft takes us back to rennaisance Italy with beautiful landscapes, immersive voice acting, convincing character models and textures, then breathes life into a story with returned c...
I hope you like the box it came in, because there's very little inside.
As an avid gamer, I learned some time ago to avoid buying games that are not reviewed, and especially those games that embargo media reviews prior to release. In this case, I spent with my hear...
Assassin's Creed II
All the makings of an epic adventure, brought low by poor console-to-PC transition and desperate DRM measures.
You don't need to read on about the beautiful environments or the great voice acting or a convincing and well-written story of revenge... You've already heard it all in a dozen different reviews ...
DC Universe Online
The best looking, least enjoyable superhero MMO on the market.
Leave it to Sony Online Entertainment to phone it in on another great MMO concept. Granted, the appearance of DC Universe Online blows away most MMOs we've seen to-date. Metropolis is a gl...
Monday Night Combat
Fun, humorous and performs well, but not very deep, Monday Night Combat is a game that starts out fun and gets old fast.
This multiplayer shooter put a lot up front - the intro cinematics and voice talent are humorous and entertaining. Once in-game, everything works well. Players combine fps and turrent defense ...
APB (All Points Bulletin)
Like Icarus, this virtual Cops 'N Robbers reached so high and fell very short.
Update, 7/22/10: Earlier this week, RTW added a patch to APB that activated the Punkbuster anti-hax service. The lack of anti-hax protection and the resulting rampant cheating were a large part ...
Star Trek Online
Explore strange new worlds, seek our new civilizations... in a different game, because you won't find any of that here.
It could have been so great. Sadly, Cryptic (of Champions Online infamy) got the contract. This one-dimensional game coasts across the counter on pure label appeal as Cryptic seeks to cash in ...
Mercenaries 2: World in Flames
EA sells this glittered turd of a GTA clone as an improvement on the series's debut title. Prepare to be disappointed.
Firstly, I'll quickly blast EA for packaging and selling yet another game with a pitiful excuse for an instruction booklet. I get the feeling that there's so much more to this game that I don't...
The Matrix Online
Underestimated, underappreciated, underdeveloped and underachieving. This MMO just needs a little love.
In the plus column: It's sci-fi... Finally! No orcs, no elves, no magic... and no F'ing gnomes. The writing is really cool. There's no "real world" experience - when you log in, you choose which "har...
Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning
An MMO designed to defeat the Top Five List of things you hate about MMO's. Read my Week One review.
(Disclaimer - Anyone who thinks that my review sounds biased towards EA should take a moment to glance over my Mercs 2 review.) Five ways that WAR redefines MMOs: 1) I spent six h...