Total of 55 user reviews spread across 55 releases
Machi e Ikouyo: Doubutsu no Mori
'City Folk' is as addictive as you'd expect an Animal Crossing game to be, but about as shallow as its predecessors.
Animal Crossing: City Folk, the follow-up to 2005's "Wild World" for the Nintendo DS, serves as the kind of game everyone loves to play, to the point where you forget to return to reality. But that i...
Nintendo once again breaks the barriers between hardcore and casual.
When you first step on the Wii Balance Board, the feeling is simply indescribable. Your first thought will probably be, "WTF am I supposed to do?" (literally) But within mere seconds of you handling ...
Advance Wars: Days of Ruin
Days of Ruin is not only a great refinement of the popular franchise, but it's quite simply the best in the series.
The Advance Wars series has always been known for its unusual, almost repulsive lighthearted take on the brutality of war. In fact, that very aspect of the series is what has largely drawn in so many ...
Super Mario Galaxy
Prepare to enter worlds so imaginative you'll be likely to not want to leave.
Super Mario Galaxy is the kind of game people dream about, but the kind of game that almost never comes along. It's chock full of old school goodness, hardcore action, nostalgic rushes, and a fairyta...
Zelda no Densetsu: Mugen no Sunadokei
Phantom Hourglass is another timeless entry in the Zelda series that is sure to impress, both in design and fun factor.
The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, while appearing different on the outside, remains the engaging fantasy adventure we’d all come to expect from Nintendo’s timeless franchise. Last year we got o...
Metroid Prime is a revolutionary modern masterpiece that sets a high standard for all first person games.
Metroid Prime is, to say the least, a very intimidating game at first glance. You'll likely find it confusing, very difficult, and hard to adapt to. Once you do adapt to the game's layout however, t...
Mario Strikers Charged Football
Mario Strikers Charged is a pure fun arcade style soccer game that you are sure to get a lot of enjoyment out of!
Mario Strikers Charged is the sequel to the Gamecube soccer based Mario game. Like its predecessor, Charged is also a soccer game, but really only in concept. As you start out the game, you'll first...
Age of Empires III
Age of Empires III is a worthy and entertaining sequel to the preceding entries in the series.
Age of Empires III is the sequel to the award winning Age of Empires II, which is also for the PC. In fact, Age of Empires III is not unlike Age of Empires II in any aspect, really, only with a moder...
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories
Chain of Memories is an interesting and creative follow-up to the original Kingdom Hearts.
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, is designed to be a "Prologue" of sorts to Kingdom Hearts II. It features the same cast of characters, plus a few new ones, and adds in a unique card base...
Kingdom Hearts is an amazing new adventure that can be summed up in one simple word: Masterpiece.
Kingdom Hearts, a game created with both Final Fantasy and Disney worlds in mind, is unique, creative, and entertaining to boot. Gameplay: Well, in all honesty, the combat system certainly has room...
Lunar Legend is a quality RPG that maintains an interesting storyline and addictive gameplay.
Gameplay: The Lunar series is for sure one of those underrated franchises, Lunar Legend (also known as Lunar: The Silver Star) is a game that often gets overlooked by RPG fans. The game revolves main...
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Oblivion is a game 360 owners should not miss out on, whether you like RPG's or not!
Gameplay- In comparison to its predecessor Morrowind, the gameplay mechanics have greatly improved! While most first person RPG's fail in the gameplay dept., this one succeeds with a battle system...
Pocket Monsters Diamond
While the formula hasn't changed much, this is a more perfected game of the franchise with many intriguing new features.
Pokemon, a franchise that I never thought I would play again, has hooked me once again. That statement alone should tell you that this game is indeed the real thing. it has everything an RPG lover an...
SSX Blur is a must have for those who like extreme sports, and is a nice addition to the growing Wii library of games.
Gameplay: To be completely honest, I played this game having never played any of the previous SSX entries... which as it seems, is a better way to experience this game. If you have ever played a snow...
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All
Hands-down one of the most innovative and immersive games I have ever played.
Sure, the game may not look appealing at first sight.... I certainly didn't think so, and that is why I never really bought the first game. However with all of the hype surrounding the franchise, I d...
Seiken Densetsu DS: Children of Mana
If you like dungeon crawlers and hack-n-slash games, Children of Mana is for you. If you like RPG's, run away fast.
Gameplay: Children of Mana is definitely a very decieving game. The art looks great, the graphics look amazing, and from first sight it even looks like an adventurous game! You thought wrong! ...
Sonic and the Secret Rings
Secret Rings may be better than some previous Sonic catastrophes, but it still has its own share of problems.
Gameplay: Unlike previous 3D Sonic titles, this game is not controlled through a camera... instead it is viewed "on-rails". If you don't know what I mean by this, then imagine a game that ...
Diddy Kong Racing DS
Diddy Kong Racing DS is a decent racer for the Nintendo DS, but it has its share of shortcomings.
Gameplay: When most of us think about kart racing, we don't think about Diddy Kong Racing, which is why this game has always been a "hidden gem" of sorts. Sure, it definitely isn't a maste...
Yoshi's Island DS
Yoshi's Island DS is a unique take on the Mario platforming formula and is a successful sequel to the original game.
Gameplay: Yoshi's Island DS (Also known as Yoshi's Island 2) successfully takes what was so great about the original Yoshi's Island and at the same time uses some of the DS' unique features to improv...
Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin
Portrait of Ruin doesn't change much from the formula,but it perfects the presentation and gameplay over previous titles
Gameplay: Imagine Dawn of Sorrow's gameplay elements mixed with actual uses of the DS' capabilities and you have Portrait of Ruin. Sure, PoR sticks to the same old Castlevania formula, but as the sa...
