Total of 115 user reviews spread across 115 releases
Batman: Arkham Origins
Arkham Origins is weak in comparison to the other Arkham games, but it's still a solid title worthy of the Batman name.
Batman: Arkham Asylum was an awesome game that took everyone by surprise in 2009 and Batman: Arkham City raised the bar in 2011. Now, 2013, we have our third game in the Arkham franchise.Right off the...
Super Mario Collection Special Pack
For a 25th Anniversary Collection, Nintendo could've done much better than this.
It's amazing how 25 years have passed for our iconic red plumber. Mario has spawned over a hundred games during that time, spinoffs included, with platformers obviously being the highpoint of his care...
RockMan 6: Shijou Saidai no Tatakai!!
Honestly, Mega Man 6 was a rather weak way to end the classic NES era of the Mega Man franchise.
After 5 games on the NES, Mega Man had to go out with a bang. Instead, it went out with a whimper. What makes it even more obvious was the fact that NINTENDO was the one that published this game and...
Mega Man X2 tries to one-up the success of its first installment, but it does not do a good job at it.
After the success of the first Mega Man X game, Capcom comes back with the sequel: Mega Man X2. Like the first game, you must venture into the hostile territory of eight mavericks that showed up mo...
Batman: Arkham City - Harley Quinn's Revenge
It's an okay addition to the already awesome Arkham City, but it could've been left out altogether.
Harley Quinn's Revenge takes place after the ending to Batman: Arkham City. Don't expect to see Catwoman again or revisit any of the other locations in the game as you will isolated to the one area o...
Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception
Naughty Dog continues the role they had with the third (and possibly final) installment of the Uncharted series.
Uncharted: Drake's Fortune was the beginning of a brand new franchise for Sony and the PlayStation 3. Uncharted 2: Among Thieves took what the first game had and improved it for the better in some as...
It's always a blast to kill zombies alone or with a friend.
Dead Nation is like your stereotypical zombie-apocalypse game. You and a female are one of the few survivors left in what was left of a town completely devastated by a zombie infection. From here yo...
True Crime: New York City
The only 'True Crime' around here was that this 'game' was released to the general public at full price at the time.
True Crime: New York City was the second game of the franchise and the sequel to True Crimes: Streets of L.A. that came out over two years ago at the time. In this game, you play as a thug now turned...
WWE '13 follows the same formula as its revamped predecessor, WWE '12, but improves on it in so many ways.
The SmackDown vs Raw series got the major overhaul that it needed after being around for close to 10 years now. The series went back to face buttons input, new additions such as 'limb target' were br...
The Sly Trilogy
Missed out on the Sly Cooper series on the PS2?<br /> <br /> No worries. Get all 3 for the price of 1 on the PS3.
The Sly Cooper series were one of the overlooked franchises during the PS2 era. Now you can experience the world of Sly Cooper (or re-experience it again) with the Sly Collection. All three have b...
The birth of an underrated franchise.
Mario and Sonic were, and still are, the kings of platforming. Along that reign many more characters came in with some platforming games themselves that were just as good as Mario and Sonic though so...
SEGA Mega Drive Ultimate Collection
A perfect trip down nostalgia lane for Sega Genesis fans and a good learning lesson for newcomers alike.
The 80s and 90s were a great era for gaming. Nintendo was considered the most dominant gaming company, until a new face named Sega unveiled the "Genesis" and their new mascot Sonic The Hedgehog to co...
Sly 2: Band of Thieves
Sly 2: Band of Thieves removes the restraints from the first game, providing a better and even funnier experience.
After the first Sly Cooper, especially if you beat the game, a sequel was definitely in the making. But things had to be changed for the better while keeping the same formula that worked for Sly Coop...
Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves
Sly 3 may not live up to the others, but it is still a very good game all around.
After two outings for Sly Cooper, we move on to the third installment of the Sly Cooper franchise. The Cooper Gang has grown after the events of Sly 2, in search of a vault made by several members ...
RockMan 4: Aratanaru Yabou!!
MegaMan 4 may lack innovation, but it is easily the most underrated original MegaMan game yet.
After 3 successful releases of the critically acclaimed MegaMan series with the 2nd and 3rd games being the most praised, Capcom went at it again in 1992 with MegaMan 4. Quite honestly, after 3 games...
The House of the Dead: Overkill
A great game, putting all of the 'F' bombs aside, that does not take itself serious.
The House of the Dead: Overkill is the latest addition to the series and on the most usually, yet perfect, console for it to be on: the Wii. The point and shoot mechanism of this console works well fo...
Hoshi no Kirby Wii
It's so good to see Kirby return to his roots again.
Kirby's Epic Yarn left some gamers with a bad taste in their mouth. While the game was not bad, some aspects of it were not as welcomed as one would think. For starters, the inability to lose a life...
WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010
Other than a few new creation tools, not much has changed in SmackDown's recent entry.<br /> <br /> Still a fun title
Face facts people: the SmackDown series is in dire need of a major overhaul. While we will not get it in this game, SmackDown vs Raw 2010 is still a good game. Control scheme wise, it remains the ...
WWE '12 steps up its game over its predecessors, but occasional glitches and horrible hit detection ruin the game.
The last really good, eye-popping game that Yukes has released under THQ's management was SmackDown 2006 on the PS2. That game featured really good arcade-style gameplay with a little bit of strategy...
Mario Kart DS (DS Bundle)
With enough content to burn rubber with, Mario Kart on the DS just might be the best one yet.
Mario Kart started on the SNES in 1992. From there, the Nintendo 64, Gameboy Advance and GameCube got their fair share of the franchise as it continued to evolve. 2005, Mario Kart came to the DS and...
