Total of 6 user reviews spread across 6 releases
Dungeons of Dredmor
This addictive roguelike will frustrate you and still have you coming back for more punishment. Yeah, take it.
This is one of those games that goes under the radar. Roguelikes are not for everybody, but Dungeons of Dredmor breathes some new life to the genre. I've played through this umpteen times on "Rogue" (...
Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm
An excellent addition to the Starcraft series. (This is strictly a review based on the campaign/narrative.)
Again, this review is strictly on the narrative/gameplay. While I've been a Starcraft player since I was a lad, I'm not going to comment on the multiplayer, though I may touch on the user interface of...
Easy to pick up and play, and it will suck you in. Highly memorable with good replay value.
This game is charming. Between the beautiful art style and music selection, the constant narration by an excellent voice actor, and the fast-paced, often challenging gameplay, there's very little not ...
Spec Ops: The Line
What has been seen...
So I'm not much a fan of first-person shooters. I am, however, a big fan of a good narrative, and after watching Yahtzee recommend this game, I decided to take a crack at it. The pros: I was ge...
I didn't believe the hype at first. Boy was I wrong.
This game is really, really, really, really fun. I'm starting this review off with that because you need to play it if you have a gaming bone in your body. Firstly, this is done on the Unreal engin...
XCOM: Enemy Unknown
Difficulty might be a turn-off to some (and a turn-on to others), but you can't deny its replayability.
As a long-time player of the D20 system, as soon as I was shown XCOM:EU I rushed to check it out. I was pleased to see that like some other D20-using games (lookin' at you, Temple of Elemental Evil), ...