User Reviews & Ratings

Average Score 4.36/10

Total of 11 user reviews spread across 11 releases

  1. 10
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  2. 9
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  3. 8
    (1)
  4. 7
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  5. 6
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  6. 5
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  7. 4
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  8. 3
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  9. 2
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  10. 1
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  • User Rating 10
    A perfect game: beautiful graphics, fun D&D3.5 character creation, good fights, humor and really excellent dialogue.

    Neverwinter Nights 2

    Rated on September 06, 2011 by RodentDung

    A perfect game: beautiful graphics, fun D&D3.5 character creation, good fights, humor and really excellent dialogue.

    If you've played the first Neverwinter Nights and found it a dull box opening marathon, then forget about that and consider this game a totally new one. The difference is phenominal. Play the game aft...

    0 out of 4 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 1
    More of the same click-and-wait-for-monster-to-die boredom with a linear Lord of the Rings story to add to the pain.

    Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening

    Rated on August 20, 2011 by RodentDung

    More of the same click-and-wait-for-monster-to-die boredom with a linear Lord of the Rings story to add to the pain.

    More of the same old Dungeon Siege style combat and linear Lord of the Rings boredom. There are painted walls that can provide you radically more entertainment than this copycat delirium. Only the mos...

    0 out of 5 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 1
    Lord of the Rings + Dungeon Siege combined ripoff.<br />
<br />
Yawn.

    Dragon Age II

    Rated on August 20, 2011 by RodentDung

    Lord of the Rings + Dungeon Siege combined ripoff.<br /> <br /> Yawn.

    More of the same old Dungeon Siege style combat and linear Lord of the Rings boredom. There are painted walls that can provide you radically more entertainment than this copycat delirium. Only the mos...

    4 out of 12 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 1.5
    A combined ripoff of Dungeon Siege, Lord of the Rings and Morrowind makes everything feel so cliche and boring.

    Dragon Age: Origins (Collector's Edition)

    Rated on August 20, 2011 by RodentDung

    A combined ripoff of Dungeon Siege, Lord of the Rings and Morrowind makes everything feel so cliche and boring.

    I've just finished a session of playing Dragon Age and my brain feels very numb. I'm scared to think of how many braincells die per hour while playing Dragon Age and I deeply regret the self-destructi...

    3 out of 15 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 9.5
    Realistic tactical combat delightfully free of the clickfest micromanagement that RTS games are notorious for.

    Blitzkrieg: Burning Horizon

    Rated on August 15, 2011 by RodentDung

    Realistic tactical combat delightfully free of the clickfest micromanagement that RTS games are notorious for.

    I love wargames and military history. When I play this game I feel like real combat is going on involving a proper mix of combined arms and tactical thinking. This game is a delight because there i...

    0 out of 2 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 5
    Fun fights and good character system ruined by the designers' fetish for blocked doors, finicky quests and bugs.

    Icewind Dale II

    Rated on April 24, 2011 by RodentDung

    Fun fights and good character system ruined by the designers' fetish for blocked doors, finicky quests and bugs.

    Probably the best role-playing game ever made were it not wrecked by terrible quest designs. The combination of graphics, sound, challenging fights and unlimited ways of conducting battle make for ...

    0 out of 5 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 1
    Too boring and repetitive.  Click on monster... wait for it to die.  Repeat as necessary to complete level.

    Dungeon Siege

    Rated on April 01, 2011 by RodentDung

    Too boring and repetitive. Click on monster... wait for it to die. Repeat as necessary to complete level.

    Sheer boredom. If you want to kill off braincells, this game is better than crack but lacks any of the buzz that a brain-killing drug will give you. Click on a monster and your character does the ...

    3 out of 10 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 1
    Repetitive and mindless.

    Dungeon Siege II

    Rated on April 01, 2011 by RodentDung

    Repetitive and mindless.

    I played the first Dungeon Siege for about 20 minutes before deleting it out of sheer boredom. Because I had heard the name of the game so many times I reckoned #2 might be better. This game is al...

    4 out of 15 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 1
    The only good thing about this game is the title is honest:  Broken.

    Dungeon Siege II: Broken World

    Rated on April 01, 2011 by RodentDung

    The only good thing about this game is the title is honest: Broken.

    I played the first Dungeon Siege for about 20 minutes before deleting it out of sheer boredom. Because I had heard the name of the game so many times I reckoned #2 might be better. This game is all...

    0 out of 3 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 9
    One of the best RPG.

    Fallout Tactics

    Rated on December 17, 2010 by RodentDung

    One of the best RPG.

    I've replayed this game more times than any other game. The buzz you get from blasting badguys to pulp just can't be matched by any other game. And the character development coupled with the huge ra...

    1 out of 4 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 8
    Most creative RPG ever made.

    Lionheart: Legacy of the Crusader

    Rated on November 21, 2010 by RodentDung

    Most creative RPG ever made.

    I was expecting a straight forward Crusading era theme, which I am fond of, but got treated to an adventure that blows the blinders off of linear PC gaming storylines. Packed into this adventure ...

    4 out of 8 found this review helpful.