Total of 6 user reviews spread across 6 releases
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories
Reboot, not retread: a hectic hunt in a wintry wasteland
On the Wii any navigation issues the series used to have are basically wiped away. It's still a point and shoot experience, but with the Wii remote and a pretty forgiving interface, finding your way t...
Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse
Searching still shots can cleanse curses
A kid's single-player game with plenty of different levels, puzzles, and a bit of a plot line. Princess Isabella consists of a series of still images that you point and click on to locate items, solve...
Searching the darkness for scares
Definitely for kids, this game has nice, if cartoonish, visuals and does a decent job with the sound effects. Groans, moans, laughs, and various bumps in the night serve the creepy feeling well, witho...
Silent Hill 2 (Special 2 Disc Set)
Disturbing sound and visuals make this a dread–full game (please forgive the pun)
Navigating the environment took a bit of time to get used to (and in fact is still troublesome in some parts of the game) but the visuals are so compelling and the music and sound effects so atmospher...
Huge scope but requires partnering
I am not an online gamer… I like playing at home and usually solo, but if not, the other player should be in the same room with me. So there's my bias right out front. Having said that, this game was ...
Champions of Norrath
Hack and Slash dungeon crawl, leveling, and item creation
I picked this game because I was comfortable with the Snowblind game engine and because I enjoyed Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance II (BGDA II). It's a typical RPG format… you create a character (Barbarian...