Total of 36 user reviews spread across 36 releases
Ultra-Viloent, highly stylized, delightfully offensive. It's worth having around for those bad days when you need it.
It's a mad, mad, mad, mad, mad world. Sorry, I felt obligated to do that. My love of awful jokes made me do it. Welcome to Madworld. The focus of Madworld is a gameshow called "DeathWatch". A l...
The House of the Dead: Overkill - Extended Cut
The cheesy Grindhouse style, classic railed shooter action, and extra enhancements make this a must have for PS3 owners
House of the Dead: Overkill Extended Cut is the PS3 port of the arcade token-taker turned Wii game with some added bonuses to fill out the Blu-Ray. The "Extended Cut" for the Playstation 3 features ne...
Has the absence of more Carmageddon games left you feeling empty inside? Targem's title will easily fill that emptiness.
A Large Hadron Collider mysteriously explodes and the UN declares the ruins of the city a disaster area, off limits to the world. The official statement was that there were no survivors, but independe...
Those among you with a penchant for B-Movies will find enough to enjoy in this game's blood drenched drenched innards.
In keeping with the running trend of resurrecting old franchises to give them a "next-gen" make-over and hopefully tap into the nostalgia of those who played the original, Namco has reissued Splatterh...
The addition of an open world to the Burnout franchise makes this a must buy for racing fans looking for something great
I prefaced my Flatout review by saying that the demolition racing genre was dead. I simply didn't enjoy that game, at all. Well, as Tarantino says in Four Rooms: "The less a man makes declarative stat...
This open-world romp through Empire City has an incredible story and excellent play control system. A definite must play
In inFamous you control Cole McGrath, originally a bicycle courier in the sprawling metropolis that is Empire City. He gets a call to deliver a package and he feels uneasy about the whole deal from th...
While everything about Naughty Bear seems enjoyable on paper, the actual application falls very short of the mark.
I have to preface this review by pointing out that I am writing this from my experience playing Naughty Bear: Gold Edition. In the gold edition many of the more horrific crash bugs, camera issues, fra...
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle
Travis and the UAA are back for another go, coated in blood and gore and plenty of off-beat humor and ultra-violence!
The opening cinematic of this game picks up after even the events of this game. The first in-game cut-scene is from the perspective of a mystery patron at a peep show, booth 13 to be specific (a self-...
The House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return
These two games return you to a simpler time when light-guns ruled video games and tokens were the ONLY way to play.
House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return for the Nintendo Wii is a faithful reissue of two of Sega's old arcade shooters. I view these games through the rose-colored lenses of nostalgia so my review will be wr...
Red Dead Redemption
Incredibly ambitious title with an amazing story, but the glitches are a massive hurdle to overcome towards enjoying it.
Red Dead Redemption is Rockstar's open-world western epic. It has the incredibly compelling story that you've come to expect from Rockstar titles; not to mention all of the extra activities that you ...
Ghostbusters: The Video Game
This game is fun, funny, and chocked full of references to excite fans of the movies. A must have. Who you gonna call?
Hello, rookie. You are the proud new probationary recruit of the world-reknowned ghost busting force known as the ...err...Ghostbusters. This game uses the same basic idea we've seen in titles like...
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars
This is Capcom's first foray back into cross over fighting in a while, but they haven't lost a single step.
Here it is, kids, another impressive feather in Capcom's errr...cap. This sound little gem almost snuck onto the Wii past us. The hype for it was fairly minimal, overshadowed largely by the afterg...
No More Heroes
Off-beat, offensive, quirky, and gory. This title is a well-made must-have for all mature Wii owners.
Since I bought and started playing this title before other M rated games (and this one's sequel) began making a splash on the Wii but I am posting this review afterwards, I will attempt to write this ...
Cut-scenes that seem almost like satire belie a magnificent game with a sound story and user friendly scaling controls.
The premise of Bayonetta seems straight forward and simple but the story gets impressively deep. Bayonetta is apparently the last surviving member of a clan known as the Umbra Witches. She was i...
The Wonderful End of the World
This is a Katamari Knock-Off and nothing more. It's got its charm but it has it has more than enough flaws as well.
Welcome to the Wonderful End of the World. This game is available as a download through the popular Steam service. I'm not sure if you can download it anywhere else or get a hard copy in stores. Yo...
skate. is EA's attempt to unseat the THPS series. I think it has established a new standard for fans of this genre.
skate. is EA’s attempt to take the title from Neversoft’s long standing king of skateboarding games. They arranged everything with an ingenious trick interface and a vast living world with some uniqu...
Short, sweet, and to the point. However, the short play time is a real weak point for anyone who really enjoyed it.
John Woo’s “Stranglehold” follows the format laid out by “The Goonies II” for the NES. It is a tried and true sequel to a film done entirely in the digital realm. This one is the sequel to John Woo’...
Colin McRae: DiRT
Six disciplines, over 40 cars, and tons and tons of good, old fashioned filth all come together to make a great game.
