Total of 200 user reviews spread across 200 releases
Grand Theft Auto III
Who says crime doesn't pay?
It’s really no surprise that open world games have pretty much taken over the game market today. From Red Dead Redemption to Just Cause, to even Batman Arkham City and the upcoming Metal Gear So...
Pokemon White Version 2
Welcome back to the now bigger, richer and better Unova region
Every generation of Pokemon follows the same pattern as far as the games are concerned; two versions that are pretty much the same with minor differences and eventually, a third reenhanced version is ...
Pokemon White Version
Pokemon White contains a vast world with an all too familiar experience
Most Pokemon games seem to start the same as the last anymore, and Pokemon Black/White is no different. You start off by meeting the professor of your town, obtain your first Pokemon friend and take o...
Batman: Arkham City
The Dark Knight returns for a second helping of super hero greatness
In 2009, Rocksteady shocked everyone with Batman Arkham Asylum. I don’t think anybody expected that game to be as fun and intuitive as it was but Rocksteady really hit the ball out of the park ...
Bionic Commando Rearmed
Beyond Rearmed's astounding visuals are faulty controls that hinder what could have been a solid game
Before I begin, I should probably point out that I didn't grow up with the original Bionic Commando for the NES nor did I know anything about it until this remake was announced. Even then, Bionic Com...
Disney Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse
This classic castle is worth exploring once more
Perhaps one of the most memorable classics on the Sega Genesis was Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mous, made by Sega themselves. The game seemed more like a Mario clone, namely the typical rescue...
Braid will forever be a timeless classic
By now, you know what to expect from a typical platformer; start from the left side of the level, get to the right side of the level, jump on platforms to progress and jump on the heads of your enemie...
Tomb Raider (The Final Hours Edition)
This new Tomb Raider is just the reboot that this series needed
The first Tomb Raider practically redefined the action adventure genre. For such an old game, it was brimming with adventure and discovery as you guide Lara Croft through ruins and ancient tombs. La...
New Super Mario Bros.
New Super Mario Bros. is a fantastic successor to the classics
New Super Mario Bros. is exactly what it sounds like; a new 2D side scrolling Super Mario Bros. game that was supposed to act as a true successor to the NES games. Don't think of it is a cheap cash-i...
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Hearthfire
Hearthfire finally allows you to build your dream house in the world of Skyrim.....kind of
In a large and vast game world like Skyrim, how many of you wish you could add to it by constructing your own house? Well, for the price of $5 (400 mp), now you can. Enter Hearthfire, a simple but f...
"No eyes, always watches!"
For those who don't know about Slender, it is a free downloadable horror game inspired by the internet-based legend of "Slender Man", a faceless man who appears in several photographs across the inter...
Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!
What happens when you take Spyro the Dragon and make it even better in almost every way? You get Ripto's Rage!
The original Spyro the Dragon was a technical feat for the first Playstation. It proved that a full 3D platformer in a full 3 dimensional world could work just as well on the Playstation, as opposed ...
Mass Effect 2: Lair of the Shadow Broker
With rich atmosphere and intense action, LotSB is the best DLC money can buy for Mass Effect 2
When switching from the first Mass Effect to the second, I was disappointed that I wasn't going to be able to use my old squad mates from the first game. One of them was the smart and beautiful asari...
Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare Pack
Undead Nightmare adds a unique twist to the already amazing formula
There are so many games based around a zombie apocalypse today that it might as well be its own separate genre. Even other games are adapting to this new trend like the Call of Duty series, and now R...
Spartacus Legends is worth the price, but is it worth your time?
I don't know anything about the recent Spartacus series but looking at the trailers for this free-to-play fighting game, it really did have a lot going for it for no cost whatsoever. Gladiator fights...
Sonic does what Sonic does best in Sonic Dash
As soon as the Endless Runner genre started with Temple Run, we knew it was inevitable. No other video game character could be any more perfect for this new app genre than everyone's favorite blue bl...
Ms. 'Splosion Man
"You had me at SPLODE!"
Let's be honest, who doesn't like blowing crap on in video games? How about games where you play as a character that is constantly blowing up himself? And this is why Splosion Man was the perfect co...
This fun platformer is just sploding with excitement
There seems to be a dwindling number of platformers this generation. What was once the king genre of video games has been pushed aside by shooters or RPG's nowadays. Well, if you're tired of mindles...
Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley
If you can look past the frustrating difficulty, Comic Jumper is full of comedic, action packed fun
The life of a comic book super hero is a difficult and frustrating one. Having to save the day from countless villains who plan on destroying the world, while saving a damsel in distress every now an...
The Maw is a delightful adventure, but it's nothing without its charm
The Maw is one of those games that relies much more on its charm than its gameplay. Looking around you, you'll see a colorful world brimming with personality supported by two expressive characters in...
