Total of 18 user reviews spread across 18 releases
Half-Life 2 is not the greatest game ever made. It is, however, worth playing if you're a fan of the FPS.
Half-Life 2 is considered by many people to be the greatest PC game - read "PC game", not "PC FPS" - ever released. After giving it two play-throughs I can easily say it is certainly not the product ...
Not only is DOOM the grandaddy of the FPS, it is also one of the best, most intense games in the genre it pioneered.
Though Wolfenstein 3D was technically the first first-person shooter to come to markets, there is no question that Doom was the game that made the FPS genre what it is today. But even today, in the l...
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
Guitar Hero III has its quirks, but also its perks. In the end, it's as addictive as previous Guitar Hero entries.
When I started playing Guitar Hero II, I almost fell in love with it. It was very difficult to get all the achievements (I still have six songs left to 5* on Expert), and was very satisfying in the e...
Loom is a simple, satisfying game with an intriguing story, but it doesn't have enough length to keep you hooked.
In 1990, LucasArts released Loom, a simple, short adventure game. I first played this in 1996 when I was 4 years old. Back them I could only get up to a certain point before I quit. I come back to ...
Yaris starts out as a waste of time, then slowly becomes a more painful waste of time as the clock ticks on.
Yaris is a simple advergame for Toyota's Yaris that's available for free on Xbox Live. I downloaded it for free achievement points and nothing more. What you get here is a bland racer/shooter that w...
Guitar Hero II (Game only)
Guitar Hero II is an amazing experience that sucks you in and refuses to let go.
Harmonix's Guitar Hero originated on the PS2 back in 2005/2006 and quickly gained attention, critical praise, and mention as one of the best games ever. Just one year later, Harmonix followed up with...
When compared to its predecessor, Descent 2 has more improvements than shortcomings.
When Descent came out for the PC in 1995, it wasn't bought off the shelves instantly, but it was well-received by critics and created a small but strong fanbase. Just one year later, Interplay follow...
Descent is a topnotch FPS which should not be missed.
Back in 1995, Descent was the game that spawned the genre of Six Degrees of Freedom games, games that enabled the user to fly on all three axis rather than planting the user on the ground, forcing the...
Dancing Stage Universe
The DDR series may be old, but DDR Universe is still just as fun and challenging as the previous games.
Dance Dance Revolution, as old as it is, is not only an arcade classic, it's almost an integration into popular culture. And it's easy to see why; DDR was the first exertainment game to come out and ...
Heroes has interesting gameplay mechanics and offers some thrilling moments, but level design is rather poor.
Sonic Heroes came out a long time ago (2004) and was the first Sonic game to be released on all three sixth generation systems. Which says a lot. In Sonic Heroes, you play as one of four different...
Gears of War
It's like playing through a really badass action movie.
Gears of War is the flagship title for the Xbox 360. And it's easy to see why. It looks great. It sounds great. And it plays even better. I'd have to agree with Jeff's review with respect to th...
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 8: Hametsu no Daijashin
Never have I put down a Yu-Gi-Oh game involving cards. Until now.
One thing I will make clear about Reshef is that it is basically a rehash of Sacred Cards, which I thought was a fun little adventure to breeze through. But Sacred Cards was pretty fun. This isn't. ...
LEGO Stunt Rally
It's fun to build new tracks in Lego Stunt Rally, but the racing aspect of the game is extremely frustrating and buggy.
The good: Fun to build new tracks; music is decent. The bad: Terrible racing portion, including terrible controls, graphics clipping, randomly difficult AI, and few customization offerings. Lego...
Descent: Freespace - Silent Threat
There isn't much new content other than a lot of fairly decent missions.
FreeSpace: Silent Threat doesn't really do much to add to FreeSpace other than give up a bunch of new missions, along with an okay singleplayer campaign. The Silent Threat campaign is a very diffic...
Descent: Freespace - The Great War
Simply a beautiful and seriously overlooked game.
Descent: FreeSpace is certainly one of the best games I've ever played. It has an excellent story, superb space combat, and very well-designed ships. Gameplay: Exciting space-combat is delivered v...
Despite some ugly graphics, it's an absolute blast to play through over and over again.
Fury3 is the kind of flight shooter you want to play over and over again. Blasting through countless enemies on different worlds has never felt so exhilarating and fun, and despite some ugly graphics...
Climb seven mountains. That's it.
Climb seven mountains. That's it. Right when I started playing, the screen was tilted at a 90' angle. This meant I had to go back to my desktop and fix the screen. Then I started playing the gam...
Yu-Gi-Oh! Destiny Board Traveler
"With some solid strategy and a little luck,..." sounds much better reversed.
Please note that this review requires knowledge about the actual game. What do I have to say about this game that is good? The linking maps feature was a good idea, but it was just so poorly execu...