Total of 11 user reviews spread across 11 releases
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist
More stealth immersion while preserving viscerality, brings back the old gadgets and corpse-hauling, adds more!
Once again, Gamespot grants a rather chincy rating to a great classic game. Everything that disappointed people about Conviction (and, for many, Double Agent) has been rectified, in my opinion. Bl...
This guitar and bass learning game definitely works, and if you're persistent, you'll be at least a passable musician.
I've played several different musical instruments in my time, including bass guitar, but I was never able to quite get the knack of playing guitar. Now I get my chance. The tutorial system, from...
Battlefield: Bad Company 2
This is the electric crack. Going on four years on the shelves and it's still a winner. Jump into this game and KILL.
I came late to the table on this game, but I must say, it brings flavor and character back to first-person shooters. The campaign is more than worth playing through and creates some of the most memor...
A serious blast of fun on an Asus Android Tablet. Visual feast with easy interface and fluid action. Get headless!
Dead Trigger keeps the story simple: it's a zombie apocalypse. In a series of missions you find survivors, assist them, and build up your equipment and resources. The game follows the free-to-pla...
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Hearthfire
Skyrim gets a little more immersive with this DLC, and creating and building a house is just plain fun.
You get three shots at homesteading in Skyrim; up to three different (specific) holds will allow you to buy land and build a house. The building system is very modular if a bit uniform. You don't...
Star Wars: The Old Republic
Improving significantly; easier to group with other players since developers have been consolidating servers. Try it!
While I still miss the much more solid feeling of community I had in Star Wars Galaxies while I helped build player cities; while I still miss the hobby of searching for resources and building things...
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard
Best part is crafting arrows & Dragonbone weapons, new Shouts, but story, NPC's & places are great.
The official GS reviewer was a bit harsh in his rating of 7, but otherwise, he's on-the-mark - except I didn't experience any bugs. Crafting arrows of all kinds is outstanding. Dragonbone weapons ...
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Meticulous detail, powerful storytelling, the culmination of the Elder Scrolls story that is a gift from mighty Talos!
It staggers me that GS has given this masterpiece a mere '9'. It's the lowest rating I've seen for 'Skyrim' amongst the dozen or so that I've read online. This game's mind-blowing detail, world real...
Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron
Not just a revamp of Renegade Squadron, but a real evolution of Battlefronts on PSP.
At first, I thought Elite Squadron was just a revamp of Renegade Squadron with vastly better graphics. However, it really builds on the features in Renegade Squadron and makes the game more interesti...
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
Here is your lightsaber fighting game! Forget all the anime crap! And massive storyline!
I don't understand what the hell is wrong with these GS and other industry reviewers. This game is actually relatively trouble-free. I was expecting much more clank and frankly, the thing works ve...
Warhammer 40,000: Squad Command
WH40K 'Squad Command' is an excellent game for the PSP, and the 'problems' are truly minimal. GS' rating is unfair.
Generally I think GameSpot does a great job of reviewing games, but every once in a while they say something that just doesn't make sense. For example, Monster Hunter 2 (PSP) received a rating that s...