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4.25 stars 4.25/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Surprisingly fun, but it's not worth your $60 0

The idea of a 50 Cent game is certainly cringe-worthy for most, especially those who aren’t fans of his music, and rightfully so. With 2005’s Bulletproof proving to be sub-par at best, Blood on the Sand didn’t exactly have very big shoes to fill, nor did many care about the title in the first place. Surprisingly though, BotS comes though in a number of unexpected ways and the game isn’t entirely broken.BotS starts with 50 and the rest of G-Unit finishing a concert in an unnamed Middle Eastern ci...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The best game in an already near-perfect series. 0

In 1998, Nintendo published The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on the Nintendo 64, to critical acclaim from critics and gamers alike, with many calling the game “perfect” and topping numerous lists as the number one game of all time. Since then, very few games have reached the level of praise that Ocarina of Time received. That same year, Konami released Metal Gear Solid, the third game in the Metal Gear series, for the Sony PlayStation to a similar reception, but not receiving the same perfec...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The best $10 you'll ever spend on your Xbox 360. 0

During the initial months of the release of the Xbox 360, Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved was considered to be the best launch Arcade title. It's addictive gameplay along with colorful, stunning High-Definition visuals made it a most-own. To this day, many still consider it to be one of the best Live Arcade titles, and one of the best $5 you'll ever spend on the system. So if the following is true and the first Geometry Wars is the best $5 you'll ever spend, then Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 is t...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Mario Kart Wii is more Mario Kart, no more, no less. 0

In 1992, the Mario Kart series was released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Since then, it has become one of Nintendo’s most popular series, along with Zelda, Metroid and the Mario series in general. The Kart series has made the racing genre much more accessible for everyone. Over the years, the series has been fine-tuned while still retaining its easy-to-pick-up play style. Now, with the introduction of the Wii and the motion-sensor controller, the Mario Kart series continues, and g...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.