Total of 8 user reviews spread across 8 releases
In the spirit of Gothic, Piranha unveils another brilliant, gorgeous, and entirely unforgiving world.
Graphics: 9 - wonderful atmosphere Sound: 9 - excellent voice talent Gameplay: 6 - diverse (+), steep difficulty, lots of running (-) Replay Value: 7 - it'll be good next year, too Tilt: 9 - u...
The Guild 2: Venice
The patch promises some new stuff. We'll see.
If you read the official Gamespot review, you already know that the Guild 2: Venice doesn't really add anything to the franchise. In fact, all it really does is limit you to four maps and strip away ...
Gothic 3: Forsaken Gods
An unprofessional, incomplete expansion to Gothic III's story.
I've been a fan of the Gothic franchise since day-one, and despite the series' glaring flaws, underneath the bugs and insane difficulty one could always find a deep, engrossing world. That's precisel...
This is what happens when you release a game before testing it.
In the future I want a chance to amend this review and tell you Crysis Warhead is an awesome game, even better than its predecessor. Before that happens, however, Crytek needs to do some serious patc...
In my personal opinion, the best computer game ever made.
"Masterpiece" is the only word that can possibly describe Outcast. I like to start my reviews with a little history, so here we go. Outcast was Appeal's first and only game. Due to poor m...
Spiritual successor to Ultima Underworld and one of the most immersive games of all time.
It's been quite a while since I've actually played Arx Fatalis, but it will forever hold a place in my heart as one of the most immersive, atmospheric, and intriguing games ever created. It was suppo...
Warhammer: Mark of Chaos
An updated version of Dark Omen. No more, no less.
Let's get something straight: I've seen reviews comparing Mark of Chaos to the Total War series, but frankly I'm surprised no one has made the obvious connection to EA/Mindscape's Warhammer: Dark Ome...
The Guild 2
What should have been a simulation masterpiece is instead a technological nightmare.
What can I say about a game that I've barely been able to play because it consistently reboots my system? The idea is brilliant. Back when I was playing Europa 1400: the Guild, my biggest complain...