Total of 24 user reviews spread across 24 releases
Red Dead Redemption
The best videogame Western created
Rockstar is no stranger to exploring iconic time periods and locations, having used the Grand Theft Auto series to explore the 80's, 90's and modern day in recreations of Miami, New York and Californi...
Fallout: New Vegas
A well-crafted Fallout game marred by a lack of polish or considerable improvements over Fallout 3.
The Fallout series has a tendency to shift developers and go through wildly different design iterations. From the isometric view of the first few games made by Black Isle, to the 3D First/Third Person...
A challenging dungeon crawler with a wealth of content and unique online integration that any hardcore gamer can love.
Gamers often decry the lack of challenge in modern gaming compared to the games of old, with quicksaves, regenerating health, streamlined mechanics and difficulty selection. While one could argue it's...
Deus Ex: Human Revolution
A worthy successor to the Deus Ex franchise, with only minor problems holding back an otherwise incredible experience.
The Deus Ex series is one that may not have lent itself well to a traditional sequel. The first one is a beloved PC masterpiece that offered much in the way of choice and story, with some technical is...
A well written RPG with some missing polish and incomplete feeling gameplay holding it down.
In the games industry, there is a saying that goes "the difference between a good game and a great one is that extra 10%". In the case of Alpha Protocol, it's a game that has so much potential and tal...
Mass Effect 3
An epic finish to what is possibly gaming's most important Sci-Fi trilogy.
Trilogies can be tricky when it comes to entertainment. Rarely is the 3rd installment considered the best, and oftentimes it ends up being the black sheep of an otherwise stellar franchise. With Mass ...
Max Payne 3
A worthy sequel that both fans of Max Payne and newcomers to the series can enjoy
When last we saw Max Payne, it was 2003. This was before third person shooters like Resident Evil 4, Gears of War and Uncharted had changed the gaming world and evolved the shooter into what it was to...
Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception
An epic follow up to Uncharted 2 that isn't quite as big a leap from before, but just as fun and polished.
In Nathan Drake's last adventure, Uncharted 2, his adventure started off with a bang. Nate was dangling off a cliff in a train with a bullet wound in his gut, before flashing back to a thrilling museu...
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
A fun sequel that doesn't add much, but doesn't really have to.
The Call of Duty series is a hot franchise in gaming, ever since its start in 2003 the series has been mainly World War II focused, but really hit the big time when the Modern Warfare took the stellar...
Call of Duty: World at War
While not as ground breaking as Call of Duty 4, the fps action is just as addictive.
Call of Duty: World at War is the latest in the Call of Duty franchise, why it chooses to stay in WWII, I don't know. To be honest though, its not really a problem and helps set the tone for the grim ...
SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation
Has great potential, but falls just short of expectations.
When I got this game, it wasn't what I was expecting, but to be honest I wasn't even expecting the game itself. As SOCOM's first foray into the next gen, there were high expectations for Confrontation...
Tony Hawk's Underground 2
Quite possibly the last really memorable Tony Hawk games.
I love the Tony Hawk games. I love skateboarding. It's these things that ultimately compelled me to buy Tony Hawk's Underground 2. Taking off where THUG left, you play as your custom created avatar...
Payday: The Heist
A fun downloadable co-op romp that can be a bit lacking at times.
Pros: Great soundtrack, balanced gameplay, great replay value, great co-op. Cons: Only 6 levels, AI leaves a lot to be desired, graphics look a bit dated, recycled mechanics. Taking a cue from p...
A fantastic multiplayer experience brought down by polish issues and a disappointing campaign.
With EA's marketing campaign hyping up Battlefield 3 as a Call of Duty killer that rises "above and beyond the call", as well as a highly successful and critically acclaimed series of games behind the...
Batman: Arkham City
If you like Batman, comics, video games, fun or quality entertainment, you owe it to yourself to buy this game.
As the sequel to the 2009 hit game, Batman: Arkham Asylum, this game had a lot to live up to with such success in becoming arguably the best licensed superhero game. Thanks to the talent of Rocksteady...
Far Cry 2
The largest scale FPS you have ever played.
Far-Cry 2 is an amazing experience with a very large open world african setting to explore and lots to do. You start the game as a mercenary of your choice (up to nine to pick from) on a mission to...
Grand Theft Auto IV
GTA IV is a breathtaking experience people will be talking about for years to come.
I remember when I first saw the trailer for it in April of 2007. It looked amazing, but I felt as if it could very well disappoint. Flash forward to modern day, and this game is everything and more. ...
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
An amazing game with amazing presentation that will keep you playing for days at a time.
Although many fans of the GTA series have often stated that Vice City is the best of the GTAIII series of games, I beg to differ. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is an amazingly immersive and large game...
Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (Platinum)
An engrossing game that ties up its somewhat convoluted story in an amazing and beautiful way
MGS4 is an amazing technical feat as well as an overall great game. I went 2 months without getting the chance to play it and after having played it, I can now say I have played the best PS3 game to d...
One of my favorites.
Rockstar is known for making amazing, immersive game atmospheres and characters you can really get into, so it's no surprise that "Bully" (Canis Canem Edit in the UK), one of it's latest games for the...
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2
One of the best FPS' this year. A must buy for tactical shooter fans.
Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 is an amazing game. Taking place in (gasp) Las Vegas around the events of the first game, you play as someone named Bishop. Bishop is your custom created avatar, for online and of...
The Orange Box
An amazing immersive experience that absolutely cannot be missed.
When I played the first Half-Life, I didn't expect it to be as good as everyone said it was. I was worn. Flash forward to November 22004, Half-Life 2 comes out. It was (and still is) one of the greate...
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is an amazing accomplishment that is too short for its own good.
In Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, you play as S.A.S operative "Soap" MacTavish, and U.S.M.C combatant Paul Jackson in the midst of a war in an unknown middle eastern country that has been taken over,...
Based on the never before used premise of first person brawling, mixed with horror gives an amazing and terrifying game.
My first glimpse of this game was in a relatively small story in Game Informer detailing the premise of the sequel of a game I've never heard of before. I got the demo months later, which was surprisi...