User Reviews & Ratings
Total of 8 user reviews spread across 8 releases
If you enjoy fast paced, responsive action, don't mind the Eberron setting and the dated graphics, you'll enjoy DDO.
Dungeons and Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited (or DDO) is a free-to-play instanced massively multiplayer online role playing game run by Turbine Inc set in the semi-steampunk fantasy world of Eberron. There, you create ... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Garshasp is an indie title that, while rough in the edges, has gold in the inside. It is, at its core, a stylish action game a la Devil May Cry spiced with finishers a la Darksiders (some involving quick time events a l... Read Full Review4 of 7 users found the following review helpful
If you enjoy good stories and can forgive some rough mechanics, Kane & Lynch may be worth your while.
Kane & Lynch is a title with a lot of personality. Many things it does, it does differently than the competition. A story-driven buddy-movie-like game with unconventional buddies that serves as an unconventional FPS spri... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Innovative mechanics, huge gameworld (for its time and age standards) and a great music score make AP a noteworthy RPG.
Abandoned Places is an invitation to nostalgia. More so in my case; it's the first PC game I ever bought, 16 years ago, no less. Time to repay the good times it bestowed upon me with this concise review. Abandoned Place... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Great scale and some outstanding game mechanics turn a rough-on-the-edges title into a surprisingly addictive experience
First and foremost, I'm reviewing Two Worlds 1.6 (official patch). Hence the differences between my review and Gamespot's official one, which are few but very significant – otherwise I wouldn't bother to write this revie... Read Full Review10 of 10 users found the following review helpful
Hero Online is a Korean-style MMORPG which makes up for a noticeable lack of variety with its gameplay, and its price.
Hero Online is a free to download, free to play Korean-style MMORPG based on the Hero movie and set in ancient China that has enough qualities in it to make it a serviceable videogame. There are some paid services, but t... Read Full Review19 of 20 users found the following review helpful
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is a new milestone in computer gaming, for many reasons. It offers a world which is huge as few, extreme freedom of action (the trademark of TES series), incredible look and feel, superbly ... Read Full Review5 of 8 users found the following review helpful
Dragonshard is a could-have-been RTS title that sounded as good on paper as it didn't deliver on screen.
Dragonshard managed to raise my expectations to certain heights, since the idea of having a RTS game placed into a Dungeons & Dragons setting together with some RPG elements quite tickled my fancy. However, the aftertast... Read Full Review2 of 2 users found the following review helpful