Total of 22 user reviews spread across 22 releases
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
The years of gaming have seen plenty of medieval-era video games. Few are this great.
Here we have a first-person role-playing game. To some, the concept of that seems too bizarre. To others, this may seem unique. If you like role-playing games, particularly medieval-style, you may as ...
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
It's a Star Wars fan's dream game.
When BioWare seized the reigns to the Star Wars franchise, they handled it well enough to turn it into something brilliant. Knights of the Old Republic follows the adventures of your amnesia-stricken ...
Super Mario Galaxy
How do you make the perfect game?<br /> Like this.
Super Mario 64 set the base standard for 3-D exploration, Super Mario Sunshine went the offbeat course by combining amazing water effects and an unorthodox gameplay feature, and Super Mario Galaxy fin...
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
A brilliantly well-crafted conclusion. The Prime series has really matured over the years, and this game shows it.
--SPOILER WARNING-- In this review, there will be reviews of plot details for about the first hour of the game, plus very subtle references to major turning points in the game. The ONLY spoilers will...
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Believe every piece of hype. This truly is the greatest Zelda game ever, if not the greatest game of all time.
First, I want to say that yes, this game absolutely is worth it. Second, I want you to be aware that there may be spoilers found in this review. Where to start? The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Prince...
This is wonderful for a pack-in, but mediocre if it was standalone. A superb introduction to the Nintendo Wii.
Nintendo's done it again. A great launch title to show what their new system can do. In this pack-in game, you get five minigames that utilize the Wii Remote in different ways, a special "trainin...
An amazing blend of quick play and a deep game.
ExciteTruck is an interesting concept. You play it by holding the Wii Remote in "retro" form, meaning like an NES controller, and you tilt the Wii Remote left or right to turn. Also, when go...
Ubisoft, I really wanted to love this game. What happened?
Red Steel. One of the first FPS games to appear on the Wii system. The Wii Remote just seems absolutely perfect for an FPS game, right? Not to mention, there's swordfights in this game. I love the swo...
You like shooters? Then you like this game.
Simply put, this game puts you in the role of Sgt. Cortez in a race through time to stop the TimeSplitters. Wait, I lied. While travelling, you assume forms of a person from that era, and you try to s...
LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
Yeah. It looks all cutesy. You know what? It also rocks.
LEGO Star Wars II almost needs no introduction. You play through Episodes IV, V, and VI from the Star Wars series in LEGO form. Somehow, it's brilliant. I'd say something like "this is the best S...
Star Wars: Battlefront II
The greatest Star Wars battles on the go. Does it work?
The PSP version is a port of its console version, considered to be the far superior. Now, this may be a good game on its own, but the console versions have much more to offer. Still, you cannot deny t...
This game is simply awesome.
First, my mom bought me this game because she thinks Daxter looks cute. Second, I don't know anything about the Jak and Daxter storyline, so this game was somewhat of a risk. But, I really did like th...
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
Experience the climax of the Clone Wars in the palm of your hand.
You can either play as Obi-Wan Kenobi to find out why all of the clone troopers suddenly turned against the Jedi, or you can play as Anakin Skywalker and go down the path into the Dark Side. Both char...
To put it simply, this game sucks.
What this game is, is a 3-D platformer/adventure which is a direct port of Rayman 2: The Great Escape which has already appeared on many other systems. This version is simply portable. That's about it...
Star Wars: Demolition
The mighty Jabba asks that you die honorably.
Take on the Rancor, Boba Fett, Aurra Sing, landspeeder, podracer, AT-ST, battle tank, snowspeeder or desert skiff in one of 8 arenas familiar to many Star Wars geeks. Arenas include the Dune Sea, Hoth...
A Gothic Tale Straight from the Grave.
It has risen again! Sir Daniel Fortesque, see? The Hero of Gallowmere who fell at the first charge! One hundred years ago, the Battle of Gallowmere took place. Sir Daniel Fortesque led Gallowmere's...
One of the best superhero games yet, despite its flaws.
I got this game when I was in a bit of a gaming slump. I was not disappointed with this choice. It's yet another superhero game where you have to go to point A, beat up the bad guy(s), go to point B,...
Metroid Prime: Hunters
The best DS game I've ever played. You'll definately love it.
The ultimate power lies in the Alimbic Cluster. Or something like that. That first line is the message telepathically spread into some of the best minds of the best bounty hunters in the galaxy. N...
Tony Hawk's American Sk8land
A portable Tony Hawk that plays very well...and it's online? Alright!!
This game is not to be confused with the console game Tony Hawk's American Wasteland, which came out before this game did. Tony Hawk's American Sk8land is the first skateboarding game for the Ninten...
Metroid Prime Pinball (w/Rumble Pak)
One of the best "pick-up-and-play" games for the DS.
DS owners, you're in for a real treat. Nintendo now brings us Metroid Prime Pinball for the Nintendo DS! Now, when this game was first announced (simply called 'Metroid Pinball'), there was a LOT of...
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
Great battle system, but just doesn't have the flair as Superstar Saga did. Still very good.
Mario and Luigi: Partners in Time is the Nintendo DS sequel to the popular Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga. But now instead of controlling two characters, you now control four! That leap from two to f...