Total of 12 user reviews spread across 12 releases
With just a bit more polish and advertising we could be looking at the next cult hit multiplayer PC FPS
The Good: Solid, addictive gameplay Unique twist on the standard class-based multiplayer formula Great value; lots of fun for a cheap price The Bad: No real tutorial or way to practice Comm...
Great concepts somewhat bogged down by glitches and missed potential.
The Good: Much better degree of character customization (Skill wise) than many recent RPGs One of the better uses of moral choices in a long time Lots of subtle details in facial animations that ...
inFAMOUS is an excellent open world superhero game well worth checking out if you own a PS3.
Pros: Smooth, easy-to-learn controls Interesting story with an effective plot twist at the end Good variety of superpowers that have different effects based on your Karma; Satisfying combat ...
SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation
SOCOM: Confrontation is a game that just doesn't want you to play it
This is my first outing into the SOCOM series. I never got into the PS2 games because I never had the hardware to get online, so I figured it would be a waste of money to buy a game from a series that...
Senjou no Valkyria
Valkyria Chronicles is a great new game that seemingly came out of no where.
I stumbled upon this game by mistake back when the possibility of a release outside Japan was still just that. After much praying to the gaming gods and more than a few small animals being sacrificed,...
Uncharted: Drake's Fortune
Uncharted has a lot of things going for it, with just enough issues to keep it from being truly fantastic.
The basic idea of Uncharted: Drake's Fortune is a common theme among action-adventure games and movies. In fact, put this game up on the silver screen and replace Drake with everyone's favorite whip-t...
Dark Sector is what you get when Resident Evil 4 and Gears of War have a child that isn't quite as good as either.
So after about four years and a total revamp of the concept, Dark Sector finally comes out, with mixed results. Dark Sector follows a CIA black-ops agent named Hayden Tenno sent to a fictional former ...
War Front: Turning Point
War Front: Turning Point isn't exactly bad, it's just a pretty generic Red Alert clone.
War Front: Turning point is a budget title by a pretty small company that came out roughly this time last year. I had played the demo and felt that it was a bit "meh" and never felt like buying it. I ...
The Orange Box
Lets just face it: The Orange Box is the best deal in gaming history.
Simply put, there is no such thing as a game offering more bang for your buck than The Orange Box collection. You are getting not one, not two, not even three, but FIVE AAA titles for $50, excluding t...
World in Conflict (Collector's Edition)
While WiC lacks the complexity found in most modern RTS games, it is what every game should be: fun.
No, World in Conflict doesn't require you to be a tactical genius, no it doesn't feature particularly complex gameplay. What it does deliver is a fun improvement over the Ground Control games with a m...
Act of War: Direct Action
Act of War is yet another one of those solid games that didn't get the attention it deserved.
Like many other solid games that came before it, Act of War never got the publicity it really deserved and thus ended up in the bargain bin pretty fast. You can still find copies floating around on Am...
Mass Effect is one of those games that may have some glitches and issues but the good parts overshadow them.
I'll be honest right here, I loved this game. I had started up a second play through, but I have decided against it. I think I'll wait until my memory of what happened in the game gets a bit foggy. An...