User Reviews
Grid
List
5 (13)
4 (9)
3 (1)
2 (0)
1 (0)

4.52 stars 4.52/5 Stars Average score of 23 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Despite a long delay and the lack of multiplayer, Pandora Tomorro 0

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell was a surprise smash-hit that came out of nowhere. And the sequel definitely lives up to the original despite the lack of multiplayer. This time around, Sam Fisher has a wider selection of gadgets, visits more exotic locales, and has even more fearsome enemies to deal with! The story is about a guerrilla terrorist who wants to take over the world with smallpox bombs unless he gets a bunch of money and other stuff, so it's up to you to stop him. Pandora's graphics have ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

There isn't anything terribly unique about Call of Duty 3, nor an 0

Call of Duty 2 was a somewhat surprise hit during the Xbox 360 launch when everyone expected Perfect Dark Zero to dominate the launch sales. But a strong campaign and addictive multiplayer was what made Call of Duty 2 such a success. But after its launch, Infinity Ward wanted to spend an extra year on what would be Call of Duty 4 which is the reason Treyarch developed the third installment in the Call of Duty franchise. Unfortunately, there isn't anything that makes Call of Duty 3 a very origina...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Despite the fact that SC came out of nowhere. It's still one of t 0

To this day, I still don't know what got me into Splinter Cell. Was it the fact that I like spy stuff, or maybe the intriguing modern storyline? I don't know, but Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell is still one of my favorite action games. You play as splinter cell agent Sam Fisher, splinter cells are so secret that if they get killed, their files are erased and they end up looking like they practically never existed. The story involves the newly elected president of Georgia (the country, not the state)...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

While casual gamers will go nuts over this, the hardcore will be 0

Brain Age seemed like a really good idea at the time. An educational videogame that let you do simple brain exercises to keep your noggin thinking. And while it's fun for a few months, you'll end up not caring about it in the future. In Brain Age, you create a profile by giving some personal information, and then doing some brain exercises to determine your "brain age." (How old your brain really is compared to your own age.) You have a friendly Japanese doctor and college professor help you alo...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A surprisingly good rhythm game that doesn't require a dance pad 0

Boom Boom Rocket is a great example of a casual Xbox Live Arcade game that the hardcore can enjoy as well. The game's goal is simple-detonate the colored fireworks to the rhythm of the music. You got four different colored fireworks (green, red, blue, and yellow based off the 360's four face buttons.) that you blow up in various cycles and combinations with the songs rhythm. There are about 20 songs to play and most of them are decent. Many of them though are really just techno versions of class...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The best Xbox 360 launch title, bar none! 0

Let's accept the fact that WWII shooters are dead. But 2.5 years ago, there was a WWII game that was worth playing, and is still worth playing today. And that game is Call of Duty 2. The single-player campaign lets you see the war from three different perspectives- An American, British, and Russian soldier. While the campaigns all play out the same, the Russian campaign looks the nicest graphically with a great snow effects. The British campaign is the longest and features intense desert combat ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

With a short-but-sweet campaign, and incredible multiplayer, COD4 0

The WWII shooters thing has been truly overdone now, and Infinity Ward has picked up on that, which is why they decided to make Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare. Forget everything you know about Call of Duty, because you are now no longer fighter in war-torn Europe, but now the Middle East as well as Russia. The single-player campaign is relatively short, and takes around four to six hours to complete, assuming you've played shooters before. The missions are diverse and always feel new. You'll find...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Kart racing at its best! 0

Mario Kart has always been the king of the kart racing genre. Its always featured the creativity, speed, and overall addictive gameplay that sets it apart from all the other kart games that clearly rip it off. And the Nintendo ds addition to Mario Kart is nothing short of awesome! You get plenty of tracks new and old to play on. All your favorite characters (including one surprise), and to top it off - online multiplayer! Yes ladies and gentlemen, this is Mario Kart's finest installment. For a N...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

For someone who never played the original TF, I can still call th 0

Team Fortress was a multiplayer mod for Half-Life released back in 1998, and quickly became one of the most popular pc multiplayer games ever. And a few months after its success, a sequel was announced. But several problems and flukes got in its way, and ended up being delayed for nearly a decade, but now it's finally out, was definitly worth the wait to the hardcore TF fans. Most gamers probably forgot that Team Fortress was the first game to introduce "class-based" multiplayer. You have 9 clas...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Who says puzzle and first-person shooters don't mix? 0

Portal was a game announced at E3 06 and had everyone talking. The concept is very simple. You have a gun that shoots two, different-colored portals (orange and blue), and when you walk through one, you come out the other. You'll find yourself solving puzzles that range from elementary-grade simple, to bain dramageing. Your ultimate goal for completing each "test chamber" is getting to the exit. But don't expect it to be a walk in the park. You might need to activate a swich, carry a "weighted c...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

While the mutiplayer isn't as incredible as they promised, BF2 is 0

Who doesn't like the epic battles from Star Wars. The epic space fight above Corescant, the battle of Hoth, or even the battle of Endor. These epic fights hold a special place in every Star Wars fan's heart, and there's no better interactive way to enjoy these battles than Star Wars Battlefront 2! The game's idea is very simple, fight all of the greatest Star Wars battles any way you want. The original Battlefront did a good job at it, but there were some missing things that really hurt it. I ca...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

