Total of 165 user reviews spread across 165 releases
Fallout 3 was fun, gross and immersive all in one.
I think Bethesda learned a lot from their mistakes with Oblivion. In Fallout 3, they gave us a clever world, one you that want to explore. They gave you interesting sidequests, ones you want to comp...
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Oblivion was a bland experience from start to finish.
Granted, I wasn't a big fan of Mirrowind. I'm also not a huge fan of PC RPGs in general, but I like to give them a shot. I knew what to expect with Oblivion, but I stuck with it until the very end. ...
Arc Rise Fantasia
Arc Rise Fantasia was an addicting RPG with a fresh battle system.
I've played a ton of RPG's on the Wii (read my past reviews), and I still own a bunch I haven't even started yet or barely scratched the surface with (Muramasa, Chocobo's Dungeon, Shiren the Wanderer,...
Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood
Sonic Chronicles falls flat in every way possible.
Man, I don't even know where to begin with this game. I wasn't a huge fan of Sonic games growing up. I had a lot of fun with Sonic, but that was the jest of it. I don't quite get the Sonic universe...
Dragon Quest IV: Michibikareshi Monotachi
Dragon Quest IV is a solid RPG history lesson.
I played the original Dragon Warrior IV but it was a bunch of years ago and I only spent a couple hours on it. So I can't really compare this remake with the original to well. However, I must say, t...
Monster Hunter 3
Monster Hunter is addicting but it can be brutal.
I have never played a Monster Hunter game before in my life. I missed out on the PS2 game, and never owned a PSP to care. When it came to the Wii, I felt it was time to check it out. I've played Di...
Rune Factory Frontier
Rune Factory: Frontier was deep action rpg that requires a ton of grind.
I've been a fan of Harvest Moon games since the SNES, but I'll be honest, they haven't progressed enough for me to continue buying them. The Gamecube Harvest Moon was the last one I was excited for. ...
Magical Vacation: 5-tsu no Hoshi ga Narabu toki
Magical Starsign is a trite adventure.
Magical Starsign was complete agony for me to finish. The story wasn't interesting enough to push me forward. The battle system was so slow and boring I just wanted it to end early. The only reason...
No More Heroes
No More Heroes was full of style and substance.
No More Heroes was a blast from start to finish. There were real surprises, huge laughs, and gory fun. Hack and Slashers tend to bore me towards the end, but this one didn't and it's twice as long a...
Overlord: Dark Legend
Dark Legend had all the right elements to be a great game, but it just didn't click.
It's a shame. A dirty shame. I really loved the first Overlord. I was super excited for this game being announced for the Wii. Wii controls just seem like a perfect fit, and the graphical style wo...
Little King's Story is surprisingly deep with an amazing carrot on a stick quest system.
Little King's Story is not just one of the best Wii games I've played, it's one of the best current gen games I've played aswell. I loved exploring the world, collecting loot, fighting monsters. The ...
Albert Odyssey: Legend of Eldean
Albert Odyssey's crazy dialog makes it all worth it.
Albert Odyssey is a special game. Not because of the battle system. The battle system is really generic, and frankly, boring at times. The graphics aren't special. They're just 16-bit graphics red...
Beyond the Beyond
Beyond the Beyond was slow and agonizing.
Beyond the Beyond was one of the first PS1 games released for the system. I never played it back then, but I read alot about it. The biggest complaints I ever heard about this game is the random enc...
Castle Crashers is a super fun beat'em up with nice humor.
I was a big Alien Homnid fan back in the Gamecube days. So when I heard about Castle Crashers, I was pretty excited. I originally played this game last with in a local multiplayer setting. It's alm...
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years - Tsuki no Kikan
The After Years is a fun nostalgia trip, but with alot of problems on the way.
Final Fantasy II for the SNES is probably my favorite RPG experience as a kid. It was the first RPG I played with such a massive storyline, full of plot twists, and rememberable characters. So with ...
Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements
Dark Messiah was a buggy / ugly mess.
There really isn't much to say about Dark Messiah, so I'll keep this short. The game is ugly, the controls are clunky, the story was boring and the game was buggy. It's not worth your time or your m...
Mass Effect was a fun experience, bogged down by buggy graphics and weird gameplay decisions.
Ok, I need to get this off my chest. I was not a fan of Kotor at all. I didn't care for the sci-fi / Star Wars universe. I didn't like the combat. I felt the quest system was to hard to navigate ...
Zoids Assault was difficult, ugly and a waste of time.
I think I started Zoids Assault about 9 or 10 months ago. I looked up a guide to see how long of a game it was, and it seemed short, so I was expecting to blast through it and forget about it after a...
Fable II was a huge improvement over the original, but still has a few faults.
Overall, I enjoyed Fable II more so than the original. Most of the bugs were kinked out, the controls were fixed, the quests were better, etc. I just had more fun with this game. The map, while not...
Beowulf: The Game
Beowulf was a bland and somewhat forgettable beat'em up.
As I will mention many times in this review, I haven't seen the Beowulf movie and I have no interest in seeing it. I know a little bit about the Beowulf history but that's about it. With that said, ...
Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom
Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom was boring, generic and ugly. I wish I could forget I ever played this game.
