Total of 13 user reviews spread across 13 releases
FIFA 07 Soccer
Probably the most well-balanced FIFA yet. Plenty for any football fan to enjoy time and again.
Although FIFA 2009 is literally a day away from release thus making this review incredibly belated, I still figure it's worth a shot. You see, I'm one of those players constantly playing catch up to ...
Ninja Gaiden Black
The game every hardcore gamer dreams about.
Ninja Gaiden Black is perhaps the definitive action-adventure game. Mixing classic swashbuckling combat with a near-flawless game engine and reasonably engrossing story, everyone who appreciates a re...
Grand Theft Auto IV
It's not evolution when you remove core gameplay features that have been the backbone since the series inception, is it?
After three years of build-up we finally have the next installment in one of the longest running franchises in the business. It is a shame then, that considering the power and efficiency of the seven...
IN-DEPTH REVIEW: a handful of great features prevent Halo 2 from being just another dull FPS.
Gameplay: 8 Although the single-player game is short, it has pretty decent replay value thanks to the AI used. There are several different ways both allies and foes react when in battle which mean...
Fight Night Round 2
A great stylistic mix of arcade and realism combine to make Fight Night Round 2 a stunning boxing game.
I will first of all point out that I haven't played the original game though I have spent a little time playing the third iteration on the XBOX360. Gameplay: 9 The strongest feature of the game ...
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
A picturesque setting, a plethora of sports cars and Ray Liotta make this the finest GTA game yet.
I've been playing the Grand Theft Auto franchise since the demo of the original game came out late in 1997. Ten years and at least ten games later, I still believe Vice City gets the mixture just rig...
Gears of War
Graphically superior to many shooters but lacking what makes a classic one: depth, plot and replay value.
I know Gears of War is a game which generally garners great reviews from every gamer, hailing it as a masterpiece of seventh generation technology and gameplay, but even so I am appalled to see how ma...
A lewd, rude, frequently amusing premise married to a shaky, buggy game engine.
7 SIns is not the sort of game most gamers will line up to play. In fact, a lot of people may write it off as another bad clone with 'racy' content, to appeal to no-one other than filthy perverts who...
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Offers some improvements over the other GTA3 games, but feels oversaturated.
I have a formula when it comes to playing GTA-like games. If the sandbox is too big or too small, things get stilfing. In GTA3:II (aka Vice City) I felt everything was just right, like Goldilocks th...
Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence (First Print Limited Edition)
Arguably the BEST Metal Gear iteration. If MGS4 tops this, I'll eat my fedora.
It's hard to review a franchise as legendary as Metal Gear without coming off as some kind of review-happy quote whore. As the series is one of the longest-running (over twenty years) and most consis...
A few major technical problems with the game engine and some plot holes prevent this from being a masterpiece.
As a diehard gamer since I bought my first Master System as a kid, I've seen gaming grow an an incredible rate. I've also seen the market saturated with first and third person shooters of variable qu...
God of War (Greatest Hits)
The God of all action-adventure games.
I've always had a soft spot for action-adventure games. There is something more satisfying about decapitating an enemy with a midair swing of a blade or a searing burst of colourful magic than merely...
God of War II
A disappointing follow-up, lacking the depth and choice of the original.
I was a huge fan of the original God of War. I thought it was a great game, getting story, pacing, environments, character development and gameplay completely spot-on. I liked it so much I completed...