More like "Not-So-Awesome Possum"
There seemed to have been a strong push to "saving the environment" back in the 80's and 90's. The message has been in quite a few movies at that time like Ferngully and Once Upon a Forest, and I eve...
The sky is the limit with Bioshock Infinite
Creating a follow up to a game as immerse and sophisticated as the original Bioshock is no easy task. How could you recreate that atmosphere and gameplay that stunned millions almost 6 years ago? We...
Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
Busting makes Luigi feel good
It must be rough being Luigi. Always following in his brother's foot steps, Luigi was usually portrayed as the cowardly sidekick who always relies on Mario to hog the spotlight and save the day. Wel...
While Generations HD takes a step forward, the 3DS version takes two steps back
It's funny. For the last decade, Sonic was struggling to find himself on the console versions. Every major 3D Sonic release got panned and fans declared that Sega couldn't do anything right. Meanwh...
This fun app game jumps past its expectations
Never has the idea of a Sonic game been so odd. A game where you jump all the way through the stage? Doesn't sound like a Sonic game to me. Luckily, the game is even more fun and addictive than exp...
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
With a bigger cast, bigger brawls and the addictive chaotic gameplay we all know and love, SSB has never been better
When it comes to fan service, very few games have even come close to the amount of fun and chaos that is the Super Smash Bros. series. An instant success on the Nintendo 64, this game was a dream com...
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Skyward Sword takes this legendary series to new heights
For the past 25 years, it seems as though The Legend of Zelda could do no wrong. It succeeded in almost era of gaming imaginable; from the overhead games on the NES and SNES to the 3 dimensional worl...
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard
This DLC gives you plenty of reason to return to the wonderful world of Skyrim
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was an amazing RPG experience with a huge world to explore with various environments to travel to and many enemies to encounter. It was simply a master piece. Since then,...
Steel Diver's lack of content and tedious gameplay isn't worth more than a bargain bin price
It is difficult to review a launch title for any system. The technology of the console or handheld was young and nothing has really set the bar yet, so of course there's going to be a few flops. Nev...
Assassin's Creed III
Come and join the Revolution in the best Assassin's Creed game since AC2
I never thought the Assassin's Creed series would become one of my favorite game franchises of this generation. It started with the first Assassin's Creed and while the visuals were stunning, the mec...
Sonic Adventure 2
Sonic Adventure 2 was amazing back in 2001, but it's only "decent" nowadays
Every time a new 3D Sonic game comes out, it always gets compared to Sonic Adventure 2. "Why can't this game be as good as Sonic Adventure 2?" "Sonic Adventure 2 was the last good 3D Sonic game!" S...
Whether its gameplay, story or atmosphere, Bioshock is a hit on all fronts
Back when Bioshock was first announced, it seemed like an ordinary FPS on the surface. Upon playing the game back in 2007, we learned that it was so much more. What this game offers is more than jus...
Pocket Monsters Platina
It may be the same Pokemon formula as always, but Platinum's tweaks and changes make it one of the best yet
How long has Pokemon been around now? And yet somehow capturing a team of monsters and training them to fight one another is still this much fun? Although the gameplay has remained the same, one thi...
Paper Mario: Sticker Star
It's too bad that such a beautiful looking game can feel lacking in both gameplay and content
I must admit; I've never played a single Paper Mario game before. I'm sure it has always been a great series but for whatever reason, it just never caught my attention before. That being said, while...
A fun game by yourself, but an excellent game with your friends
There seems to be this trend going around of mixing the shooter with the RPG genre as of late. Before this game came Fallout 3 and the Mass Effect series by Bioware. Luckily, it proves to be a great...
Fantastic writing and many small improvements put Borderlands 2 miles above its predecessor
Borderlands was one of those titles that just came out of nowhere and instantly became popular. The loot and shoot game was known for its unique graphical style and for some of the best co-op experie...
Mass Effect 3: Leviathan
Leviathan clears up some history in the Mass Effect universe, but it feels rushed in almost every other aspect
The Mass Effect series has truly had some of the best add-ons available in any game. First we got Overlord and its unpredictable ending, then there's the incredibleLair of the Shadow Broker and its i...
Limbo has a wonderfully unique style to it but it sacrificed content in the long run
It is true that XBLA games very often try to be as artsy and creative as possible with their visuals, and Limbo is certainly no exception. On the outside this game is about as atmospheric as it gets ...
Happy Wars' matchmaking is a little buggy, but its addictive multiplayer is too much to resist
It's not every day we see a free game available from the arcade. Heck, it's even less often when we see a free game as fun and addictive as Happy Wars. For a free game, Happy Wars is surprisingly fu...
Trials Evolution offers more excitement, more variety, more challenges and overall, more fun
Created by RedLynx, Trials HD was perhaps one of the most innovative games to hit the Xbox Live Arcade. Heck, it practically revived the motocross genre that died along with Excitbike some time ago. ...