Lost Planet: Extreme Condition
Lost Planet is a great mix of a third person shooter and action game that maintains an enjoyable experience throughout t
Lost Planet: Extreme Condition is definitely a top notch title from Capcom. It is certainly a great way to start off 2007 for the Xbox 360. Gameplay: To describe the basic gameplay mechanics of t...
Red Steel is a great demonstration of an FPS on Wii, but really it cannot hide the mediocrity of this game.
Gameplay: Red Steel is the first game in the first person shooter genre to release on Wii, and it also is probably one of the worst. The game starts you off in a brief tutorial, that also explains th...
Rayman Raving Rabbids
This is a Rayman game that we weren't expecting, although the new mini games work very well with this series.
Gameplay: Out of all the mini game games on Wii already, this is by far the best I have played so far. The only unfortunate thing is that there is so little to the game. There are tons of mini game...
Gears of War
Gears of War is one of the greatest shooters of all time, and surely is a game that Xbox 360 owners shouldn't be without
Gameplay: Gears of War borrows many elements from previous games, but also manages to bring a lot of new and somewhat original pieces of gameplay as well. You play as Marcus Pheonix, released from pr...
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Twilight Princess is a masterpiece in every sense of the word even though it has its own select few flaws.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is without a doubt one of the best things Nintendo has ever spit out of it's game making factory. Gameplay: While the game mechanics you will find here are p...
New Super Mario Bros.
New Super Mario Bros. brings back what we all loved about the series, and simply perfects it all in one great package!
For years on end fanboys and old school gamers have been pleaing for a great new (no pun intended) Super Mario Bros......well rest easy, for not only is this game great, but it meets the expectations ...
Real Time Conflict: Shogun Empires
This game puts its PC counterpart to absolute shame.
Gameplay: The sad part is, there really isn't any gameplay to this game. You command an army and then move around your troops in a "Risk" board game type manner. Once you commence combat,...
Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow
Between classic gameplay and an experience that will immediately hook you to the Castlevania series this game is amazing
Gameplay: Whether or not you have played a Castlevania game before doeesn't matter with this game, because chances are you will adapt very easily to the mechanics and presentation of this game. You p...
Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz
Banana Blitz is a great entry to the Super Monkey Ball series, but certain elements of the game feel tacked on.
Gameplay: Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz is a game that fans of the series will absolutely love, regardless of any issues. However, let it be known that the game does have issues, and many of them. ...
Sonic the Hedgehog
Brings back memories....
Sonic the Hedgehog was among the first games I ever played, and I am here to say that it still holds up quite well on Wii. Gameplay: This is the game that started it all. Well, it started a good ...
It may appear simplistic, but deep inside the game is a simply fun experience that makes this an awesome pack in.
Gameplay: I truly couldn't imagine a better pack in game... while the game may seem graphically underwhelming, the gameplay here is pure fun. There are five different games on this disc, Tennis, Bowl...
The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
While Nintendo may not have been involved in making this game, it still turned out to be yet another Zelda classic!
Gameplay: While there is no denying that certain parts of this game show that Nintendo wasn't involved in making this game, I still give great credit to the people who did. This game not only maintai...
Star Fox Command
While Command may be a lot different than its predecessors, it is still a great game that takes full advantage of the DS
Gameplay: Anyone familiar with the Starfox formula will recognize this. However, Command has taken a "Advance Wars meets Starfox" type of route. When you start your single player game, yo...
Fire Emblem: Souen no Kiseki
Path of Radiance sticks to the series roots while still offering a fresh experience for the Nintendo Gamecube.
Gameplay: The gameplay here is actually one of a kind.... something only Fire Emblem can offer you. Fire Emblem is a strategy game in which your characters are placed on a grid like map, and it is yo...
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Paper Mario TTYD is potentially the greatest RPG to grace the Gamecube.
Gameplay: At first glance, this game may seem like a very strange and wacky new Mario game. With a harder look though, you will see that this game is probably the best RPG on the Gamecube. As far as...
Magical Vacation: 5-tsu no Hoshi ga Narabu toki
Magical Starsign is a clever game that sticks to a classic RPG formula while trying to do something new at the same time
Gameplay: Well, where to start. Ultimately, there isn't much of anything wrong with the gameplay itself. The battle system as you would expect is a traditional turn based system, only as you could ...
Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis
This game is one of the few puzzle experiences that actually makes you come back for more!
Gameplay: This game isn't quite your traditional puzzle game. Rather than focusing on your thinking ability like tetris, this game revolves more around the action. In Mario Vs. DK2 you don't use an...
Nanostray is a great shooter for those looking for a challenge, but otherwise don't even consider buying this game.
Gameplay: Basically, its a 3D shooter where you blow everything in sight to bits. Certain aspects of the gameplay are very great and nostalgic, but other parts of it seem too cluttered and clunky. ...
Yoshi Touch & Go
Yoshi Touch & Go is a great simplistic game that is easy to catch on to and is always fun.
Gameplay: Yoshi Touch and Go definitely strays from the usual Mario/Yoshi format. This time, using the DS' stylus you must do two things...draw clouds to lure Baby Mario safely to the ground, and tap...
Advance Wars: Dual Strike
Advance Wars Dual Strike brings a new meaning to the word "strategy" by creating an amazingly addictive experience!
When I first picked this game up when it came out, I really was a little unsure about it.....but as soon as I played the game I knew it was the best purchase on the DS I had ever made! Gameplay: Th...