Total of 6 user reviews spread across 6 releases
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Beautiful, immersive, lengthy and absolutely fun.
It was 2 AM, I was stumbling through a tight passage, fighting off skeletons that are following me. I'm hurt, trying to fight them and I keep crushing their limbs and kicking them. I feel like a warri...
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
It's not bad, but it certainly isn't that great.
Call of Duty has been a repetitive mess these past few years. I ended up hating Black Ops, and the older games are now plagued by hackers and modders. Infinity Ward has gone through hell too, fighting...
An experience of the ages and a testament in the world of gaming.
Sometimes, a game is released that pushes the bar so high, the industry becomes better for it. The original BioShock, released in 2007, did this. It preached for games to strengthen their game worlds ...
Zombie Estate II
A gory good time. *Quick Review*
I enjoyed playing this game a lot. There are four distinct maps and over 80 weapons to choose from. These weapons range from simple shotguns to rocket launchers that shooter exploding cows (seriously)...
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Despite its predecessors' flaws, Black Ops II manages to be a much more refreshing outing.
The Call of Duty franchise has always boasted explosive campaigns and deep multiplayer experiences. Black Ops II is no exception. Along with its basic single-player flair, the game debuts a choice sys...
Halo 4 (Wireless Controller Bundle)
Master Chief is back for yet another adventure. Is it as good as its predecessors?
When it comes to first-person shooters, I like to reflect on all of the fun times I had on Halo 3 from 2007 to 2010. Halo 3 was amazing, had tons of features, and like Halo 2; was way ahead of its tim...