Total of 68 user reviews spread across 68 releases
Back to the Future: The Game
Rather easy, but a great representation of a fantastic movie.
‘Back to the Future’ is my favorite movie of all time for a few reasons. Not only is the film (as well as its two sequels) highly quotable and incredibly entertaining, but in execution it...
Sonic Adventure 2 Battle (Reprint)
Overall, a solid though slightly problematic entry in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise.
Sega's last product of the home console market, the Dreamcast, was the first to come out during the sixth generation of home consoles, even before the PS2, Xbox, or GameCube hit stores worldwide. Even...
Shadow the Hedgehog (Player's Choice)
Could've been really good, but the end result isn't worth playing.
We all know Sonic the Hedgehog, the mascot of Sega who became the key competitor of Mario and Nintendo during the 90's after his debut on the Sega Genesis. However, once Sonic entered the third dimens...
An underrated and underappreciated gem from the early days of the GameCube
It's safe to say that Nintendo really didn't start off the new millennium that well. Their successor to the Nintendo 64, the Nintendo GameCube, ended up as only the third best selling console of its g...
Mario Party 9
Mario Party 9 is a fun, though slightly problematic, new take on this classic series.
If my past reviews haven't made it clear, I love the Mario Party series. The first three games on the N64 are some of my favorite games of all time. They were perfect for a console that was the king w...
Jak and Daxter: the Precursor Legacy
The Precursor Legacy is one of the finest platformer games ever made.
Naughty Dog Inc. is a video game developer that has been with Sony for years. While not originally associated with them when the original PlayStation came out, they were responsible for the Crash Band...
Tony Hawk's American Wasteland
American Wasteland isn't as good as its predecessors, but is still really fun to play.
After the success of the two Tony Hawk Underground games, the next entry in the series was heavily promoted with one major new feature: a huge one-level environment without those pesky loading times. ...
Tony Hawk's Underground 2
One of the craziest games I've ever played, but yet another Tony Hawk game that's extremely fun to play.
After Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4, the series was updated with Tony Hawk's Underground, which focused more on the game's Story Mode and was the first to allow you to travel around on foot. So because the...
Animaniacs: The Great Edgar Hunt
A great game even for people who aren't fans of Animaniacs.
When it comes to the animated shows of the 90's, Animaniacs is highly regarded as one of the finest shows of that era. Created by Tom Ruegger and produced by Steven Spielberg, it was about the adventu...
Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures
While the gameplay is solid, this game is just too short and easy to beat.
Ed, Edd, and Eddy is one of Cartoon Network's most famous shows since it debuted in 1999. It stands as the longest running of the channel's original lineup of cartoons, with the series officially endi...
Gyakuten Saiban: Yomigaeru Gyakuten (Limited Edition)
Despite being mainly text-based, Phoenix Wright benefits from strong writing and finely tuned controls.
Originally a Japan-only exclusive for the Game Boy Advance in 2001, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney received an American port for the Nintendo DS in 2005. Since then, the game's two sequels were released...
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
While the game is both really short and super easy, LEGO Star Wars III for the DS is a nice entry in the series.
After playing LEGO Harry Potter for the DS, I gained a newfound respect for the Traveller's Tales LEGO games on the DS. While they obviously aren't as big as the console versions, they are well made a...
Pokemon FireRed Version
Even though this game isn't much different than the original game it was based off of, it is still very fun to play.
Pokémon FireRed and Pokémon LeafGreen, released in 2004, were the first in the franchise to be remakes of a previous entry in the series. Both of these games are remakes of the original Pokémon Red an...
Pocket Monsters Emerald
This game seems very familar, but it still is a solid game.
Before I begin, let me start by saying that I didn't get this entry in the franchise (mainly when it was only Ruby and Sapphire) immediately after Gold and Silver. I don't really know why but maybe I ...
Pokemon Silver Version
The Gold/Silver Pokemon series is honestly my favorite in the entire franchise
Next on the list is Pokémon Silver. This was the 2nd handheld series in the Pokémon franchise, introducing a whole new region of the Pokémon universe, 100 new Pokémon to catch, and a new set of traine...
Pocket Monsters Stadium 2 (Japan)
Pokemon Stadium does get boring after a while, but it's still a pretty fun game.
The next Pokémon game I'm going to review actually isn't the next handheld series after Red, Blue, and Yellow. That's going to be the next review. Instead, I'm going to cover the two Pokémon games I o...
Pocket Monsters Pikachu
To me, this series has kind of gotten old, but that wasn't always the case.<br /> Pokemon Yellow: The beginning
I do admit I probably won't buy one of the new Pokémon games out right now (Black and White at the time of this review). I don't know it just seems like to me this series has just gotten old. While th...
The overall game is pretty solid, but this game is too short.
The 2005 film Batman Begins, directed by Christopher Nolan, brought the character of Batman back to mainstream prominence after the critical and financial failure of 1997's Batman and Robin. Like all ...
Michael Jackson: The Experience
Because of a very weak playlist, MJ: The Experience for the DS is pretty forgetable.
