Total of 7 user reviews spread across 7 releases
Dante's Inferno: Shinkyoku Jigoku-Hen
While an admirable attempt at creating it's own path, this halfhearted attempt at a god of war clone falls short.
To say that the story of Dante's Inferno was uninteresting would be lying. The setting carries the narrative on it's back and the result is a visual tour de force that leaves the senses tingling. Howe...
Mass Effect 3
Epic game franchises ending falls flat!
Since 2007 after I played the first Mass Effect, I was in love with the universe and characters that were acting in the space epic opera I was playing. The way the game handled decision making with re...
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Skyrim is a game that draws you into the experience and never lets go. Glitches sully an otherwise amazing adventure.
I spent over an hour to track down Skyrim from a local redbox, it was sold out in the majority, so when I finally found a copy I was relieved. The plan was to get my feet wet in the game, create a cha...
Crysis 2 lives up to the original and also provides a robust multiplayer experience that will have you begging for more!
Crysis 2 is a game that claims to be the best looking game period. This claim is mostly fact, though a few graphical hiccups mar an otherwise flawless presentation. The water is amazing and the enviro...
Skullgirls is an inspired fighter that remains true to classic fighting conventions, while creating a style of it's own!
The obvious draw of Skullgirls is the all-girl beautifully animated cast. This is the first thing that caught my eye when I saw a preview of this game a few months ago. Now after playing the finished ...
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Nintendo manages an impressive origin story for their ultimate adventure franchise.
I'll start off this review by saying that this game is what drove me to finally purchase a Nintendo Wii. After watching just a few game-play videos, I felt that this could be something special. A game...
Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi
This game is a feast for the eyes, but the glossy exterior hides a parasite that drains away all the fun.
I have been a fan of Dragon Ball since I was first exposed to the series in 1998. Ever since I have brought VHS, DVD, and yes even video games to experience more of that interesting universe that Aki...