Total of 21 user reviews spread across 21 releases
The game that started it all, but is it as good as the ones that followed?
Let's focus on the good sides first. The game itself is refreshing. An every-day bartender in his mid-20's, an average guy, having no bigger plans for himself or his future, is transformed overnight i...
Assassin's Creed III: The Tyranny of King Washington - The Infamy
Is that all?
I'll be frank - the only thing worthwhile about "The Infamy" is the idea behind it. The alternate history, where George Washington is a crazed self-proclaimed king, is tempting and interesting. Bu...
Assassin's Creed II
Some titles are here to make history
Is there anything better than running on sunny rooftops of XV century Italy, hunting for villains with an ever-growing collection of weapons, having a wide variety of different cities to explore? Yes ...
Assassin's Creed III
Not too assasiny, and way too bugged
I was quick to review the title very soon. Too soon. Knowing the world -thus, the game- is large, and complicated, I decided to wait until at least 80% completion to avoid jumping the gun. I suspected...
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (PS3 Slim Bundle)
AC Brotherhood, or ACIIb as it should be called, delivers exactly what ACII did...minus few things
Producing an excellent game has its pros and cons. Pros are pretty obvious, but there are cons. One of those is - it's a hard thing to follow. Assasin's Creed Brotherood, which is the second part i...
If you played Tropico 3, you've also played Tropico 4.
Tropico 3 was really addicting. A compilation of crude humor, eye-candy graphics and great game play was a hit. Many, myself included, awaited in anticipation was the Tropico 4 might be like. Turns...
The Sims 3: Generations
More objects, more bugs, nothing else
Another month, another expansion or stuff pack. Another missed opportunity to actually solve problems and bugs that are in the game and occupy the players with another batch of objects and minor addit...
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit
A reheated dinner is still a reheated dinner and nothing else
Need For Speed was once the number one racing series - there was nothing else and certainly nothing better. It brought new innovations to the table, like police racing. But the times have changed and ...
Bully: Scholarship Edition
Full of bugs, disturbingly hard at times, so where's the pleasure?
At first glance, Bully seems to be something like GTA, light edition. There's no killing, no headshots, all forms of stealing are limited to text books. Not a bad idea, really, to go back to your chil...
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light
Disappointing, boring, safe, and stale. A step back. A game you can live without.
It seems that every legend has to go through its ups and downs. It was true for Madonna, it was true for Cher, it's true for Lara. Her makers, obviously thinking there is nothing new one can still bri...
An addictive gameplay but not without flaws
Some of us still remember the times when the only racing game that mattered was Need For Speed and its various installments; the simpler times with even simpler graphics and practically no gameplay. Y...
Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box
Quite possibly the best racing PC game ever made
Starting from amazing graphics, the freedom of choice, and the original feats, Burnout Paradise City takes the crown once belonged to NFS games. The game, for those who don't know, is a mixture of fr...
Need for Speed Most Wanted
Once upon a time, there was somebody who came up with the concept of oh-so illegal street racing. Then there was somebody else who put that in the game and the real fun started. And ever since, NFS in...
Need for Speed Undercover
I don't mind this game. I think it's visually pleasing, the gameplay is addicting and the plot isn't that bad. The issue I have with this game it's its difficulty level. For most of the game, it's m...
Whatever Cities XL was supposed to bring to the table, I fail to see it
Cities XL was the game that was supposed to revolutionize the genre. Bring something new to the table and rework everything. What happened to that, is something I just cannot see. Starting with a d...
The Sims 3
For those who expected a revolution: sorry!
The Sims 3 seemed disappointing from the very screens posted by EA. It looked nice, but there was something missing. Perhaps because of the leap between The Sims and The Sims 2, we were expecting a re...
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
After six PC installments, this one goes down in history as the best one yet
I've always been a fan of GTA: the crude humor, the sarcastic underlining, the always surprising plot and the challenging missions. Since GTA3, I started loving GTA even more, and after Vice City, I g...
Tomb Raider: Underworld
After some very rocky ups and downs in the past, Lara returns to win
I wasn't really expecting much when I got the game. I used to play Tomb Raider hard in the past (about 10 years ago I believe) so the title has always been close to my heart. I still remember the boxy...
Emperor: Rise of the Middle Kingdom
It might be very similar to previous installments, but it's still the one in the series.
Funny how all games starting with Caesar look and feel the same. I use the term "funny" loosely, as it might actually get a little bit annoying. Still, any hard-playing fan will probably take comfort ...
Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile
Long story short, the game lacks the flavor, and it's simply too complicated in places where it shouldn't be.
Being a fan of Sierra's city-builders, I was excited to hear about the new installment in the series, even though I have heard about the innovations that were introduced. Long story short, the game ...
Tycoon City: New York
What's a better way to know New York City, than to build it from scratch?
It was 2006 and New York City was built. Yes, you heard me correctly. City Tycoon: New York offers you to see how the city was build, by doing it yourself. You have one district to begin with and so...