Total of 7 user reviews spread across 7 releases
Once again, it's a near-perfect game... but the drawbacks are still annoying.
Burnout 3: Takedown was an amazing game on the Xbox. Burnout Revenge looked like it was going to be even better... and then, to be blunt, it fell short. Burnout Revenge on the original Xbox lost q...
Coded Arms hints at what shooters on the PSP can be. Well, if by "hint" I mean "gives a hard nudge to yo
When I first picked up Coded Arms I decided to ignore all the professional reviews (something I never do) because I just thought it looked like it had so much potential. By the end of the day, most o...
Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!
May not make you smarter, but it does keep you thinking.
Brain Age: Train Your Brain In Minutes A Day is one heck of a weird title. In some ways I don't even know that it's fair to call it a "game". An solidly fun piece of interactivity, yes, but a game? ...
Where it all started, but with a spin!
I won't detail all the history of Beatmania and of Bemani to you because too many reviews start with knowledge that half the readers already know and half just don't care about. Let it be known thoug...
Black (Platinum Hits)
A bit of a letdown, but not at all worthless
Black is a good example of how easily hype can knock a game back a few notches. It was supposed to be the game where you never ran out of ammo, and where everything you saw could be destroyed. Crite...
Azurik: Rise of Perathia
A real missed opportunity...
It's hard for me to be too brutal with this game because it was the game my dad bought me with my Xbox, my most cherished Christmas present from him (as he had never really known well what to get me i...
Ashen is just passable for a quality game.
To be honest, I had fairly high hopes going into Ashen. Playing on an N-Gage QD, I didn't expect the controls to be that painful and from what I had seen of gameplay footage, it wasn't too ugly a gam...