Total of 12 user reviews spread across 12 releases
Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty
Wickedly fun, infuriatingly hard and continuously challenging. SC2 is the best of current-gen RTS to date.
(--Multiplayer mini review only--) StarCraft 2 has taken a while to grow on me. I started my way to SC2 very slowly, by watching shoutcasts of Korean games with the excellent narration of HDStarCra...
Assassin's Creed II
Assassin's Creed 2 embraces next-generation design with flawless technological improvements in the PC version.
This is not a typical review as I am in the process of completing this title. > Expect to see a rendering of Florence that is detailed, accurate, and ridiculously huge. > A fantastic improvement...
Just Cause 2
A beautiful sequel, Just Cause 2 aims to impress with great action and gameplay, despite lacking a little polish.
Just Cause 2 builds on it's predecessor's strengths-managing fun hellish, meaningless rampaging --but diminishes them with control, physics, and sound design that hurts its overall replay value. Ba...
An inspired look at a world in chaos.
Metro 2033 is a frightening and new look at a serious situation that will occur if we do not take nukes seriously. A world of lost civilization. The game's focus is on the battle between the remain...
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
An adventuresome first-person shooter with modern weapons, exotic locations, extreme violence, and short game length.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 cannot be compared to its predecessors. Its fun, fast-paced story can be moving but it's strength is the surreal first-person shooting experience. The protagonist (Soa...
A stylized first person shooter with skill levels, guns and grenade upgrades, repetitive goals, and a slow story.
Borderlands is a uniquely rendered game that places the player in a world where bandits, monsters, and guns rule an empty desert landscape in the vein of Fall Out 3, with a few interesting and addicti...
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising
The second in the OF series shines with beautiful graphics and sound realism, but suffers from a poor porting-syndrome
Firstly, I must say I have been a die-hard fan of Operation Flashpoint since high school, when a friend introduced me to "an awesome sniper game". The graphics were different then, but the bulk of ...
A boring RPG with poor value.
To play Risen, you need a lot of patience. You need to ignore these facts: * Menus are cheap, user-notifications and control hints are completely absent making the game a "guess the button" adventu...
The Witcher: Enhanced Edition
Suffers from severe camera and control issues that take a toll on it's great cinematic-value.
The Good and Bad: * Great movie-like introduction. Draws in the gamer instantly with a villain, and magic. * Fair graphics, some cheap solutions were used to make it immersive. The trees in the f...
Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited
Easy controls, great accessories, with slightly aged graphics. Nothing remarkable, but a light, rewarding experience.
If this is your first MMORPG, you won't be disappointed. The game is free to download --and once you complete the main missions you can continue your journey... with a small price for each additional ...
Resident Evil 5
Interesting, Engaging Action Game
The natural standard for Resident Evil games has become the question: "Is it scary?" Resident Evil 5 (or Biohazard, in Japan) is rarely scary...but that standard just isn't suitable for this generatio...
Need for Speed: Shift
I Feel The Need For Speed
Each new generation of expensive titles brings with it a joy: fancy new graphics, fancy new levels, pretty new cars...and that's what you can come to expect of Need for Speed: Shift. It arrives wit...