Total of 6 user reviews spread across 6 releases
Dark Messiah of Might and Magic
Excellent combat system and fantasy setting raise Dark Messiah over the grey mass of average shooters.
In 2003 Might and Magic's original developer New World Computing went bankrupt alongside its owner 3DO. Fortunate for gamers and long-time fans of the series Ubisoft bought the rights for Might and Ma...
World in Conflict (Collector's Edition)
While the focus is on multiplayer, World in Conflict delivers on every field.
Ever since the first screenshots and gameplay videos, there has been plenty of hype surrounding World in Conflict and its graphics. But unlike many expected, Massive Entertainment developed a game tha...
No More Heroes
Behind the frame rate problems and repetition lies a beautiful and unique game.
No More Heroes is the latest game from Suda-51 (Goichi) and Grasshopper studios, developers of Killer7, and it offers the same kind of humor and art style as its spiritual predecessor did. You are ...
Far Cry 2
Tedious tasks can make Far Cry 2 feel too much like a job to be fully worth the time or money.
With the Far Cry license belonging to Ubisoft, Crytek created an unofficial sequel to the game to have full control of the development. At the same time, the Montreal studio of Ubisoft worked on the o...
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
GameCube port stuck in the past.
Intelligent Systems Fire Emblem series has been around for nearly two decades dating all the way back to Famicom. Unfortunately it took 13 years before the series finally made its way to western marke...
Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures
A premature launch of the most promising MMORPG in years.
It's been five years since Funcom started working on Age of Conan and now after many lengthy delays, AoC is finally out and ready to be judged by players and reviewers. Funcom's first MMO, Anarchy Onl...