Total of 29 user reviews spread across 29 releases
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
Over the years the Call of Duty series has set the bar for immersive,
Modern Warfare 2 is by far the least traditional of the series, with the core package broken up into three main pillars of gameplay. Single-player fans have their main campaign, if you're down for mor...
Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor
The stand-alone expansion pack is a strange beast.
The shift is most evident in the game's three new multiplayer modes, all of which tend to emphasize cooperative action and a more narrow focus than the series has been known for. While it may initiall...
Company of Heroes
Any fans of fast-paced RTS titles will want to get out and grab a copy of Company of Heroes
A real-time strategy (RTS) game set in World War II, Company of Heroes brings to life -- in full cinematic detail -- the greatest war mankind has ever known. Gamers will experience the journey of the ...
Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts
That same fast-paced in your face style of play permeates Opposing Fronts and we're very glad to have it back.<br />
Opposing Fronts marches two new factions off to war both online and off: the slow moving but heavy handed British and zippy and elastic Panzer Elite. Both offer up some distinct differences between th...
Lock On: Air Combat Simulation
It's not for the casual player who just wants to hop into the seat and start downing bogies.
The conflict at the heart of Lock On takes place above and around the Black Sea. Based on precise satellite data, the maps here are fantastically detailed and offer a reasonable variety of geography. ...
<br /> <br /> The grenade launcher is your new best
Crysis Warhead is the videogame equivalent of a summer action movie, and while it's more action-heavy than its highly acclaimed predecessor, it still retains its brains. Like Crysis, Warhead is a sand...
Far Cry 2
far cry 2 reviev
The story doesn't carry over, the characters aren't the same, there's no mention at all of Jack Carver, there are no mutagens, no feral powers, and no Trigens. Instead, it's a struggle between warring...
Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers
Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers
takes the premise of the first game's two-team dynamic, deepens the controls, and offers a "full spectrum" of additional moves, abilities and modes. You can now command another team without having to ...
Full Spectrum Warrior
is a really good game
is a really good game. It's presented well, fun, looks good, sounds good, and has a good premise. Converting it from the Xbox to the PC didn't do too much to the gameplay. Aside from adding a couple o...
Close Combat: First to Fight
play it at moltiplaier.
is a flashy -- albeit transitory and imperfect -- new FPS from Atomic Games and Destineer Studios that pays respectful homage to U.S. Marines abroad. Developed with input from over 40 active-duty ...
You follows a US Special Forces group out of Nui Pek, a base just a few miles outside of the Cambodian border where a group of Special Forces were camped for incursions into enemy territory to deal wi...
Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome
bf 1942 the road to rome
Okay, with that all out of the way, Road to Rome supports up to 64 gamers (on select maps), playing as several infantry classes, controlling many weapons available to the Axis and Allies, and commandi...
Let me preface this article by first admitting that I was a Battlefield 1942 junkie. Several of us were. Back when it was released, we were actually taking time out of our weekends on Friday nights to...
ok is good
On the strength of the demo alone, anybody here at IGN would have to name Battlefield 1942 as one of the most enjoyable games we've played so far this year. Some of us would even say it's one of the m...
Battlefield 2142: Northern Strike
I'm sure there's some deep, underlying psychological explanation as to why I always play Support class in Battlefield games. Integral to the team effort Support may be, but he's basically a walking am...
is cold! ;)
While there have been grumblings about how DICE and EA have handled the franchise, there are already thousands and thousands of players competing across the frozen tundra of future earth in the newest...
Battlefield 2: Armored Fury
Armored Fury YA!!!!!!!!!!
Just a year after the release of Battlefield 2, EA is ready to release the second of their booster packs, Armored Fury. As the title suggests, Armored Fury puts an emphasis on tank combat but that doe...
Battlefield 2: Euro Force
new vehicles and weapons
In Battlefield 2: Euro Force, the European Army joins the Battlefield fray for the first time on PC. Complete with seven new weapons and four new vehicles, the European Army will be sent into battle a...
Battlefield 2: Special Forces
"Oi!" and "Cheers, mate!"<br />
Of the things that are inevitable, a Battlefield expansion ranks right up there with death, taxes and the end of the world. Thankfully, Special Forces is more fun than the others on the list, although...
The core Battlefield game is still the same: it's a first-person shooter with land, sea, and air vehicles where two teams compete over key points on the map. The action is fast-paced, and while realis...
Medal of Honor: Airborne
After a long line of disappointing games in the Medal of Honor franchise that just never could recapture the magic successes of Allied Assault, we finally get Medal of Honor: Airborne that combines hi...
It's amazing and cool
It was hard not to be completely impressed when the first images and videos of Crysis appeared about 18 months ago. Scenes of lush jungles and towering alien war machines looked light-years beyond wha...
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2
First off, thanks to Ubisoft and Grin for making a PC-specific version of Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2. Anyone who passed on the more forgiving, arcade-like focus of the Xbox 360's GRAW 2 will fi...
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter
It's hard and it cool
After basically inventing the tactical shooter genre, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six franchise branched out from its embassy-storming, silenced weapons, counter-terrorist roots to focus on more overt milita...
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Island Thunder
I play it too
Ghost Recon: Island Thunder isn't so much a sequel as it is a collection of new missions that didn't make it in the first game, tied together by a paper-thin plot. As such, many of that game's proble...
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Desert Siege
It was my 2 game
An expansion is almost never better than the game it's built on. Some are just quick attempts to cash in on the popularity of a license or materials left over from development. Others bring to the bas...
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon
It was my 1 game
Tom Clancy's franchise of highly realistic action games put a great spin on the classic shooter model. No longer were missions just a matter of staying one health point above your competition. The Rai...
World in Conflict (Collector's Edition)
The besd strategy game
When Whitesnake starts playing during World in Conflict's single player campaign, you'll realize that it is love that you're feeling. The love of a perfectly placed artillery barrage; of a city once w...
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
It's so Amazing<br />
They say war is hell. Infinity Ward's Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare takes you to the very depths of Hades. The long-awaited COD4, IW's follow-up to the excellent Call of Duty 2, is a jarring, intense...