Welcome to DiRT! This game is an excellent piece of Rally and off-road racing work from the geniuses at Codemasters. For those of you who had no interest in Rallycross Racing until Travis Pastrana t...
This was an excellent, masterfully done game, but it was too short to fully realize its potential.
This is going to be a look back at Half-Life 2. This will be my fifth time completing the single player element of the game which does include all patch updates and their resulting bugs and bug fixes...
Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the Neighborhood
The first one showed promise. This one was just awful, almost painful.
Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the Neighborhood is the sequel to Backyard Wrestling: Don’t try this at home. The original BYW showed gobs of potential to be a respectable franchise…provided that BY...
Carmageddon TDR 2000
This game takes the worst elements of the series, removes the best, and gives you a useless husk of a marketing gimmick.
Carmageddon 3: TDR 2000 is the next and final installation in Stainless interactive’s “Racing series for the Chemically Imbalanced”. The series was also handed off in large part from Interplay to Xic...
Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This at Home
This game had a lot of potential. However, it's rush job feel and glitchy nature make it hard to enjoy.
Backyard Wrestling: Don’t Try This at Home was supposed to be the video incarnation of a homegrown hardcore wrestling series. It tries to incorporate things bordering on unreal and others that are ju...
I think this game could have done well being based on the original comic instead of the movie, it would have helped.
Spiderman 2 for the PS2 is a lofty, ambitious undertaking for a licensed movie to video game deal that started out as a comic book to movie license. It’s the interactive, digital adaptation of the se...
Guitar Hero (w/Guitar)
Unique peripherals are a dime a dozen, but Guitar Hero's polished execution make this game a total blast.
Welcome to the world of rhythm games. In this universe those who can do, and those who can’t look like morons. When you hear about a new rhythm game you ultimately think of the DDR series and simila...
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
Budget price or not, with it's repetitive missions and obnoxious characters, it just doesn't cover its short-comings.
Welcome back to Liberty City. This was a starting point in the original GTA and was revisited in GTA 3. Now we’re back again...and we should have gone elsewhere. Let’s start by getting this out o...
Sega Classics Collection
Worst. Collection. Ever.
I'm not even going to bother with actually typing a full review for this game. It's not worth the effort. These are not emulated games. And if they are, they're not the original games. They've b...
Simple interface, simple style graphics, mind-boggling depth. This is an incredible video game worthy of all praise!
Darwinia is an action packed real time strategy game with a simple, straight-forward concept and a painfully simple interface. But don’t let any of that fool you. This game is bursting at the seams ...
SiN Episodes: Emergence
That was short, ungratifying, and almost painful.
Sin Episodes: Emergence is the lead-in for a series of video games from Ritual. These are also supposed to form the sequel to the old, under appreciated PC Game simply titled “Sin”. The hype behind ...
Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse
You've gotta love commitment! This game has the best presentation I have ever seen!!
I have to say that I love this new wave of “retro” games which use old concepts such as 1950's sci-fi and horror and make them into new video games. Stubbs the Zombie falls right in line with a fello...
Jaw dropping...and I'm not simply referring to the female characters.
How Majesco salvaged a “ho-hum” beat ‘em up and made this game, I’ll never know…but I’m not complaining. The sequel to the “average-at-best” action game, Bloodrayne, is a total revolution. It’s al...
Postal 2: Apocalypse Weekend
Between the overly linear gameplay and the hideous crash bugs this one had potential and then just fell terribly short.
Postal 2: Apocalypse Weekend is the attempt at a single player expansion to their apparently popular enough Postal 2 and Postal 2: Share the Pain games. Let me say this. The cheapest price at which ...
Stick a fork in the Demolition Racer Genre, it's done. "Flatout" is flatout bad.
Demolition racing is dead. This game may not have killed it, but it’s attempts at CPR are NOT helping anything. This game has a few highpoints which are so overshadowed by the horrid glitches and fr...
This game will ruin your eyesight and make you ruin your shorts!
Doom 3, the latest in the classic gaming franchise. Not bad for a series that began with a group of 12 people. Let’s cut straight through the BS and get right to the meat, shall we? You are a mar...
Shutokou Battle 01 (PlayStation 2 the Best)
In an era of carbon copies, rip-offs, and fads this is the true archetype. Others only wish they were the TXR series.
Street Racing games…what can be said about these The Fast and The Furious rip-offs that hasn't already been said? Nothing. What can be said about the street racing game showcasing Japan’s devout har...
Postal 2: Share the Pain
When you just wish everyone around you was a walking target.
Postal 2: Share the Pain…tasteless, vulgar, violent, and pretty pointless. This is not a bad thing! This is a great game for those days when you’re just so PO’ed that you can’t take it anymore. Let...
Just because it's by the numbers doesn't mean it can be good!
I have to first point out that I am at least partially influenced by the game's $20 price point. This comes after I shelled out $30 for UT2004 and $55(!) for HL2 (which I found 3 weeks later for $34....