Total of 12 user reviews spread across 12 releases
Its amazing how such a simple game gets so many things right.
Trine 2 is just awesome! It's got incredible graphics, immersive audio, and it plays like a real "video game" as opposed to an overly UI driven virtual experience. As you probably already know T...
Crimson Alliance is lacking in depth, and its a disappointment considering it looks and feels like a solid game.
The problem with Crimson Alliance is that it could have been a great game, but it was constructed as a linear adventure with a touch of gimmickry. The combat mechanics are fun, revolving around tra...
Alone in the Dark
Horribly frustrating. Play this game if you like torturing yourself.
This was a game I thought would grow on me. I was wrong. At first glance, the concepts that make this game unique are interesting - combining common objects to make weapons, interaction with dyn...
Dragon Age: Origins
Dragon Age is one of the best role playing games ever released, and wins high marks in several key areas.
If you've heard about this game you know how intensely its supporters push the quality of its character driven story. This is undeniably true. Dragon Age does an amazing job of creating a deep, visc...
Arkedo Series - 001 JUMP!
Arkedo is instantly enjoyable, fun, and visually appealing.
Try this one out on XBLA! You will find it reminiscent of 1980's platform games like mario brothers. It has progressively more challenging levels and is an instant reminder of the simple fun of thos...
Star Trek: Legacy
Star Trek Legacy offers some elements that make it worthwhile and unique, but it lacks some depth and detail.
Coming from the perspective of a Star Trek fan, its nice to see models of all the ships and take a little control over systems to alter the tide of a battle. The use of the actors' voices for the ...
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Oblivion is a must-have for RPG fans even if all you do is explore.
Oblivion is an immense game – the depth and intricacy of quest lines, interrelated plots and side quests give it a nice degree of immersion. The graphics are very nice - some of the daytime outdoor...
Sacred 2: Fallen Angel
Finally! An expansive, fun, RPG experience that captures the best elements of several genres and leaves out the grind.
Playing Sacred 2 on a console is a nice experience - probably due to the fact that the developers had to really whittle down the UI and get rid of the maze of clicks that plagues games like World of W...
SEGA Mega Drive Ultimate Collection
I truly hope this is the first of many to come of mass compilations from the early generations of video games.
I'm having a blast with this collection. It only cost me $30, its probably all profit for the game companies too since these titles don't cost them anything to develop. It reminds you that some of...
Dreamfall: The Longest Journey
Dreamfall is an escape from reality in addition to being a pleasant escape from traditional gaming.
Dreamfall is a story more than a game per se. Futhermore, its a story that may either give you a sense of awe, or just serve to confuse and lose you in its unfolding. Either way, it is almost guaran...
Mass Effect delivers a rich future universe, compelling missions, lost of customization, and leaves you wanting more.
Mass Effect is probably one of the best games I have ever played due to the fact that it does many things well. A couple hundred years into the future humankind is part of a galactic civilization s...
Viking: Battle for Asgard
Viking is nice visual swordplay romp with an open feel to it and enough gameplay variation to break up the combat.
While its nothing revolutionary, Viking: Battle for Asgard does what it does perfectly. Its a simple adventure game with some great visuals, and its one you can pick up and put down easily. Sometime...