Total of 7 user reviews spread across 7 releases
Warlock: Master of the Arcane
One of the best turn-based strategy games in years.
What if Sid Meier's Civilization V was not based on the long term, historical progression of a nation, but instead revolved around a powerful mage leading his empire to victory through might and magic...
id Software's best shooter since before Doom 3.
All PC gamers who've been around the block at least once or twice know and respect id Software. From Wolfenstein to Doom to even Quake, this once tiny Texas-based developer has produced some of the mo...
A linear, overly scripted single-player shooter with a solid multiplayer component.
Goldeneye 007 is a mixed bag. You have some great moments to be relived and a solid, diverse multiplayer component, but at the same time there are key issues that bring down the game as a whole. T...
Madden NFL 95
One step forward, two steps backwards for the franchise.
Madden 95 for the Sega Genesis is a very frustrating football game that isn't really worthy of the franchise nor is it a great successor to the excellent Madden 94. There are several things that ar...
Medal of Honor Pacific Assault
An underrated, intense World War 2 shooter
If you're a veteran of the World War 2 shooter genre, you've been through it all without a doubt - all of Europe, at least. Have you ever fought in the Pacific, however? Sure, you've cleared fancy b...
Madden NFL 07
The one and only football game that makes you feel like an actual player
The first thing I noticed when comparing Madden 07 on the Wii to the XBOX 360 and PS3 was just how many more features were there. Long forgotten (and sorely missed) features such as Create-A-Team and ...
Blitz: The League (Platinum Hits)
This ain't no Madden ... this is better!
With the exclusivity of the NFL License falling into Electronic Arts' hands, football games are doomed, being limited only to EA's Madden series, right? Wrong. Blitz: The League branches off from ...