3D Dot Game Heroes
3D Dot Game Heroes is a blast from a past that is loads of fun for the young and old that appreciate the retro years.
What else can be said about this game that hasn't been said already? At the time of its announcement, many dismissed it (or joked about it) being a clone of the classic Legend of Zelda for the NES. ...
Shadows of the Damned
Who would've thought that going to hell would be this much fun?
Shinji Mikami, the director of gaming hits like Vanquish and most recognizably Resident Evil 4. Akira Yamaoka, the composer of the famed Silent Hill franchise. And of course, Suda 51, arguably one o...
Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
With some major improvements in gameplay and an addictive online multiplayer, Uncharted 2 is definitely worth playing.
The first Uncharted may have had its flaws, but it was an extremely great game for the PlayStation 3. Created by the company Naughty Dog who gave us classics such as Crash Bandicoot and Jax/Dexter, m...
Even though inFamous 2 lacks a lot in comparison to the first one, it's still loads of fun.
With the first inFamous being a huge success for the PS3 and being one of my favorite games for that system, the expectations of a second one was high. And even though things did not live up to the h...
Star Fox 64 3D
An old Nintendo 64 classic returns in 3D and is still as good as it was back in 1997.
Join Fox, Falco, Peppy and Slippy in an arcade style shooter to rid the world of the evil ape tyrant Andross from total world domination. You fly in specialised aircraft called Arwings and blow every...
Mario Kart 7
Seven Mario Kart games later, the series still continue to show that it is still as awesome as it was in the SNES days
In 1992, Super Mario Kart made its debut and was phenomenal for its time. Arcade kart racing with various weapons to get the advantage over other racers and a splash of Mario charm best described the...
From start to beginning, Vanquish is an epic fast-paced third person shooter that should not be missed by anybody
The second you start playing Vanquish, you'll learn that you're in for a special ride. You play the role as Sam Gideon, a DARPA soldier dispatched with the U.S. military to save New York City from ...
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Good addition to the Smash Bros franchise, but easily the most overrated out of the 3.
The first Smash Brothers I played was the original on the N64. One that I cherish to this very day, 9 years after its release. The second one which I never got a chance to play at all, took all of...
Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing
Incredibly fast-paced and fun, Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing is a great alternative to Mario Kart Wii.
Two dozen characters from various Sega franchises await you in this amazingly fast-paced arcade kart racer featuring the likes of Sonic, Tails, Shadow, Robotnik and Knuckles from Sonic The Hedgehog ha...
In space no one can hear you scream. Too bad, cause Dead Space is an awesome experience.
The survival-horror genre has been lacking as of late ever since Resident Evil and Silent Hill have lost the 'scare' appeal that they had in the past. Enter Electronic Arts with their first attempt i...
Dead Space 2
Scarier, bloodier, gorier and more messed up than ever, Dead Space 2 steps up its game from the first one in a big way.
It's been three years since the horrors of the Necromorph outbreak onboard the USG Ishimura that Isaac Clarke, CEC Engineer and main protagonist of the first game, miraculously survived. Now a patien...
Tsumi to Batsu: Uchuu no Koukeisha
Sin and Punishment: Star Successor is one hard arcade shooter to master, but damn it's fun as hell at the same time.
In 2000, Nintendo released an arcade-style shooter developed by Treasre that sadly never made it to the United States until the Wii was released and emulated onto Virtual Console. Those who were fort...
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle
No More Heroes 2 is a worthy sequel to its cult classic predecessor, even with its minor yet annoying setbacks
No More Heroes was truly one of the most unique games to hit Nintendo's 'clean' console, the Wii. Controlling an otaku by the name of Travis Touchdown as he slices through the ten assassins of Santa ...
Infamous hits a clear home run due to its original concepts, intense combat and brilliant story telling. Awesome game.
From the developers that brought you the Sly Cooper series, Sucker Punch gives us Infamous: a brand new game exclusive for the PS3 with more originality in it than any other game for the new-gen era o...
Donkey Kong Country Returns
Donkey Kong makes his return to 2D platforming, paying homage to his past games while remaining fresh at the same time.
Rare developed and made Donkey Kong Country on the SNES in 1994 as one of the Super Nintendo's gems of that time. From there a much tougher sequel was introduced along with a not so well known 3rd on...
WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011
Another game from the franchise. Another game with plenty of flaws as always.
The SmackDown franchise has been going strong since the PlayStation 1 days. From there it moved to the PlayStation 2 and produced some games that got some raved reviews such as Here Comes The Pain, S...
Metroid: Other M
A well crafted story-driven Metroid game or a complete demotion of Samus Aran's character? You decide.
Samus Aran was the protagonist of a game called Metroid for the NES, which dazzled gamers with the freedom of exploration, the shear amount of collecting one must do, challenging gameplay and one of t...
Pac-Man Championship Edition DX
30 years of Pac-Man. And what a way to celebrate this milestone with his most frantic adventure yet.
Pac-Man has always been a revolutionary gaming icon for the past 3 decades. From bringing many families together in the arcade showing who is the better player to dominating the room thus proving th...
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game
Scott Pilgrim vs The World is a difficult, yet satisfyingly fun and wild trip down retro memory lane.
Scott Pilgrim vs The World is based off of a popular graphical novel and even has a movie based off of it as well created by Ubisoft into a 2D-style beat-em-up catered to gamers of old while being app...
Super Mario Kart
The game that started the Mario Kart franchise is now on the Virtual Console and works really well too.
From the Mario Kart 64s to the Mario Kart Wiis, this most popular go-kart franchise has been a staple in Nintendo's lineup. It spanned various versions of it on all major consoles to the handhelds to...