Total of 7 user reviews spread across 7 releases
Amnesia: The Dark Descent
One of the best - unexpectedly
When I first saw the concept and graphics of this game, I was totally put off by the idea. But this little diamond proved me wrong. You see, wannabe horror games turn out as action games for tis very ...
This game has a lot to offer to everyone.
Having played the sequel first (which was just about perfect), I didn't think I'd enjoy this one very much. The truth is I was really wrong. The storyline isn't at first look something you'd call ori...
Arcania: Gothic 4
Ok it's not what you'd expected a Gothic 4 to be, but it's still fun!
I could find a million defects of this one and pinpoint them,but it wouldn't do any good. And that's because, all in all, I had fun! Now what I thought of this game was: they had the budget, but not...
Ok the truth is it's not that great a game. But you don't have to throw it to the trash just for not being amazing!
Frankly, I expected more to come out of this concept. But It's not all that bad! You see,as much as I'd like to deny it, I really liked slowing time and running up and down shooting the crap out of s...
One of the best 3rd person shooters I've played. Great graphics, sounds effects, more than satisfying gameplay!
When I first saw the Deadspace trailer, I thought "oh great, another gruesome,full of splatter, meaningless shooter". After 5 minutes of gameplay, I had totally changed my mind. Deadspace is not yo...
I always liked the Castlevania series.This one is a really nice transition of the 2-D gameplay to the 3-D one.
To begin with, I must say that the Castlevania series is not for every gamer to enjoy. Some would say it is plain boring,repetitive,tiring and stuff like that.Although,anyone who has experienced gamin...
Not being much of a fan of CoD, I actually enjoyed playing this shooter..
As I mentioned in the Deck,i am not a warm fan of the Call Of Duty series.It might be the supernatural element, the use of powers that enrich the classic Run-and-gun shooter style.I always thught tha...