Total of 18 user reviews spread across 18 releases
Halo 4 is a satisfying and entertaining shooter, even if it's not blazing trails unlike it's predecessors.
Back in 2007 Call of Duty 4 changed the landscape of the first person shooter and effectively threw a wrench in Halo's domination of the genre on consoles. It introduced exciting and interesting new g...
Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary
Theres something wrong when sixty dollars for ODST seems like a better deal in hind sight versus fourty for this
With the tenth anniversarry one of modern gaming's most important franchises it's no surprise that Microsoft would try to capitalise on it with a new Halo game release. While there's some obvious ways...
Gears of War 3
Better, longer campaign with a signicificantly better plot and a much improved multiplayer experience.
Well, Gears of War 3 is pretty much exactly what I expected. Better, longer campaign with a signicificantly better plot and a much improved multiplayer experience. This is probably my favorite shooter...
Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku
Dragon Ball Z's rough start in the gaming bussiness.
Dragon Ball Z The Legacy of Goku was the first Dragon Ball Z game to be released by Atari(and the first Dragon Ball game to be released in the US during the series run). But I'll explain to you why t...
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I
Ignoring the lack of originality in this game, the true problem here is the price
Sonic the Hedgehog 4 is about, unsurprisingly, the same type of gameplay the Genesis Sonic games were about. Side scrolling, hopping and collecting rings at fast pace. That said while this is fun and ...
Dead Rising 2: Case Zero
I'd say this is probably the most recommendable xbox live arcade game I've played yet.
I wasn't a huge fan of the original Dead Rising, but then again I hardly even played it. Still, with Case Zero only being five bucks I didn't see why I shouldn't give it a go. Like the original gam...
Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley
For those who don't mind running through some so so levels to enjoy some funny cut scenes, go for it, I guess.
Given how awesome the Twisted Pixel's previous game, 'Splosion Man, was it's kinda surprising just how dull Comic Jumper was in terms of gameplay. Comic Jumper is a pretty standard side scrolling s...
All things considered I'm pretty satisfied with Reach. Bungie has improved Halo in just about every way.
So like I do with every game I started with the campaign for Reach. One awesome thing you'll find about the campaign from the get go is that your customized Spartan will be the guy you play as in camp...
Crackdown 2's fun but disappointing. It plays and looks exactly the same and uses the same city as the original.
I was excited to hear of a sequel to Crackdown, the game bundled with the Halo 3 beta. But I wasn't too excited the sceen shots in the Gameinformer magazine showing off a game using the same engine th...
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
If you liked Call of Duty 4 or World at War and want more of the same then get Modern Warfare 2.
Lets face it, if you even having a passing interest in videogames and have an xbox 360 you've heard of Modern Warfare 2. It's the definition of a game that needs no introduction really, coming from t...
Halo 3: ODST
ODST has it's flaws. But at the end of the day it's a fun game and you could do alot worse than buying it.
Halo 3 ODST play much like Halo 3. More like Halo: Combat Evolved, actually. Gone is dual wielding and deployable equipment. Fall damage and the original health model are back. For those unfamili...
Gears of War 2
Better than the original. But the many glitches and the lack of variety in gametypes keep it from perfection.
Gears of War 2 is probably the most highly anticipated console game of the year. With that said there have been exceptionally high expectations for the game. But does it meet them? Gameplay wise ...
Not a fresh experience, but still a rather enjoyable one none the less.
Lost Odyssey plays much like your standard turn based rpgs. Combat is waged through menus, as you decide what attacks, items and skills you want to use or spells you want to cast. You've seen it all ...
Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II
A classic example in gaming history of How to make a sequel.
Dragon Ball Z the Legacy of Gokue II is a sequel that rights most of the wrongs it's predacessor made. Not only that but it stands as one of the very best games in the Dragon Ball Z franchise. Drago...
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Dust off your Wii, gamers. You finally have a legitimate reason to play it.
It's hard to beleive it's been over seven years since Melee made it's debut on the Nintendo Gamecube. Especialy to those who played it on a regular basis. And fortunately Brawl retains the qualities...
Mirror's Edge is a beautiful game that requires dedication similar to old school games to get the most out of it.
I have to admit it Mirror's Edge's art direction always had me interested. Sure the first person platforming gameplay was really interesting and proved to be potentialy fun from the demo, but the game...
Commanding Spartans is almost as fun as playing as them
Keep in mind that Halo Wars is the first rts I've ever played(go on, call me a noob), so my standards for the game were based on the same standards I have for all games. Be fun and give me reason to p...
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII
Quite possibly the greatest Final Fantasy game outside of the main series
It's easy to imagine Final Fantasy fans approaching Crisis Core, the prequel of what is arguably the best Final Fantasy game ever, Final Fantasy VII, with some scepticism. And you really can't blame ...