Total of 13 user reviews spread across 13 releases
Game Dev Story
A simple premise and a simple design, Game Dev Story will take away your day faster than you wish.
Just by chance I had managed to catch the remainder of the GDC Award Show and caught the Best Handheld Award presentation. The nominees showed a few PSP and DS games, but also a few iPhone/iTouch/iPa...
Combining two games in one, Darwinia+ is a fantastic game that works well on the 360.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to control the fates of a race of green stick figures? No? Well with Darwinia+ on the X360, you can help the little green guys survive a threat of extinc...
Halo 3 is everything people were expecting, yet it somewhat falls short of greatness.
I remember back when Halo CE first booted up on my Xbox way back five years ago. It had it all, a fantastic story matched with a fantastic pre-Xbox Live multiplayer game. Now four years later and a ...
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
With the proposition of controlling the force like never before, The Force Unleashed is hit by numerous problems.
Ah The Force Unleashed. Probably the most looked for game in Star Wars history upon its announcement with Darth Vader's secret apprentice as the protagonist. Being able to use the force in a whole new...
Created by the same people behind Tony Hawk, Gun nevertheless comes off as a fun experience.
Gun is an interesting game. Created by those cooky guys behind the great Tony Hawk series, Gun is best described as a somewhat true representation to life in the Old West. Gun is all in all, a san...
Cyber Troopers Virtual On: Oratorio Tangram
A game that could have used a dual joystick controller, Oratorio Tangram, nevertheless, comes in as a blast to play.
The Dreamcast is pretty much known as the premier fighting console. You've got Street Fighter, Guilty Gear X (for you importers), King of Fighters, Soul Calibur, and everything else made by Capcom an...
One of the hidden gems for the Xbox, Phantom Dust provides a new and interesting gameplay.
Phantom Dust is a little hard to explain. It's a card-based game, but without the cards. Sound interesting? Then read on. If not, then go look at Halo. Anyway, Phantom Dust takes place in a fut...
Lost Kingdom will probably lock in as one of the lost surprises of the Gamecube.
Role-playing games have never been the strong suit for the Gamecube. As such, any rpg fan that own a Cube should be on the look out for Lost Kingdoms. Lost Kingdoms is a real time card-based rpg, ...
Namco tried something different for their second installment in the Soul Calibur series, and succeeded.
Back in 1999, Namco released a fighting game under the name of Soul Calibur. It quickly became known as one of the best fighting games ever. Sadly, the first game of the series was released on the n...
Skies of Arcadia Legends
While it may be written off as a port, there's enough new stuff to make this a perfect game for everyone.
To truly describe Skies of Arcadia Legends is to call it a Director's Cut/Extended Edition of the Dreamcast original. The central story and gameplay is the same, but add in a couple new features and ...
Star Wars: Empire at War
The newest entry in an attempt to create a great strategy game in the Star Wars universe falls short.
Strategy games and Star Wars, thought to be a great combination, haven't quite worked out that well. Rebellion and Force Commander were duds, although Rebellion is a different type of strategy game, ...
Star Wars: Battlefront II
It's getting there.
In 2003, Lucasarts unleashed Star Wars Battlefront to the gaming market promising players the joy of partaking in some of the series immense battles as seen in the movies. The first game did bring su...