Total of 8 user reviews spread across 8 releases
Call of Duty: World at War
As a big fan of the console versions, I was more than a little nervous. But COD WAW does have some potential. Bit short.
Oh, god, I don't know. Will I? Wont I? Love the PS3 version. Will it be any good on DS? I don't know...Hard to tell, found it for €20, ah, I'll give it a shot, cross my fingers. - OK, so COD has...
Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!
Although the game is an enjoyable collection of minigames, it is short-lived enjoyment. It got my grammar gooder though.
Hype surrounded this game before I got it. It was actually the package game that accompanied my Nintendo DS, and as an introduction to the DS it was great. Unfortunately, the longer I played and the m...
Subarashiki Kono Sekai: It's a Wonderful World
The most innovative game of the last few years, the best storyline I can remember, and by far the best game on the DS.
I bought this as soon as it was released. I still play it regularly, and I still get caught into it. This really is just one of those gems that comes along once in a decade and will live forever with ...
Advance Wars: Dual Strike
It just goes on and on, and never gets tired. Tremendous!
Important note - this is the first Advance Wars game I've played, so everything to me is fresh and new. I had no idea what to expect, and bought this purely on the back of the Gamespot review. Ye didn...
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars
There really is just so much to see, do and engage with. A good story, with never-sleep-again addictive extras.
So, here it is at last. I've read the reviews, I've kept up to date with the latest news, and I've finally got myself a copy of GTA: Chinatown Wars. To be honest, I was a little worried at first that ...
Professor Layton and the Curious Village
Although original and enjoyable, this game was a little short, and a bit too easy for puzzle enthusiasts.
OK, I know I'm going to offend a few purists with this review, so let me just start by saying I really enjoyed this game. It is definitely worth a go for players of any age who enjoy a puzzle. Maybe I...
It Came From the Desert
Few games in the history of the industry can claim to be so innovative and ambitious.
Before I start, let me just stress that this game was released in 1989 originally, and I am reviewing it on the basis of how it has influenced gaming since that date, not simply on its quality as a st...
Absolutely terrific, if a little difficult
It's rare that you come across a game that presents such a rich, challenging experience with both depth and aplomb. I was absolutely blown away by the intro sequence, and simply couldn't put it down f...