Total of 5 user reviews spread across 5 releases
After spending 5 years in development, Alan Wake does not disappoint and is unlike any game I've played before.
In a way, it's the same old battle of good vs evil, darkness against the light. From the start, the game is full of cliche's. This isn't nesecarily a bad thing though, as it's presented like a TV Sho...
Nothing amazing but good enough to cure boredom and can become surprisingly addictive
AdventureQuest Words is a browser based MMORPG clearly aimed at a younger audience but it can be enjoyed by anyone, as long as you do your best to ignore the appalling attempt at humour. Something I...
Star Fox 64
Also known as Lylat Wars. A short yet addictive space shooter <br /> True score 9.7
Lylat Wars puts you in the roll of Fox McCloud, a mercenary and expert pilot who has been called upon to stop the evil scientist Andross who is bent on conquering the universe, oh and he also killed F...
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3
After reading about the sequel to Budokai Tenkaichi 2, I had extremely high hopes, but was really disappionted.
Dragonball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3 was very disappointing. For starters, the promise of actual scenes from the anime was no where to be found. They have also taken away the ability to explore the world ...
God of War (Greatest Hits)
Kratos storms his way into the best action game on the PS2.<br /> True Score: 8.7
From the very first cut-scene God of War creates a world based on Greek Mythology that you can fully immerse yourself in. The story centers around a mortal man named Kratos who once served Ares, the G...