Total of 15 user reviews spread across 15 releases
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII
Never before has calamity spawned beauty..
The latest spin-off in the Final Fantasy VII compilation features a great cast of characters in an all too familiar world. You undertake the role of Zack Fair, an energetic, endearing young man tryin...
A great concept comes together very well in a great game.
2K Games, 2K Boston, 2K Australia and Irrational Games put their creative minds together and created a game worthy of a try by any Xbox 360 and PC gamer. Bioshock was always promising, right from f...
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter
Advanced Warfighter for the 360 is stunning in its presentation and stunning in its illustration resulting in a AA game.
My first impressions of the game were those of ambiguity, but a few hours in I realized this game is quite amusing and has much more superiority than the contrary. It might be a bit early to review t...
Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis
Good sport simulation games are far and little in between. Great sport simulation games are almost nonexistent; almost.
When Rockstar announced a Table Tennis game for the Xbox 360, I'm sure a lot of people were as shocked as I was. I mean sure, Rockstar is known for great games like the Grand Theft Auto series, but s...
Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!
Brain Age for the DS is an entertaining, productive game and at a measly $20, every DS owner should give it a try.
initially, I wasn't expecting much from Brain Age, and never really got much from the game either. Like Gamespot's Jeff Gerstmann, I too don't know if this game makes you any smarter, but whether it d...
Final Fantasy X-2
FFX-2 isn't your typical Final Fantasy, but rightfully so, it holds it's own against many other RPGs in the market...
FFX-2 isn't your typical Final Fantasy, but rightfully so, it holds it's own against many other RPGs in the market and thanks in large part to it's fast paced and exciting combat system. Square's F...
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
"Close shut the jaws of Oblivion!" or on the contrary, open them wide and jump right in and immerse yourself....
"Close shut the jaws of Oblivion!" or on the contrary, open them wide and jump right in and immerse yourself in this huge world of Cyrodill...this is one for the record books. The previous entry in...
Final Fantasy XI
This review is more opinion based; when it comes to MMORPGs, many diverse and varying opinions coincide...
[This is actually a re-write of this review, I found the first one to be very sloppy...years after.] [Warning: Spoilers abound] Final Fantasy XI starts you off as a new adventurer who's looking ...
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
Metal Gear Solid 3 is, without surprise, just as good, if not better than it's predecessor.
Many might've been skeptical about buying this game after what MGS2 had pulled off (with the Raiden switch over). People weren't sure how their beloved Solid Snake could (still) be around in the 60s(...
Condemned: Criminal Origins
This is the best horror game for the 360, simply because it's the only horror game for the 360.
Criminal Origins, like Greg Kasavin said it, has a lot of room for improvement and it's unfortunate the corners it cuts, because it could've been, should've been, would've been, but simply isn't. C...
World of Warcraft
It doesn't take long to get into World of Warcraft; it doesn't take long to get out of it either (opinion based review).
Well, I'd be lying if I said World of Warcraft is anything but superb, but the supremacy of the game over other titles just doesn't seem to last too long. From previous experience, I expect my mmorpg...
Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence (First Print Limited Edition)
The extras in MGS3: Subsistence are enough reason for MGS fans to pick up this title.
MGS3, some might argue, is the best in the series and undoubtedly so it lived up to it's name quite well when it was released back in 2004. Due to tradition upheld by Konami, a couple years later we ...
God of War (Greatest Hits)
Greek Mythology is a thing of the past, but God of War is the start of a shining future.
I don't know why I was pulled to this game, but I do know I'm sure as heck happy I was. God of War is the most intense action/adventure game for the PS2; With a compelling story, great characters, m...
Shadow of the Colossus
An adventure unlike any other is right on the spot, you'll never find a game like this, ever..
I was one of the many people who believed the hype for this game by SCEA/SCEI, even though at times I was unsure if this game was for me, I still kept coming back to it, and when, In the end, I bought...
Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
In a staggering world of light and dark, Samus Aran goes through her best adventure to date.
Back when Retro Studios released Metroid Prime for the gamecube in 2002, they revolutionized the series and caught many people by surprise when they presented an award winning title. Two years later ...