Total of 18 user reviews spread across 18 releases
A bad game that updated graphics couldn't salvage
With all the excitement surrounding Shadowfall and its incredible visuals, many players are no doubt interested in exploring the Killzone series' roots to gain a deeper understanding of the lore and g...
Demon's Souls is a unique and challenging RPG with superb level design, terrific combat, and creative online play.
This October, while Sony enthusiasts are vibrating with anticipation for the sequel to the PS3's critical darling Uncharted, another must-own Playstation exclusive has silently arrived in US stores......
A polarizing game which leaves pure action fans unsatisfied, but apeal to fans of stealth action and ninjas in general
Although Metal Gear Solid for the original Playstation is often sited as the first game to feature 3D stealth action on a home console, that honor actually belongs to Tenchu: Stealth Assassins, releas...
A thinking man's online FPS game where you can choose from a variety of abilities to suit a wide range of play styles.
Shadowrun is an online only shooter in which Tolkien-esque fantasy elements coexist alongside futuristic performance-enhancing technology. Although based off of the original FASA pencil and paper gam...
Red Steel serves up some unique action despite being rather launchy in places.
Despite the fact that Red Steel was heavily dissed by critics, I wanted a shooter for the Wii, and I already own Call of Duty 3 on the 360, so I purchased Red Steel with some trepidation. There are...
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Nijuu Spy
Double Agent is to Chaos Theory as Halo 2 is to Halo: the single player is a slight step back, but multi player shines
While checking out the trailer for Double Agent months before the game was eventually released, I was a little concerned when I saw Sam Fisher, the master of gadgets, remove his trademark night visio...
Bully taps into the universal experience of attending high school, and gets an A+ in the process.
Bully... the name alone brings with it sense of contraversy. As it turns out, instead of being a primer for kids to learn how to beat up their classmates, Bully is instead a highly entertaining, surp...
Great gameplay and tons of humor and personality, but lamentably restrictive design choices hinder the experience.
Dead Rising is a 3rd person action game that puts players in the shoes of Frank, the game’s photo-journalist protagonist. Frank has 72 game-hours to uncover the mysteries of the recent zombie epidemi...
N3 combines gorgeous visuals and perfect controls for a satisfying experience action fans shouldn't miss.
Ninety Nine Nights is an action game in the spirit of Dynasty Warriors and Kindom Under Fire which tasks players with killing hundreds upon hundreds of enemy soldiers using powerful melee combos and a...
Prey (Collector's Edition)
Q4 2006 is a long way off, but Prey will help you survive the cruel summer's gaming drought
Prey has a lot of things going for it; it's the best application of the Doom 3 engine to date, it's got a unique character with some never before seen gameplay elements, the level design breaks some ...
Battlefield 2: Modern Combat
A fun online shooter that is engaging and varied, despite it's inferiority to the PC version.
I have played (and loved) the PC version for a while now. It's great, and although the console version of Battlefield is enjoyable, it is a streamlined experience with less emphasis on teamwork. Thi...
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
An offline game that feels so alive it seems like it's online. Like a great MMORPG without the hassle of being social.
I could write a book on how much I love this game, but I will try to keep it short because the truth is, nobody really cares what I think, and I am really just writing this to silence the demon voices...
Perfect Dark Zero
It's not Halo, but that's good news for fans of Rare FPS games and those who just need a sold shooter for their new 360
Let it first be stated that I am a huge fan of the original Perfect Dark, as well as it's predecessor, Goldeneye. Before these games came out, console gamers had to contend with poor control schemes ...
Day of Defeat: Source
A classic game recieves a shiney new graphical upgrade, advanced physics, and some exciting new gameplay elements!
To begin, I must say that I play a lot of FPS games, both online and off. However, I can honestly say that I have played Day of Defeat in it's numerous iterations more that any other game... ever. W...
Best Online FPS, period! Amazing cooperative elements, graphics, and gameplay.
Although I am not generally a fan of squad combat games set in the present day (i.e. Delta Force, Rainbow 6), Battlefield 2 is far and away the best online shooter I have ever played, and I've played ...
Medal of Honor: European Assault
MOH:Euro Assault incorperates many features found in other popular shooters, but still manages to come off feeling fresh
It is important to note that I am a big fan of WWII themed shooters, hence the high reviewer's tilt. It is also important to mention that I have only played the 1st few levels of this game. This hav...
Not as great as I hoped, but not as bad as many reviews claim
Bottom Line: This game is worth renting if you like science fiction and action games, depsite the low score on this and other review sites. Sure, there are some things keeping it from being a terrifi...
James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing
THis game, like ea's successful LOTR:ROTK, is a well liscensed, highly polished game despite it's unremarkable gameplay. It is cool, but not overwhelmingly so. There are no real "WOW" moments (just ...