Total of 9 user reviews spread across 9 releases
Batman: Arkham Asylum
you don't have to be a Batman fan to truly appreciate that this game is a masterpiece, and well designed from all angles
First off, I'd like to say that I was never too much of a fan of Batman. I enjoyed the first two movies with Michael Keaton, and the two movies with Christian Bale, but I was never in the least too in...
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time Re-Shelled
Wihle they did a great job taking this from 2D to 3D, I was entirely let down by the missing levels and bosses.
At first I wasn't entirely sold on a 3D remake of Turtles in Time. I wasn't sure that a 3D game could have the same charm and stir up sentimental feelings of playing this game on my SNES years ago. Bu...
Ghostbusters: The Video Game
not only surprisingly good, but exceptionally well, not just for fans of the series, but for anybody that loves games
First off, anybody worried about the transition of the movie to the video game can rest assured that the Ghostbusters video game is as faithful to the series as can be. Not only has the game/movie bar...
fun for a short while but lacks any lasting replay value, though to some may be worth it when the price drops to $20
I originally played The Club demo provided by XBL and found it to be quite a fun game, but I was skeptical of paying upward of $60 at its release as I found that even though the gameplay was fun, it w...
Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2
Geometry Wars 2 is even more evolved!!
Geometry Wars is back with an even more visually stimulating and challenging experience, bringing with it six different gameplay modes, glowing in psychedelic design both visually and auditorily. Like...
Despite all the controversy, this is still just a so-so game, but fans of the original Manhunt might feel it's worth it.
ABOUT THE VIOLENCE: The violence in this game doesn't even compare to the first. The execution filters added to the ERSB "M" rated version have taken away the thrill of the kill. The only re...
hmmm... it's hard to sum this game up in 120 characters, but here I go... it's ****ing awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
After this entire wait, it's quite a satisfying experience to know that John Woo's Stranglehold didn't fall into the ranks of mediocrity. Though it seems like a typical shooter, it is anything but. Wh...
The best PS3 exclusive thus far... but that's really not saying a whole lot. In the end, it's just "okay".
People have loved to rip on the PS3 for a while. I admit, I've been one; though, I feel I have more of a right than most since I actually own one. In short, everything has been anything but great. Die...