Total of 11 user reviews spread across 11 releases
Warlock: Master of the Arcane
Potentially a great game, feels like a beta rather than a release, and cliche, but yes, majesty meets civ.
Paradox Interactive is imo one of the superior publishers, though their titles tend to come across more as underdone or underbudget than bad. Their latest publishing from Ino-co is no exception. Warlo...
Mass Effect 3
A... weird ending, not as fleshed out squad interaction as was promised and some really weird decisions gameplay wise.
The final episode of the Commander Shepard saga is finally here. The reapers are here in force and are kicking ass, and against all odds Shepard and the rest of the Normandy crew are going to save the...
Europa Universalis III Chronicles
Great fun, strangely addictive, though the AI and pathfinding will aggravate you and the mechanics bamboozle you.
Europa Universalis 3 chronicles is a compilation of all Europa Universalis 3 and it's expansions. EU3 allows you to choose from a large variety of countries, with different sizes, cultural groups, rel...
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
Fable: The gritty and trying-to-be-serious chapters. Okay, a simplification, but close.
So mortals crashed a world, upset the immortals that lived there, some immortals decided to mess around with bad juju and attack the mortals, and one of the slain mortals comes back to life through te...
L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition
Fiddly controls, needs good computer to run decently, poor minigame sequences for the most part, good deal of potential.
LA Noire sets you as a cop that joined the force soon after world war 2. Starting on patrol and working your way through various desks, you come across a huge criminal conspiracy involving several hig...
Majesty 2 Collection
Fun game that's worth the bargain price, though there is questionable design flaws inherent in it. Minor spoilers.
Majesty 2 sets you up as the ruler of Ardania, a place where peasants get slaughtered on a disturbingly regular basis, heroes are pretty damn stupid and enemies and random lairs don't bother to change...
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Another disappointing descent in a favourite old-time role playing universe
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim. Set over 200 years since Martin saved the world, the champ he was. Since then, the birthsigns have gone and have been replaced with rocks, mysticism has gone and scattered...
Fallout: New Vegas
Entomology and hunter perks wouldn't make a dent against these bugs, if you could even bother to get that far.
For a game that has been out half a year Fallout: New Vegas still suffers from an immense amount of bugs. Using the same engine as Fallout 3 and Elder Scrolls: Oblivion, New Vegas has you as a courier...
Majesty 2: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim
Poor AI and hero personality, silly design issues and few skirmish maps stop this game from being a sleeper hit.
Not even knowing about Majesty 1, I picked up Majesty 2 for $20 at a nearby store. The premise of the game is a good one - you are a king tasked with retaking your throne from a demon, so off through ...
Dragon Age II
Poor combat, lacklustre story, recycled environments and forgettable characters make DA2 a disappointment.
Dragon Age 2 starts off roughly the same time as the other game in the Dragon Age series, Dragon Age: Origins. Your hero escapes the darkspawn, kicks some tail and ruffles some feathers before a big c...
A good game, but it isn't Fallout.
It was hard to award this game such a score, but in the end I think it's what it deserves. Utilising the same engine that powered Oblivion, the game feels and acts like oblivion in a lot of ways. The ...