Total of 26 user reviews spread across 26 releases
The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition
This light and humorous adventure is definitely one worth trying out. A review by a newcomer to the series.
I am one of those people who never really got into gaming quickly enough to catch all of those old classics and experience the time during the 80's and 90's when the adventure genre was at its peak. A...
Another great entry in the Shin Megami Tensei franchise and a good improvement on the formula of its predecessor.
You seriously can't call yourself a JRPG fanatic if you've never heard of Atlus. Just two years ago, they unleashed Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 unto the unexpected gaming market. While Atlus did hav...
Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
A much more difficult, polished, and mixed example of a sequel
Nintendo's Metroid series has already been running for a very long time. Having its origins on the NES, the series has certainly come a long way from its simple but unique format to the extremely well...
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All
Justice for All brings back the Ace Attorney formula with stories and writing that are better than ever.
The game Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney came as a bit of a surprise. Not only was it a part of the visual novel adventure genre, a genre which hardly ever receives any attention from the mainstream game...
Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines
One of the most immersive and interesting vampire-centric RPGS ever made that (sadly) suffers from technical problems
What is the Vampire: The Masquerade universe? I'm not really quite sure myself. All I know is that it's a discontinued pen and paper role-playing game that involves vampires. I'm not even a big fan of...
God of War (Greatest Hits)
God of War is a solid and highly polished action game that suffers from some poor and noticeable game design choices.
With a story now spanning three main games (and one portable title), the massive critical acclaim, and unending positive audience feedback, it's quite a wonder that I haven't picked up the first game ...
The House of the Dead: Overkill
This game is pretty much just a short and easy dose of fun
The House of the Dead series has quite a history. Many of us have played The House of the Dead and its sequels many times in the arcade during our younger years. It had a simple concept where you had ...
Hotel Dusk: Room 215
A worthy, interesting, but forgettable DS adventure.
The small and relatively unknown developer Cing made its first appearance in North America back in 2005. They were the ones responsible for Trace Memory, an interesting and, in my eyes, underrated adv...
Persona 2: Tsumi (Innocent Sin)
Any JRPG fan owes it to themselves to experience this game's amazing storytelling and character development
Back in the late 90's, a small and unknown developer (well, except in Japan) known as Atlus made its debut in North America by publishing some really out-of-the-way games that people barely even heard...
Metroid Prime is simply one of the best 2D to 3D transitions I've ever played.
Back when the video game industry was a lot smaller than it is today, a game known as Metroid was released on the NES in North America. The fans of the video game industry at that time simply knew t...
Castlevania: Akatsuki no Minuet
Aria of Sorrow fixes all the problems that its predecessors had and ends up being one of the best in the series.
The first two Castlevania games for the Gameboy Advance were really well done but still had a number of nagging problems. Circle of the Moon did a great job on proving that the RPG/Action Platformer s...
Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin
It is almost as if the developing team got lazy and decided to give up on the game towards the end
The Castlevania series has certainly found a home on portable game systems. All the way from the original Gameboy to the Playstation Portable, Castlevania games have been released on handhelds with qu...
Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance
Harmony of Dissonance doesn't offer much in terms of innovation but it's still an enjoyable, refined, and fun game
The first Gameboy Advance entry in the Castlevania series "Circle of the Moon" did very well in proving that the new "RPG/Action Platformer" hybrid could work well on handhelds just as well as it did ...
"Will you resist the call of the siren?"<br /> You have no idea how much I want to.
I must admit that when I first decided to get Siren, I was quite excited. It was a survival horror game which had people who worked on Silent Hill on the development team. I admit that despite all the...
Gyakuten Saiban 4
While it is the weakest entry in the series so far, it is still a great game.
The adventure genre today has certainly become a lot smaller than what it once was. The genre which was once populated with games like Grim Fandango and The Secret of Monkey Island rarely has any of t...
Beyond Good & Evil
Although it was a bit disappointing, Beyond Good & Evil is still a downright enjoyable game
At times, some ideas simply get old and cliched. The sci-fi genre and action adventure games have, during certain times in history, suffered from this problem. During these times, people instead look ...
Gyakuten Saiban: Yomigaeru Gyakuten (Limited Edition)
A fun, enjoyable, and quirky courtroom adventure
The Nintendo DS has been acclaimed ever since its release for bringing new life to the adventure genre. While adventure games have been waning in the past few years, especially on the consoles and the...
No More Heroes
No More Heroes may not appeal to everyone, but it's a game that's full of action and delivers a lot of fun.
Lately, the Wii hasn't exactly been on the good side of many long-time gamers. Nintendo continues to churn out stuff like Wii Music, Wii Play, and other Wii (insert name here) games that many uninform...
Dreamfall: The Longest Journey
It may have a great story but the many unnecessary gameplay elements bring its quality down
The Longest Journey (a PC adventure game released back in 2000) was, and still is, considered one of the best adventure games of all time and that is something I simply cannot disagree with. The game ...
Zero: Shisei no Koe
Fatal Frame III: The Tormented stands well on its own in the horror genre thanks to its genuinely creepy atmosphere
The survival horror genre has always been unique but well loved by its fans. Just the simple thought of being scared like one would be when watching a horror movie but actually having to control a cha...
Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2
This game improves upon its predecessor in many ways
The Trauma Center series has been one of the more unique series as of recently. Atlus took advantage of the DS' unique interface and made use of it to create a game where you played as a surgeon. This...
Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne
While it isn't for everyone, this game is the perfect example of a top quality JRPG
The Shin Megami Tensei series (also known as "MegaTen" by its fans) developed by Atlus is extremely popular in Japan. However, not many of the games were released in North America as they contain many...
Persona 3: Fes
A different approach to the JRPG genre that is executed extremely well
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 was released on the PS2 on April 22, 2008 in North America. The Shin Megami Tensei series has not really had much success in North America as most people buy the games th...
While Golden Sun may not bring anything new to the genre, it's still a perfect example of a superbly refined RPG
The Gameboy Advance is chock full of Role-Playing Games. The Final Fantasy Advance series and Breath of Fire I and II are just a few examples of the GBA's wide array of RPGs. However, as you may have ...
Despite being a niche game that won't appeal to everyone, Endless Ocean does what it's supposed to do really well.
Every once in a while, a game comes along that tries something completely new. The gaming market is full of action games, RPGs, and other genres like licensed sports games but certain games out there ...
The Longest Journey
Never have I played an adventure game that is done as well as The Longest Journey
The Longest Journey has got to be one of the best adventure games of its genre that I ever played. There, I said it. Rarely do I ever give a game the pleasure of being called "one of the best of its k...