Total of 6 user reviews spread across 6 releases
Gears of War
Gears of War packs an excellent presentation; however, it's solo-campaign could use some finishing touches.
Gears puts you in the role of Marcus Fenix, a soldier battling the Locusts, a race of hideous, intelligent, and down right nasty insect humanoids who wish to take over the planet. Right off the bat, t...
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
There is no doubt in my mind that Oblivon will go down in history as the most massive, free-roaming game to grace us.
This game was reviewed on-- AMD-64 Athlon Processor 3500+-2.2GHZ Nvidia GeForce 7800GT 256MB 1GB Corsair-Value Ram To begin with, i'd like to state that Oblivion is without a doubt the most hard...
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (Mega Hits!)
A superb experience on every level, the fourth entry in the Metal Gear series is one you surely must not miss.
There has always been a reason that gamers game. Whether it be the nostalgia of reliving your childhood, or fragging your online enemies mercilessly, reason has always been the life-line for gaming. T...
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil
In the early days of the Nintendo 64, Turok 2 played excellent homage to shooter classics such as Doom and Quake.
Turok 2 is one of the finest examples of first person gaming anyone can ever hope to find, married with great gameplay, diverse enemies, and an incredibly vast environment, this is everything of an ex...
At first glance, Fable seems to give off an endless amount of freedom. Unfortunately, this isn't the case.
Peter Monyleux boldy stated that Fable would be the 'greatest' RPG ever. Ever, is a big word though, a very big word. To begin with, Fable isn't the worst RPG you'll ever play, since there are moments...
God of War (Greatest Hits)
God of War incorporates so many new, innovative ideas into one game world that it's absolutely mind-boggling.
God of War is the product of David Jaffe, creator of the Twisted Metal series. It is clear that Jaffe is a man full of creativety, not to mention dedication. It is all a matter of his ideas coming tog...