Total of 61 user reviews spread across 61 releases
Despite its flaws, web-slinging around New York City in the Black Spider-Man Suit is just plain fun.
THE GOOD: Lengthier adventure than previous games, nice visuals, challenging boss fights, and fun web-slinging action. THE BAD: Weak combat system, bad camera angles, and sluggish frame rates. S...
If anything, play The Darkness for its intriguing story and superb visuals.
THE GOOD: Impressive graphics, engrossing story, well-developed characters, excellent voice acting, insane violence and gore. THE BAD: Too easy, tedious traveling, and little replay value. The D...
Ninja Gaiden Sigma
Sigma is the latest and greatest Ninja Gaiden, but not without some flaws.
THE GOOD: Sharp visuals, superb combat, a vast variety of weapons, and excellent soundtrack. THE BAD: Frequent Loading Zones, choppy frame rates, unimproved CGI cut-scenes, and a shallow story. ...
Hotel Dusk: Room 215
Hotel Dusk: Room 215 is a smart and mysterious caper that proves looks can be deceiving.
THE GOOD: Fantastic visuals. Huge cast of likable characters. Intriguing story with well written dialogue. THE BAD: Puzzles and clues are sometimes overly vague. Traveling around the hotel can be t...
Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin
Portrait of Ruin is another successful Castlevania reincarnation.
THE GOOD: Interesting dual-character mechanics. Improved visuals. Various weapons, spells, and items to collect. THE BAD: Not as lengthy or challenging as previous installments. Plot and character ...
Resistance: Fall of Man
Resistance: Fall of Man is an excellent first-person shooter with a satisfying co-op campaign and online multiplayer.
THE GOOD: Variety of unique and fun weapons. Interesting plot. Solid co-op campaign and online multiplayer. Amazing post-apocalyptic visuals. THE BAD: Limited special abilities. Campaign is too str...
Xenosaga Episode III: Zarathustra wa Kaku Katariki
Xenosaga Episode 3 is a rewarding experience that delivers a satisfying conclusion to a long and intricate trilogy.
THE GOOD: Fast-paced battles. Excellent music and voice acting. Lengthy adventure that closes all loose ends. THE BAD: Graphics vary throughout the story. Battle system is not as in-depth. Frame ra...
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All
Justice for All didn't get all the special DS treatment like the original, but it's still a very enjoyable title.
THE GOOD: Interesting and mysterious cases. Quirky dialogue. The Judge is much more likable. THE BAD: Practically a direct port of the GBA title with no extras or compelling DS functionality. Recyc...
Gyakuten Saiban: Yomigaeru Gyakuten (Limited Edition)
It's an odd game that at times can be a little too silly, but it's still a fun game that takes a good 30+ hours to beat.
THE GOOD: Interesting use of the DS functions. Challenging puzzles. Lengthy adventure. THE BAD: Trial and error formula can get tiresome. Not much replay value. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is a...
Dead or Alive 4 (Platinum Hits)
DOA4 is certainly one of the best fighting games on the Xbox 360 and the greatest Dead or Alive to date.
THE GOOD: Diversified cast of fighters. Bright and sharp visuals. Fast gameplay with little loading times. THE BAD: Not fundamentally different from previous iterations. Virtually no story except a...
It would seem killing zombies over and over again would get old fast, but it never does.
THE GOOD: A lot of great weapons, skills and items. Intense violence and gore. Lengthy quest and satisfying boss fights. THE BAD: Weapons break too easily. Stressful time system. Constant annoying ...
Final Fantasy XII
Final Fantasy XII lives up to its name and is a true sequel any RPG enthusiast should play.
THE GOOD: New fast paced battle engine. Huge cast of likable and interesting characters. Lengthy and satisfying quest. THE BAD: The best weapons, techniques and magic come late game. A lot of walki...
Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops
Despite its flaws, Portable Ops looks and feels almost as good as its PS2 predecessors and is definitely worth playing.
THE GOOD: Excellent graphics and audio. Intriguing story. Lengthy quest with a lot of replay value. THE BAD: Hard to control camera system. Sluggish character movement. Somewhat repetitive. Meta...
