Total of 7 user reviews spread across 7 releases
The most brutal and sadistic game of all time
Really, after finishing Painkiller a couple of times, I couldn't just say "Meh, I finished it again" and hit the uninstall button, just to forget it in a matter of couple of days. No, Painkiller's bru...
Take a deep breath and enter the Metro!
Post-apocalyptic setting is trendy nowadays and that can be only a plus, for me at least. When I first heard of this game, the ex-STALKER dev team got me a little worried. STALKER is a good game, but...
Nazi mystics return for another beating!
I loved Wolf3D and RtCW, and I had high expectations for this title. I don't know for you guys, but I just LOVE killing Nazis in various ways, especially when they're up to something huge like using t...
Another GameSpot's underrated pearl
Honestly, I never judged the games based on GameSpot's scores, because so many many of them are underrated. Scratches takes players into the old Victorian mansion in October '76 where our horror wr...
Need for Speed: Shift
Can't believe what they've done to the series!
Looks like the NFS continues to fall from the mountain, and every new title hits a harder rock. The developers made a HUGE mistake for throwing in the 'simulation' thing. By doing that they forgot tha...
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
Best Star Wars game to date
I remember seeing a Jedi Academy preview nearly 7 years ago in a local PC gaming magazine, and I knew that it's gonna be a wild ride. When it hit the shelves in '03, I picked it up instantly. Then, I ...
Resident Evil 5
A deep, unforgettable experience
Though I'm not a fan of RE (played only RE3 a little), I decided to try this one out, and guess what, I loved it. Where do I start? The graphics are purely awesome (enhanced DMC4 engine), some deta...