Total of 5 user reviews spread across 5 releases
Pocket Monsters Black 2
A Pokemon game trying way too hard to be taken seriously.
In what I can only assume is a common scenario for children born in the '90's, I grew up on Pokemon. I started playing the first few games around the time I learned how to read and write, kept up with...
Spec Ops: The Line
A highly engaging experience that is worth experiencing, regardless of your personal taste in games.
Spec Ops: The Line is a game that I really don't need to review; at this point, every prominent video game related journalist and their dog has already talked about this game in great detail. However,...
Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken
A timeless classic that's well worth finding. Few other Fire Emblem games can compare.
I find myself writing up this review because, upon reflection, I realized that I forgot to mention some rather subtle problems with Fire Emblem Awakening in my last review. Rather than adding them ont...
Mass Effect 3
A lackluster conclusion to a beloved series. Still worthwhile, but highly flawed.
I find myself conflicted about Mass Effect 3. I'm pretty sure I like the game, but I'm not entirely sure why. In fact, I've come to the startling realization that there are more bad qualities with Mas...
Fire Emblem: Kakusei
Easily one of the deepest and most addictive Fire Emblem games to date. A must have for any fans of turn based strategy.
As a long time fan of the series, I found that this game alone was easily worth buying a 3DS for, even though I have little to no intention of getting other games for the smug little system. I had to ...