Makai Senki Disgaea 2
Disgaea 2 is a really fun RPG. Fans of the first will definitely not be disappointed and the 3 year wait was worth it.
THE GOOD: Excellent battle mechanics. Huge selection of creatable characters. Long lasting value. THE BAD: Outdated graphics. Not too different from the first Disgaea. Final boss wasn't as satisfyi...
Using only the touch screen and stylus is very interesting; however, die-hard Kirby fans will probably be disappointed.
THE GOOD: Bright and colorful visuals. Unique use of touch screen. Easy to jump into. THE BAD: Fairly short adventure. Repetitive. Sometimes frustrating. The lovable, pink hero of Dream Land ret...
Naruto: Narutimate Hero
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja is a good fighting game that fans of the series should definitely check out.
THE GOOD: Stylish cut scenes and visuals. Variety of items, moves and abilities. THE BAD: Modest amount of characters. Uninteresting story mode. Naruto: Ultimate Ninja is an easy to get into fi...
The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
The Minish Cap does not mess with the formula, but it definitely lives up to the Zelda name.
THE GOOD: Bright and colorful visuals. Variety of weapons and items. New and classic Zelda gameplay. THE BAD: Short adventure. Lackluster side quests. So many Rupees, but nothing to buy. No Epona. ...
Hitman: Blood Money
Hitman: Blood Money is a fitting end to the series. It has an engrossing story with fun and addicting game mechanics.
THE GOOD: Huge environments. Challenging A.I. Variety of weapons and items. THE BAD: Steep learning curve. Frequent retries. One mishap can foil everything. Hitman: Blood Money is a clever stea...
Metroid Prime: Hunters
If you can get pass Metroid Prime: Hunter's repetitive nature, it's a solid first person shooter.
THE GOOD: Good and interesting use of the stylus and touchscreen. Extensive multiplayer modes. THE BAD: Repetitive. Lack of story. Recycled bosses. Confusing map designs. Metroid Prime: Hunters ...
New Super Mario Bros.
New Super Mario Bros. captures the essence of the classic Super Mario Bros. while adding new compelling elements.
THE GOOD: Bright, colorful visuals. Classic Mario Bros. style. Great for quick bursts. THE BAD: Short adventure. No worthwhile multiplayer. Virtually no dialogue or story. Terrible name. New Sup...
Super Mario 64 DS
Super Mario 64 DS is a good concept that could have been so much better with more responsive controls.
THE GOOD: Classic game with new content . Nice visuals. Lengthy quest. THE BAD: Awkward controls. Poor camera system. Sometimes frustrating. Super Mario 64 DS has more to offer than the N64 vers...
Chou Shittou Caduceus
Trauma Center is a game like no other, but its hard difficulty hurts its overall appeal.
THE GOOD: Completely unique game. Interesting use of the stylus. THE BAD: Frustrating surgeries. Frequent retries. Overly difficult. Trauma Center: Under the Knife is one of a kind game that ma...
Eiyuu Densetsu Gagharv Trilogy IV: Akai Shizuku
Legend of Heroes is too average for even the most die hard RPG fans.
THE GOOD: Stylish artwork. Lengthy journey. Likable cast of characters. THE BAD: Overall presentation feels lackluster. Confusing map designs. Doesn't really excel in anything. Legend of Heroes:...
X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse
Bigger and better than the original.
THE GOOD: Great Multiplayer. Lengthy quest. Improved character selection and powers. THE BAD: Confusing level designs. Frame rate issues. Slightly repetitive. X-Men Legends II improves on the or...
Monster Hunter Freedom
Monster Hunter Freedom is definitely a game that people will either love or hate.
THE GOOD: Hours of gameplay. Variety of weapons and armor. Impressive visuals. THE BAD: Frequent and long load times. Repetitive. Flawed camera and battle mechanics. Monster Hunter Freedom has ...
Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!
It's a good game to play in bursts and the Sudoku alone is worth the $20.
