Total of 21 user reviews spread across 21 releases
Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (Platinum)
Metal Gear Solid: Days of Our Lives.
Having played recently just went through the entire Metal Gear Solid series in the MGS Legacy collection, I finally got to sit down and play MGS4, what many would describe as a masterpiece. I was left...
Ninokuni: Shiroki Seihai no Joou
Unfortunately, the beautiful scenery, musical score, and character designs don't make up for glaring mechanical flaws.
I went in expecting a lot from Ni No Kuni. It was on my radar for many years since it was first announced as a DS title and later was remade for the PS3. I thought this game would be a contender for t...
Kid Icarus: Uprising
Kid Icarus Uprising's downfall is the controls which take a lot of the greatness out of this franchise's revival.
Kid Icarus: Uprising is a mixed bag. The controls are fairly bad, and although they become manageable in time, I never was able to master them during my 8 hour playthrough. I'm talking specifically ab...
Final Fantasy XIII
Final Fantasy XIII's ambitions are hampered by some poor development choices.
Final Fantasy XIII was probably one of the most looked forward games of the generation. The games high production values make it a beautiful and heartfelt experienced; however, some design choices lim...
Katamari Damacy Tribute
Although katamari is still fun & addicting, Forever takes levels from previous entries & adds little substance.
Katmari Forever is more of a collection of the best level from the previous Katmari games; the majority being from Beautiful Katmari. While the game can be fun and addicting, there is barely any innov...
Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
This isn't just a game; it's an experience.
Uncharted 2 is on terms with a Summer Block Buster. The graphics are vibrant, and the settings are beautiful. The soundtrack is amazing, and the voice acting is phenomenal. The story is thrilling, and...
Scribblenauts really is a fun game if you like to play for minutes at a time, but any longer and the novelty wears out.
I was very excited when I saw Scribblenauts in action. It's a very simple concept you write a word and that word appears on screen to help you with puzzles. The only problem is the puzzles are usually...
Machi e Ikouyo: Doubutsu no Mori
Animal Crossing City Folk is just as addictive as the last 2 games even if it's more of the same.
The Animal Crossing series first appeared on the Nintendo 64 as a Japan exclusive game back then it was known as Animal Forest. Since then we've seen the series come to the GamCube, visit the handhel...
Jump into a Viewtiful game with Joe!
Side-Scrollers are a dying breed on consoles but Viewtiful Joe tries reviving this genre on the Game cube, and it is surprisingly well done. Joe is an average movie buff out on a date with his girlfri...
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Rewind time in this cIassic adventure.
The Prince of Persia Sands of Time is a bold revision of an old game franchise, and this game becomes an instant classic as soon as you put it in the PS2. The game starts with the Prince (that's all h...
Zelda no Densetsu: Mugen no Sunadokei
Link is back, sailing the high seas, in the follow up to 2003's Wind Waker.
Zelda makes its debut on the DS, in the form of a sequel to the Game Cube game The Wind Waker. Phantom Hourglass as now set the bar with a perfect example from Nintendo on how games that incorporate t...
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (Limited Edition)
The Mariner is back, but this time he's in Legend of Zelda???
The land of Hyrule has been flooded and Gannon is back in the Legend of Zelda the Wind Waker. It's up to you to sail around the vast ocean, go through dungeons, slays monsters, and save the islands th...
Byeol ui Kieby: Dauphin Ildang ui Seupgyeok
Another game staring the adorable swallowing pink marshmellow
In Squeak Squad Kirby will be chasing a gang of mice, who have stolen his precious cake. The game ends up being a very simplistic platformer; parents looking for a game for little kids look no furt...
Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis
Great now theres a whole army of little plumbers.
Mario and his old girlfriend Pauline are at there grand opening of marios new theme park Super Mini-Mario world. The idea was brought into life by Mario's toy line of mini Mario's, Donkey Kong's, Toad...
God of War (Greatest Hits)
Kratos slashes is way onto the PS2 in his first game in the series, and It is Fantasitc!
God of Wars story kicks off with Kratos the main Character offing himself by jumping off the highest mountain. Luckily the narrator tells the story of why he's decided to commit suicide. Apparently Kr...
Super Mario Sunshine
Mario's the Water boy.
In this adventure Mario is suppose to be enjoying his vacation on a beautiful tropical island instead, he is framed, made to do community service, and that broad gets kid-napped again! The game sta...
Pocket Monsters Pearl
Im always going to buy the pokemon games but they are decreasing in value somewhat.
Alright well the next Pokemon game is out and its for the ds! I was pretty excited when I got it but as the game progressed my excitement dwindled and dwindled. The game is like all other pokemon g...
Ratchet & Clank 2: Locked and Loaded
This time the Lombax isnt wearing underwear.
Going Commando is the second game in the Ratchet and clank series, and it expands the series by adding new feature which amke the series that much better. The game is a platformer but with shooting...
Shadow of the Colossus
climbing a mountain as never been harder. but the breath taking scenery you get makes it worth it.
Shadow of the Colossus is a very breath taking game, from taking in the scenery or taking down huge mountain like beasts. This probably is the most atmospheric game for the PS2, and is also a prequel ...
Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition
Dante is back and this time hes facing more demons then ever!
Devil May Cry 3 revamps the series, by going backwards instead of forwards. Now this is actually a good thing because when i mean backwards i mean it takes place before Devil May Cry and Devil May Cry...