Total of 18 user reviews spread across 18 releases
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Once modded, this is the best RPG you will have ever played
Mod-free, this game gets a 7/10 from me. Once modded, this game becomes brilliant. I wanted to give Oblivion a great score right out of the box, I really did, but I just cannot accept that Bethesd...
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Same complaint as with Morrowind: In a game this gorgeous, there is no excuse for such ugly npc models and voices.
For the amazingly excellent review that this game deserves, please see my review of it for the PC. I wanted to give Oblivion for the Xbox360 a great score, I really did, but I just cannot accept th...
Neverwinter Nights 2
An excellent RPG. The system requirements are massive, but it's worth it. I haven't played around with the toolset yet..
Neverwinter Nights 2 is a solid RPG. However, there are some minor things that can cause a lot of aggravation when you add them all up. Gameplay Positives: Everything you've come to expect from a B...
Neverwinter Nights 2: Mask of The Betrayer
An enjoyable expansion with an interesting plot, but they tried too hard to make it feel "epic/high-level"
The same fantastic graphics as NWN2. The same solid gameplay, including some new race/class/prestige class options. Add in the "Epic-Level" options for playing a character that's higher than 20th leve...
Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution
No customization options = tiny game world, too much water, and too many nations to share what little land mass exists
Whoa! It's rare that I disagree with one of GameSpot's reviews, but I have to veer well away from them on this one. I tried as hard as I could not to let my experience with Civ4 on the PC cloud my rev...
At the time, this might have been an adequate filler while we all waited for the real RPG's to start coming out. But....
As it stands, this game is a horrible waste of time. Gameplay Positives: Like most RPG's, you get a good mix of choices at character creation. i.e. Fighter-focused, Mage-focused, or Thief-focused,...
The Matrix Online
Sick of the myriad fantasy MMO's bombarding the market? The Matrix Online is the answer. Possibly the best MMO to date.
I'll have to admit. I had my reservations when I heard they were making an MMO based on the Matrix Trilogy. I mean, how could they possibly capture the stylish look and feel of the movies, as well as ...
Lineage II: The Chaotic Chronicle
Update - The best graphics and PvP of any MMORPG to date. Level grind is improving, but player-run economy is horrendous
Simply stated, this is a graphically-stunning game that has a few minor annoyances but will only get better and better over time. Since I first wrote this review, there have been 2 major expansions/up...
Champions: Return to Arms
This is an expansion pack, not a sequel! Do not expect anything new! Shame on Snowblind for passing it off as a sequel.
When I saw that Snowblind was putting out a sequel to the best action rpg on the PS2, I was severely stoked. I had visions of a cool new storyline, new playable races and classes, amazing new locales,...
Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines
An amazing game, especially if you're a fan of the pen & paper version. This game exhibits some amazing potential.
For fans of White Wolf's Vampire: The Masquerade tabletop rpg, it's been a long wait for another computer rpg based on the franchise. The last one was Vampire: The Masquerade - Redemption. VtMR was an...
Let's see....gorgeous graphics...skimpy latex outfits....not a half bad game....I'll give it a C+
Rumble Roses, like Dead or Alive Extreme Beach Volleyball, is another one of those guilty pleasure games that actually has some merit as a game as well. Unfortunately, unlike DOAXBV, its gameplay coul...
The progenitor of the action rpg genre. This classic game is a must own for any fan of fantasy gaming.
This brilliant game started it all back in the 90's. Because of Diablo, companies realized they could release a graphically rich, 3rd person rpg that would still appeal to fans of the fast-paced, real...
Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast
Some minor content additions take the form of side quests and a barely expanded map. Not enough to make it great.
Reviewer's Tilt: The Tales of the Sword Coast expansion pack, while innovative in that it successfully introduces the concept of expansion packs (previous attempts for other pc rpg's failed miserably...
The revolutionary game that revitalized the PC RPG. A classic!
Back when Baldur's Gate first came out. The computer RPG as a genre was in a drastic downward spiral. First-Person Shooters and Real-Time Strategy games were the order of the day. For RPG fanatics who...
Champions of Norrath
The magnificent evolution of Diablo-esque games. A few unnecessary bugs are the only drawbacks.
After finishing Champions of Norrath, I realized that I still owned Diablo and Diablo II. The first words out of my mouth were "What's the point?" Champions of Norrath has everything that Diablo fans ...
Dead or Alive: Xtreme Beach Volleyball
Shamelessly targeted to a specific demographic? Undeniably. Looking beyond that, is it a good game? Absolutely, but.....
There's always a "but", isn't there? I'll get to that in a second. The overall jist of DOAXBV is the displaying of the female characters from the Dead or Alive fighting games in the most revealing and...
Dead or Alive 3 (Classics)
The best 3D hand-to-hand game on the market, but there is room for improvement.
Dead or Alive 3 is the best hand-to-hand fighter game on the market, hands down. The incorporation of multi-tiered combat environments and stunning lush graphics outclass the competition completely. T...
A feast for the senses, Fable delivers the exciting, well-designed rpg that Xbox fans have been waiting for.
At first glance, Fable is a very good rpg. The graphics are outstanding; the music, voice talent, and sound effects are superb, and the script delivers an exciting story (albeit somewhat rpg-standard)...