Total of 12 user reviews spread across 12 releases
Red Dead Redemption
This game offers complete immersion into a Wild West novel, complete with believable characters, acting, and action.
This game is like a dream come true for anyone who has ever really enjoyed a Western movie like Tombstone, or The Good, Bad & the Ugly. The rugged individual rides again in a world that is as raw and...
Bioshock, 1 1/2 years later, is still the best single player first person shooter experience on the market.
I love this game and its beautiful, interesting, dark, savage, fantastic, and interesting world. I don't want to bore you with re-reviewing this game, but I wanted to put in my two cents and say that...
BF2 is still the best. A wonderful blend of action and strategy that will keep you and your friends immersed.
I just wanted to enter this review to point out that there has been no improvement over Battlefield 2 in the multiplayer tactical shooter genre. Other games, including Bad Company, have improved in s...
World of Goo
This is a wildly imaginative, additive puzzler with a tactile feel, a great soundtrack, and eminent replay-ability.
I bought World of Goo when if first came out. A week later, I bought a new computer with a Quad-core CPU, 8GB of memory, and a near top-of-the-line graphics card. Along with the new computer, I boug...
Grand Theft Auto IV
The 4th installment of the franchise delivers, but it lacks a few choice elements from the old ones.
Over 500 reviews have been written by Gamespot members about this game, so I'm just going to tell you what I miss about GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas that I really wish they would have included ...
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
Guitar Hero III is very entertaining... for the first two days that you own it.
Guitar Hero III was my first foray into the world of braille guitar. In the very beginning, as a guitar player, it is very strange to hit one button and hear six notes come out. As you increase in d...
WarioWare: Smooth Moves
Party entertainment for the chemically addled, Saturday morning activity for six -year-olds, or Japanimation crack-dream
I respect other people's high opinion of this game. It is indeed creative, and it does indeed take advantage of the Wii Remote (Form Baton or Wiimote). But, as you can tell from my use of the word &...
Vanguard: Saga of Heroes
Vanguard is truly the vanguard of MMO gaming: say hello to an MMO that IS NOT all grinding.
Vanguard: Saga of Heros, released today is a challenging and hard-core MMO, which is the complex gamer's answer to World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade. I have been Beta testing this game, and have...
Transport Tycoon Deluxe
Freakin' awesome. Go to www.abandonia.com and download this game for free, and also www.openttd.com.
I miss this game. I really really miss this game.I miss this game. I really really miss this game.I miss this game. I really really miss this game.I miss this game. I really really miss this game....
Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach
DDO has some advantages over WoW, but it is not an MMO in the same sense, nor as fun.
I played the stress test, the open beta, and subscribed for a couple of months, so basically I played levels 1-4 at least 5 times with 5 different classes. I believe I can summarize this game in few ...
This game is second only to Sid Meier's original Civilization as one of the best games of all time.
This game is so incredibly addictive. It is amazingly advanced for its time. The newer railroad tycoons may embellish the gameplay, but they really don't improve it much. Build tracks from sett...
This is the underappreciated game of 2005-06. It is fascinating and addictive and not as simple as it appears.
Darwinia should be noticed by the real-time strategy genre and copied for all its worth. Generally, the genre has moved into greater and greater building complexity and flashier graphics, yet never i...