THE GOOD: Easy to pick up and play. Interesting mechanics. Great Sudoku. THE BAD: Doesn't allow for long periods of play. The mini-games can become tiresome. Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minut...
Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow
After playing Dawn of Sorrow you understand why there have been so many iterations of this amazing game.
THE GOOD: Old school 2-D side scrolling done well. Responsive controls. Variety of weapons, spells, and abilities. THE BAD: Lack of story, plot, and character development. Mediocre visuals. Cas...
Ultimate Spider-Man captures all the fun things about being Spider-Man, but its short adventure is only worth renting.
THE GOOD: Sharp looking visuals. Responsive controls. Playing as Spider-Man. THE BAD: Venom levels aren't as fun as they could be. Really really short game. Ultimate Spider-Man is a very fun ga...
Pursuit Force is a game that focuses on skill and reaction time, but isn't recommendable for everyone.
THE GOOD: Great game to pick up to play in bursts. Pretty exciting to play. THE BAD: Some imprecise controls, frequent load times, and the later missions are extremely difficult. Pursuit Force i...
Metal Gear Acid 2
MGA 2 is a fun strategic card-battling game that improves on the original and is recommendable to all.
THE GOOD: Bright, colorful graphics. Improved battle mechanics. THE BAD: Confusing plot. Lack of online multiplayer. No full voice dialogue. Metal Gear Acid 2 is an improvement to the original i...
It's recommended to just watch the movie rather than play the game.
Batman Begins is a game that could have been so much better. Gameplay has some interesting mechanics like using the environment to take out enemies, but the game focuses too much on linear stealth ...
X-Men: The Official Game
X-Men: The Official Game isn't really worth playing; so save your money and go watch the movie.
X-Men: The Official Game is yet another poorly made game based on a movie. GAMEPLAY is quite repetitive and often too difficult. The game offers 3 playable X-Men (Wolverine, Nightcrawler, and Icema...
Lost Magic has some charm, but it is too full of annoyances and frustration to be highly recommended.
Lost Magic is one of the few DS games that is completely dependent on the stylus. It's an interesting game, but has many flaws. GAMEPLAY is fair. The stylus is used at all times in order to command...
Resident Evil is a vast improvement of the original, and there are plenty of reasons to relive the horror.
Resident Evil is a remake that improves on everything the original did so well. Gameplay is just plain fun. New puzzles and super zombies make the game feel less of a copy, and more like a whole ne...
Original story and interesting game mechanics, but poor controls and subpar graphics on the PS2 bring this game down.
Indigo Prophecy has a very good story and plot. Graphics, however, are just not that great on the PS2. I haven't played it on the PC or Xbox, but from the pictures online they look WAY better. Defi...
Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu
It makes for a great rental and is more enjoyable than a lot of the other Batman games.
Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu is probably the best Batman game out. Gameplay is where it's at. This is a fun game to play with a friend since it allows for great co-op action. Batman, Robin, Batgirl, and...
Resident Evil (Value)
It's a classic for so many reasons, and if it weren't for Resident Evil, survival horror wouldn't be the same.
Resident Evil paves the way for the action adventure genre. Gameplay is great. Being able to choose your character determines how the game is played. Each path is different and in order to experie...
The game can become very frustrating during the last few hours, but it only makes completing the game more rewarding.
Daxter is actually a lot different from the other Jak games, but it's still fun. Gameplay is pretty good. The controls take some getting used to, but it won't take long before the game becomes enjo...
Resident Evil 0
Resident Evil Zero distincts itself from previous sequels with the new game mechanics, and is worth playing.
Resident Evil Zero may look like the other sequels in the series, but it is far from it. Gameplay is innovative. Storing items in a magical item box is no longer necessary because Zero uses an item...
Resident Evil 4
Even if you played the heck out of the Gamecube version, it's worth replaying RE4 on the PS2.
Resident Evil 4 on the PS2 is much more than an ordinary port. Gameplay is just as great as the Gamecube, but with much more extras. The new Ada mission adds a good 5 hours and there are a few more...