Right off the bat, I got to say that Michael Jackson: The Experience (the DS version) has one glaring problem that hurts the game a lot. That fault is the lack of songs in the game's setlist. There ar...
Ignore the fact that this game is a remake and you'll see that it is one of the best shooters on the Wii
The new Goldeneye game, I think, was definitely one of the most anticipated games of 2010. Think about it, this is a remake of one of the best shooters, and best games, ever in Goldeneye for the N64. ...
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (Limited Edition)
Wind Waker doesn't deserve the cold reception it has gotten. It's still a great game.
After two successful entries on the Nintendo 64, what was next for the Zelda series? Well, a couple of games on handheld systems would come following the release of Majora's Mask. There were the dual ...
James Cameron's Avatar: The Game
An interesting game to discuss...
I am a huge fan of the movie Avatar, and although I haven't played the next gen console version of the game adaptation, I have played this one. This game is an interesting one, but to me it feels anot...
Zelda no Densetsu: Majora no Kamen (w/Memory Pack)
Majora's Mask isn't as good as Ocarina of Time, but is still an exceptional game.
The first 3-D Zelda game, Ocarina of Time, is just an absolute masterpiece with honestly nothing wrong with it. So, what about its sequel, Majora's Mask? Originally supposed to be released on the Nint...
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
Guitar Hero III makes a strong case for being the best Wii entry in the franchise.
As Nervous Nick said in Screwattack.com's Top 10 Local Multiplayer Games, there is a chance that some of you would most likely get tired of these types of music games being released every single year....
Mario Kart 64
Mario Kart 64 is an excellent multiplayer game and a great entry in the MK franchise.
When it comes to the spinoff Mario games, the Kart series is arguably the series' finest. I have played almost every game in the series (excluding the original SNES game and the GBA game), and they ar...
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Ocarina of Time is quite frankly the best N64 game of all time.
(Please note that this review focuses on the GameCube version of this game featured on 'The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition'. I have played the original version of this game on the N64, but becau...
The Legend of Zelda Collector's Edition
Fans of Zelda can't pass this collection up.
What if you were a gamer who was a fan of the Zelda series but never played the original game, Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, or even Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask? Here's your solution. While O...
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4
Probably the best TT Lego game ever.
WIth the first LEGO Star Wars game, LEGO established the standard that their new games would follow. LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Indiana Jones, and LEGO Batman are all great games. While I have seen all of t...
Kingdom Hearts II
A sequel that is actually better than the first game.
It is rather rare, but there are some video game sequels that are better than the original game. Kingdom Hearts II, in my opinion, is one of them. It improves on a lot of stuff from the original game ...
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Two thumbs up indeed for an excellent game.
Instead of playing this first, I played it after watching the movie that it inspired, Prince of Persia: Sands of Time. In terms of the movie, I think it is one of the best movies based on a video game...
The overall length of the game keeps Sly 1 from being a perfect platformer.
I actually first played this game after playing Sly 2 and Sly 3, so I do see how Sly 2 and Sly 3 evolved from Sly 1 in a huge way. That does mean, however, that's it not my favorite of the 3 games and...
Show's great, the game: Not so much
I'm a huge fan of Survivor, having watched every season of the show since 2001. But, with this game, it suffers from a lot of problems. While it has some parts that are entertaining, one of the main p...
3-D Pokemon catching... By Film.
When this game was released, America and Japan were very addicted to Pokemon (or, as Japan called them, Pocket Monsters). Gamers aspired to be 'the Greatest Trainer ever', but to do that, they 'gotta ...
From Russia With Love
A nostalgic James Bond game? Hell Yeah!
Ever since it debuted in 1962 with the film Dr. No, the James Bond series has been one of the most prolific movie series of all time. In terms of the video games made from the franchise, each game in ...
Great movie... and a great movie based game.
The movie Barnyard, like I stated with my last review, is a great family film and a great comedy. Like Madagascar, the video game adaptation of Barnyard is a very solid game. Those who remember the mo...
One of the better movie based video games out there
The Madagascar series (consisting of 2005's Madagascar and 2008's Escape 2 Africa) are one of Dreamworks' most popular franchises. Both Madagascar and Madagascar 2 are solid films, both in the family ...
LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
The PSP edition of Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
I know that you are wondering why I would review this game even after I already reviewed it. Well, this was the first version of the game that I got. In a couple of ways I like this version a bit more...
LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
New material makes Lego Star Wars II a sequel that is actually better than the first game.
In many ways, Lego Star Wars II is a game that is better than the original. For one thing, this game uses a better source of material in terms of the original trilogy. As many know, the prequel trilog...
LEGO Star Wars
Lego gets the formula right for a great video game
Before Lego Star Wars I, the Lego company hasn't really done that well in terms of video games. This game is where Lego makes their mark on the video game industry. Eidos Interactive makes great use o...
Super Mario Galaxy 2
Mario Galaxy 2 is a great sequel, but it probably doesn't rank as a perfect game in my mind.
In all honesty, I was surprised to see that this game had gotten a perfect score on this site. One of my friends of Youtube got the game beforehand and released some of the first levels of the game on...