User Reviews & Ratings
Total of 11 user reviews spread across 11 releases
Assault Heroes takes a stride forward in level design and length, but it's way too dark and a few levels pinch the fun.
Assault Heroes is one of the bright spots on XBLA. It's essentially an old-school shooter with snazzy graphics, delightful weaponry, some on-foot sections, and a well-paced, challenging campaign that can be played co-ope... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Condemned 2 isn't a fitting successor to one of the scariest games ever made. Nor is it a competent shooter, even though it wants to be at times. It's not all bad. It's just not very good, either. The fighting syste... Read Full Review4 of 6 users found the following review helpful
To keep things short and sweet, Omega Five is a great game. It looks divine, controls adequately, and it throws enough enemies at you to make sure that you'll never forget its shmup roots. The problem is that there j... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
A word to the wise: If you're planning on buying Undertow with the intention of playing single-player, save yourself time and grief and just wipe your rear end with ten dollars instead. You may be tempted to get this th... Read Full Review12 of 21 users found the following review helpful
Instead of getting all flowery and technical on you, and discussing the merits of Mortal Kombat as a fighting series, I'll keep this simple: Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 is probably the best entry in the series, and it holds... Read Full Review2 of 14 users found the following review helpful
Let's get one thing out of the way: Real-time strategy games can be done successfully on a console, and Middle-earth proves it. Past attempts to make a controller bring the intricate precision and near-limitless hotkey f... Read Full Review6 of 12 users found the following review helpful
Instead of rambling on about the technical aspects of Doom 3, I'd rather give you some insight into the feelings it evokes while playing the game. For better or worse, Doom 3 stays true to its roots and is a visual bench... Read Full Review6 of 11 users found the following review helpful
PD0 breaks many conventions of the genre and also introduces us to the next generation, although in a subtle way.
Didn't Kermit the Frog say it isn't easy being green? Well, in the world of gaming, it isn't easy being Rare either. They've got an entire legion of pissed off Nintendo fans who feel Rare abandoned them for the sultry ch... Read Full Review15 of 16 users found the following review helpful
In a time where developers are all too content to bring out uninspired sequels, Stranger is like a breath of fresh air.
When the original Oddworld came out for the Playstation, the game was lauded for its sharp visuals, slick production values and old school gameplay. The original games played similar to forgotten classics like Out of Thi... Read Full Review4 of 6 users found the following review helpful
The Resident Evil series has had its share of ups and downs over the years. The original pioneered a new era for fusing shock tactics, visceral thrills and gaming. Over the years, Capcom (in traditional Capcom fashion) b... Read Full Review8 of 11 users found the following review helpful
When Nintendo released Metroid Prime, it became a testament to the belief that indeed a good game can be made in the transition from 2D to 3D. It managed to retain everything that made the series popular to begin with, w... Read Full Review7 of 21 users found the following review helpful