Total of 12 user reviews spread across 12 releases
Subarashiki Kono Sekai: It's a Wonderful World
A most inspiring game notwithstanding a couple rather awkward moments
I originally bought this game based on what I saw, not really what I heard. None of my close buddies had really played the game, so I was taking what would now be classified as a financial risk. I f...
In order for a work of art to be pretentious, it has to have zero impact on the world it wishes to affect.
In the case of Braid, indie devs have made the game their golden standard. Everyone from Cactus, creator of Clean Asia, to Adam Atomic, creator of Canabalt, has payed tribute to the game in some way....
I hate the words "instant classic"--it makes the game sound like a cup of coffee.
Back a couple of weeks ago, I played a rather unknown, indie game called Uncharted 2. My buddy had been spilling praises over it's low-budget goodness, so I told him that I wanted to try it out. You...
Zelda no Densetsu: Mugen no Sunadokei
If you didn't ride the hype in buying this game, I would recommend staying away from it.
It was quite a while ago, my friends and I all went out to buy the game on a debate trip--it was handheld Zelda, and it was 3D! When we started playing the game, the deep and proverbial 'OMG' went ab...
This baby has polish; however, it's literary value leaves much to be desired.
Golden Sun is the oft discussed, prime-time videogame RPG of Nintendo’s well aged baby: the Game Boy Advanced. It is both the most underrated and highly praised RPG in recent memory. After goi...
Anno 1701: Dawn of Discovery
Due to previous disappointments with DS sims, I was incredibly wary going through with this purchase.
Most of the DS sim games that I've played thus far have been very sub par thus far. In short, those developers should have payed me to play some of those games. Why? Because they were so incredibly...
Luigi's Mansion was my first game on the gamecube, and despite what anyone says, it is a classic.
It's generally been told that any form of media that deviates from the expected path is a failure in it's own right. However, I would beg to differ. At the point of this game's release, Luigi's ro...
Zoo Tycoon DS
The game is entertaining for about a day and a half, but quickly looses it's charm.
It's not that the game is annoying, or that the graphics are bad, but this game simply isn't fun. The management is easy. It doesn't do anything to seperate itself from the PC version. It's basical...
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe
I remember playing this game years ago. Back in the days when you had to compare scores the old fashioned way.
Mario, although sometimes poorly represented by forcing him to open and close hotel doors, is probably one of the biggest gaming icons in history. No modern gamer would have their FPSs or RPGs or eve...
Star Fox: Assault
While there are many things that StarFox: Assault gets spot on, there are many things in this game that fall short.
I bought Star Fox Assault on a recommendation by a friend. I honestly had a blast playing through the single player mode and especially multiplayer mode with my friends. It was fun, but very lacking...
San Francisco Rush 2049
Although it may seem like any ordinary racing title, Rush 2049 manages to set itself apart from the masses.
I remember renting this game for the first time on N64 based on a recommendation by a friend. After playing for 20 minutes, my brother and I were addicted. With many clever cars to choose from (my...
Sim City Jr. is a nice little diversion from the Sim series.
While I can't say Sim City Jr. is the best game I've ever played, I will say that it provided some great fun when I was a kid. While not as famous as it's brother and sister games, it's definately co...