Total of 5 user reviews spread across 5 releases
It's Torchlight, only with the number "2" at the end. Boring, and mostly EMPTY.
Torchlight 2 is the exact same game, only bigger. Lots of loot, lots of monsters, but it feels empty, like you're the only human in the world. Even the friendly NPCs greet you with "hello human". Sto...
SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny
Much better than expected.
I'll start vice-versa, and begin with a conclusion: if you enjoyed the previous Spellforce games, you'll enjoy this one. Now for the review: Considering the delays, cancellations and all the troubl...
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
The game is ambitious. Perhaps too ambitious from certain perspective.
The Witcher 2 continues the first game's story, and while it's not mandatory to play The Witcher, it is quite recommendable. Not only to be informed story-wise, but also because the first game was qui...
A hidden gem.
If it was developed by Bioware or Bethesda and released as it is, i'd probably give it a 7/10. I'm a few bonus point to the unfamiliar developer for the attempt to do a great RPG game, an attempt that...
Need for Speed: Shift
If Lamborghini only knew how bad their car handles...
Where should i start? The difficulty is impossible, the handling is abysmal. The sands around the tracks are actually quick sand, and if you're sucked in, reset the race. The grass is actually a "d...