One of the best multiplayer console shooters every to land on ear 0

Wow, after downloading the BF2:MC demo and giving this game a try. I knew I had to get it. A long time back, I rented this game before I had Xbox Live, and thought it was okay, but of course, I didn't have access to multiplayer, so I was missing about 70% of the Battlefield 2 experience. But then when I got Xbox Live, this game became a huge part of my Xbox life. Lets get the single-player over with, since the multiplayer is what this game is about. There is a campaign which takes place in a fic...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Think you know Splinter Cell? Think again! 0

Boy, the Splinter Cell series has come a long way. It started as a more realistic version of Metal Gear Solid and wasn't even expected to do that well. And in Ubisoft Montreal's fear of the game being a bomb, they kept raising the quality bar until the game ended up being incredibly good. And 4 sequels later, the series is as strong as ever! Unlike the previous installments, Sam Fisher is no longer the "goodie-two-shoes" agent he was in the past titles, because now, he must be loyal to both the ...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

With touch-screen gameplay, great music, wacky graphics, and awes 0

Wow, games don't get any wackier than Warioware Touched. A game where you do random 5-second mini-games one after another. There are a bunch of characters which offer different styles of mini-games, such as scribbling or tapping. The game is very short, and can be beaten in a few hours, but those few hours are going to be loads of fun! You can also unlock a bunch of random stuff to play around with, which keeps the replay value going. With so much random fun going on, you will never want to put ...

0 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Despite its $15 price-point and the emphisis on expensive downloa 0

Ever since this game was unveiled at E3 06, Lumines Live was one of the most anticipated Live Arcade games of the year, mainly due to its popularity on the PSP. This game might sound nearly perfect as an arcade title, but like everything, nothing's perfect. First of all, the game costs 1,200 Microsoft Points, which is $15. Second of all, after you buy the game, you only have access to challenge mode. Yes that's right, ONE mode. After you complete challenge mode, which is about 10 skins, that's i...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

My most anticipated PSP game has finally arrived, and it was defi 0

I’ve been waiting for this psp game ever since it was announced back in December, when it was supposed to be launched alongside the console version. And after numerous delays, the game has finally arrived, and in the end, this game was definitely worth the wait. The psp version of Vegas is very different from its console brother. The single player puts you in control of a two-man Rainbow team known as team Armstrong. The squad is lead by Brian Armstrong, who you’ll be playing as most of the time...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

This game is underappreciated, but if you give it a try, you will 0

Ever since Geometry Wars revolutionized the Xbox Live Arcade, there's never been another true killer-app arcade game, until now. Assault Heroes could quite possibly be the biggest hit since geo-wars. The game puts you as the last surviving member of some special forces unit, devoting themselves to keep the world safe. The game doesn't have much of a story, but it does involve some top-secret evil corparation that's trying to take over the world, and your mission is to stop them dead in their tra...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

This game deserves way more than a 6.8! 0

Marble Blast Ultra is another simple XBLA game that is quite addictive. You pick a marble to play as, and then roll around different levels trying to get to the exit as quickly as possible, or picking up a bunch of gems to complete the level. From the very start of the game, you have every level available to you. The game has three difficulty levels to choose from. Each difficulty has a different set of levels to play. It's hard to say why this game is fun, but trust me, it is. After racking up ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

With this game pre-loaded onto memory cards. There is absolotuly 0

More than a year after launch, Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved is still one of the best XBLA games out there. The game is incredibly simple, you fly around a little space ship and kill anything else that moves. You use the left analog stick to move your spacecraft, and the right analog to shoot in any direction. You have 3 primary weapons which change depending on your score. You have a default slow-firing lazer which I personally call the "pea shooter," simply because it's so weak. Once you score ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

One of the most butt-kicking games on the planet! 0

A good movie game? Yeah right. No seriously, Goldeneye 007 is one of the best movie games of all time! Goldeneye is a fps for the N64 that has truly broken the bad movie game stereotype that most games are. The story involves some guy trying to destroy the world with a satellite, but the story isn't told well, since there are no (true) cut scenes. You spend the game in various locations completing objectives such as finding a key or something. But for some reason, it's still really fun. For a Ni...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A slick and stylish racing game. A perfect addition to any racing 0

As being a new person to the Need for Speed series. I can't say if this is the best or worst game in the series. But I can say this game is completely awesome! The story goes as yourself returning to your local city, only to find it overrun by different car gangs, split up by car type. And what you have to do is reclaim the city block-by-block for yourself. You start by picking your car class. Tuners, who have great handling, but poor speed. Muscles, who have great acceleration, but poor handlin...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A ds game that everyone should own! 0

Seriously, this is one of the best ds games ever made! EBA is a rhythm-action game that is easy to pick up, and IMPOSSIBLE to put down. You play the game as the Elite Beat Agents - a group of special agents who help people in distress. The game has about 10 different scenarios where you help people. These can range from helping a baby sitter with a bunch of unruly kids, to a guy stealing back the plans for a prototype car, to helping two Paris Hilton lookalikes survive on a stranded island. Each...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A pretty good FPS for anyone tired of Metroid Prime Hunters. 0

The FPS genre is one of the most ignored genres on the DS. But if you've played the hell out of Metroid Prime Hunters, GERA is another good game to get your FPS fix on the DS. In case you've never played the console version, Rouge Agent puts you in the shoes of Goldeneye, an MI6 agent who has been banished from the agency to due reckless brutality. The first mission lets you work for MI6, but after your expeled, you join Goldfinger who is involved in a gangwar with Dr. No. You spend the game bla...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.