User Reviews & Ratings
Total of 11 user reviews spread across 11 releases
I've been pushing for Timeshift ever since I first heard of it. I got my hands on the old demo, and I've been eagerly awaiting its release with bated breath, so bear in mind, I'm not an automatic hater. In fact, I was qu... Read Full Review0 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Now, let's forget for a moment that I mentioned a budget price at all. We are looking at: -100+ Single player game missions. -250+ Skills and abilities to learn and employ on the battlefield. -An intriguing storyline, ... Read Full Review4 of 10 users found the following review helpful
Yaris is not a racing game. Yaris is a tube-shooter. Yeah, I'm scratching my head over that one too.
In a world of looping tubes, where symbolic icons of gasoline and driving hazards rule the streets, one brand of car stands up to fight against the tyranny with a hybrid engine and a hood-mounted laser tentacle. Wait...w... Read Full Review15 of 15 users found the following review helpful
If you've ever played Tetris before, nothing about this package will surprise you. Its main hook is that you're playing Tetris in front of a customizable fish tank. That's about the extent of the gimmick, so if you've pl... Read Full Review5 of 5 users found the following review helpful
Shadowrun's impressive gameplay depth makes other FPSes begin to seem a little shallow in the multiplayer department.
Shadowrun is the latest first person shooter from FASA Interactive, known for its Mechassault and Crimson Skies franchises. FASA has brought another of its RPG franchises to Xbox, and while the transition from pen-and-pa... Read Full Review13 of 15 users found the following review helpful
Double Dragon is a seminal beat-em-up from Technos Japan that was released in arcades back in 1987. It was a tried-and-true great back in the day. It's even spawned many imitators and worthy successors, as without Double... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Jetpac Refuelled embodies the essence of what made all those old-school games back in the day so fun.
Back in the day, folks didn't have NES. Yeah, wrap your brain around that...heh. No, when it came to playing video games that were worth anything, you turned to a computer. One such computer was known as the ZX Spectrum.... Read Full Review13 of 14 users found the following review helpful
Don't think that, just because it's Final Fantasy, it's going to blow you away. It's not. It is, however, still good.
Final Fantasy III is the lastest Final Fantasy adventure, released on the Nintendo DS as the final missing link in the series. Prior to this release, there has been no official release of the game stateside, but this is ... Read Full Review2 of 4 users found the following review helpful
There are a number of things that are right about this game. -Looks great -Sounds pretty spot-on -Interface works well with Xbox360 There are a number of things that are not right about this game. -Controller D-pa... Read Full Review3 of 4 users found the following review helpful
Play this game if you are: A Goldeneye fan, an FPS fan, or just a fan of a good laugh now and again.
I promise this to nearly everyone that gets this game: You will love it. Timesplitters is a FPS from a prestigious bloodline. The folks of Free Radical were the original Goldeneye 64 team. Needless to say, this game ... Read Full Review1 of 4 users found the following review helpful
Let's get the bad stuff out of the way: The graphics are very blocky, very ugly, very bland, etc. The character models are blocky, ugly, bland, etc. The voice acting is laughably horrific. (Takes the edge off of a r... Read Full Review3 of 5 users found the following review helpful