This is my first Kingdom Under Fire game. I have the 2 Xbox releases just sitting on my shelve, waiting to be played, but I felt like playing this one first. From my understanding, the very first Ki...
My Sims Kingdoms was a fun, stylish and charming little game buuut.... a little repetitive.
I am not a fan of the Sims games for the PC at all. I just didn't get it, and I don't think I ever will. There was just to much micromanaging involved and I always felt rushed and overwhelmed. In...
Tales of Vesperia
Tales of Vesperia doesn't disappoint, and is easily the best RPG on the Xbox 360 so far.
As a huge fan of Tales of games, Vesperia hardly disappoints. It nails nearly everything I love about Tales games. Colorful graphics, likable characters, fun dialog, and fast combat. My only complai...
The Last Remnant
Last Remant had good sidequests, a decent story, but one of the most boring battle systems.
Last Remnant is a game I hard no expectations for, and little knowledge about. I honestly thought this game was a hack and slasher like Dynasty Warriors. When I jumped into the first battle, it felt...
Shadow Hearts: From the New World
Shadow Hearts: FTNW was a step down from Covenent, but still an ok RPG.
Shadow Hearts: FTNW was a pretty big disappointment. It wasn't a terrible or broken game, it just didn't live up to the previous standards of Shadow Hearts to me. I really enjoyed the first two game...
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
Metroid Prime 3 has perfect controls and fun gameplay. What more do you want?
This is the first Metroid Prime I actually beat. I got 2/3s of the way into the first Metroid Prime, I got the final boss in Metroid Prime 2, and I gave up after about 2 weeks with Metroid Prime Hunt...
Avatar: The Last Airbender -- The Burning Earth
Avatar: Burning Earth was an unoriginal, boring mess.
I will admit, I am not that familiar with the IP. I never watched the shows, and the only real experience I have with Avatar is the previous Wii game. I actually enjoyed the last Wii game. It was a...
Two Worlds was a bland experience and a technical mess.
Two Worlds is a technical fart. I think I would have enjoyed it much more if it wasn't for the ugly graphics, bland world, terrible controls, bad art, and just overall technical screw ups and glitche...
Spectral Force 3: Innocent Rage
Spectral Force 3 was an ugly game with bad controls, but the battle system was fun for a while.
Where do I start with Spectral Force 3? I'm not familiar with the series at all, since this is the first one to be released here. I'm not entirely impressed with this one though. The storyline is a...
Avatar: The Last Airbender
Avatar: The Last Airbender was shockingly good.
Avatar: The Last Airbender was actually a much better game than I expected. I knew it was a Dark Alliance-type game, but I didn't know it was soo similar. It's actually a deeper game in some regards...
Alien Syndrome had tight controls, but everything else was garbage.
I loved the Alien Syndrome for the arcade. I had the NES port back in the day, and played it to death with my sister. It was a fun top-down shooter where you save hostages from hordes of aliens and ...
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn was a solid follow up.
I like Fire Emblem games alot. They're not my favorite Strategy RPG series, but they're up there. In some ways, I like Radiant Dawn more than Path of Radiance. For one, the missions are bigger and ...
Ninety-Nine Nights was an inexcusable mess.
Ninety-Nine Nights is extremely repetitive hack and slasher. It doesn't offer anything new or exciting. I hated the art style, I hated the cutscenes and how interruption they were. The storyline bo...
Justice League Heroes
Justice League Heroes was a short, mindless button masher.
I'm honestly not a Justice League fan. I'm not a fan of comic books in general, and when I was a fan of comic books, I mostly read Marvel Universe stuff. DC comics always felt... old to me. So I'm ...
Infinite Undiscovery was a total borefest.
I really didn't want to jump on the hate-bandwagon for this game. I really didn't. I wanted this game to be good, I really did. That's why I bought it. However, it just didn't click with me. The...
Viking: Battle for Asgard
Viking was a really fun game, despite it being extremely repetitive and easy.
Viking: Battle for Asgard wasn't a bad game at all. I had quite a few problems with it though. I'll get those out of the way first. Viking was a repetitive game. The combat was button mashy, and...
Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors
Dragon Quest Swords needed more polish, but overall fun.
Dragon Quest Swords was a bit rough around the edges at times, but overall it was a nice game. I think it had a few very good ideas, but it just wasn't fleshed out enough. For example, I hated the m...
Lost Odyssey was not a Final Fantasy killer, but still loads of fun.
There are a ton of things that I loved about Lost Odyssey. The dungeons were fun and full of random puzzles. I love the collection aspect of the game, there are a ton of accessories, skills, spells,...
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is one of the best RPGs on the GBA.
I'm a hardcore Final Fantasy Tactics fan. I bought Final Fantasy Tactics for the PS1 the week it was released. When I heard about Final Fantasy Tactics Advanced, I was pretty excited. When I read a...
Kameo: Elements of Power
Kameo was a bit disappointing. Easy Puzzles, linear dungeons and weak combat doesn't help.
Kameo has alot in common with Star Fox Adventures. Well, for one, they're both Rare games. The other big connection is they were both in production with previous gen-systems and they were both relea...