Total of 22 user reviews spread across 22 releases
Need for Speed: Shift
It's one of those Gamespot reviews nobody really understands...
We all know these. They said Ratchet & Clank on the PSP had "too much variety", remember that one? Anyway, Shift. It is a good game. A great game. A simulator that doesn't take itself too seriously...
Probably the best of all versions
Iron Man on the DS is the only version of the movie tie-in to no attempt too much on a limited time and budget. It is content with being an Iron Man themed overhead shooter with several nods to Geomet...
Brothers In Arms DS
Double standards and reviewer quirks make Gamespot's offiial review inaccurate.
See, Gamespot has been reworking their review guidelines for a long time. It's good that they're making the effort, but though text reviews and video reviews in this site are still valid tools to get ...
ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron
TJ&E 2 critics should be funked to death and their remains kept in a glass jar. Here's why:
Toe Jam and Earl the first did a lot of things right. Let me get that out of the way first, because what's coming below is a good dose of naked, ugly truth and I don't want you to think I hated the ga...
The gaming equivalent of having a spider drown in your drink. While you're drinking it.
Vicarious Visions is a lousy developer. The Wii version of Spider-man 3 they perpetrated is borderline broken, but you can still play through it. Now, the DS version is actually getting some good revi...
A flawed game that falls short of its prequels.
It seems this game is a love it or hate it thing. The truth, however, seems to lie somewhere in between. This isn't a broken game, but it's not actually fun except in small moments that are few and fa...
Prince of Persia: Rival Swords
The final word on Rival Swords. I promise.
First of all, whoa! Lots of fanboyism pro and con in the rest of the reviews. That's kind of surprising, considering how balanced most reviews of the PSP version are. Oh, well... So I'm back with a...
Before Geometry Wars even existed, there was Crimsonland
And, really, that's all you need to know about this game. It's a gory Geometry Wars with some nods to Fallout 2 in the form of "perks" that you can use to level up your character. The flow o...
Homeworld 2 (BestSeller Series)
I don't know why I'm compelled to review this game so late. I guess for the same reason I'm compelled to play it.
Not many people track my submissions to this site. The few who do, or go through my profile might come across this review and enjoy a game that's improved with age. Also, it might help people who just...
Prince of Persia Rival Swords
How do you rate a game that doesn't do justice to its prequel but is still a ways above the competition?
Apparently pretty high, by GS's standards, but I'm writing this to come up with my own opinion, not regurgitate anybody else's. First, let's get one thing out of the way. This game is worse than Sa...
The Story of Thor: Hikari o Tsugu Mono
Cult classic and probably the best Genesis game EVER.
While I write this there's a 6.7 average score for this game on Gamespot and I honestly don't know why. This was the closest a SEGA fanboy ever got to Zelda and, while it's shallower and less interest...
Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters GX Tagforce
Yu-Gi-Oh! sucks... except for this game. This game is good.
Seriously, people, what's wrong with you. Yu-Gi-Oh! games are awful, clunky and they've all been exactly the same for ages. And you keep buying them. And I hope you're not watching the awful anime. An...
Marvel Trading Card Game
A poorly realized adaptation. And poorly timed, too.
Marvel heroes and trading cards. A match made in heaven. I mean, what's easier to remember, generic fantasy or anime monsters or Marvel heroes your've been reading about for decades? Plus, the art is ...
Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters
If the PSP can do this, then every other game is far too expensive.
Size Matters is a Ratchet & Clank game. Period. Everything you'd expect from the PS2 games is here, and then some. There' s no sign of the stripped down feeling Daxter gave out, or the bare bones,...
Space Harrier II
Space Harrier is a sample of the first batch of Genesis games, but it still has a very specific feel to it.
When I first got my Genesis, Space Harrier II was one of the few games you could easily find everywhere for sale. Back then, games were sold in small quantities by appliances and electronic stores and...
This game has aged slightly worse than Tetris, but not as much as you might think
Columns had only one thing going for it back in the day, albeit a very important one: it was the Genesis' Tetris. Over the years, Columns became the base for Puyo Puyo, Super Puzzle Fighter and a buch...
F-Zero tried to make up in graphics what it didn't have in personality
F-Zero was a technical wonder back in the day. At the time, it seemed that the SNES' "mode 7" was what set it apart from the Genesis. In time, it was obvious that "mode 7" wasn't a...
There are two words made to describe this game: Cult. Classic.
Wow. Gunstar Heroes. The memories... Treasure sure knew what they were doing in back in the day. They managed to predate Metal Slug by several years, plus make a similarly fun and detailed game in ...
Decent minigame collection, but inferior to Wii-Play
It's both a good and a bad thing that Wii-Sports comes as a pack in. It's good because there isn't enough in this package to make you buy it at retail price, and it serves as a nice exposition of what...
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
It IS a next-gen Zelda, after all
So here it is, GC Zelda 2 or Wii Zelda 1, whatever you prefer. In any case, it's an awesome game. Don't take me wrong, I concur with much of what the GameSpot review says about its flaws, and I really...
Gangs of London
Very boring, disconnected shooter.
I'll give you three guesses to find out what makes the GTA formula interesting. Go. If you mentioned free roaming on large environments, you know what Gangs of London is missing. It's a string o...
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
And THAT is how you put a bunch of superheroes into a PSP
Marvel UA for the PSP is easily one of the best action games for the system. Not just because it's on par with the other versions of the game, but because the changes that have been made seem incredib...