Total of 15 user reviews spread across 15 releases
Max Payne 3
While this is a good time, do not expect the same glory from days past!
I loved the first two Max Payne games, and had this one set for pre-order long before its release. While I am not going to tell you that this game is not fun, or that the combat is not familiar and v...
XCOM: Enemy Unknown
An excellent re-imagining of a classic in the genre!
Well let me first say that I did not spend the amount of time on the original as I am sure many fans of this genre have, but this game certainly grabbed me from the beginning and made me understand wh...
Mass Effect 2
A sizable let-down from the original masterpiece...
First, let me begin by saying that the first Mass Effect is quite easily one of my favorite RPGs of all-time...that perfect blend of engaging storyline, RPG elements, and combat depth brought about a ...
Black College Football Experience: The Doug Williams Edition
Pretend this thing does not exist...you would be better off!
So you take a game that is immensly terrible, and make a sequel. This idea has never worked before, and this one is certainly no exception! While there are certainly some things in common between th...
For this genre, you would be hard pressed to find a better game!
This game is deserving of any and all accolades that it has already received. The visuals are simply stunning, and really go a long way in making the game feel much more than the 2-D side-scrolling g...
Black College Football Experience (Legendary Edition)
Take NCAA, strip away everything worth anything, and you have this trash.
Ah, where to begin? Trying to point out the various ways in which this game sucks would be an effort in futility. I will keep this one short and sweet, as spending too much time writing this review ...
Excellent finish to an excellent trilogy!
What else is there to say about this long-awaited finish to what has become one of the most sought-after franchises this side of console gaming? As far as FPS games are concerned, this game certainly...
Prince of Persia Classic
The way that any remastered game should be done!
It should be known that this review is coming from someone who truly enjoyed the original game in all of its glory, especially the extended version that was released on SNES some years later. The Pri...
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas
A must-have for FPS lovers!
Sometimes, you want to play a FPS that has a more arcade-ish style to it...one where the "run & gun" strategy is the mainstay. Then, sometimes you want that FPS that brings realism and serious strate...
Evidence that being free is not necessarily a good enough reason to download a game.
So I have lately been thumbing through the X-Box Live Arcade section to see what games are available, check out some trial games to see if the $5-$10 is worthy for the game, and so on and so forth. I...
Final Fantasy Tactics: Shishi Sensou
Some faults in the port are not enough to drown this all-time classic with new additions!
I am of the group of people that would place the original Final Fantasy Tactics on the pedestal of being one of the greatest Turn-Based Strategies of all time (I hope I got that genre name right). I ...
Sega Genesis Collection
Quaint little collection.
If you are perusing the shelves of your local GameStop, or EB, and you are looking for a decent used purchase for you PSP, then this is certainly a great buy. As a "greatest hits" for the S...
Heroes of Might and Magic V (Limited Edition DVD)
For those of you whom are fans of this series, this is a must buy! The graphics are simply beautiful, while the game itself has only gotten better. There are now far more creatures to fight, create,...
Metal Slug Anthology
A perfect homage to the days of Contra and side-scrolling shooters alike!
For those that do not know, the Metal Slug series was a great series in the arcades, and just as well on home consoles. The only problem is that in the arcades, you would end up spending your life sa...
Dungeons & Dragons Tactics
Only for die-hard battlefield strategy gamers!
Fantasy Turn-Based Strategy games have long been a favorite genre of mine (ever since the days of Shining Force 1 & 2 on Sega Genesis). Naturally, for those of us who enjoy these types of games, ...