Total of 5 user reviews spread across 5 releases
Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth
Immersive and dark story that doesn't pull punches. Great combo adventure and FPS game. Some maddening technical issues.
High points: One of the very few games that has actually translated rather well the dark, foreboding, "Cthulhu" feel. You consistently feel that you are getting into something deeper and more sinister...
The game still feels like Halo, and there are noticeable improvements. Single-player may leave some hanging...
High points: Two-sided storyline where you can play some elements of both sides (human and Covenant), each of which join in the "climax"* at the end. Dual-wielding, destructable vehicles, new weapons,...
Amazing graphics and dark aura. Keeps the old-school Doom style but neglects some recent FPS innovations.
High points: Best graphics in a PC game to date. Creepy, dark environment with cut scenes and new enemies to keep up the pucker factor. Old-school style that will keep many of the old Doom-ers happy. ...
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield
For the control freaks out there. Meticulous squad control and a great array of weapons. Amazing mapping features.
High points: Awesome assault-planning and mapping features that allow you to see 2D and 3D representations of areas before you actually even send your squads in! Great array of weapons to choose from...
Thief: Deadly Shadows
Delivers on the dark feel, great dialogue, selectable 1st- and 3rd- person views. For the skulker in all of us.
High points: Selectable 1st- or 3rd-person views. Great dialogue between characters and a very engaging environment. Garrett has many available options (particularly equipment) to make the big steal. ...