Total of 12 user reviews spread across 12 releases
Excitebots: Trick Racing
Ridiculous fun meets bland production values: This is a solid racing experience that needs a better pit crew behind it.
ExciteBots is such incredible fun, it's hard not to recommend it. Technically, it's a B-level production that gains ground in its gameplay but is hurt by its repetitive locations, bad music and dreadf...
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10
Tiger Woods 10 not only demonstrates the accuracy of Wii MotionPlus, but also delivers a solid package on all fronts.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 is one easy buy. For $59.99 you get the brand new Wii MotionPlus accessory that optimizes the WIi's motion capability, the best golf gameplay ever created and so many features ...
Super Mario Galaxy
Super Mario Galaxy is a refreshing venture away from traditional game design linking gaming's past, present, and future.
Super Mario Galaxy represents Nintendo's leap into the next generation. Excellent production values, revolutionary level design, and solid gameplay make for an experience not seen anywhere else. Super...
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
Prime 3 manages to evolve upon FPS control and have some of the best visuals on Wii, but has it strayed from its roots?
Metroid Prime 3 manages a lot of things. Not only has it accomplished to be the single defining Wii game that represents just what Wii is capable of, it has also set a bar for all other WIi games to s...
World of Goo
World of Goo combines phenomenal gameplay, style, and production values to rip you through one hell of a game.
World of Goo's largest accomplishment is in no one individual feat, but in the combination of everything purposefully crafted into the game. The combination of gameplay, style, and production values i...
LostWinds is a beautiful and creative launch to a franchise, but its gameplay elements leave much to be desired.
While LostWinds succeeds at mixing a beautiful world, creative gameplay elements, calming music, and a building story, it fails to deliver a fully satisfying experience. -----------------------------...
Braid is a testament to the potential of video games proving that gameplay should always be the foundation of all games.
It is obvious that Jonathan Blow, Braid's sole designer, lovingly crafted his game. Taking 3 years to make, Braid is easily the most inspired title on Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade service. It further ...
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Super Smash Bros. Brawl is a disappointment for not adding quality additions to an already great formula.
Super Smash Brothers Brawl has a history of being Nintendo's greatest local multiplayer game. Luckily, Nintendo doesn't mess with that history in Brawl, but they fail to add anything else of quality t...
Advance Wars: Days of Ruin
Advance Wars Days of Ruin refines the existing Advance Wars formula, adding different units instead of just larger ones.
Advance Wars has always been a series full of unrealistic settings, characters, units, and stories. Days of Ruin attempts to change that with its more gritty approach. It succeeds on several fronts. ...
Nintendogs: Miniature Dachshund & Friends
Nintendogs accomplishes exactly what is expected from a dog simulator, but fails to continuously impress its audience.
Nintendogs starts a new chapter in Nintendo history in appealing to completely new audiences. As always, Nintendo gives its audience a beautifully crafted game, but not as familiar, a very limited gam...
No More Heroes
No More Heroes has several flaws, but it succeeds in mixing unique ideas, visceral gameplay, and incredible characters.
No More Heroes is built around its boss encounters. Everything shines during these moments whether it be the gameplay, graphics, sound, or even style. The rest of the game, however, fails to match the...
Super Mario Bros.
Super Mario Bros.'s addictive gameplay saves the industry from stagnant games but leaves plenty of room for improvement.
Super Mario Bros. is the classic we all know and love, but mostly for nostalgic reasons. If you are old enough to remember purchasing the game with your brand new Nintendo Entertainment System, you wi...