Total of 6 user reviews spread across 6 releases
A welcome, yet distinctly familiar, return to the City under the Sea.
In Bioshock, you found yourself in Rapture; a utopian city built at the bottom of the ocean in the 1950's. It was the vision of man called Andrew Ryan, who dreamed of a society that was not limited ...
Zombies Ate My Neighbors
A ghoulishly memorable SNES classic
When I was a young un', my family did'nt have a lot of spare money but my parents managed to get me all the things I asked for. One of these things was a Super Nintendo. Now, I dont know if it was lac...
Street Fighter IV
Everything you know and love, brought bang up to date!
Its been a long time since Ive played a beat em-up, in fact, the last beat em-up I played was probably Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo on the Snes! After playing the Sega Megadrive Ultimate collectio...
Oneechanbara vorteX: Imichi o Tsugu Monotachi
Swords, blood, zombies, bikinis...and boredom?!
Onechanbara is possibly one of the worst videogames I have played. So not a good start to this review then. The game is a linear, third person hack and slash affair that see's you taking control of...
the dead are begging to be slaughtered!
The first time you spend three days inside this mall that is jam-packed wall-to-wall with the undead you will probably spend all your time gleefully battering the un-living daylights out of the shambl...
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
A vast adventure of epic proportions.
The first time you escape from the prison via the sewer system and plant your eyes on the expansive landscape of Cyrodill, you will witness one of the most beautifully realised gaming worlds to grace ...